www.thehansindia.com WARANGAL SATURDAY 26 MAY 2018 PAGES 20 `5.00 Forecast: Mostly cloudy Temp: Max.44°C. Min.34°C. Humidity: 15% Sunrise: 05:36 Sunset: 06:41 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H RAMZAN TIMINGS WINDOWS Iftar Saher (Sat) 6.50 pm State gets set for new Sebi slaps notice on academic year Chanda Kochhar (Sun) 4.11 am D Major Gogoi to face Court of Inquiry P3 Srinagar: The army on Friday ordered a Court of Inquiry against Major L. Gogoi who was detained along with a local girl by police for questioning from a hotel here this week. "Army has ordered a Court of Inquiry against Major Gogoi of 53 Rashtriya Rifles regarding an incident that occurred on May 23. "If found guilty, appropriate action would be taken against him," Defence Ministry spokesman Col Rajesh Kalia said. S P7 eputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari asked the District Education Officers (DEOs) to ensure that the textbooks and uniforms are distributed to the students by June 1, on the reopening day of the schools for the ensuing academic year. M arket regulatory Sebi has served a notice on ICICI Bank CEO and MD Chanda Kochhar on dealings of the bank with Videocon Group and Nupower, an entity in which her husband Deepak Kochhar has economic interests, ICICI Bank said on Friday. P9 Nipah scare in Hyd with 2 suspected cases OUR BUREAU CBSE Class XII results today Hyderabad: CBSE Class XII results can be accessed on Saturday from the websites -- www.results.nic.in, www.cbseresults.nic.in and www.cbse.nic.in, said CBSE Controller of Examinations K K Choudhury. He said on Friday that besides the above websites the schools will automatically get their entire schools results on email ids already registered with the Board. That apart, the CBSE will also provide Class XII digital mark sheets in DigiLocker at https://digilocker.gov.in. Interest rate on PF lowest in 5 years New Delhi: Retirement fund body has asked its field offices to credit 8.55 per cent rate of interest for 2017-18, the lowest rate since 2012-13 fiscal, into the PF accounts of around 5 crore subscribers. The Labour Ministry has conveyed approval of the central government to credit 8.55 per cent rate of interest for 2017-18 into PF accounts of members, according to an order issued by the EPFO to its more than 120 field offices. Rythu Bandhu KCR covers all farmers with insurance OUR BUREAU Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday decided to launch a new life insurance scheme for the farming community on the Independence Day. The insurance scheme will cover all the farmers between 18-59 age group. Under the scheme, the farmers will have Rs 5 lakh cover. Irrespective of • • • • CM to announce the scheme on August 15 Funds for premium payment to be budgeted All farmers in 18-59 age group will get cover LIC to implement `5 lakh insurance scheme the reason due to which a farmer dies, including natural death, the insured amount will be paid to the nominee proposed by the insured farmer within 10 days of the claim. The Agriculture department has been entrusted with the task of enrolling farmers in the insurance scheme. Continued on Page 4 HDK wins trust vote n BJP stages walkout, calls for state bandh on May 28 Bengaluru: Putting an end to weeks of political turmoil in Karnataka, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Friday won the conﬁdence motion with a voice vote in the new Assembly, after opposition BJP members walked out ahead of the ﬂoor test. "The conﬁdence motion has been put to vote and won by a voice vote in favour of Kumaraswamy," declared newly-elected Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar. The Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S)-Congress coalition government won the ﬂoor test as 116 members voiced their favour for the conﬁdence motion with none against as all the 104 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislators walked out before the trust vote. The motion put to vote by the Speaker was backed by 36 legislators of the JD-S, 77 of the Congress and one each of the Bahujan Samaj Party and Karnataka Pragnyavantha Janata Party (KPJP), and an Independent through voice. Speaker Kumar did not vote. Moving the motion, the Chief Minister said he was conﬁdent that the JD-S-Congress coalition government would deliver good governance in the southern state. "Though our party did not get the mandate of the people, I took Congress' support for the welfare of farmers and the people. Continued on Page 4 15 injured in Toronto’s Bombay Bhel hotel attack Mississauga: Canadian police were using every resource to capture the two men responsible for a "horrendous" bomb attack on an Indian restaurant during birthday celebrations in this Toronto suburb that injured 15 people, regional police chief Jennifer Evans said on Friday. India's High Commissioner to Canada Vikas Swarup tweeted that India's Consul General in Toronto visited the injured in the hospital. He also said that the three Indian-Canadians who were reported to be critically injured are stable. While the investigation was in the early stages, there were no indications so far that the Thursday night attack at Bombay Bhel restaurant with an improvised explosive device (IED) was a terrorist or a hate crime, she said at a news conference near the restaurant. Continued on Page 4 TELANGANA FORMATION DAY TS races ahead in revenue generation PATAN AFZAL BABU capital formation, welfare measures and revenue generation. Hyderabad: Fiscal prudence The optimum utilisation of remaintained by Telangana sources in increasing revState government in enues, the timely austerity the last four years has measures and plugging leakplaced the newly creages to curb excess exTelangana ated T state in the penditure in every was number list of the fastest sector coupled two in capital growing states in with seeking exthe country. With ternal borrowformation sustained ﬁnancial ings fulfilled in 2016-17 discipline and a the targets set buoyant state by Chief Minister K after MP economy, TelanChandrasekhar Rao in gana emerged every sector including strengthas a leading state in ening infrastructure mainly irriga- tion and implementation of bouquet of community-based welfare schemes every year. The increased state budget outlay from Rs One lakh crore in 2014 -15 to Rs 1. 74 lakh crore in current year witnessed the substantial increase of the plan expenditure outlay and a fall in non-plan expenditure. In the erstwhile United Andhra Pradesh, more than 60 per cent of the allocations were earmarked under non plan. In Telangana, plan outlay, now called as scheme expenditure, share has gone up 60 per cent of the total budget. Continued on Page 4 CABINET MEET TOMORROW Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao convened the Cabinet meeting on Sunday to discuss various issues, including the ratification of new zonal system. The proposed farmers insurance scheme is also expected to come up at the meeting for formal approval. Hyderabad: Even as Kerala is trying to come to grips with Nipah virus that already claimed more than a dozen lives so far, rumours of the deadly disease surfacing in Hyderabad spread like wild ﬁre on Friday prompting government officials to issue a clariﬁcation. Samples of blood from suspected victims undergoing treatment in public hospitals have been sent to Pune for Name Sample type conﬁrmation on Friday. Speaking to reporters, Director of Medical Education (DME) K Ramesh Reddy said the samples of two patients, one admitted to NIMS and another in Fever Hospital, were sent to the Institute of Virology, Pune and they are waiting for results. Until reports are out and positive, it was not proper to jump to conclusions about the spread of the disease to Hyderabad, he stressed. Continued on Page 4 Sample Report Sent NIPAH Virus Received Real Time RT-PCR NIPAH lgM ELISA Sarayu Wahi, 24 Kondapur EDTA Blood 25th May Throat Swab 2018 25th May 2018 Negative Negative Negative Not done Arun Kumar, 30 Hyderabad Serum 25th May Nasal lining 2018 25th May 2018 Negative Negative Not done Not done SAMPLES TEST NEGATIVE I n a major relief to the people of Hyderabad, NIV-Pune in its reports said the two suspected city patients tested negative for the Nipah virus. Elaborating details, DME Dr Ramesh Reddy said they had received the communication to this effect from Pune lab on Friday evening. He thanked the doctors and technicians at Pune for expediting the process considering the gravity of the situation.
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