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telangana news CM remembers Nawab Ali Nawaz Jung Bahadur

Hyderabad, July.10 (PMI): Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has said the people will never forget the great services rendered by legendary engineer of Telangana late Nawab Ali Nawaz Jung Bahadur.
Remembering Nawab Jung on the occasion of his birth anniversary on July 11, the Chief Minister said it is a proud moment to observe the day as Telangana Engineers Day.
Glamour Expo opens
Hyderabad, July.10 (PMI): Glamour Exhibition, an exhibition of creations 52 designers from across the country is being held at Taj Deccan from 10 am to 8 pm on Monday and Tuesday. Organizers Sravya Reddy and Swapna Paidisetty said the mega event was being held for the first time in the city.
            Glamour Exhibition is an amazing collection and one has to choose from in designer wear, jewellery, accessories and home decor. The cast of runaway Telugu film hit ‘Rendu Rellu Aaru’ are present. Lead actors Anil Kumar and Aishwarya have added to the glamour quotient. The exhibitors have come from Kolkata, Mumbai, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Jaipur, Manipur and so on besides creative designers from Telangana State. (PMI)

Koil Alwar Tirumanjanam in Srivari temple today
Tirumala, July.10 (PMI): As part of annual Anivara Asthanam on July 16, Koil Alwar Tirumanjanam will be performed in the Tirumala temple on July 11. The TTD has cancelled Astadala Pada Padmaradhana in view of the festival.
The temple cleansing ritual with aromatic ingredients will commence at 6am on Tuesday and last for over four hours. A special mixture made of camphor, sandal paste, saffron, turmeric Kicchili gadda (a root vegetable) and so on is smeared in the entire Garbha Griham, including floors, ceiling and walls, sub-shrines inside the sanctum and the puja articles are cleaned with water.
The presiding deity will be covered with a white veil till the entire process of cleansing is completed. After this, the veil on the main deity is removed and the other articles are replaced inside. Special pujas and Naivedyam are offered to the Srivaru. The ceremony is performed strictly as per agamas and is conducted four times a year before Ugadi, Anivara Asthanam, Vaikunta Ekadasi and Annual Brahmotsavams. Only the temple employees take part in the cleansing ritual. The pilgrims are allowed for darshan after 12 noon onwards on Tuesday. (PMI)

Family of five commits suicide after being branded as witches
Huzurabad, July.10 (PMI): A family of five – a couple and their three girl children — committed suicide after they were branded as sorcerers by the villagers. The bizarre incident occurred at Kandugula village under Huzurabad mandal of Karimnagar district on Monday.
Police said the victims were identified as Ganta Komuraiah, 36, Komuramma, 34 their children Yellamma, 10, Komaravva, 8 and Anjamma, 6. Deeply hurt over the mental torture caused by the fellow villagers, the couple belonging to Ganreddula community, first hanged their three children and later committed suicide in similar manner.
Komaraiah visited his in-laws house in Kondapur village under Chigurumamidi mandal in the district, where the residents of Kondapur accused the couple of practicing sorcery. Some of the villagers had even physically attacked Komuraiah and Komuramma. Dejected by the way they were treated, Komuraiah along with his family returned to Kandugula village and decided to end their lives. The couple first strangled their children to death and later committed suicide by hanging from a ceiling fan. The bodies were shifted to the government hospital for autopsy. The police registered a case and launched investigation.
Finance Minister Etela Rajender visited the government hospital and inspected the five bodies. Condemning the incident, he said stern action would be taken against those responsible for the family’s suicide pact. He also directed the officials to bring about awareness among the people in the rural areas about rational thinking and asked the people not to believe in superstitions like witchcraft. (PMI)

