MLA Gudem attends deitys installation

first_imgPatancheru: Legislator Gudem Mahipal Reddy, along with his family members, attended the installation of Goddess Nalla Pochamma idol in the temple at Sitaramayya Colony. He performed special poojas to the deity. Reddy had spent his own funds for re-building the shrine. Among the MLA’s family members present were his wife Yadamma, brother Gudem Madhusudhan Reddy, sister-in-law Kalpana. The temple officials honoured the Gudem family who have re-built it. Local residents and devotees thanked the legislator for re-building the temple.last_img

Two injured in California shooting

first_imgCALIFORNIA: At least two people suffered injuries in a shooting at a shopping mall in San Bruno city of California on Tuesday (local time), police said. “San Bruno had a shooting At Tanforan Mall in San Bruno. Police on scene. Please avoid the area,” tweeted South San Francisco police. According to CNN, there were two shooters in the mall who were either shooting at each other or someone else. Also Read – EAM Jaishankar calls on European Parliament President David Sassoli Advertise With Us The police have said that the situation is under control but advised people to stay out of the area.Hours after the incident, parking lots around the mall were made available for use. Shops in the mall, however, will remain closed for today. “The incident at Tanforan has been contained. Public safety personnel will be on scene for several hours. Please continue to stay out of the area. Vehicles parked in associated lots will be accessible in the next few hours. @ShopsAtTanforan anticipates reopening tomorrow at 10 AM,” tweeted the police. A witness has said that he heard about eight shots and saw at least two gunshot victims lying on the floor, reported Sputnik.last_img read more

Old age pensions scholarships distributed Walkers Yoga Club

first_imgRajamahendravaram: Walkers Yoga Club distributed scholarships and old age pensions at its meeting held at Ananda Gardens of SKVT College here on Friday. The club distributed Rs 1 lakh worth of scholarships to 20 students studying engineering, degree and Intermediate courses and old age pensions of Rs 350 each to 100 persons. Club founder president P Gopala Rao has said that the club is giving old age pensions as well as scholarships to poor students every year with the help of club members and others. Moreover, the club is actively participating in social service activities, he added.Vice-presidents M Appa Rao, A Madhu, treasurer S Rama Krishna and other members were present.last_img

Telangana Twoday assembly session to begin today

first_imgThe two-day legislative assembly session will begin today. The state legislators have decided to hold the session around 11 am to approve the new municipal bill drafted by the government. As the municipal and urban development authorities are under control of chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, he is likely to introduce the bill in the assembly. It is learned that session will be adjourned to tomorrow after the bill is presented. The government decided to accord one day time to the legislators to go through the bill welcoming suggestions and changes in the bill if necessary. On Friday, the assembly session will begin at 11 am and bill will be passed after holding discussions on it. Later the session will be adjourned.last_img

Four reservoirs come into ops in Outer Ring Road limits

first_imgHyderabad: Malla Reddy, Minister for Labour, Women and Child Development on Monday, inaugurated four reservoirs that have been built in Keesara mandal. The reservoirs have been constructed as part of provide drinking water to villages located within the Outer Ring Road (ORR) at a cost of Rs 748 crore.Minister started four reservoirs in Keesara mandal and with this, the total number of reserviors rose to 13 in Keesara mandal. Project director D Sridhar Babu, Project higher officials along with the concerned department officials were present.last_img

GHMC urged to cover manhole

first_imgBowenpally: The residents of Old Bowenpally are facing a lot of inconvenience due to an open manhole. The foul smell emanating from it is unbearable and also mosquito menace has increased in the area.Locals said that the manhole has been kept open for the past one week and no safety measures have been taken to close it. “There have been reports of many incidents of sanitation workers and people falling into manholes in the city. Yet, the authorities do not seem concerned to avert an impending danger,” said Yashwant Rao, a social worker and resident of Bowenpally.last_img

PDS rice seized

first_imgPatancheru: Two people named Nijamoddin and Sayyad were arrested and remanded in custody for transporting ration rice to other states. During surprise checks by revenue, vigilance and enforcement department at ORR junction at Muttangi in Patancheru.As much as 131 quintals of ration rice was seized while it was being transported in 2 DCM vans from Shamshabad to Karnataka. Local DSP Rajeswara Rao filed booked a case against them.last_img

