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Don’t try to make Sabarimala a Thailand: Devaswom Board Chairman

The  Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) president Prayar Gopalakrishnan stirred a controversy by saying that Sabarimala will turn into yet another Thailand if the women are allowed inside the temple. Reacting to the Supreme Court’s decision to refer the matter to its Constitution bench yesterday, Gopalakri
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Yogi Govt To Erect Lord Rama’s Tallest Statue In Ayodhya

The Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government is all set to erect a 100-meter tall grand statue of Lord Rama on the banks of Saryu river in Ayodhya. It is learnt that the state government has proposed this in its report 'Navya Ayodhya' reportedly submitted to the Governor Ram Naik. The idea was part of th
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Suddala, Jayaraj To Be Honoured On Independence Day

Although it's' bit delayed, the State government has finally decided to acknowledge and honour the three legendary literary personalities on the occasion of independence day. The popular lyricists of Telangana Suddala Ashok Teja and the popular folk singer Jayaraj were chosen to be honoured along with a
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CM to inaugurate World Telugu Conference on State Formation Day

Hyderabad: Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao wanted the proposed World Telugu Conference should highlight the work and role played by Telangana in the development and growth of Telugu language and literature. He instructed the organising committee members at a meeting held in Pragathi Bhavan here today
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TS to hold World Telugu Conference in city from June 2 to 10

Hyderabad: Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao has decided to organise World Telugu Conference from June 2 to 10 in city. The event is to be organised coinciding with the State’s formation day celebrations. This proposed conference and celebrations would be held under the supervision of the newly formed T
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Mahatma Basaveshwara’s 883rd Jayanthi celebrations held in city

Hyderabad; Speakers at the 883rd birth anniversary celebrations of 12th-century social reformer Mahatma Basaveshwara, recollected the yeoman services rendered by him to the society at a meeting held here in city today. Organised by the TS government, the much awaited celebration was inaugurated jointly
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Balaji gets 4 crore demonetised notes as offerings

Hyderabad: The famous hill shrine of Lord Venkateswara in Tirumala is caught in a piquant situation as he received over Rs four crore in demonetised 500 and 1,000 rupee notes from devotees in his 'hundi' during the last two months after expiry of the deadline for their exchange.  The temple administrati
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Ramappa temple nominated for World Heritage site with UNESCO

Hyderabad: A good news to cheer up for the Telangana in general and to the people of Warangal in particular as the famous historic Ramappa Temple has been nominated with the UNESCO as the World Heritage site by the Government of India.  In a press note issued here today, the Minister for Tourism and Cul
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Jammu Kashmir Cultural Festival in city from tomorrow

Hyderabad: The Telangana State government, for the first time in the country, is hosting a 3-day Jammu and Kashmir Cultural Festival beginning Sunday February 5 in the city. Revealing this to the Media here today, the Director of Culture Dr Mamidi Harikrishna said that the JK festival is being organised
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Mittal orders to make available Yadadri Master Plan by Saturday

Hyderabad: The Secretary Municipal Administration Navin Mittal said that the Government plans to develop Yadagirigutta Temple into a major spiritual centre. Presiding over the executive committee meeting of the Yadagirigutta Temple Development Authority held at Secretariat today, Mittal reviewed the pro
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15 unsung heroes among 89 get Padma awards

New Delhi: The Padma Awards panel this time sprang a surprise by granting Padma awards to at least 15 unsung heroes along with other awardees, which included politicians, sports personalities, and those who have made their mark in fields like art, social work, public affairs, science and engineering, tr
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3 die as Jallikattu held in several parts of Tamilnadu

From V.Pandian Chennai/Madurai: Three persons died, two during Jallikattu in Pudukottai another at Madurai, as the bull taming sport was today conducted in various parts of Tamil Nadu amid protests which forced chief Minister O Panneerselvam to leave for Chennai without inaugurating it.  Police said two
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TS to set up Brahmin Welfare Society to utilise 100 crore fund

Hyderabad: Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao on Friday has instructed for the setting up of a Brahmin Society for the Welfare of the poor in the State. Since a land is allotted for the construction of Brahmin Sadan, works should start on the Bhavan activities, the CM said. He was reviewing the progress
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