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Rains keep Temperature down in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Though monsoon appears to be two weeks away officially, people in the city woke up to a pleasant morning on Thursday after rains lashed the city on Wednesday night, which led to the day temperatures falling sharply.

According to the India Meteorological Department, Hyderabad, the day temperature on Thursday was 31.6 degrees Celsius, a seven-degree drop from the normal temperature this time of the season. Even the minimum temperature dropped by three degrees last night to settle at 23.1 degrees Celsius. According to the Telangana State Development Planning Society, during the last 24 hours, the highest rainfall of 34.7 mm was recorded at Ramachandrapuram while the maximum temperature of 35.7 degrees Celsius was recorded at Hayathnagar.

On the other hand, with the monsoon advancing into the South Arabian Sea, Lakshadweep area, south Kerala and south Tamil Nadu, Telangana was expected to get monsoon rains in another two weeks.
According to Dr K Nagaratna, Director, IMD, Hyderabad, the monsoon was expected to hit the State in the second week of June.

“And the rains then will be normal. The northeastern and northern parts of Telangana are likely to receive excess rainfall. The other parts will witness below to normal rainfall this year,” she said. Talking about the present weather conditions, she said the rains were due to a north-south trough running from Telangana to south Tamil Nadu. “There is also a cyclonic circulation over south Chhattisgarh and neighbouring States. We will see light to moderate rains in the city due to the same,” she added.

The IMD has also issued a thunderstorm warning for several districts of Telangana. As per the warning, thunderstorms accompanied with lightning, gusty winds between 30 and 40 kmph, and hailstorm were very likely to occur in districts including Bhadradri Kothagudem, Khammam, Warangal (Rural), Warangal (Urban), Wanaparthy and Rangareddy with heavy to very heavy rains for the next four days.
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Preparations for major changes in Telangana administration

Chief Minister’s consultation with officials, anticipation of change of several Seoul service officials
Hyderabad: Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao has started preparations for a major change in governance. Last year, the last change of administration was the transfer of 50 officials. Now that the state election process has been completed, the Chief Minister wants to form his team with a view to winning the December 2023 Assembly elections to ensure effective implementation of government schemes. The appointment of Somesh Kumar to the post of Chief Secretary without seniority has angered IAS officials. There are many officials who are many years older than Somesh Kumar but the Chief Minister ignored the seniority and promoted Somesh Kumar to the post of Chief Secretary. According to reliable sources, the Chief Minister may try to quell the resentment by appointing angry officials to key positions through a change in governance. After the budget meeting in March, the chief minister had decided to transfer IAS and IPS officials, but the decision was postponed due to the gravity of the situation in Corona and the local body elections in April. The chief minister is said to be dissatisfied with the performance of some officials. Such officials will be given unimportant postings. It is learned that Commissioner GHMCDS Lokesh Kumar will be replaced by another official as several complaints have been received from public representatives about Lokesh Kumar’s performance in recent times. Since KT Rama Rao is the Minister for Municipal Administration, a dynamic official can be appointed to better assist him. It is learned that last year, several complaints were lodged against Lokesh Kumar in connection with the relief work among the flood victims. KT Rama Rao directed all the zonal commissioners to launch a massive spraying campaign in the city during the Corona epidemic. Sources said that changes will also be made in the departments of Agriculture, Electricity, Irrigation and Seoul Supplies. The government is also looking for a senior official for the education department as Special Chief Secretary Chitra Ramachandran retired on April 30 on a stipend and Sandeep Kumar Sultaniya was given extra responsibility. A young IAS officer may be appointed to the post of Commissioner in HMDA. Chief Secretary Sumesh Kumar oversees key departments such as Land Revenue, Stamp and Registration, Excise and Commercial Taxes. As the Chief Minister has focused on the said departments, Sumesh Kumar may be removed from additional responsibilities and other officials may be appointed. The posts of District Collectors for Bhopal Pali, Kata Goram, Malkajgiri and Adilabad are vacant. The government can make drastic changes in the posts of collectors. In addition, changes are expected in the positions of Police Commissioners and Superintendents of Police.


YS Sharmila’s ‘YSR Telangana Party’ seekc EC nod

HYDERABAD: The proposed political outfit of YS Sharmila, sister of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, will be named ‘YSR Telangana Party’. As president of the party, Vaduka Rajagopal filed an application with the Election Commission of India (ECI), seeking its registration.