US cancer experts team visits BIACH&RI
Hyderabad, July.10 (PMI): A team of National Cancer Institute, USA, led by Dr Edward Trimble, Director, Center for Global Health (CGH), National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, visited Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital & Research Insitute at Banjara Hills here on Monday and discussed about cancer collaborations, scientific communication and public engagement and other areas of mutual interest.
The visitors — Dr Edward Trimble, Director, Center for Global Health (CGH), NCI; Dr Preetha Rajaraman, South Asia Program Director, CGH, NCI; Douglas Perrin, Consultant for Policy and Programs, CGH, NCI; Kellie Mullen, Global Media and Presentation Coach; Dr. Vid Nukala, Senior Advisor, Office of Global Affairs (OGA), HHS — interacted with Management and Doctors of BIACH&RI. They also visited various facilities in the BIACH&RI.
On the occasion, BIACH&RI members felicitated the visitors. Later, interacting with the media, Dr Edward Trimble has revealed that they are looking forward to have a tie-up with Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital in India. While stressing the need to undertake joint research projects to understand country’s specific patterns of cancer and its spread among the population.
            Dr TS Rao, BIACH&RI Medical Director, hoped that joint research will enable to fine tune treatment methods and options to suit a condition that exists in a country. He also stressed upon in understanding local conditions, behavioral patterns of disease before adopting something that is discovered in other nations.
Dr RV Prabhakar Rao, CEO, BIACH&RI; Dr TS Rao, Medical Director, BIACH&RI; B Krishna Murthy, COO, BIACH&RI; Dr Ch Satyanarayana, MS, BIACH&RI; Dr Kalpana Raghunath, MS (A&A), BIACH&RI along with other doctors, staff members were present. (PMI)

CPI wants govt to stop middlemen looting farmers
Hyderabad, July.10 (PMI): Demanding the state government to control middle men looting of farmers, CPI has alleged that the prices of vegetables and pulses were skyrocketing in the market.
In note, CPI state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy has said that the consumer was purchasing tomato at the price of Rs.80 but the same salesman purchasing tomato at the price of Rs.20 per kilo from the farmer. He opined that the farmers were committing suicides due to lack of uniform agriculture policy across the nation. He alleged that the governments were shedding crocodile tears instead of extending help to the farmers. The governments were not in a position to control the lootings in the markets.
The farmers were facing atrocious situation in the markets. Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who say that their governments were pro-farmer, were not taking any relief steps in regard to farmers. He alleged that the Market Committees were confined to loot the farmers instead of extending help to the farmers. (PMI)

CPI wants govt to stop middlemen looting farmers
Hyderabad, July.10 (PMI): Demanding the state government to control middle men looting of farmers, CPI has alleged that the prices of vegetables and pulses were skyrocketing in the market.
In note, CPI state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy has said that the consumer was purchasing tomato at the price of Rs.80 but the same salesman purchasing tomato at the price of Rs.20 per kilo from the farmer. He opined that the farmers were committing suicides due to lack of uniform agriculture policy across the nation. He alleged that the governments were shedding crocodile tears instead of extending help to the farmers. The governments were not in a position to control the lootings in the markets.
The farmers were facing atrocious situation in the markets. Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who say that their governments were pro-farmer, were not taking any relief steps in regard to farmers. He alleged that the Market Committees were confined to loot the farmers instead of extending help to the farmers. (PMI)

Govt urged to send doctors to Agency areas to protect lives of tribals
Hyderabad, July.10 (PMI): The Telangana Samajika Prajasanghala United Forum has demanded that the State government send doctors’ teams to the Agency areas in the State as tribal people were dying due to viral fevers.
The United Forum met on Sunday at Sundaraiah Vignana Kendram under the presidentship of Gaddar. The meeting decided to conduct district-level meetings till August end and conduct mandal-level meetings till September end and appoint committees. The meeting also decided to unite the Samajika Praja sangams to make them to participate district and mandal meetings. The meeting also decided to set up cultural troupes to take the voice of the forum to the people.
The meeting also demanded that the State government control the drugs supply to the schools in Hyderabad. The meeting condemned the closure of the government schools in the name of rationalisation. The government has to open the schools closed immediately. The government has to take up campaign to increase the number of the students in such schools. The government has to punish persons, who behaved arrogantly with caste feeling, severely.
            Steering Committee members Vimalakka, Telangana Intellectuals Forum convenor PL Vishweswar Rao, Prof Prabanjan Yadav, Kola Janardhan, B Kotya Naik, CN Yadagiri, Pailla Aashaiah, Kille Gopal and John Wesley participated in the meeting. (PMI)

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