1. In the past, before the advent of television, people would tune in to the radio to listen to the commentary of the celestial wedding of Lord Rama at Bhadrachalam. The commentators, who were well-versed in Sastras and traditional rituals, would vividly describe the proceedings of the event, providing a visual treat to the listeners.
2. The Lord Sita Rama Bramotsavalu is currently being celebrated at the Lord Rama temple in Bhadrachalam. The festivities began on March 22 and will continue until April 5. As part of the Bramotsavalu, various events such as Anukurapana, DwajapataLekhanam, and Garudhadivanam were conducted by the priests in a grand manner. The main events of the celestial wedding, Pattabhishekm, and Chakrasnanam will take place on April 4-5.
3. To ease the burden of medical costs on the middle class and poor, the government has allocated Rs 90 lakh to acquire modern diagnostic equipment at the MCH Hospital in Wanaparthy. This move will enable the hospital to provide free tests to the public.
4. Despite the distribution of ration rice to beneficiaries in Karimnagar, dealers have not received their commission money for two months. This has resulted in dealers bearing the expenses of maintenance, rent, porter, and other costs of running ration shops. The dealers are questioning their situation if they do not receive their commission payments on time.
5. The Municipal Councillors of Ibrahimpatnam in Rangareddy have resigned from their posts, demanding immediate action against the corruption of Municipal Chairperson K Sravanthi. They have also lodged a complaint with the collector earlier and requested a motion of no confidence against the Municipal Chairperson.