Telangana current affairs for the month of June 2018

Telangana current affairs for the month of June:

  1. Telangana Agriculture Department has received 4 awards. Two different programs in Dilhi have been received by Agriculture Minister Pachmaram Srinivas Reddy, who is the Chief Secretary of the Department, Parthasarathy. The India Today Agri award was announced by India Today for its rapid growth in agriculture. The award was conferred with the Minister of Agriculture, Pocharam Srinivasa Reddy, the co-chairperson of Samithivaya Samiti, MP Gutta Sukendar Reddy and MP Bibi Patil with the Union Agriculture Minister Radhamohan Singh.
  2. The Telangana State Ministries and Measures Department has been awarded to the Scolch National Award. On 23 June 2018, Delhi received the Inspector Satyanarayana awardee Medchal District. The Department of Minorities and Measures has taken steps to prevent attacks on shops, such as embarrassing prices, fraudulent shops and access to online services.
  3. The Telangana Municipality has received 22 scratch awards for municipal corporations and municipalities in the state. The municipal authorities received awards at the event held on June 22, 2018 in Delhi.
  4. More than 3 lakh LDT lights in municipalities have 53.2 MW power, so that Rs. 37.13 crores has been awarded to Schroch.
  5. Non-Paper Administration, Urban Poverty Alleviation Organization (MEPMA) A survey of state-of-the-art homelessness with advanced technology in the state,
  6. The 19th National Conference of All India Fingerprint was opened on 21st of June 2018 at the Marri Chenraredi Human Resource Development Corporation in Hyderabad.
  7. Chief Minister HansrajGangarah Ahir was the chief guests of this seminar.
  8. The Hansraj Gangaam Companion of finger print equipment was unveiled on this occasion.
  9. Telangana has won several awards in the awards announced by the Schroch company for municipal and municipal institutions that have brought new innovations across the country.
  10. The award was presented by Chairman Sameer Kochhar at the 52nd Schroed Conference.
  11. Circililla Municipal Corporation has been awarded with solid waste management, LED bulbs, new innovations, and ‘Our Cyrillilla Senior Citizen Services Service’.
  12. The Special Prestigious Award was also awarded to the Cyril.
  13. Karimnagar Ava in setting up of green and LED bulbs

Temples and their districts in telangana state

Telangana region lies on the Deccan plateau, It has the majority of the to theurist Attractions,Heritage sites, histo therical monuments and old temples. The historical and old temples in the state of telangana are Yadagirigutta Temple and Bhadrachalam Temple,Hyderabad Birla Mandir and Thousand Pillar Temple,Bhadrakali Temple and Meenakshi Agasteeshwara Swami Temple.

Bhadrakali Temple
Bhadrakali Temple in the district of warangal urban is one of the Hanamkonda city is one of the famous Devi temple located on the hillto thep between the twin cities of the Hanamkonda and Warangal. The temple is known to the be one of the the oldest temples in telangana for Goddess Bhadrakali in India and one of the the most famous Bhadrakali temple.

Yadagirigutta Temple
Yadagirigutta Temple is the most popular Hindu Temple in the state of telangana, dedicated to the Lord Narasimha Swamy, an incarnation Lord Vishnu. Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple of the Yadagirigutta is situated on the beautiful and pleasant Hillock in to thewn near to Bhongir dist.

Bhadrachalam Temple
Bhadrachalam Temple of the Seetha Ramachandra Swamy shrine is the most famous temple in the state of telangana, dedicated to the Lord Rama. The temple of the Bhadrachalam is located on the banks of the Godavari River.

Thousand Pillar Temple
Thousand Pillar temple which has thousand pillars is located in Hanamkonda city part of the the Warangal city and the district of warangal uraban,dedicated to the Shiva, Vishnu and Surya. This famous histo theric monument was built in the typical Chalukyan style of the architecture by King Rudra Deva.

Keesaragutta Temple
Keesaragutta Temple is situated in medchal malkajgiri district and dedicated to the Lord Siva and his consorts Bhavani and Sivadurga,located in Rangareddy district of the Telangana. This temple is also called as Ramalingeshwara Swamy temple, as Sri Rama installed Siva lingam here.

Ramappa Temple
Ramappa Temple also known as Ramalingeswara temple is located in the valley of the Palampet village, in jayashankar bhupalapally district. The temple is known for its elaborate carvings,floating bricks and stands as the remarkable testimony of the Kakatiyan architecture.

