Arts and Crafts

Telangana was carved out of the former Andhra Pradesh with Hyderabad as its capital. The name ‘Telangana’ is derived from the word ‘Trilinga’ meaning the place of three lingas as according to legends Lord Shiva’s lingams are found on three mountains Srisailam, Kaleshwaram and Draksharama which form the boundaries of Telangana. It is mentioned in the Mahabharata as Telingadesha and it is said that the people of this land sided with the Pandavas in their battle against the Kauravas in the Kurukshetra War. It is also mentioned in the Aitreyabrahmana, Ramayana and Puranas. The Art, Culture and Traditions of Telangana is a fusion of the Telugu and Persian culture dating back to the Nizams and Mughals. Hence, there is an influence of Hinduism and Islam. Since Buddhism was the dominant religion upto the 6th century it was also the home of Mahayana Buddhism. This can be observed in the monuments of Nagarjunakonda and the World University at the Sri Parvata presided over by Acharya Nagarjuna. In the 12thcentury the Kakatiyas and the Chalukyas revived Hinduism and Krishnadeva Raya of the Vijayanagar Empire restructured old temples and built new ones.

Top SATS Babu cycles his way 17 km to office

Hyderabad: Vice Chairman and Managing Director of the Sports Authority of Telangana State (SATS) A. Dinakar Babu rode a bicycle from his residence in Sainikpuri to his office at Lal Bahadur Stadium (17 kilometres) on Thursday in an attempt to promote physical activity that is vital to one’s health.” “The thought has been playing on my mind for quite a while and today I was keen to try it out,” the IAS officer told this newspaper. “I just wanted to set up an example, promote an active lifestyle and send a good message to others,” Mr Babu, who also plays tennis and swims regularly to maintain fitness, added. Getting there was quite a task though. “The traffic was an issue... also pollution,” said the 55-year-old said of his one-hour-10-minute ride — he started at 9.40 am and reached the Lal Bahadur Stadium at 10.50 am. Mr Babu also spoke of the larger good. “In many countries, the most commonly used vehicle for road transport is a utility bicycle. Certain countries rely heavily on bicycles and their culture has developed around the bicycle as a primary form of transport. In Europe, Denmark and the Netherlands have the most bicycles per capita and most often use bicycles for everyday transport which creates a huge impact on the society and nature. The world is rediscovering the wheels without fuel as using bicycles for transport in place of fuel based vehicles has vast benefits in terms of health and environment. The bicycle is no longer only for the poor who cannot afford to have an automobile. It is a must possession for everyone in a futuristic 21st century and will go a long way for a pollution free and environment friendly society for us and the coming generation,” he said.

Sports in Adilabad District

Telangana, the youngest state of India is developing its sports infrastructure at various district levels. The government has decided to adopt several measures to encourage sports and develop various facilities in the state. Lav Agarwal, the Vice-Chairman and Managing Director of the Sports Authority of Telangana, has observed the need for a Telangana State Sports University and decided to allocate special funds for the project. Young sportsmen from the district have earned laurels for the state at the state and national levels. The tribal youth too have great enthusiasm for sports. The stadiums have to be further equipped with requisite sports material, trained coaches and ministerial staff in the stadiums. Stadiums in Adilabad include Indira Priyadarshini Sports Complex (Adilabad), Mini Stadium (Nirmal) which is administered by Municipal Corporation, Mini Stadium (Utnoor), Mini Stadium (Kouthala) and Mini Stadium (Mancherial). Sports Complex in Shanti Nagar, Adilabad has a swimming pool, indoor stadium and wooden badminton court. A new stadium at Asifabad has come up and needs to be furnished with required staff and sports materials so that sports persons can utilize the stadium for practicing their sport.

Osmania University To Conduct TS Ed CET 2017 On 16 July, Last Day To Apply Today

NEW DELHI: Osmania University will conduct Telangana State Education Common Entrance Test-2017 (TS Ed CET 2017) on 16 July on behalf of Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE). The exam is held for granting admission to B.Ed. regular course in the colleges of Education in Telangana State for the academic year 2017-2018. The examination will be held on the above mentioned date from 11 am to 1 pm. Candidates should note that today is the last day to apply for TS Ed CET 2017. The last date for submission of online application with late fee is 8 July 2017. TS Ed CET 2017 Timeline After the completion of the examination, preliminary key will be declared at 19 July 2017. Candidates can send objections to the answer key latest by 22 July. The final result for TS Ed CET 2017 will be declared on 28 July.

Telangana SSC 10th Class Supply Results 2017 Declared; Check @

NEW DELHI: Telangana State Board of Secondary Examination (TSBSE) has declared SSC or Class 10 results today, July 6. TSBSE which is popularly known as SSC Board, declared the SSC or 10th class supplementary board results for the exams conducted on June this year. The Telangana Secondary School Certificate (SSC) supply results have been announced on the official website of Telangana School Education Board. You can check your exam result from using your examination roll number once it has been uploaded on the official website. An official from the Telangana School Board has earlier confirmed to NDTV that the results would be announced by 4 o'clock today afternoon. Joint Secretary, School Education T. Vijaya Kumar, IAS released the results today at the directorate of school education, Telangana.
Step 1: Go to Board of Secondary Examination, Telangana official website:
Step 2: Click on the link for TS SSC ASE 2017 June Supplementary Results.
Step 3: Enter your exam roll number/hall ticket number in the space provided and submit.
Step 4: Check and download your result.
Step 5: You may take a print of the results.

Andhra, Telangana, Gujarat best in ease of doing business: NITI CEO

New Delhi: Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Gujarat are the three best-performing states in "ease of doing business", NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said on Monday. One the other hand, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Assam fare worst in the rankings, he told reporters here. Kant presented the rankings based on key development and social indicators across states and union territories during a national conference of Chief Secretaries. Similarly, based on availability of electricity in rural households, he said, the best-performing states are Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Kerala, Punjab and Tamil Nadu, which have achieved 100 per cent penetration.

NDA presidential nominee Ram Nath Kovind begins campaign in Telangana, Andhra

Hyderabad: NDA presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday began his campaign in Telugu states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. A day after opposition parties' nominee Meira Kumar visited Hyderabad, Kovind arrived in the city to bolster his support. Leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) accorded him a warm welcome at the Begumpet Airport. Central Ministers M. Venkaiah Naidu, Bandaru Dattatreya, BJP's Telangana unit chief K. Laxman, Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mehmood Ali, Ministers N. Narasimha Reddy and Harish Rao were among the leaders who welcomed Kovind. He later left for Haritha Plaza hotel to meet the BJP's members of Parliament and state legislators. This would be followed by a meeting with leaders of YSRCP, the opposition party of Andhra Pradesh which has already declared its support to him. YSRCP chief Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy and party MPs and MLAs will interact with him. Kovind would then have a meeting with leaders of Telangana's ruling party Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), which too, has announced its support to the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) nominee. TRS President and Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, party MPs and MLAs will meet the former Bihar Governor. The TRS erected huge hoardings at busy intersections in the city to welcome him. The hoardings carry pictures of Kovind and Chandrasekhar Rao. After meeting with TRS legislators, Kovind would then leave for Vijayawada where he would meet TDP President and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu and other leaders.