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Cloudy sky forecast

The sky will be generally cloudy on Saturday with chances of light rain in parts of the city. The minimum temperature is likely to be 19 degree Celsius. The maximum and minimum temperatures recorded on Friday were 29 degree Celsius and 19.3 degree Celsius respectively while the relative humidity stood at 48 per cent.

Shekawat coming

The Vice-President, Bhairon Singh Shekawat, will arrive in the city on February 3 on a two-

day visit. He will inaugurate the 13th all-India whips' conference on February 4. Mr. Shekawat will return to New Delhi in the evening by a special IAF aircraft.

HUDA caution

The Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has cautioned the public against purchase of any plots or entering into any transaction in the land bearing survey numbers 199/27 of Kapra village of Keesara mandal, Ranga Reddy district, since the draft layout permission and group housing scheme has been withdrawn and cancelled for non-compliance of layout works by the developer, according to a press release.

Open varsity

teleconference

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University will organise a live teleconference programme for its students, counsellors and co-ordinators of study centres on January 30 through the DD-8 channel from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The Vice-Chancellor, D. Ram Chandram, will participate in the teleconference, which can be accessed over the phone numbers 040-27031431, 27031432 and 27031433, according to a press release.

Homoeo clinic

The Superintendent of Government Homoeopathic Hospital, Ramanthapur, B. Sohan Singh, who is retiring on January 31 after 33 years of service, will set up a clinic in Jubilee Hills for the public.

Dr. Singh, who spent 29 years of his service in teaching, told reporters here on Friday that he had donated Rs. 50 lakhs through the Dharma Kiran Trust to the hospital and homoeo colleges in the State. The trust is named after his son, Dharma Kiran.

Free eye camp

A team of doctors from Sadhuram Eye Hospital will be available for consultation at a free eye camp being organised by the Lions Club of Hyderabad, Charminar, the Markazi Anjuman-e-Mahdavia and the Khan Bahadur Babukhan Foundation on January 30.

The camp will be held on the premises of Markazi Anjuman-e-Mahdavia, Chanchalguda, from 8.30 a.m. onwards. Patients requiring surgery for cataract removal (IOL) free of cost will be identified at the camp, according to a press release.

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