SUNDAY 14 MAY 2017 NIZAMABAD | PAGES 36 | `5.00 www.thehansindia.com H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Nizamabad | Rajamahendravaram H As Hyderabad Police's Bharosa completes one eventful year of existence, the team awaits crucial additions that can make the Centre a complete, one-stop crisis intervention centre P: 12 & 13 NIZAMABAD 420c WINDOWS Petrol pumps drop Sunday off stir Mumbai (IANS): All petrol pumps in the country, which had announced a weekly 'holiday' from May 14 and work on a single shift from May 15, called off their proposed agitation on Saturday, an official statement said here. Federation of All Maharashtra Petrol Dealers Association (FAMPEDA) President Uday Lodh said that in view of a review meeting called by Oil Marketing Companies on Wednesday, May 17, it has been decided to postpone the agitation till further notice. DAKSHINA BHARATA JAITRA YATRA Shah coming to feel pulse in TS V RAMU SARMA Hyderabad: The BJP, which feels that the political situation in Telangana is now favorable for the party, has been evolving strategies to penetrate into rural areas of the state. Making Telangana its next target after Karnataka and Odisha, the Saffron party is all set to launch the first phase of its campaign from Karwan in the old city on May 22. Later, he would visit Nalgonda, Mahbubnagar and Karimnagar districts to build party base from the grassroots. According to BJP state president K Laxman, the ground work was started about three months back. The party had successfully completed the process of constituting booth-level committees in the Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency and Nalgonda. In Mahbubnagar and Karimnagar districts more than 60 per cent of the booth committees have been constituted. The BJP high command had already got about two surveys done -- one by the state unit and the other by an independent organization. It had also taken feedback from the district units and has assessed the ground situation. It has identified districtwise local problems, promises made by the state government 6 AP boys summit Everest 3 are from Tribal Welfare Residential institutions OUR BUREAU ing, with the ﬁrst climber summiting at 8:20 am and the rest of the group following shortly after. "Six members from our team reached the summit this morning, the ﬁrst of the season," conﬁrmed Satish Kumar from Transcend Adventures, the operator organising the climb. Continued on P4 Visakhapatnam: The Southwest Monsoon is likely to make an onset around May 17 over South Andaman Sea, a week before its normal date. It will take a week or so to set in over Kerala and another week to reach Andhra Pradesh. “The monsoon will touch early in Rayalaseema during the ﬁrst week of June giving a respite to the region from severe heat conditions,’’ said Prof OSRU Bhanu Kumar, former head of Meteorological Sciences, Andhra University. Talking to this correspondent, he said there will be an Spiritual leader Sri Tridandi Ramannarayana Chinna Jeeyar Swami having a word with Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu at the inaugural ceremony of the eight-day training camp organised by Society for Awareness and Vision on Environment at Shamshabad in Hyderabad on Saturday. Zero Budget Spiritual Farming leader Subhash Palekar and My Home Group of Companies chairman Photo: N Shiva Kumar Meru Jupally Rameswar Rao also seen. S Report: P2 increased intensity of rainfall over South Andaman Sea during the next two to three days following a formation of cyclonic circulation over the sea. Prof Bhanu Kumar said the Southwest Monsoon has its origin in southern hemisphere and divides into two branches. One system moves to Bay of Bengal and the other to Arabian Sea. Bay of Bengal arm is an indicator of TDP MLC Vakati suspended Nellore: TDP MLC Vakati Narayana Reddy, who was charged by the CBI for bank dues and election expenditure, has been suspended from the party. It may be recalled here that a team of CBI officials from Bengaluru conducted raids on the guest house of Vakati on Friday and seized documents. With the news going viral on social media, the party decided to axe the MLC and suspended him from the party on Saturday. Sources also said expenditure for his recent MLC polls possibly forced the IFCL to lodge a complaint against Narayana Reddy. CBI officials have also collected documents such as promissory notes from his guest house which showed the details of expenditure during the MLC elections. He reportedly utilised company cash after withdrawing from a bank for the elections. Telangana [email protected]
