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Rs 5 lakh insurance cover to Farmers

All the farmers in Telangana, who are aged between 18 and 60years, will get 5 lakh insurance coverage from 15 August 2018.The state government will pay the premium on behalf of around 50 lakh farmers and the LIC will pay the insurance amount in case of death of any farmer. This is the first time in the country that farmers are getting Rs 5 lakh insurance coverage in Telangana. The…

Publish date: 26/06/2018
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Rythu Bandhu Scheme

Telangana leads the way in farmer empowerment with its Rythu Bandhu scheme. It is the first ever farmer investment support scheme in India . Farmers Investment Support Scheme (FISS) Key features of the scheme: Rs 8000 per acre grant to all Telangana farmers every year (Rs 4000 per crop season). Rs 12000 crores budget allocated for the scheme (financial year 2018-19). 58 lakh farmers in the…

Publish date: 26/06/2018
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Sheep Distribution Scheme

The Government of Telangana has launched yet another welfare scheme for the Yadava and Kurma communities. The Government will be distributing about 42 lakh sheeps to the eligible people across the state.42 lakhs of sheep are being distributed in the present financial year and equal number of sheep will be distributed next year. The sheep will be provided with 75 per cent subsidy.A three-member committee comprising MRO, MDO and a…

Publish date: 09/03/2018
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Land distribution to Dalits

Another significant welfare scheme of the government that provides 3 acres of agricultural land to landless SC women, along with the provision for creation of irrigation facilities, land development and other agricultural inputs for their sustained livelihood. Government distributed 2,524 acres of land to 959 Dalits spending Rs 94 crore in the first year.

Publish date: 09/03/2018
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Housing for the poor

This hallmark initiative of the Telangana government is intended to provide quality and respectable housing to the poor. The ?housing for the poor? plan provides for two and three storied buildings with the 2 BHK flats in Hyderabad and other urban areas while they are to be built as independent houses in rural areas. A pilot has been taken up at IDH Colony in Bhoidguda, Secunderabad. As many as 396…

Publish date: 09/03/2018
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Aasara pensions

As a part of its welfare measures and social safety net strategy, the Telangana government has introduced the Aasara pensions, with a view to ensure secured life with dignity for all the poor. Aasara pension scheme is meant to protect the most vulnerable sections of society in particular the old and infirm, people with HIV-AIDS, widows, incapacitated weavers and toddy tappers, who have lost their means of livelihood with growing…

Publish date: 09/03/2018
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Arogya Lakshmi

Telangana government provides one nutritious meal every day to pregnant and lactating women and children below the age of six through Anganwadi centres. The scheme was launched officially on January 1, 2015 by Honourable Chief Minister Sri K. Chandrashekar Rao. For the women, 200 ml of milk for 25 days a month and one egg each day will be given with meal. Children, aged between seven months and three years…

Publish date: 09/03/2018
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Haritha Haram

Another flagship programme of the government, Telanganaku Haritha Haram envisages increasing the green cover of the State from the present 25.16 to 33 per cent of the total geographical area. A total of 230 crore seedlings would be raised in the coming three years starting the first week of July celebrated as Green Week. Fifty lakh saplings would be planted in GHMC limits alone this monsoon. Forest Department and District…

Publish date: 09/03/2018
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Mission Bhagiratha

Under the Telangana Drinking Water Supply Project, a mammoth 1.30 lakh km stretch of pipelines would be laid to quench the thirst of Telangana towns and villages apart from providing water for the industrial needs. For this project, surface water of perennial rivers and major reservoirs would be utilised as a raw water source.Taken up with an estimated cost of Rs 35,000 crore, Mission Bhagiratha is intended to ensure that…

Publish date: 09/03/2018
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Mission Kakatiya

A flagship programme of the government aimed at restoring 46,300 tanks in five years spending Rs 20,000 crore. Works of about 8,000 tanks, costing Rs 3,000 crore, is underway and would be completed before the onset of monsoon. The initiative will improve the ground water table, reduce the power consumption by farm sector, get higher yields, spur the growth of livestock and rejuvenate rural economy on the whole. A mammoth…

Publish date: 09/03/2018
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