www.thehansindia.com VOL. 10 | NO. 53 | MONDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2020 | WARANGAL | PAGES 8 | `5.00 Forecast: Cloudy. Temp: Max.35°C. Min.28°C. Humidity: 61% Sunrise: 05:58 Sunset: 06:20 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H H Follow @ WINDOWS NASA releases stunning images of cosmic world Washington (IANS): NASA has released some stunning and phenomenal images of the universe -galaxies, supernova remnants, stars, planetary nebulas processed by its 'Chandra X-Ray Observatory' -- the world's most powerful x-ray telescope. Launched on July 23, 1999, the observatory allows scientists to capture X-ray images of various high energy regions in the universe. X-rays were produced in the cosmic world when the matter heats up to millions of degrees. They are emitted from black holes, neutron stars or supernova remnants. Each composite image released by NASA contains X-ray data from Chandra as well as other telescopes. /thehansindia | /thehansindiaweb | /thehansindia | /thehansindia | /thehansindia H COVID PROTOCOLS IN PLACE IN ASSEMBLY KCR LIKELY TO ATTACK CENTRE ON GST DUES N Pandemic throws up new experience for members N Issue of quota for STs may come up for discussion N Likely to pass resolution on Bharat Ratna for PV N Debate likely on illegal projects taken up by AP N In Harish’s absence, CM may speak on ﬁscal crisis N Oppn plans to nail TS govt on spread of corona PATAN AFZAL BABU Hyderabad: The stage is set for the monsoon session of the Telangana Assembly from Monday. The session being held in the midst of Covid pandemic is going to be a new experience for the members as they have been subjected to strict medical examinations and checked whether they are ﬁt for the likely ﬁreworks that promises to make the Assembly session lively. While Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is likely to hog the limelight by launching a scathing attack on the Centre on issues like non-payment of GST dues and delay in the enhancement of quota for STs and ﬁnancial assistance to the state during Corona pandemic. Continued on Page 5 Constitution’s saviour is no more Seer petitioner in landmark judgement on ‘basic structure’ of Constitution Kasaragod (Kerala) (PTI): Kesavananda Bharati, on whose petition the Supreme Court delivered the landmark judgement on the celebrated doctrine of basic structure of the Constitution, died here on Sunday. Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi were among a host of leaders who condoled the demise of the 79-year old Keralabased seer, saying he will be remembered for his service to the people. Po- Kesavananda Bharati lice said Kesavananda Bharati Sripadagalvaru died at the Edaneer Mutt here due to age-related ailments. "As per the information with us, he passed away at around 3.30 AM on Sunday," po- lice told PTI. People from all walks of life paid homage to the departed seer at the Edneer Mutt of which he became the head over five decades ago. The case in which Bharati had challenged Kerala Land Reform laws nearly four decades ago set the principle that the Supreme Court is the guardian of the basic structure of the Constitution and the verdict involved 13 judges, the largest bench ever to sit in the apex court. Continued on Page 5 Cabinet meet today HANS NEWS SERVICE Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has convened a meeting of his Cabinet on Monday night to seek its approval to the proposed Revenue Act and other Bills to be introduced in the Assembly session. Continued on Page 5 Indian and Russian navies during a two-day mega military exercise in the Bay of Bengal, to further bolster their operational interoperability in dealing with emerging security challenges One killed, 7 injured in Birmingham stabbing Furthering legacy of PV: Vangara, Laknepally to dot tourism map London (PTI): UK police said a murder inquiry has been launched on Sunday after one man was killed and seven people injured in multiple stabbings overnight in the city of Birmingham. According to reports, West Midlands Police believe the victims were picked at random and do not believe the incident was terror or gang related. While a man and a woman are battling serious injuries, the injuries of ﬁve others are not thought to be lifethreatening, the force said. Warangal: The State government, which has decided to conduct yearlong programmes to eulogise the son of the soil, has also lined up plans to develop his birth and fostered villages - Vangara and Laknepally - one that gave him the birth and the other where he grew up. The proposed tourism circuit is to add ﬂavour to tourism in and around Warangal. In fact, PV family members have already gathered PV’s collection of books, photos, articles used by him, his awards, rewards and me- ADEPU MAHENDER Laknepally Vangara - PV Residence mentoes in the old building in which former PM PV Narasimha Rao spent his childhood. According to the locals, whatever the development Vangara has witnessed was when Manohar Rao, PV’s brother, was the Sarpanch. Later, Rameshwar Thakur was the Union Rural Development Minister in early 90s, he developed Vangara as a model village, providing a lot of amenities including establishment of protected drinking water scheme, Police station, SC hostel, upgradation of residential school, etc. Since then, the village has not witnessed any signiﬁcant development. Continued on Page 5
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