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    The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation’s Enforcement, Vigilance and Disaster Management (EV&DM) wing has recently implemented a new regulation requiring all business establishments with an area of 100 sq-metres or more in Greater Hyderabad to install fire safety equipment. This measure aims to reduce the number of fire accidents in the city and ensure the safety of traders, their property and goods.

    In other news, the 200-year-old historical step wells on the Osmania University campus have been neglected for years. However, the HMDA (Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority) in association with other organisations such as Rainwater Project, Lions Club, and Osmania University students have begun restoration works of the stepwell. This project will help preserve the historical significance of the wells while also benefiting the environment.

    The Telangana State Secretary to IT and Industries department, Jayesh Ranjan, has announced that the digital infrastructure in Hyderabad will cater to the educational needs of school students. With the aim of promoting holistic development, digital classrooms are shaping and nurturing students’ dreams in this digital revolution.

    Residents of Saket located in Secunderabad have taken an admirable initiative to tackle the problem of waste management. They have recognized vermicomposting as the only sustainable solution and are actively working towards developing their own compost from trash and dry leaves. The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has recognized their efforts by providing them with an apprehension certificate.

    Lastly, high tension prevailed at the Board of Secondary Education, Telangana State on Monday as various student organizations staged a protest against the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination’s first language paper leak. They demanded the suspension of concerned officials of the education department and a thorough inquiry into the paper leak incident to prevent any loss to students.

    Rajesh M
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