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From: Saturday, November 08, 2014
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Description: Hamfest India 2014 is an upcoming event in Hyderabad.

    
Junior doctors ready to sacrifice academic year
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Picture for representational purpose (Photo: DC archives)
Sources close to the government said that the doctors, unlike what they have claimed in public, where they have said they would quit unless their remuneration was revised, have a completely different axe to grind. (Photo: DC archives)

Hyderabad: Junior doctors say they are even ready to sacrifice their current academic year in pushing the government to concede to their demands even as the latter remains adamant.

Meanwhile, students of some medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh also started protesting against temporary government service. Police on Friday warned junior doctors against holding gatherings on the Osmania Medical College campus.

It has been nearly a month since the medicos began protesting against temporary government service. The impact of the str-ike has already been subst-antial since the PG medic-os are not attending to em-ergency duties in the three teaching hospitals of the state. Senior residents and assistant professors have to attend to emergency duties.

Resentment among them too is building up in the wake of the stalemate continuing for long.

“We are ready to risk our academic year for our struggle. We want to achieve what we have set out for,” Dr Bhanu Pratap Chander, a key member of the Junior Doctors’ Association said.

The government also cannot afford to have the medicos lose an academic year altogether since it would create a huge void in the public health system. The government has taken some steps to warn them, like barring their dissertations and asking them to serve an extra period of government service. However, medicos say that will not affect the strike.

In a development that will encourage the medicos further, some post grad students from Rayalaseema too began protests. Medicos at the Kurnool Medical College began protesting against temporary government service and demand that postings be regularised.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141025/nation-current-affairs/article/junior-doctors-ready-sacrifice-academic-year

Will continue drive for smooth flow of traffic, GHMC tells Hyderabad High Court
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation logo
Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation logo

Hyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation has given an undertaking to the Hyderabad High Court that it would continue its drive vigorously with the help of the traffic police so that smooth flow of traffic is maintained and footpaths are left free of encroachments for use by pedestrians.

The corporation filed a status report before a division bench comprising Chief Justice Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta and Justice P.V. Sanjay Kumar pursuant to its direction in a taken up case. The bench took up the matter based on a letter by Brigadier Virender P. Sharma (Rtd).

It sought to declare the inaction of the authorities in maintenance of the roads properly, particularly in Hyderabad, and taking steps to construct pavements, whenever roads are widened, leaving no place for pedestrians to walk resulting in several accidents and checking illegal occupation of the existing pavements, as arbitrary and illegal.

The GHMC in its report submitted to the court said that it had undertaken removal of 17,988 encroachments on the footpaths in the city with the help of the traffic police and thereafter, 2,847 temporary encroachments were also removed from April 14, to October 6, 2014.

The corporation assured the court that it would continue this drive for smooth flow of traffic and also ensure steps that footpaths are left free of encroachments for use by pedestrians.

While recording the assurance, the bench directed that the corporation shall strive to undertake all lawful measures as and when required to keep the pavements free from all encroachments apart from maintaining the roads in the city and closed the case.

HYDERABAD: The Indian National Science Academy ( INSA), apex body of Indian scientists, has elected Chief Scientist of CSIR-IICT, Srivari Chandrasekhar, as a fellow from the year 2015.

The recognition has been accorded for his contribution in the area of organic chemistry for the last two decades, according to a statement from CSIR-IICT (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology).

Chandrasekhar has made significant contribution in sy ..

HYDERABAD: The Indian National Science Academy ( INSA), apex body of Indian scientists, has elected Chief Scientist of CSIR-IICT, Srivari Chandrasekhar, as a fellow from the year 2015.

The recognition has been accorded for his contribution in the area of organic chemistry for the last two decades, according to a statement from CSIR-IICT (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology).

Chandrasekhar has made significant contribution in sy ..

HYDERABAD: The Indian National Science Academy ( INSA), apex body of Indian scientists, has elected Chief Scientist of CSIR-IICT, Srivari Chandrasekhar, as a fellow from the year 2015.

