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Partly cloudy

sky forecast

The sky will be partly cloudy on Thursday with chances of thunderclouds developing in the evening or night. The maximum and minimum temperature recorded on Wednesday were 32.5 degree Celsius and 22.6 degree Celsius while the relative humidity stood at 54 per cent. A rainfall of 0.7 mm was reported till 8.30 p.m.

Training camp

for Hajis

The first training camp for Hajis from the city, is scheduled to be inaugurated by the Minister for Minorities Welfare, Md.Fareeduddin at Hi-Tech Garden Function Hall, Moosarambagh or near Water Tank, Old Malakpet, on Sunday at 11 a.m. Further details can be had over phone number : 23298793.

Inter-school

debate

The regional rounds of the Outlook Speak Out National Inter-School Debate Competition held here on Wednesday saw the Nasr High School team, comprising Rachitha Bhat and Aksha Anand, emerging as the winners among 19 schools. The debate on `We are paying a heavy price for development', which was held at the St. Paul's High School, Hyderguda, had St. Ann's High School's Kanika Kumar and Divya as first runners-up, and Gitanjali Senior High School's Karishma Menon and Aarnav Gupta as second runners-up.

Awareness

programme

As part of the Year of Scientific Awareness (YSA)-2004, the Confederation of Voluntary Associations conducted awareness programmes for students and teachers of both the boys and girls wings of I.Z.M.Sajjadiya (Canada) High School, here on Wednesday.

ESI branch

office opened

The Minister for Labour and employment, G. Vinod, inaugurated a new branch office of the Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESI) at L.B. Nagar on Wednesday.

The new office would benefit about 25,000 insured persons hailing from Moazamjahi market, Dilsuknagar, Saroornagar and Uppal of the Twin cities and neighbouring Choutuppal, Nalgonda, Miryalaguda and Suryapet areas to avail cash benefits.

Computer

course

Literacy House in Andhra Mahila Sabha is organising a two-week short term basic course in computer hardware.

The course will be conducted in two batches between 2.30 and 4 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. and 6 p.m. daily from Monday to Friday at the AMS Academic Campus OU Road.

Further details can be had from Ramalakshmi, Literacy House, AMS academic Campus, OU Road or on phones 27098406 and 27096464.

Free coaching

for Edcet

Centre for Educational Development of Minorities, Osmania University, is providing free coaching for the minorities for Edcet - 2004 from September 25 to October 15.

Coaching classes would be conducted at Nizam college, Hyderabad, regional centres at Osmania college, Kurnool, Andhra Muslim College, Guntur and DIET, Mahabubnagar.

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