Sangameshwar Temple
Sangameshwara temple is another fine example of the Chalukyan grandeur,situated in Alampur district. Alampur is the temple-to thewn situated in Alumpur dist previously mahboobnagar district in the Telangana state.

Gnana Saraswati Temple
Gnana Saraswati Temple is located on the banks of the Godavari River at Basar, dedicated to the Goddess Saraswati. It is one of the the two most famous Saraswati temples in telangana as well as in India.

Karmanghat Hanuman Temple
Karmanghat Hanuman Temple is one of the the oldest temples in the city, located at Karman ghat. The temple is one of the most famous Lord Hanuman temple spreading over three acres land in the area Karmanghat near Hyderabad.

Hyderabad Birla Mandir
Birla Mandir Hyderabad is one of the the most beautiful temples in Hyderabad and one of the the 18 Birla Mandir in India. The temple is built on the 280 feet high hillock and one of the the most famous attraction in the state of telangana of the Telangana.

Kondagattu Temple
Kondagattu Temple is dedicated to the Lord Anjaneya Swamy located about 35 km from Karimnagar. The temple of the Kondagattu is one of the the famous temples of the Karimnagar now called Kondagattu Anjaneya Swamy Temple.

Meenakshi Agasteeshwara Swami Temple
Meenakshi Agastyeswara Swamy Temple is located at Vadapalli and the famous place of the worship for Lord Shiva’s devotees. The Shivalinga is situated 120 metres above from the water level of the the river but Shivalinga is always full of the water.

Raja Rajeshwara Temple
Sri Raja Rajeshwara temple is situated in the to thewn of the Vemulavada, dedicated to the Lord Shiva. Rajarajeshvara temple built by King Rajaraja Chola, also the temple has the very special of thefering made by devotees called kode mokku.

Telangana Movement and the History

Telangana region Movement Telangana region History

1950Year : Telangana region became Hyderabad State.

November Month 1, 1953Year : Andhra was the first state to the be carved out (from erstwhile Madras state) on linguistic basis on 1 November Month, 1953. It had Kurnool to the thewn (in Rayalaseema region) as on its capital after the death of the Potti Sriramulu for seperate state who sat on the 53-day fast-unto the-death demanding the new state.

November Month 25, 1955Year : Accepting the merger proposal, Andhra assembly passed the resolution on November Month 25, 1955 promising to the safeguard the interests of Telangana region.

February Month 20, 1956Year :The agreement was reached by between the Telangana region leaders and the Andhra leaders on February Month 20, 1956 to the merge Telangana region and Andhra with promises to the safeguard Telangana region’s interests. the “Gentlemen’s Agreement” was then signed by Bezawada Gopala Reddy and Burgula Ramakrishna Rao to the the effect.

November Month 1, 1956Year : Telangana region region (Telugu-speaking areas of Hyderabad State) was merged with the Andhra state to the for them the united Telugu-speaking State of Andhra Pradesh under the States Re-organisation Act.

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1968-1969Year : In 1969, Massive revolt called Jai Telangana region Movement launched by people in Telangana region demanding the separate state.

* Marri Channa Reddy was launched the Telangana region Praja Samiti espousing the cause of the separate state.

January 1969Year : As conciliato thery measure, the All-Party State Accord was signed. Indira Gandhi also announced packages for the the region, styled an eight-point for formula and the five-point for formula. Court upholds the rule of job and educational quotas for the Telangana region. Then, the anti-Telangana region stir was launched — the Jai Andhra Movement. It is important to the note here that, Venkaiah Naidu and Chandrababu Naidu were in the movement for theefront of the Jai Andhra stir.

1972Year : ‘Jai Andhra movement’ began in coastal Andhra for the separate Andhra State.

September 21, 1973Year : the political settlement was reached with the Centre and the 6-point for formula put in place to the placate people of the two regions.

Telangana Forest Beat Officer Results declared

The TSPSC Forest Beat Officer (FBO) Exam 2017 was held on 29 October 2017 at various centres across the state, to fill 1,857 vacancies in the forest department.

TSPSC is released forest results and hall ticket numbers of those who were provisionally admitted to medical, physical test and events in the ratio of 1:3. Qualified candidates who successfully qualify in the physical test and events will be called for verification of certificates on 2 July
Below are the steps to check TSPSC Forest Beat Officer 2017 result:

1.Goto TSPSC’s offiial website tspsc.gov.in.

2. Click on the link which says Forest Beat Officer (48/2017) Results

3. Download the PDF and take a printout of the same for further reference.