Category Archives: Articles

Posted On: January 4, 2016

IT Minister KT Rama Rao Presentation on Brand Hyderabad

As part of the ‘Brand Hyderabad’ campaign, IT and Panchayat Raj Minister K T Rama Rao addressed the public at Shilparamam. Read more →

Posted On: November 28, 2015

The Last Bastion of Pluralistic and Welfare Society in India

It has become important for India that Telangana is successful in its endeavors so that other States emulate its values and ethos. Read more →

Posted On: June 24, 2015

Section 8: What is and What is not?

A primer on Section 8 Read more →

Posted On: June 21, 2015

How Fasalwadi Sayamma floored KTR

Sayamma was a special invitee to the periodic Video Conferences that Minister KT Rama Rao organizes with District Collectors. Read more →

Posted On: June 15, 2015

A key right from Telangana

Even as the Central government fights to create a business-friendly environment, the brand-new Telangana government led by K. Chandrashekar Rao has walked the talk by announcing a unique and highly welcome Right to Clearance policy. Read more →

Posted On: June 5, 2015

Pride of Telangana

Komaram Bheem A tribal leader of the Gond tribe from Adilabad was a revolutionary inspired by real life heroes. He did not go through any formal education but still became … Read more →

Posted On: March 23, 2015

Socio Economic Outlook 2015

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Posted On: March 18, 2015

Telangana CM is Indian of the Year

Telangana’s first Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has won the coveted Indian of the Year Award – an annual award given away by leading media house CNN-IBN. Read more →

Posted On: March 16, 2015

Dr Palla Rajeshwar Reddy – A Profile

Dr.Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, a leading higher educationist and public warrior activist from Telangana was born in a highly respected landed family in the eventful decade of 1960 in a village called Sodeshapally Read more →

Posted On: January 12, 2015

The Protector

Long back, there lived a farmer in a typical Indian village. Those times people used to have a very close association with nature and the profession of agriculture was looked upon with high regard. Read more →