SUNDAY 27 MAY 2018 WARANGAL | PAGES 36 | `5.00 www.thehansindia.com THE DEPLETING NATURE A deadly dust storm hit the swathes of western and northern India recently killing hundreds. The sudden phenomenon is attributed to the excessive heating and instability in atmosphere that are triggers for the storm. The conditions are changing rapidly and climate change the biggest environmental challenge of this generation 12 & 13 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H CM SEEKS FEEDBACK FROM DISTRICTS M A H A P R A I S E KCR TO GAUGE PEOPLE’S PULSE ON RYTHU BANDHU OUR BUREAU RAMZAN TIMINGS WINDOWS Iftar Saher (Sun) 6.51 pm (Mon) 4.11 am North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (left) and South Korean President Moon Jae in embrace each other after their meeting at the northern side of the Panmunjom in North Korea on Saturday. Kim and Moon have met for the second time in a month to discuss peace commitments they reached in their first summit and Kim's potential meeting with President Donald Trump CM Chandrababu Naidu with actress Keerthy Suresh who portrayed the role of legendary actress Savitri in the Telugu ﬁlm ‘Mahanati’ during a meeting at the Secretariat in Velagapudi on Saturday The ruling TRS government implemented several welfare schemes during the last fouryears for the beneﬁt of the people of the State and earmarked Rs 34,491 crore for the welfare of SCs, STs, BCs, Women and Minorities under various heads NM SATHEESH Meghna Srivastava Gupta, Kshitij Anand from Vasundhra and Ananya Singh from Meerut shared the third berth. A student of Humanities, Meghna Srivastava aspires to be a psychologist. Continued on Page 4 P4 Hyderabad: State government welfare schemes for the people have put the government in the good books of the people. Schemes namely, establishment of a separate corporation for the Most Backward Communities, enhancement of budget for Kalyana Lakshmi and Shaadi Mubarak schemes and establishment of more BC Residential Schools are the highlights of the programmes for the welfare of the people. According to sources, the gov- ernment earmarked Rs 34,491 crore for the welfare of Scheduled Castes, Tribes, Backward Classes, Women and Minorities under various heads. If the special development funds meant for the SC and STs are added, this amount would go up to Rs 46,632 crore. Particularly two schemes, Aasara pensions and Kalyana Lakshmi / Shaadi Mubarak have become the ﬂagship programmes for the government in its endeavors to take care of the people. Continued on Page 4 11 killed in multi-vehicle collision at Pragnapur OUR BUREAU Hyderabad: At least 11 people were killed and over 20 injured in a ghastly road accident involving four vehicles on the Rajiv Rahadari at Pragnapur in Siddipet district on Saturday. Police said that a speeding TSRTC bus proceeding from Hyderabad to Karimnagar hit a truck from behind near Pragnapur. The bus was fell on one side resulting in the death of two passengers on the spot and injuring windfall of political gains for the TRS in 2019 elections. The issue of tenant farmers problems will also take place in the meeting and it remains to be seen if KCR would mellow down and bring them under the scheme or make the farmers pay tenants in some ratio mutually acceptable. Agriculture Minister Pocharam TS FORMATION DAY Noida girl scores 499 out of 500! Girls outshine boys in CBSE results progress in the implementation of the schemes in their respective districts. The CM will inquire about the changing political equations in the districts post the launch of the schemes which aim to beneﬁt the largest community of 58 lakh farmers in the state. KCR will also ascertain whether the schemes would derive a India-SL Galle Test Welfare tops govt agenda pitch was ‘doctored’ CBSE CLASS XII RESULTS New Delhi: The CBSE on Saturday announced the results for Class XII examinations and the top three positions have been clinched by girls. With 499 marks out of 500, Meghna Srivastava from Noida's Step by Step School secured the ﬁrst position, followed by Anoushka Chandra of Ghaziabad's SAJ School at 498 and Chahat Bodhraj from Jaipur's Neerja Modi School at the third position with 497 marks. Besides, Chahat, six others got 497 marks out of 500. Ludhiana's Astha Bamba, Tanuja Kapri from Haridwar, Supriya Kaushik from Noida, Ghaziabad's Nakul Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has instructed his Cabinet colleagues to provide him people’s feedback on Rythu Bandhu scheme and pattadar passbook distribution programme at the Cabinet meeting to be held on Sunday. Besides ratifying the government’s decision to the creation of 7 zones and two multi-zones and approve the farmers' insurance scheme, the Chief Minister will deliberate in detail with ministers on the political impact of the crop incentive scheme and passbook distribution in the state. Barring ministers hailing from Greater Hyderabad- Animal Husbandry Minister T Srinivas Yadav and Excise and Prohibition Minister T Padma Rao Goud -- all the ministers have been asked to furnish the details of the Srinivasa Reddy, Revenue Minister Mahmood Ali and Finance Minister E Rajender will place a report before the Cabinet on the efforts made by their departments in the successful conduct of the programmes which include the distribution of cheques to the farming community launched on May 10 in the state. The other ministers will make their observations mainly on the changing farmers’ perception of the government and the beneﬁts of the schemes to them. Sources said that KCR will also discuss the arrangements being made for the launch of the new insurance scheme for farmers to be launched on August 15 in all districts. The Chief Minister will give directions to the ministers to pay special attention in resolving farmers' problems in every village instantly in the Kharif season begins in June end. more than 26. Three of the injured succumbed while undergoing treatment at Gajwel government hospital. Hit by the bus from the rear, the truck driver lost control. The truck ploughed the divider and rammed into an SUV and container truck coming from the opposite direction. The SUV was crushed between the truck and the container. Five of the seven persons in the car died while the two others were seriously injured. Continued on Page 4 Galle: Shocking the cricketing world, London's 'Daily Telegraph' on Saturday reported of an alteration of the Galle pitch to influence the outcome of the upcoming Test series between hosts Sri Lanka and England. A documentary titled 'Cricket's match-fixers', which will be aired by Al Jazeera on Sunday, shows Tharanga Indika, curator of Galle International Stadium, in a sting operation where he admitted to having altered the pitch for result-oriented outcomes, earlier on. S P12 IPL SOUTHERN DERBY TODAY Mumbai: The 51-day T20 carnival is expected to culminate on an exciting note when Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) face-off in the summit clash of the 11th Season of Indian Premier League (IPL) at the Wankhede stadium here on Sunday. S P12
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