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Cabinet gives nod to koneru panel report on land reforms

Posted by on February 14, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad, Feb.14 : The State Cabinet on Monday approved the report of Koneru Ranga Rao Committee appointed to study land reforms and recommendations. The Cabinet also took a decision to release Rs 150 crores to six sugar factories.

The Cabinet met here on Monday with the Chief Minister, Mr N Kiran Kumar Reddy, presiding and took several decisions. The Cabinet has taken a decision to allot land to several organizations. House sites were allotted to the teachers in Tirupati Urban mandal.

The Cabinet also passed a resolution identifying the Thammali Caste, which exists in the Telangana region, as a BC Caste. The Cabinet also approved the Justice Pandu Ranga Rao’s report on Elugubanti Suryanarayana Rao’s scam.

The Cabinet allotted one acre land to the Mentally Disabled Education Centre in Imanpur in Medak district. The Cabinet also allotted nine acre land to the Matha Santhoshi Trust in Kalva village. The Cabinet has given a green signal to fill 35 vacant posts in the Rayalaseema University. It also allotted nine acres land to the Tata Fundamental Research Institute in Ranga Reddy district and 1.35 acre land to the 33KV Sub-Station at Rajampet in Kadapa district.

The Cabinet also okayed filling of teaching and non-teaching staff and principals in 65 colleges established during 2008-09 and 2009-10. The Cabinet also decided to issue 10-year bonds to mobilize Rs 200 crores. (NSS)

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