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27.5.23

Dr. Raghu Ram, Founding Director, KIMS-USHALAKSHMI Centre for Breast Diseases calls on the Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan

Dr. P. Raghu Ram, Founding Director, KIMS-USHALAKSHMI Centre for Breast Diseases was on saturday called on Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan, Hon’ble Governor of Telangana at the Raj Bhavan.

He narrated his outstanding service towards improving Breast cancer care in India and his pioneering efforts to create awareness amongst the citizenry about the importance of early detection of breast cancer through a number of innovative initiatives.

In an endeavour to create much greater impact amongst the younger generation about breast cancer advocacy, Dr Raghu Ram requested the Governor to facilitate the Foundation to empower the students studying in various Universities across Telangana, to which she readily agreed.

Dr. Raghu Ram then presented the First Print Copy of the 33rd quarterly issue of PINK CONNEXION (May - July 2023), an initiative of Ushalakshmi Breast cancer Foundation.

Hon'ble Governor appreciated the efforts of Dr. Raghu Ram for his pioneering efforts to create awareness amongst the citizenry about the importance of early detection of breast cancer.

-Press note




 

Statistics and Data Analytics Play a Vital Role in the Nation's Development, emphasizes Governor














Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan, Hon'ble Governor, highlighted the crucial role of data analytics and statistics in effective policy-making for the development of the country. Addressing the probationars of the Indian Statistical Service (ISS) 2021 and 2022 batches undergoing training at the Dr. CR Rao Advanced Institute of Statistics, Mathematics, and Computer Science in Hyderabad, she emphasized the need for efficient data analytics and its presentation to facilitate informed policy decisions.

During the interaction, the Governor encouraged the young probationars to utilize alumni data and conduct data analysis pertaining to alumni from various universities in the state. She expressed that this data could be used to inspire alumni to contribute to the current generation of students in their respective alma maters.

Furthermore, Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan urged the Indian Statistical Service officers to develop a comprehensive database related to the health, nutrition, and socio-economic status of tribal communities. This initiative aims to facilitate effective planning and the implementation of appropriate interventions.

The Governor also emphasized the increasing significance of statistics and data analytics across diverse fields at the global level. She acknowledged the pivotal role played by ISS officers in the defense sector and other vital areas of the country, applauding their contributions to nation's development and stability.

Senior officials of Raj Bhavan, and the probationars of ISS were present during the event.

25.5.23

Concrete Retaining Wall In Down Ghat Road








Tirupati, 23 May 2023: TTD Chairman Sri YV Subba Reddy directed officials to conduct enquiry on the bus accident that occurred on Wednesday on the Tirumala Tirupati down ghat road and submit a detailed report on the same. 

 

TTD Chairman on Thursday visited the site where the bus mishap happened and reviewed the issues connected with the accident. 

 

Speaking to the media later he said the Olectra company and RTC officials had informed that there was no technical fault but over speeding and human error shall be probed. 

 

The Chairman said fortunately with the benign blessings of Sri Venkateswara Swamy none of devotees injured and RTC made all alternative arrangements ensuing safe transportation of passengers to Tirupati.

 

He said officials concerned have been instructed to give more training to drivers on electric buses and ensure safety of passengers.

 

TTD CVSO Sri Narasimha Kishore, Transport GM Sri Shesha Reddy, RTC RM Sri Chengal Reddy, Olectra electric bus manufacturing company representatives were present. 

 

24.5.23

Governor extends financial support to para-athlete





Hon’ble Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan on Tuesday extended a financial support of Rs 50,000 to para-athlete K. Lokeshwari enabling her to get the professional training to excel in her chosen sport.

Ms. Lokeshwari, a budding para-athlete, is taking training in Shotput and Discuss Throw, and is nurturing ambitions to represent the country at the international competitions. The Governor handed over the cheque to Lokeshwari at Raj Bhavan, here.

The Governor motivated the para-athlete and wished her good luck in all her sporting endeavours and assured of her all necessary help.

22.5.23

Ram Charan, Chosen to Represent Indian Film Industry at G20 Summit





Ram Charan, the internationally acclaimed actor, has once again brought pride to India in the remarkable year of 2023. Alongside his extraordinary performance in the film RRR, which garnered immense global acclaim, he has forged deeper connections with his extensive fan base worldwide.


Ram Charan has been selected as the esteemed representative of the Indian Film Industry, attending the G20 Summit in Srinagar. In this prestigious role, he showcased his personal experiences and highlighted India's potential to become one of the world's leading filming destinations.