The recognition has been accorded for his contribution in the area of organic chemistry for the last two decades, according to a statement from CSIR-IICT (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology).

Chandrasekhar has made significant contribution in sy ..


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141025/nation-current-affairs/article/will-continue-drive-smooth-flow-traffic-ghmc-tells-hyderabad

Hyderabad Student, Accused of Motivating SIMI Activists, Denies Terror Links
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Hyderabad Student, Accused of Motivating SIMI Activists, Denies Terror Links
Hyderabad A student from Hyderabad, accused by the police of being a point-person in the city for two alleged SIMI activists from Maharashtra, emerged before the media today, alleging that the police version of him abetting terror and absconding was a lie.

''I am going to college and signing every month in court records for previous cases filed against me. So, how can they say I am absconding?'' asked 24-year-old M Tech student Mohtasim Billa.

The police said Mohtasim motivated two alleged Students Islamic Movement of India or SIMI activists, who were arrested on Wednesday, to go to Afghanistan for training from Al Qaeda in order to wage Jihad in India to establish Islamic State. Mohtasim was reportedly even willing to extend financial support for Visa processing for the two men, who he allegedly met on Facebook, the police claimed.


However, Mohtasim told NDTV that he had never met the two alleged SIMI activists nor had he chatted with them over the internet.

"The police says I offered to finance them, whereas I don't even have money to pay my college fee," he said.

Mohtasim's father Moulana Islahi, a well-known Islamic scholar, said the police is targeting his son repeatedly ever since Mohtasim's brother Mujahid was shot dead by Gujarat IPS officer Narender Amin near the Andhra Pradesh DGP's office in Hyderabad in 2004.

"From that time onwards, when Mohtasim was not even 16, police has filed several cases. But he was acquitted in all cases. Only two cases are left. The judgment in one of them is coming this month-end. It appears they want to keep up the pressure," said Mr Islahi.

According to the police, Mohtasim had asked Mudassir and Shoeb - alleged SIMI activists - to come to Hyderabad after October 10. The two were arrested from Secunderabad on Wednesday. Police also claimed to have seized literature on explosives formula, a 16 GB pen drive containing literature in terror activities among other things from them.

A case is registered with Gopalapuram police station under relevant sections of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and IT Act. "Both these persons are adept in using social networks in propagating Jihad and both of them are having several Facebook accounts," Deputy Commissioner of Police (North Zone) R Jaya Lakshmi said on Wednesday.

During Facebook chats they came in contact with Abu Saif and Kamaran Sha, both of Pakistan, Zahid Al Hindi, a native of Afghanistan, and Mir Showkath, Sameer Khan and Mohtasim Billa, all residents of Saidabad area in Hyderabad, the DCP said.

Source: http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/hyderabad-student-accused-of-motivating-simi-activists-denies-terror-links-611536?ndtv_nextstory

SC lashes out at Telangana for bias in EAMCET
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
The Supreme Court on Monday said the Telangana government was prejudiced in allowing some engineering colleges to participate in Eamcet counselling and disallowing others. 
 
The SC said the government had failed to provide equal opportunity to all engineering colleges.
 
The court directed the Telangana government and JNTU Hyderabad to submit affidavits by Friday, detailing the context and reasons for not granting affiliation to 174 engineering colleges and the facilities that other colleges had shown which had made them eligible for admitting students.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141014/education/article/sc-lashes-out-telangana-bias-eamcet

Sanskrit to stay this year for Class IX, X
Monday, October 13, 2014

The Telangana State government on Friday decided to temporarily suspend its earlier orders to do away with composite courses of Telugu with Sanskrit and other languages in the Class IX and Class X state board syllabus.

The government had earlier stated that studying the composite  courses of Telugu and Sanskrit was not yielding desired results and had asked officials to direct Sanskrit teachers to teach Telugu.

The government reasoned that the composite courses structure was not serving any purpose and that it also violated the three language principle.

However, the government received several representations opposing the move and has decided to keep the aspects pertaining to the composite courses in abeyance.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141013/nation-education/article/sanskrit-stay-year-class-ix-x

    
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