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    A 9-year-old in Hyderabad writes a book on birds found in the Botanical Gardens, and receives a response from KTR.


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    In a heartwarming story that has captured the attention of people across India, a 9-year-old boy in Hyderabad has written a book on the birds found in the Botanical Gardens. The book, titled “Birds of Botanical Gardens,” is a testament to the boy’s love for nature and his passion for bird-watching. The book has received widespread praise, including from KTR, the Minister for Information Technology, Municipal Administration and Urban Development in Telangana.

    The young author, identified as Mohammed Hassan Ali, spent several months observing and studying the birds in the Botanical Gardens before compiling his book. His efforts have been lauded by many, including KTR, who took to Twitter to congratulate the young author. In his tweet, KTR said that he was impressed by Hassan Ali’s passion for nature and his dedication to documenting the birds of the Botanical Gardens. He also encouraged more young people to follow in Hassan Ali’s footsteps and explore the natural world around them.

    The story of Hassan Ali’s book has inspired many people across India, with many taking to social media to express their admiration for the young author. Some have even suggested that his book should be made available in schools and libraries across the country, in order to inspire more young people to take an interest in nature and conservation. Whatever the future holds for Hassan Ali, his story is a reminder of the power of passion and dedication, and the importance of nurturing these qualities in young people.

    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
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