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    The Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) hospital has completed 50 successful kidney transplant surgeries in the past four months under the Arogyasree scheme. This scheme provides free treatment worth 15 lakhs per patient and is run by the State government. NIMS hospital has been performing kidney transplant operations since 2014 and has completed a total of 862 surgeries to date. Last year, the hospital performed 93 kidney transplant surgeries.

    On Labour Day, Shaik Salauddin, founder and President of Telangana Gig and Platforms Workers Union (TGPWU), was awarded ‘Shrama Shakthi’ by Minister of Labour and Employment Ch Malla Reddy and Chairman of Social Security Board for Unorganised Workers of Telangana Devender Reddy.

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    Members of the Suburban Train Travelers Association and denizens submitted a representation to the SCR (South Central Railway) officials to revise the timings of suburban train services as most trains are running empty due to poor timing.

    In Telangana, the number of Covid recoveries has been more than the number of positive cases during the last few days. The recovery rate is at 99.48 per cent.

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    The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Disaster Response Force (DRF) received over 350 rain-related complaints from Sunday evening till Monday morning following intermittent rainfall and thunderstorms in the city on Sunday night.

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