According to an ECI notification, the last date for filing objections, if any, to the registration of the YSR Telangana Party is June 16, 2021. YS Vijayamma, honorary president of the YSR Congress Party, has already informed the Commission that she has no objection.

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Imran Pratap Garhi has been made the head of the minority wing of the Congress.

New Delhi: Congress has appointed poet Imran Pratap Garhi as the head of the party’s minority wing. According to a statement issued by the party’s general secretary KC Venugopal on Thursday, Congress president Sonia Gandhi has appointed Imran Pratap Garhi as president. Pratap Garhi has replaced Nadeem Javed. Imran Pratap Garhi is a poet by profession and has also played the role of a star campaigner for the Congress in the last several elections. In the last Lok Sabha elections, he contested from Muradabad on a Congress ticket even though he was defeated. However, a large section of Muslims do not welcome this decision of the Congress. People believe that even though Imran Pratap Turban gathers crowds of people because of his ability as a poet and singer, but he does not have enough political consciousness to represent the Muslims of the whole country. It is also believed that the BJP has been more cautious than the Congress in electing the head of the minority sector. It has appointed a scholar and Mufti Abdul Wahab Qasmi as the vice-president of the minority sector. He has been associated with the BJP for a long time and has a long political experience. Has been accepted.

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Heavy rains lash many parts of Telangana

Hyderabad, June 3 With the onset of Southwest monsoon on the Kerala coast, heavy rains lashed several parts of Telangana since early hours of Thursday, met officials said.

Many districts received rains with lightening and gusty winds, inundating low-lying areas and damaging paddy kept in paddy procurement centres at several places.

Narayanpet, Jogulamna Gadwal, Wanaparthy, Nagarkurnool, Mahabubnagar, Vikarabad, Sangareddy, Nalgonda, Khammam, Rangareddy, Hyderabad, Medchal Malkajgiri and other districts received the rains.

Hyderabad Meteorological Centre has forecast light to moderate thunderstorm/rain with lightening and gusty winds with speed 30 km per hour or more in several districts.
Rains submerged roads and also disrupted electricity supply at some places. Farmers who had stored paddy at procurement centres set up by the authorities were worried over the losses.

Rain water also flooded the premises of Yadadri temple, affecting Suprabhatha seva early Thursday morning.

According to Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS), Bejgao in Siddipet received very heavy rainfall of 122.8 mm since 08.30 am on Wednesday to 6 a.m. on Thursday.

Pothareddipet in Siddipet recorded 112 mm rainfall followed by 105 in Thipparam in the same district, 92.8 mm in Garidepalle in Suryapet and 92 mm in Mahabubnagar.

Parts of Medak, Nalgonda, Nagarkurnool, Karimnagar, Warangal Rural, Narayanpet and Sangareddy received 68.5 to 86 mm rainfall.

In Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), Kaktaiya Hills Madhapur recorded highest rainfall of 50.3 mm, followed by 46.5 mm in Khajaguda Sports Complex Gachibowli, 42 mm at PJR Stadium, Chandanagar.

Meanwhile, Hyderabad Meteorological Centre has forecast rains in several parts of Telangana till June 6. It forecast thunderstorm accompanied with lightening and gusty winds (30-40 km) at isolated places in all districts on Thursday.

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What the police did was good! Girl prostitute and boy vagrant: Mumtaz Ahmad Khan

Hyderabad. While there is public outrage over the police operation in the old city area, on the other hand, the police have the full support of the elected representatives. Following the Mughalpura incident, various comments and audio call recordings have been circulating on social media about the police action and measures, in which the audio recording of Assembly member Mumtaz Ahmad Khan has become a topic of discussion in which he justified the Mughalpura police action. He declared the arrested Muslim youths as vagrants. The burqa-clad girl who was hanging out with a Hindu Bihari boy was described as immoral and obscene. Audio recordings on the scene have spread like wildfire in the old city. In it, the person who spoke to Mumtaz Khan pulled him well. When Mumtaz Khan asked him to come home and talk face to face, the boy told him that he would come home if he asked for votes but he would ask me to come home to explain the problem. Mumtaz Khan got angry at the caller and threatened to reach home after finding the number and said that he has lived in this area all his life and I know who he is. The caller scolded Mumtaz Ahmad Khan for hitting him with a slipper and said that he did not know how to speak. The virality of this exciting audio call recording has caused a stir in the old city. Caller asked for some help and support and said that why not come forward in any matter while being a Muslim representative? It is interesting to note here that such an audio call recording came to light which is said to be of Mughalpura Inspector and Corporator in which the female Corporator condemned the police atrocities on Muslim youth and spoke in support of them. Of However, the separate stance of a corporator and a member of the Assembly belonging to the same party has caused concern and uneasiness among the people of the old city who are very much disturbed by the alleged atrocities of the police these days.
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For The Convenient Of Public Kukatpally Police Arranged Separate Lane’s for 2 Wheeler, 3 and 4 Wheelers And Ambulance.

