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Increase likely in temperature

The minimum temperature is likely to be 17 degrees C on Thursday.

On Wednesday, the maximum temperature was 31.4 degrees C, minimum temperature 16.5 degrees C and relative humidity 45 per cent.

`Upanayanam' programme

The Brahman International Society, Dayanandnagar, Malkajgiri, will organise mass "upanayanam" on March 6 at Vijaya Vinayaka temple, Vaninagar. Parents may contact the organisation. Details could be obtained from the society (tel.27057562, 27060631), according to Y.P.Rama Rao, general secretary.

Students' event

The Indian Chemical Engineering Students Congress's annual event "iChescon" is being hosted by Osmania University College of Technology this year on February 20 and 21 at the University College of Technology. Students from all over India are participating in the event, which would be a mix of academic and entertainment events. Further details can be had from www.ichescon-2004.com, according to a press release.

Symposium The Departments of CSE and EEE of the Osmania University Engineering College are conducting a national symposium - "Infinity - 2K4" wherein students from all over the country will exhibit their talents in various fields of computer science. The event has lots of competitions. Further details can be had from Meher Aditya, student organiser on 94404-84804, according to a press release.

Railway staff plan protest

Railway employees owing allegiance to the South Central Railway Employees Sangh will go in processions from the Lalaguda workshop, Secunderabad railway station and sangh office at Chilkalguda and later participate in a lunch-hour demonstration at the Rail Nilayam on February 20 as per a call given by the National Joint Consultative Machinery (NJCM) of Central Government employees to protest against the "anti-working class policies" of the Centre.

The NJCM called for demonstrations in front of all Central Government offices between February 16 and 20 demanding withdrawal of moves to downsize Government establishments, lifting of ban on recruitment, improvement of employment opportunities and setting up of the sixth Pay Commission, a press release said.

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