Jung Museum Hyderabad: In a month’s time, visitors to Salar Jung Museum could well be enjoying Telangana cuisine in a brand new swanky restaurant that is coming up in a 2,200 sft space at the historic museum just beside the ticket counter inside the campus. Speaking to The Hans India, Salar Jung Museum director A Nagender Reddy said, “Tourists need Vijayawada: The cyber attacks rattling the world hit the police computer network partly in some areas of Andhra Pradesh on Saturday. According to information, the `ransomware’ threw the network out of gear in Chittoor, Tirumala, Tirupati in Chittoor district and some parts in Visakhapatnam districts. Hackers have sent the malware into police computer systems in Visakhapatnam, rendering two computers ‘non-functional’, it is said. Navin Gulati, Deputy Commissioner of Police (North Zone) said the government systems are vulnerable to attack as they are not technologically upgraded and completely foolproof. According to sources, the malware initially attacked the OUR BUREAU BLESSINGS ABOUND T P VENU HANS TEAM S AP will have rains from June ﬁrst week S Temperatures to shoot up in coast from today Kathmandu: Six climbers from Andhra Pradesh reached the top of Mount Everest on Saturday, the ﬁrst group to summit the world's highest peak this season. The team reached the peak from the northern Tibet side of the mountain on Saturday morn- A SWANKY 2,200 SFT RESTAURANT WHICH SERVES TELANGANA CUISINE WILL BE THROWN OPEN TO VISITORS NEXT MONTH 15 computer systems in various police stations in AP hacked Southwest monsoon on track India to skip China’s Belt and Road forum Beijing (Agencies): India appears likely to skip China's mega Belt and Road forum beginning here on Sunday as New Delhi is yet to confirm its participation in the two-day event. India's likely absence comes even as its neighbours are attending. The top leadership of Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Myanmar are attending, while Bangladesh and Nepal are sending highlevel delegations. and the status of their implementation. In addition, the survey reports also have data on the caste composition, cadre network of other political parties like the Congress and Telangana unit of the TDP. Based on these reports, BJP national president Amit Shah is said to have worked out a tentative roadmap after discussing with the state leaders at the recently-held national convention of the BJP. Accordingly, it has been decided that Shah would take up door to door visit in the Munugode Assembly constituency which was won by the TRS. He will visit Dalit colonies there and will also have lunch with them. Shah this time proposes to have small group meetings with the people rather than addressing huge public meetings to explain what the Centre has done for Telangana. He will also take feedback on whether or not the Central schemes had percolated down to the targeted groups. However, during this visit of Shah no significant leaders from other parties are likely to join the BJP. The party insiders said while the doors of the party are open and talks were on with some important leaders from the Congress and TRS, things are still at a very nascent stage and this issue is not the priority of Shah during this visit. Cyber attack on Tirupati police hq not go anywhere else to savour Telangana cuisine. From biryani to typical Telangana food that includes rotis made from millets, such as jonna rotte, mutton curry, variants of vegetarian and nonvegetarian items made with puntikura would be available under one roof.” The restaurant is housed in the first floor of the three-storied building constructed at a cost of Rs 80 lakh. The second floor would be thrown open for art shows which is also built in 2,200 sft. The flooring work is in the final stages and interiors for the restaurant are going on at brisk pace, said Nagender Reddy. Continued on P4 the monsoon while the Arabian Sea wing brings the actual monsoon to the whole of the country. Private website Skymet.com also predicted early onset of the Southwest Monsoon on Saturday. It said slowly and steadily, weather conditions were becoming conducive for the arrival of the monsoon over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the next few days. Continued on P4 local area network (LAN) in the district crime records bureau in Chittoor district which subsequently spread to Central Crime Station (CCS) in Tirupati and CCS and women police station networks in Tirumala and computers in Kalikiri and Yerpedu areas. The computers subjected to hacking failed to function for several hours in Chittoor district. In a bid to check the virulence of the cyber attack, the police authorities suspended internet connection to the remaining computers. Continued on P4 Siraj takes SRH to play-offs Kanpur: Defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad cruised into the Indian Premier League playoffs with an easy eight-wicket victory over Gujarat Lions riding on a thoroughly professional team performance here on Saturday. After pacer Mohammed Siraj and Afghanistan legspinner Rashid Khan played a key role in dismissing Lions for a paltry 154 in 19.2 overs despite a century opening stand, skipper David Warner (69) and Vijay Shankar (63) steered their team to an easy victory with 11 balls to spare. Sunrisers finished their league campaign with 17 points from 14 games to become the second team after Mumbai Indians to qualify for the play-offs.