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The committee looked into “Rationalisation/Closure/Merger of Film Media Units” and “Review of Autonomous Bodies”. The reports were submitted to I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday.

Meera Chopra

Meera Chopra retweeted some of the messages she received, also drawing Jr NTR's attention to the rape and death threats by his fans.

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Sunil Grover recently shot a video to raise awareness about the health hazards of smoking. But shooting a video all by himself at home was a challenging task.

Technology

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The government had on May 27 released the source code of its contact tracing app Aarogya Setu and announced cash prizes for those who find a bug or vulnerability in it.

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After Mitron app, we have now discovered that Google Play Store has removed Remove China Apps application.

TikTok rating drops to 1.3 rating on Google Play store (Express photo: Sneha Saha)

TikTok apologized on Monday after complaints that posts with the hashtags #BlackLivesMatter and #GeorgeFloyd were marked with zero views on the popular short-video app.

Hyderabad News

Duo drive to Bengaluru with travel pass to buy cocaine, held on return to Hyderabad
Duo drive to Bengaluru with travel pass to buy cocaine, held on return to Hyderabad

“They had an invoice for some 5000 N-95 masks that they got from a friend in Delhi. They used this invoice and weaved a story of business in Bengaluru,” Reddy said.

Telangana: Four workers dead in Singareni Collieries mine blast, three others injured
Telangana: Four workers dead in Singareni Collieries mine blast, three others injured

The mishap took place around 11 am today morning at the OpenCast-1 mine in Ramagundem. SCCL sources said that all the victims were hired by a private contractor for the work and not SCCL employees.

Telangana: Man jumps in front of CM’s convoy, taken into custody
Telangana: Man jumps in front of CM’s convoy, taken into custody

The incident occurred when CM KCR was returning after paying tributes to the martyrs of Telangana statehood movement at Gun Park on the occasion of the state’s 6th formation day in the city.

As cases rise in Telangana, state health dept points to increased movement of people
As cases rise in Telangana, state health dept points to increased movement of people

Even as the state government faces criticism over testing fewer samples as compared to most other states, health department officials maintained the official government version that all guidelines issued by ICMR are being thoroughly followed.

Telangana CM inaugurates Kondapochamma Reservoir in Siddipet
Telangana CM inaugurates Kondapochamma Reservoir in Siddipet

The Rs 1 lakh crore Kaleswaram multi-purpose irrigation project is divided into different packages to lift the water from Godavari River and 20 of the state’s 31 districts will get drinking and irrigation water.

Unaware of SHRC order, Hyderabad man still waits for next meal
Unaware of SHRC order, Hyderabad man still waits for next meal

45-year-old Rajesh Vanam, who has to walk with the help of crutches for the last five years, used to be dependent on the alms he received from visitors to the Nagamma temple in Yellareddyguda, one of the busiest residential locales in Hyderabad.

Despite court rap, Telangana Covid-19 numbers are aimed to conceal more than they reveal
Despite court rap, Telangana Covid-19 numbers are aimed to conceal more than they reveal

Amid criticism about the absence of vigour in testing for the spread of infection among the public, which prompted the High Court to censure the state government, the medical bulletin from the director of Public Health and Family Welfare often appears like a ‘puzzle’ aimed at minimum sharing of information.

Labourer sets bedridden mother on fire, had no money to take care of her: Telangana cops
Labourer sets bedridden mother on fire, had no money to take care of her: Telangana cops

After the lockdown was announced, Lingaswami stayed at a construction site for a few days but managed to reach the village after a few days and found that neither the caregiver nor his sisters were able to come to his mother’s house due to the lockdown.

As lockdown eases, this Hyderabad techie is on a mission to find migrant workers their livelihood
As lockdown eases, this Hyderabad techie is on a mission to find migrant workers their livelihood

Over the last week, Daga has reached out to several manufacturing units through his friends and relatives and connected them to workers, providing urgent employment to close to 700 workers

Tirupati resumes sale of laddus in Andhra, devotees can also order them online
Tirupati resumes sale of laddus in Andhra, devotees can also order them online

Around 2.4 lakh laddus were distributed in 12 districts of Andhra Pradesh at a subsidised price on Wednesday. According to TTD, the laddus can be ordered online and collected from the nearest TTD centre or TTD kalyana mandapam in the state. 

Telangana HC asks govt to ramp up testing, submit report
Telangana HC asks govt to ramp up testing, submit report

“Not testing in large numbers is almost like inviting the Trojan horse. Why is the Telangana government under testing? Financial constraints cannot be cited as a reason as human lives are most important,” the bench noted.

In Hyderabad, 328 cases, 18 deaths in a week; new areas in spotlight
In Hyderabad, 328 cases, 18 deaths in a week; new areas in spotlight

Fresh cases are being reported from areas of Hyderabad where none were reported previously, away from the existing containment zones, indicating a community spread after the lockdown rules were relaxed.

Fulfilled 90% poll promises within one year, claims CM Jagan Mohan Reddy
Fulfilled 90% poll promises within one year, claims CM Jagan Mohan Reddy

Attending the ‘Our Governance, Your Suggestions’ session on Monday, CM Jagan Mohan Reddy revealed that Rs 40,139 crores were spent from June 2019 till May 20, 2020 on various programmes and benefits extended to over 3.5 crore beneficiaries in the state.

Hyderabad: ‘Eid this year was silent, peaceful and an eye-opener’
Hyderabad: ‘Eid this year was silent, peaceful and an eye-opener’

With social distancing becoming the watchword due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Eid greetings shifted to social media, with community elders asking everyone to stay indoors.

Cyberabad: 2-month-old sold off by parents for Rs 22,000, rescued
Cyberabad: 2-month-old sold off by parents for Rs 22,000, rescued

A case has been registered against the parents and four others, including the mediators in the ‘sale’.

Hyderabad records the highest temperature this summer
Hyderabad records the highest temperature this summer

The greater Hyderabad region recorded the maximum temperature of 44.4 degrees Celsius Saturday. Meanwhile, the Jagtial district recorded the maximum temperature in the state at 47.2 degrees C.

Hyderabad: DRDO lab develops AI-based attendance application called ‘AINA’
Hyderabad: DRDO lab develops AI-based attendance application called ‘AINA’

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become unsafe to use biometric verification for attendance marking systems and ‘AINA’ captures the facial image of a registered employee for identification and verification.

Hyderabad airport to resume flight operations, deploys 40 self-check-in kiosks for contactless boarding
Hyderabad airport to resume flight operations, deploys 40 self-check-in kiosks for contactless boarding

As per government guidelines, passengers will have to undergo thermal scanning, and queue managers are deployed, social distance markings, seating arrangements with social distance norms have been made before security checks to avoid crowding.

Hyderabad: ‘We are not beggars or prisoners, return us our livelihood,’ say workers stranded at govt shelter
Hyderabad: ‘We are not beggars or prisoners, return us our livelihood,’ say workers stranded at govt shelter

Languishing in the temporary shelter run by NGOs with the state’s assistance, migrant workers reiterate that they are neither beggars nor prisoners and demand that their livelihoods be restored by the government if they are not going to be sent back.

No hope of revival post-lockdown, say Hyderabad street food vendors
No hope of revival post-lockdown, say Hyderabad street food vendors

The ongoing lockdown, like in the case of all small or big businesses, has thrown pushcart food vendors of Hyderabad out of work .

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