www.thehansindia.com WARANGAL TUESDAY 1 MAY 2018 PAGES 20 `5.00 Forecast: Sunny Temp: Max.42°C. Min.28°C. Humidity: 17% Sunrise: 05:53 Sunset: 06:36 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H Modi launches Buddha Jayanti celebrations organised by the Ministry of Culture in New Delhi on Monday Telugus shine in JEE (Main) 7 TS, AP STUDENTS FIGURE IN TOP 20 OUR BUREAU Hyderabad: Students from two Telugu states have bagged ﬁve out of the ﬁrst 10 ranks in the top 20 All India Ranks of the JEE (Main)-2018 results declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday. Bhogi Suraj Krishna and KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli from Andhra Pradesh have bagged the ﬁrst and second ranks, respectively. Gattu Mytraya and Gosula Vinayaka Srivardhan from Telangana have bagged the ﬁfth and 10th ranks, respectively. Similarly, Dakarapu Bharath from Andhra Pradesh got the 8th rank. Of the top 20 all India ranks, Jatoth Shiva Tarun from Telangana got 14th and Pinnamreddy Lokeswar Reddy KCR to decide Front plan post Karnataka election Naidu portrays Modi as betrayer OUR BUREAU Bhogi Suraj Krishna from AP bagged the 15th rank. Out of the top 20 all India ranks, seven have been qualiﬁed to the JEE (Advanced)2018 from both the Telugu states and eight are from Rajasthan. According to a CBSE press release, a total of 2,31,024 have cleared the JEE (Main)-2018 examinations held in April this year qualifying to appear for the JEE (Advanced)-2018 examination. Continued on P4 Tirupati: In one of his most stinging attacks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday described him as the betrayer of people's trust for not keeping his promise of helping the state build a capital better than Delhi, according Special Category Status (SCS) and bestowing all benefits the state is eligible under the AP Sate Reorganisation Act 2014. Addressing his first major political meeting after launching his ‘Dharma Poratam’, Naidu said: “Denial of SCS is a clear case of beContinued on P4 trayal. OUR BUREAU Hyderabad: The outcome of Karnataka Assembly elections will decide TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao’s future course of action on his proposed Federal Front, an alternative to BJP and Congress at the national level. As part of his endeavour in uniting all regional forces, KCR is already holding talks with regional party leaders and convincing them to join his Front. KCR is closely watching the strengths and weaknesses of the main political parties, BJP and Congress, and the regional forceJD (Secular), which are vying for power in the poll-bound Karnataka. A senior party leader said that the TRS chief is ascertaining people’s mood on a regular basis in the neighbouring state. This was the reason why KCR, in Chennai on Sunday, did not rule out working with the Congress and that he was not strictly Open to truck with Cong, too How will JD(S) perform? anti-Congress. But doing political business with Congress would be a little embarrassing for him since, in Telangana, the grand-old party is TRS’ principal political rival. KCR, however, kept his option open depending on which way the cookie would crumble in Karnataka. During his recent visit to Karnataka, KCR already extended his support to JD(S) and appealed to voters belonging to Telugu community to vote in support of the regional party. Even since he met Trump told to review decision on H-4 visas Washington: A group of 15 inﬂuential lawmakers from California has urged the Trump administration to reconsider its move to revoke an Obama-era rule that gives work permits to spouses of certain categories of H-1B visas, the most sought-after among Indian IT professionals. The lawmakers asserted that the existing H-4 rule was a matter of both economic competitiveness and maintaining family unity. “The H-4 rule lessened the burden on thousands of H1-B recipients and their families while they transition from non-immigrants to lawful permanent residents by allowing their families to earn dual incomes. Many entrepreneurs used their EADs to start businesses that now employ THERE'S STILL SOME HOPE US citizens,” they said in a letter to the Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen M Nielsen. “Eliminating this beneﬁt removes an important incentive for highly skilled immigrants to remain here to invest in and grow our economy to the beneﬁt of all Americans,” the lawmakers said. The letter came amidst reports that the Trump Adminis- tration was planning to approach the court to inform that it has decided to rescind the Obama-era executive order which gave work permits to spouses of certain categories of H-1B visas. The order has not been rescinded yet. The lawmakers did not say if they had received any response from Continued on P4 Nielsen. JD(S) leader and former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda in Bengaluru, the TRS president has taken up Karnataka elections to be held in May as a case study to gauge people’s mood particularly the support being received by the two national parties – BJP and Congress. KCR is of the strong view that if JD(S) performs up to the expectations, it will send a strong indication that people are vexed with BJP and Congress. Continued on P4 PJTSAU registrar gets 15-day jail Hyderabad: Registrar of Prof Jayashankar Agricultural University Sudhir Kumar has been punished with 15 days of imprisonment by the High Court at Hyderabad on Monday in a contempt case filed by one Venkanna. Justice A Ramalingeswar Rao gave this punishment while allowing the contempt case.
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