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    Telangana assembly meetings have started, with the Speaker of the Assembly beginning with a question and answer session. Minister KTR answered questions about IT exports, stating that they are increasing significantly in the state. He also highlighted that there are no inter-caste or religion conflicts in Telangana.

    Comparing the growth of IT in the country, KTR mentioned that the progress in Telangana is four times greater. He credited this accomplishment to the leadership of KCR, who he described as a courageous and capable leader. KTR emphasized that the state’s success is due to competent leadership and a stable government.

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    KTR criticized the decline of the IT industry in Gurugram, which was once a prominent location. He pointed out that the first IT tower in Begumpet, Hyderabad was established in 1987. In 27 years, the total IT exports were only Rs. 56,000 crores, while last year alone it reached Rs. 57,707 crores.

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    Highlighting the success of Telangana, KTR mentioned that many leading IT companies from around the world are now coming to Hyderabad. He also stated that over 600,000 IT jobs have been created since the formation of Telangana state. Additionally, the prices of land in the state have significantly increased, with an acre now valued at Rs. 100 crores.

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