Navy week celebrations - painting competition for school children
Hyderabad, 24th Oct. 2013: As part of Navy Week celebration, the Indian Navy (Station Hyderabad), is conducting a painting competiton for school children of twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad on 21st Nov. 2013 (Thursday) in coordination with Jawahar Bal Bhavan. The venue for the event will be Jawahar Bal Bhavan, Public Gardens, Hyderabad.
The painting competition will be conducted under three groups of school students. Students from I to IV standard under group A, Students from V to VIII standard under group B and Students from IX to XII standard under group C. Students interested in participating in the competition approach through their schools for registering their names. Schools interested in sending their students for the competition may forward only a maximum of five students for each group for registration. The names of the children should reach on or before 2nd November, 2013 to Commander P Ravi Shankar, (Phone No. 040-27741170-Extn 1187, Mobile No. 9393889990) Quality Assurance Establishment (Navy), DGQA, Technical Complex, Manovikas Nagar, Secunderabad, 500009 by post. On the sport registration at the venue, will not be done.
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Huge Traffic problem created by Street Light Repair Works - Traffic jammed from Tappachaubutra to Puranapul at HyderabadHyderabad 25th October, 2014: Normally people wait for days and months to get street lights repaired in their areas and many roads in Hyderabad still do not have proper working street lights. Now, When the authorities decided to fix the problem at one of the places in Mustahid pura opposite Mesco College it caused huge traffic jam for hours.
Traffic came to a stand still for hours and traffic was affected for atleast 2-3 kms on both sides of the road from Tappachabutra to Puranapul.
Normally these types of works are carried out at nights or less busy times, but they chose to do this work during heavy traffic hours and too when s ... Read More
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