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    In New Delhi, the Union government approved the development of a 182-km stretch of the Regional Ring Road (RRR) in southern Telangana as a national highway. This decision came after Chief Minister Revanth Reddy requested the upgrade during a meeting with Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.

    The Centre also agreed to upgrade the Hyderabad-Vijayawada national highway to six lanes and the Hyderabad-Kalwakurthy road to a four-lane highway. The RRR project aims to promote growth along the corridor outside the Outer Ring Road.

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    During the meeting in New Delhi, Revanth Reddy, Deputy CM Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, and Roads and Building Minister Komatireddy Venkat Reddy discussed various road development projects with Gadkari. They also addressed issues related to land acquisition and utility removal for the RRR project.

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    Gadkari assured the Chief Minister that the Centre would cover the cost of utility removal in the northern part of the RRR. Revanth Reddy also requested the conversion of several state highways into national highways, including routes like Marikal-Narayanapet-Ramasamudra, Peddapalli-Kataram, and Wanaparthy-Kothakota-Gadwal-Mantralayam.

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