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7 lakh farmers paid Rs. 6291 Cr for paddy

Hyderabad: Commissioner for Civil Supplies Department Akun Sabharwal said that in this Khariff season 37 lakh tons of paddy from 7 lakh farmers and Rs. 6291 Crores payments were made directly to the farmers accounts directly. In the view of more yield of paddy in coming Rabi season, officers should …

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Ration commodities with IRIS launched

Hyderabad: Telangana Civil Supplies Department is implementing new measures to smoother and benefit ration beneficiaries in availing basic commodities. Department introduced IRIS policy for supply of ration commodities. Last year ePOS (Biometric) system was introduced to supply ration commodities. But, ePOS machine is unable to authorize some fingerprints mainly of …

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Paddy purchase in record scale in Telangana

Hyderabad: Telangana Civil Supplies Department created record by procuring paddy more than the expected targets. The department purchased double the quantity what it has purchased last year. In last Kharif season Civil Supplies Department purchased 18.24 Lakh tons of paddy from 4.17 lakh farmers at 2716 Paddy Procurement Centers (PPCs). …

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TS Govt assures to buy damaged wet Paddy

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Hyderabad: Due to recent Pethai Cyclone paddy is damaged at Paddy Purchase Centers in several parts of Telangana. Civil Supplies Department informed that it will purchase wet paddy and farmers should not worry in this matter. Civil Supplies Department estimated that up to 3,491 tons of paddy got wet state …

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Punjab top official praises PDS in Telangana

Hyderabad: Paddy procurement and Public Distribution System is excellent in Telangana, said Anindita Mitra, Director for Punjab Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs. Anindita Mitra came for a two day visit to study paddy procurement, public distribution system in Telangana state. On Thursday, she visited PPC and godowns at Gajwel …

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“T Ration App” gets e-governance Award

Hyderabad: Commissioner of Civil Supplies Department Akun Sabarwal stated that which was adopted “T-Ration App” have got e-governance award by CSI (Computer Society of India e-governance) recently. This App was formulated by this department with the co-operation of NIC (National Informatics Center). This App has provided 13 applications on day …

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Civil Supplies Dept purchase 5.74 Lakh MT paddy

Hyderabad: Civil Supplies Department set target of purchasing 34 Lakh Metric Tons (LMTs) of paddy in this Kharif season and making arrangement to set up 3233 Paddy Procurement Centers (PPCs), said Commissioner for Civil Supplies Akun Sabharwal The Commissioner conducted review meeting on Kharif Paddy Procurement with DCSOs at Civil …

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Civil Supplies Dept readies Kharif Action Plan

Akun Sabharwal

Hyderabad: Telangana government has taken necessary steps for paddy purchase in Kharif Season from farmers at minimum support price with making preparation to see that farmers face no hurdles in selling paddy. Commissioner for Civil Supplies Akun Sabharwal held a video conference with Joint Collectors, DCSOs, DMs on Kharif Season …

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UP officials praise Telangana PDS

UP officials praise Telangana PDS

Hyderabad: Commissioner for Uttar Pradesh Civil Supplies Alok Kumar said Telangana Civil Supplies Public Distribution System is very good and inspirational to other states. Putting barriers to irregularities in ration distribution with wide usage of technology, public distribution has come closer to poor people. A team from Uttar Pradesh Civil …

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TS Govt to clear pending commission dues to ration dealers

TS Govt to clear pending commission dues to ration dealers

Hyderabad: Telangana government decided to clear pending increased commission dues in form of cheques to ration dealers. It will hand over the cheques in 15 government working days. Government has increased commission rate from Rs. 20 to Rs. 70 per quintal to ration dealers. Government decided to pay all the …

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