During his session, the Ramcharan emphasized India's captivating cultural diversity, picturesque locations, cost-effectiveness, and availability of state-of-the-art technology, making it an ideal location for film production. The focus of his dialogue was centred around film tourism, encouraging active participation from G20 member countries.

Speaking of Film Tourism Ram Charan said, “"I am truly grateful for the opportunity to showcase the richness of our rooted culture and mysticism through my films. Indian Cinema possesses a unique beauty in its ability to impart valuable life lessons through highly relatable content."

Shri. G. Kishan Reddy, Hon’ble Minister of Tourism, Culture and development of North Eastern Region said, “"Ram Charan has consistently demonstrated his charismatic appeal to the masses by winning the hearts of global audiences through his humility and remarkable performances. We take pride in having him as the representative of the Indian film industry at the G20 Summit in Srinagar. His dedication to wildlife conservation and eco-tourism will serve as a powerful inspiration for the youth by encouraging them to preserve and showcase the natural beauty of our country."

Yuva Sangams help students discover the soul of India: Governor

“The student exchange programmes taken up under the Yuva Sangam initiative enable the students discover the true soul of our country,” said Hon’ble Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan.

She said that the students from different states are having the immersive experience of other states through their visits as part of the Yuva Sangams and are discovering the true glory and our unique cultural connect of our country.

The Governor was interacting with the students from Uttarakhand, visiting Telangana State as part of the Yuva Sangam, jointly coordinated by IIT, Roorky, and NIT, Warangal, at Raj Bhavan, here, on Sunday evening.

Referring to the overarching initiative of the Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharath, as envisioned by Hon’ble Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, she said that these initiatives are helping the younger generation to understand our glorious past, our progress, and work for our even glorious future of the country.

The students from the Uttarakhand as part of their Yuva Sangam tour have visited the historic Ramappa Temple, Thousand Pillars Temples, Sammakka-Sarakka tribal deities at Medaram, and have also visited the pump houses of irrigation projects in Warangal and Karimnagar districts. In Hyderabad, the Uttarakhand contingent also visited T-Hub, Tank Bund, Golconda Fort and other important places.








The Governor appreciated the functionaries of the IIT, Roorky, and NIT, Warangal, for coordinating this Yuva Sangam and facilitating the mutual student exchange programmes between the two states.

-Press note

17.5.23

Sikkim State Day celebrated at Raj Bhavan











The Raj Bhavan, here, witnessed colourful celebrations of State Day of Sikkim on Tuesday.

Addressing the State Day of Sikkim celebrations, Hon’ble Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan said that as per the vision of Hon’ble Prime Minister, the formation days of different States are being celebrated in the Raj Bhavans across the country.

The celebration of different States’ formation days promotes the spirit of Ek Bharat-Shreshta Bharat.

She said that Sikkim has rich historic heritage and the people of Sikkim are nature-loving. “Sikkim represents the unique cultural identity of our country in more ways than one,” she added.

The Sikkim, which is known as the Land of Rubber, is also signifies the country’s unity in diversity and lauded the democratic decision of the Sikkim people to merge with India.

The Governor stated that the spiritual land of Sikkim is known for its rich ancient architectural marvels.

Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan also remembered the services of late V Rama Rao, who belonged to Telangana, as the Governor of Sikkim.

People from different walks of life belonging to Sikkim shared their views and took part in the celebrations at the Raj Bhavan.

 

16.5.23

Governor launches Read India-Lead India campaign at Raj Bhavan

















Hon’ble Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan on Monday exhorted the students to imbibe the habit of reading and writing from early age.

“Reading gives a comprehensive perspective on various issues and transforms you as a leader. Reading also gives an added advantage in the competitive world,” she said.

The Governor was launching the Read India-Lead India Campaign, organised by Raj Bhavan in association with the National Book Trust, New Delhi, at the Raj Bhavan’s Community Hall, here.

Reminiscing her student days, Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan said that her father had presented her with books of Swami Vivekananda and legendary Tamil poet Bharatiyar.

“Those books have inspired me a lot. They instilled the sense of confidence in me. I still keep that habit of reading at least for an hour a day. Every home must have a book room,” she added.

The Governor stated that reading of books helps one in gaining knowledge and added that knowledge can be used as a power to bring reforms in the society.

As part of the event, the Governor presented “Exam Warriors,” book penned by Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to all the students participated in the meeting.

Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan appreciated the efforts of the National Book Trust, New Delhi, in promoting the habit of book reading among the younger generation.

Senior functionaries of the National Book Trust, Raj Bhavan, and students in large numbers were present in the meeting.

-Press note