For The Convenient Of Public Kukatpally Police Arranged Separate Lane’s for 2 Wheeler, 3 and 4 Wheelers And Ambulance.

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Doctors’ anger against Ramdev is growing: demand for arrest?

Ramdev’s comments about doctors and the allopathic system are getting longer. In this regard, the President of the Haryana Branch of the Indian Medical Association (IMA), Dr. Karan Poonia, while demanding the arrest of Ramdev, also announced that all the doctors of the state would protest against this demand by wearing black bandages. And keep the OPD closed for two hours on June 3.

A memorandum was handed over to the Prime Minister and Home Minister by the Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police demanding the arrest of Baba Ramdev, who ridiculed more than 1,300 doctors who lost their lives during Code-19, Dr Poonia said. Is.

He said that by calling the deceased doctors ‘traitors’, calling allopathy a futile science, calling oxygen a useless medicine, and considering himself above the law, he said that no one’s father had arrested him. Dr. Poonia said that no good man in the guise of a Baba or a Sadhu can use the language that he has been using.

Dr. Karan Poonia also said that the unapproved drug “Coronel” made by Baba Ramdev for the treatment of Corona virus would prove fatal. The patient will be confined to his home and will be rushed to the hospital in a coma, where it will be difficult to save his life.

He said that among the leaders of IMA at national and state level, Prof. JA Jayalal, National President of the Association, Dr. Rajan Sharma, Former National President, Dr. Jaish Lele, National General Secretary, Dr. Veed Prakash Beniwal, Patron of the State Unit, State Women Doctors Unit Principal Dr. Vandana Poonia, Secretary Dr. Anita Panwar, State Finance Secretary Dr. Swasti Sharma have also demanded that action be taken against Baba Ramdev as soon as possible.

It may be recalled that a zoom meeting of 38 state branches of IMA was held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister of State Dr. Kiran Poonia yesterday in which it was decided that on June 2, all IMA members of Haryana state should wear black belt and ribbon. They will demand the arrest of Ramdev and keep the OPD closed for two hours on June 3, during which only corona virus patients and emergency patients will be seen.
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Report filed against 24 persons including MP Imtiaz Jalil

Aurangabad: A member of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-e-Muslimeen (AIMIM) for pressuring Labor Deputy Commissioner Shailendra Paul to reopen closed shops in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad district for violating lockdowns. A report has been lodged against 24 people, including MP Imtiaz Jalil. According to police, some shops violating the lockdown rules were closed last month. MP Imtiaz Jalil accompanied by some shopkeepers went to the office of Deputy Commissioner Labor Shailender Paul on Tuesday and pressured him to reopen the closed shops. Tried Aurangabad police has registered a report against 24 persons including Imtiaz Jalil on the complaint of Shailendra Pal. Meanwhile, Corona restrictions have been eased since Tuesday as the cod situation in the city has improved.

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At 17.6 deg C, Delhi records lowest ewer temperature in Jun

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Delhi recorded a minimum of 17.6 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, 10 notches below normal and the lowest temperature ever logged in the month of June, the India Meteorological Department said. The maximum temperature in the national capital settled at 33.6 degrees Celsius, seven notches below normal, it said. Kuldeep Srivastava, the head of the IMD’s regional forecasting centre, said Delhi recorded an all-time low for June on Tuesday owing to overnight rainfall, thunderstorm and gusty winds under the influence of a western disturbance.

Before this, the capital had recorded a minimum of 18 degrees Celsius on June 17, 2006.

The city received 15.6 mm rainfall in the 24-hour period ending 8.30 am on Tuesday.

The weather office has forecast a partly cloudy sky with very light rain and thundershowers for Wednesday.