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    The tourism department in Mahbubnagar is providing tent accommodation for visitors. They are also using CCTV cameras to monitor tiger movements. The Chief Minister has asked the Telangana State Tourism Development Corporation (TSTDC) to prioritize facilities for visitors exploring irrigation projects.

    The tourism department in Telangana is focusing on eco-tourism in forested regions. They want to showcase the state’s environmental assets and promote sustainable development. The Managing Director of TSTDC, B Manohar Rao, said they have provided accommodation facilities near Srisailam and the Kadem irrigation project.

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    The tourism department is also promoting health tourism in Anantagiri. They have set aside 200 acres for this purpose. Anantagiri has a rich historical legacy and favorable climatic conditions for health tourism.

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    To enhance tourism in the state, the tourism department has visited South Korea, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat for inspiration. They plan to develop a musical fountain at the Lower Manair Dam and offer tent accommodations in Mahbubnagar.

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    CCTV cameras have been installed to monitor tiger movements and ensure visitor safety. The Chief Minister has directed the TSTDC to prioritize facilities for visitors exploring irrigation projects like the Mallanasagar, Ranganayaksagar, and Kondapochamma reservoirs.

    The tourism department is also working on promoting tourism in locations like Komaticheruvu, Pedda Cheruvu, and Manair Dam. They are focusing on beautifying the surroundings of water bodies to enhance their appeal to local residents.

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