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    Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court’s arithmetic operation long seat, comprising Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice N Tukaramji, on Tuesday heard the “taken up PIL” on renovation and repairs to the British Residency complicated (now Koti Women’s College)”.

    The CJ long seat directed the Director, Department of Heritage, to filing cabinet a status study on the steps taken by the State to repair and renovate the complicated

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    It issued notices to the government and Union of India (Survey Of India and Archaeology department) while adjudicating the taken up PIL by converting the written message addressed addressed by TuragaVasantaSobha, preservation architect of Hyderabad, who was aggrieved on the inaction of the State in not taking up repairs, not only to the British Residency, but also Hashmatgunj door and not the same heritage structures.

    The petitioner in her written message addressed informed the tribunal that the British Residency and not the same heritage structures are not taken precaution of by the State, resulting in their dilapidated stipulation.

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    She also told the tribunal that the government should declare the Residency complicated as a protected monument on a par with Lucknow Residency and choose steps to comprehensively repair and restore all historic structures across the State, including the British Residency, as it is in deplorable stipulation and requires repairs.

    The CJ long seat issued notices to the respondent State and Central government authorities to filing cabinet counter-affidavits and asked the member of a board of directors, Heritage department to reconcile oneself the status study. Hearing in the display case was adjourned to June 8.

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    HC extends stick around on govt teachers’ transferral till April 11

    The batch of writ petitions filed by SGTs, educational institution assistants, HMs and others working in government schools was listed on Tuesday before the arithmetic operation long seat. of CJ Bhuyan and Tukaramji.

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    Due to paucity of measure the time or duration of an event, the petitions did not accomplish the long seat for hearing. As there was a stick around on transferral of teachers, the long seat extended its interim orders dated February 14 to Apirl 11

    In the petitions the rules prepared by the State have got been challenged.

    The petitions were filed by M Sakku Bai and three others, educational institution assistants, working in various government schools in the State challenging the Telangana Teachers Regulation of Transfers Rules, 2023, made applicable to HMs/educational institution assistants/SGTs and not the same categories.

    On February 14 the long seat had directed the State not to transferral teachers because the have got been challenged. Moreover, they were not placed before the flooring of the State Assembly.

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