Honda Drives New CRV to India for ₹1995 lakh PHOTOS

first_imgHonda Cars India Ltd on Tuesday showed off its fourth generation sports utility vehicle of its CR-V range in India. Honda Drives new CR-V to India for ₹ 19.95 lakhThe all new CR-V, which is cheaper by up to ₹2.7 lakh from its previous version, will be assembled at its Greater Noida facility in India for the first time. This time, Honda is not offering the SUV in diesel version. Honda Drives new CR-V to India for ₹ 19.95 lakhThe refreshed CR-V sports a new look and incorporates design changes in its headlamp, tail lamp and dashboard. The car houses the same engine of its predecessors, but now comes in four variants.The engine options of the car include 2.0 litre motor with 2-Wheel Drive (2WD) system and 2.4-litre iVTEC motor with 4- Wheel Drive (2WD) system. The 2.0 litre petrol engine is expected to give a mileage of 13.7 kilo metre per litre while the 2.4-litre model is expected to deliver a mileage of 12 kilo metre per litre.”With the launch of the new CR-V, we have again affirm our commitment to bring the latest from the global Honda portfolio to our customers. Over the past few years Honda has been working on developing new products for the Indian market. Some of these new models will come to the Indian market in the next few years starting with the new CR-V that offers more value to Indian customers,” said, Honda Car India President and CEO H Kanayama. Honda Drives new CR-V to India for ₹ 19.95 lakh Honda Drives new CR-V to India for ₹ 19.95 lakhThe car will be available in Silver Metallic, Taffeta White, Sparkling Brown Metallic, Carmelian Red Pearl, and Taffeta White colour options. It is expected to be pitted against other passenger car models like Toyota Fortuner, Mahindra SsangYong Rexton, Mitsubishi Outlander and Pajero Sport, and Ford Endeavour.Up until Honda’s latest release on Tuesday, the company’s cars were imported to India as completely built units (CBU) that levied high customs duty. The local assembling of the new CR-V is believed to have brought down the price of the new variant.The price List of new CR-V2 litre manual transmission: ₹19.95 lakh2 litre automatic transmission: ₹20.85 lakh2.4 litre automatic transmission: ₹22.4 lakh2.4 litre automatic with touchscreen: ₹ 23.85 lakhlast_img read more

Indian Shares Likely to See a Positive Day Fertilizers and Real Estate

first_imgIndian Shares are likely to see a positive day, after regional markets have witnessed a strong inflow of foreign funds.The BSE index opened at 25,632.28 points at 9.00 am this morning and has remained stable in the pre-opening time slot. It saw a rise of 76.74 points within minutes and has been clocking similar figures since.The index started its day of trading at 9.15 am with 25,572.91 points but immediately recorded a dip of 55.16 points. Though the index later rose to 25,552.04 points later, it has seen erratic ups and downs since.Currently the market is trading at 25,374.84 points, which is a fall of 205.37 points or 0.80 percent.The early morning gainers and losers are:Gainers: Symb            Last         Change        Chg %BHRK.BO      1.38          +0.23         +20.00ALBD.BO     174.00       +29.00       +20.00PANU.BO     11.64        +1.94         +20.00JTKI.BO        62.70       +10.45        +20.00RICO.BO      185.75      +30.95       +19.99Losers: Symb            Last         Change         Chg %MEDG.BO     34.45       -3.35               -8.86MHVR.BO     8.83          -0.85             -8.78SIGN.BO      275.10       -24.90           -8.30CAMF.BO      80.50       -6.80             -7.79AUST.BO       75.50      -5.35              -6.62Meanwhile on Monday, the BSE index surged a record high and gained 0.72 percent, closing at 25,580.21 points at the end of trading day.Foreign institutional investors continued to buy Indian shares and Friday totalled a purchase of ₹12.83 billion. Stocks of Coal India rose 5.8 percent and Larsen and Toubro continued to rise on hopes of beneficial economic reforms from the Modi government.”It’s a strong bull run what we are seeing now. Union budget would be the next key event, but that would not be more than a financial statement,” Jagannadham Thunuguntla, chief strategist at SMC Global Securities told Reuters.”What the market is expecting is a key decision making process and early signs show that the (government’s) direction is right. Unless something dramatic happens, the market is set for further upmove.”Shares in Bajaj Auto Ltd. gained 5.5 percent, recording the highest single day rise since August 2013.Real estate stocks rose with DLF Ltd closing at 3.5 percent higher and Unitech Ltd. gained 17.03 percent. Fertilizer stocks too continued to rally after it was reported that the price of urea would see a hike of about 10 percent.Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd. gained 5.5 percent, and Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd increased by 9.4 percent.However, after seeing a positive day on Friday, shares of ONGC dipped 2.7 percent as investors decided to take profit. On Friday, ONGC shares had gained 12 percent.last_img read more

Asia markets keep watch on Greece deal

first_imgAsia markets keep watch on Greece deal721 viewsAsia markets keep watch on Greece deal721 views00:00 / 00:00- 00:00:0000:00Asia markets keep watch on Greece deal721 viewsBusinessAsian markets setting the tone for an unpredictable start to the trading week. Investors around the world keeping an eye on Greece and the European Union’s latest agreement to give Athens aVentuno Web Player 4.50Asian markets setting the tone for an unpredictable start to the trading week. Investors around the world keeping an eye on Greece and the European Union’s latest agreement to give Athens alast_img