The Telangana government has decided to increase the reservation quota of its socially and economically backward Muslim population and Scheduled tribes.
A Cabinet meeting chaired by PM Narendra Modi approved the signing of an agreement for the establishment of Centre on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific in Hyderabad.
ESI services cover around 48 lakh beneficiaries through 12 lakh insured persons in Telangana.
Rs 605 crore proposed for the KCR Kit Scheme. Under the scheme, kits consisting of 16 essential things needed for a new born baby will be distributed.
The CSI-Nihilent e-Gov awards 2017 recognised Rajasthan and Telangana as the ‘Winners of the Excellence’ under the state category.
As per the announcement, the army personnel living in the State will get 2 per cent reservation in the 2 bedroom housing scheme.
These additional resources from the Central Government would enable the State to devise and implement schemes best suited for mitigation of backwardness and alleviation of poverty.
Telangana, which came into existence on 2 June 2014 as the 29th State of India, started out with 10 districts.
As per the MoU, the ISRO’s Development & Educational Communication Unit (DECU) will work with the state government to disseminate educational content using satellite technology.
Features like separate waiting rooms for children and a video camera trial for the accused will be available. The child (witness/victim) will be allowed direct interaction with the judge.
Creation of new districts was proposed by the State Government in order to minimise the hassle for people in commuting to the district headquarters and to enhance the efficiency of the administration.
Mission Bhagiratha is Telangana Water Grid Project intended to provide a sustainable and permanent solution to the drinking water woes. It is a pet project taken up at an outlay of 42000 crore rupees.
Telangana Irrigation Department signed a MoU with Indian Space Research Organisation for setting up Telangana Water Resources Information System (TWRIS).
The two-week long Haritha Haram programme aims at planting 46 crore plants, including 25 lakh in Hyderabad, to improve green belt in the state.
The state government intends to facilitate setting up of the most modern facilities along with all necessary where withal in an integrated manner along with maintaining the leader status in the sector.
Under the MoU, the Eclat will invest 15 million US dollars in Tier II cities of Telangana.
The policy seeks to double the value of current 68232 crore rupees IT exports in Telangana in 5 years.
She will be the first woman legislator to be appointed for the post in India.
The app will help the user to download digital copies of documents like driving licence and registration certificate and they could be produced before the police and RTA authorities when demanded.
The unit was commissioned at the upcoming 2x600 MW Singareni Thermal Power Project (TPP) located at Jaipur in Adilabad district of Telangana.
The training centre that will come up at the Begumpet Airport in Hyderabad will train around 1000 students a year in aviation and aerospace sectors.
The budget was built on the vision of Bangaru (Golden) Telangana. For this purpose, an outlay of 130415 crore rupees were proposed out of which more than 50 percent will be planned expenditure.
As per the MoUs, an inter-state water board will be formed to oversee implementation of previously agreed and future inter-state river projects on Godavari and its tributary Penganga.
The EESL will supply these bulbs to illuminate 12 lakh households in 25 municipalities.
The MoU was signed in the backdrop of Railway Minister’s Budget announcement regarding setting up of Joint Ventures with States for focused project development, resource mobilization, land acquisition, project implementation and monitoring of critical rail projects.
Amaravati and Warangal are among the 12 cities included in the Heritage Development and Augmentation Yojana (HRIDAY) for improving the social, cultural and economic ecosystems.
The decision was taken to help the state which declared 231 mandals as drought-hit in November 2015.
To introduce compulsory gender education at the graduate level, the state in second week of January 2016 introduced a bilingual textbook titled, Towards a World of Equals.
It is the first major plant to be commissioned after the formation of the state in June 2014.
With the launch of this scheme, Telangana became the first state in the country to issue motor insurance policy in digital form.