31.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA Tamilisai Soundararajan is new Telangana governor   President Ramnath Kovind has appointed BJP’s Tamil Nadu state president Tamilisai Soundararajan as the new governor of Telangana. She will replace ESL Narsimhan, who has served as governor of united Andhra Pradesh for almost a decade and another two years as governor of Chattisgarh. He has created history as the longest serving governor of … Read more

30.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA Union govt approves funds for 2,000 km of roads in Telangana   In a major boost to the Telangana government’s plans of improving road connectivity to the villages in tribal areas, the Centre has given an in principle approval to fund the development of over 2,000 kilometres of accumulated length of rural roads in Telangana. These funds … Read more

29.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA ·         Andhra Pradesh traders may apply for liquor licence in Telangana   ð  The coming auction for liquor shops in Nalgonda and Khammam districts, which share border with Andhra Pradesh, is expected to see many enthusiast traders from the neighbouring state applying for a licence.   ð  The licence period for liquor shops in Telangana will end … Read more

28.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA Government to auction land to fund irrigation projects   The Telangana government will auction government land in Hyderabad, the proceeds of which will be utilised to complete irrigation projects such as the Palamuru-Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Project (PRILP). It may be recalled that the plans are afoot to auction 200 acres of government land of the total 630 … Read more

27.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA Real estate saved state from deeper economic crisis: Planning panel VC   Planning Board vice-chairman B Vinod Kumar said stability in real estate sector was a huge relief despite recession affecting every sector in Telangana and its growth rate. This healthy trend in real estate without negative growth helped the state maintain a status quo in ensuring receipts from … Read more

24.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA T-Angel launched, to connect startups and investors   In a bid to strengthen the angel investor ecosystem in Hyderabad, state government’s startup incubator T-Hub along with Bengaluru-based startup investment platform, LetsVenture, announced the launch of T-Angel. This will engage with relevant startups on one hand and investors on the other to understand their requirements and help them connect. Startups … Read more

25-26.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA ·         Telangana’s panchayats in Rs 2,500 crore power debt, seek govt aid   ð  Gram panchayats ran up Rs 2,500 crore in arrears towards power consumption and now want the state government to bail them out. Though the yearly electricity bill of around 12,700 panchayats is between Rs 350 crore to Rs 400 crore and some of them have … Read more

23.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA 460 villages, 2 towns in Telangana go missing   The missing villages have been identified by the Union ministry of home affairs and Directorate of Census for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh during the pre-Census exercise. Sources said the Centre and the directorate came across this discrepancy when they were going through the 2011 Census data. These … Read more

22.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA ·         Telangana scores a first in India, launches e-token for passport seekers ð  Telangana is the first state in India to launch ‘e-Token’ system for passport applicants. On a pilot project, the e-Token system was experimented at Ameerpet PSK. Following its success, the regional passport office (RPO), which has four PSKs and 23 post … Read more

21.08.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA Telangana’s panchayats in Rs 2,500 crore power debt, seek govt aid   Gram panchayats ran up Rs 2,500 crore in arrears towards power consumption and now want the state government to bail them out. Though the yearly electricity bill of around 12,700 panchayats is between Rs 350 crore to Rs 400 crore and some of them have been partially … Read more

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