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Heavy Rains: Zoo Park temporarily closed

Nehru zoological park

Hyderabad: The Nehru Zoological Park has been closed temporarily due to heavy overflow and inflow of water from the adjoining Mir Alam Tank. Due to heavy rains since past one week the Mir Alam tank is filled with rain water. The water is overflowing heavily and entering from the anicut and through the pores and gaps in the anicut from …

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Open Letter: Story of sexual assault at NALSAR

Nalsar University of Law, Justice City, Shamirpet, Telangana

This is an OPEN LETTER, written by an anonymous undergraduate student at Nalsar University of Law about her Campus Sexual Assault. It was published with the consent of the victim. This is her story: I was sexually assaulted by my best friend. Coming out and saying this is one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. I mean, I’m a …

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All measures in place for Ganesh Festival: Telangana DGP

DGP Anurag Sharma

City police are all geared up to ensure smooth Ganesh festival in twin cities of Hyderabad and Secundrabad in Telangana State. About 20,000 police personnel and men have been deployed to ensure Ganesh Immersion proceeds without hassle tomorrow, according the DGP office. “All measures are in place to ensure a smooth conclusion of the Ganesh Immersion festival this year, said …

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Minority Students Not Able to Apply for National Scholarship

Problem in applying on National Scholarship Portal affects minority students

Students from minority communities reported problem in applying for scholarship on India’s national scholarship portal. The portal is not allowing registration since last one month, they complained. According to social activist S.Q. Masood, who helps students in Hyderabad in applying for scholarship, he noticed the issue and reported it to concerned government officials couple of days ago. He said the …

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UoH on ‘Plant A Sapling on Your Birthday’ drive

UoH VC Appa Rao planting a sapling in campus

Vice-Chancellor Prof. P. Appa Rao launched a unique initiative, ‘Plant a sapling on your birthday’ a few months back. Most of parties end with a cake, party and friends. Birthdays get over with this pop culture ritual. But what does one give back to the society that raised it for long? The WILD LENS team has come up with this …

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