Pragati bags ‘best theme based resort’ Conferred by Telangana tourism Dept.

Hyderabad, 27th September, 2015:  In a glittering ceremony held at Taramati Baradari, Telangana Tourism Department gave away the Tourism awards on Sunday to coincide with the World Tourism Day. Pragati Resorts received ‘the Best Theme based Resort’ award for the year 2015 from K. Taraka Rama  Rao, Minister for IT and Panchayat Raj.  Addressing the august gathering KTR congratulated the award recipients and spoke about the wide potential of tourism to boost the economy of the state.  KTR said that the economies of countries like Malaysia, Singapore and Srilanka are dependent on tourism sector to a large extent while the tremendous potential of tourism in India with its multi cultural and linguistic diversity remained untapped.  A young state like Telangana promises boundless opportunities where imagination is the limit. Government can act only as a catalyst but with the active participation of various stake holders in the public private partnership mode.

Talking about the recent initiatives taken by the Telangana Government he said that the government has increased the tourism budget to INR 600 crore for 2015-16.  In line with the state government’s focus on ecotourism and adventure tourism the central government is expected to grant 100 CR towards development of integrated eco-tourism circuit of Mahabubnagar.

Pragati Resorts sprawling over 85 acres of greenery, a nature’s paradise and a part of 2500 Pragati Biodiversity knowledge Park located in Poddutur and surrounding villages in Shankarpalli mandal of RR district in close proximity to the famous Chilkur Balaji Temple has secured this distinction for adopting the biodiversity theme.  Pragati received the best biodiversity project award from Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India conferred by NAREDCO in 2014.  Besides a series of tourism awards conferred by the State Government in the previous years Pragati has a real distinction for bagging the award for eco-friendly project for the years 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2012.

The award function was presided over by B. Venkatesham, Secretary – Tourism Department attended by K.V. Ramana Chary Advisor to Govt, P. Ramulu – Chairman, TS TDC, Christina, Managing Director TS TDC and other senior officials.  On the occasion a Coffee table book on ‘Ancient temples of Telangana’ and another on ‘Protected monuments of Telangana’ was released.  Also inaugurated a Mobile application on Tourism, Website of Department of Archaeology & Museum, Touch screen Kiosk, Short film on Archaeological and historical sites of Telangana.

Pragati Resorts and the knowledge park has been in the news in the recent past for having created a zero pollution environment free from mosquitoes, bad bacteria, viruses through the 780 varieties of sacred herbal heritage medicinal plantation that remove toxins and refresh an individual through aroma therapy.  The contribution of Pragati for conservation of Biodiversity has been acknowledged by the UN Biodiversity convention in the presence of 600 city mayors of the world during the COP-11 event held in October, 2012.  The 2.5 million plantation in the area with innovative techniques of gardening including Organic farming besides augmenting the water resources with water harvesting, drip irrigation, water sprinklers has reduced the temperature levels here by 6 – 7 degrees as compared to city levels. The Biodiversity inventory survey conducted in 2011 by WWF certified the existence of 181 species and 74 families in the area.

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Chief Minister KCR has been referring to Pragati as a role model for creation of mosquito free zone in his recent public addresses and directing the concerned officials to visit Pragati along with the representatives of welfare associations and other local bodies to acquaint themselves with the healthy practices of plantation so that the technology could be replicated across the state. Pragati has also signed an MOU with Govt. of A.P. recently for setting up a world class biodiversity knowledge and theme park in Visakhapatnam.

The sacred heritage medicinal plants, our Aushadies, since time immemorial have helped to strive towards a disease free society. Pragati Resorts and the knowledge park have been developed on the theme of biodiversity by upholding the principles of Indian Vedic culture by giving utmost emphasis to the balanced development of flora and fauna.

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Pragati sign’s MOU with AP govt for Biodiversity Knowledge Park in Vizag at an investment of 300 crores

Vijayawada, 14th September, 2015: Pragati Group signed a land mark Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Department of Tourism, Government of Andhra Pradesh for development of “World Class Biodiversity Knowledge and theme Park”  in Visakhapatnam District. Pragati’s proposed Biodiversity Park is coming up at Tangudubilli Village, Mutcherla Panchayath, Anandapuram Mandal in Visakhapatnam district with an investment outlay of Rs. 300 crores. The Government of A.P. is in the process of alienation of land for the Project.

The MOU signing marked the launch of A.P. Government’s ‘Tourism Mission and Tourism Policy 2015 – 20’ here on Monday at Hotel Taj Gateway by N Chandra Babu Naidu, chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. It is a part of the Department of Tourism, Govt. of A.P’s initiative for Tourism Development. As a part of the initiative the Government has planned several significant activities towards achieving fast paced growth in the Tourism sector.

Pragati’s proposed world class biodiversity Knowledge and theme park has its own unique features with about 32 thematic components which is first of its kind Bio-Diversity Tourism Project. Each of these components serve as a vehicle for bio-diversity, entertainment, tourist attraction and knowledge centres constructed around the principle theme of wilderness. A project of this stature and detail would cater to both national & international tourist interests. This project is expected to emerge as a land mark and enhance the Brand image of the state in general and Visakhapatnam District in particular.

Pragati group known for its world famous Pragati Biodiversity Knowledge Park near Hyderabad also houses the Pragati Resorts. Pragati’s initiative for conservation of biodiversity and promotion of horticulture, Ayurveda, Naturopathy besides reviving the rich tradition of Indian Culture by promoting festival, agriculture, herbal, health, food, bio and eco tourism, all under one roof has been acknowledged by the global community.

 

Government and private bodies have acknowledged the notable contribution of Pragati as a global university for learning and skill development in Herbal plantations, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, other than the above mentioned areas. With these myriad hues of life enlivening the horizon of Pragati, the group plans to replicate the model in the proposed thorough the proposed Biodiversity Park at Tangudubilli village in Visakhapatnam.

 

A.P is home to world famous Tirumala Shrine which brings in large revenue and enjoys the longest coastline in the country. The Tourism mission and tourism policy comprises several measures to tap its tourism potential for development of the state. On this occasion 813 crores worth of registration of new projects and 3845 crores worth MoUs between 30 companies and the government of AP for setting up of tourism projects were signed.

The Govt. of A.P. has initiated steps for promotion and implementation of these Biodiversity knowledge and tourism parks all over the state considering their importance and ecological conservation and propagating awareness on biodiversity among the public. These projects will not only contribute to protect the earth from natural calamities, Global warming and deadly viruses but also provides considerable lung space for the people of this region. The Project is expected to emerge as one of the world hot Tourist spots besides having potential to generate both direct and indirect employment. The surrounding villagers are eagerly looking for this kind of projects which will enhance the quality of life and will provide livelihood.

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Karimnagar Villagers surprised to see mosquito free Pragati Resorts

A study team from Chinnamulkanoor village visited Pragati to study Plantation Technology for creating mosquito free area – on the direction of CM KCR as a part of Gram Jyothi Programme.

Hyderabad, 13th September, 2015: A 180 member team of villagers from Chinnamulkanoor village under Chigurumamidi Mandal of Karimnagar district visited Pragati Resorts on Sunday. The team led by B. Sreenivas, District Project Manager, DRDA and coordinator of Husnabad constituency, Karimnagar District was accompanied by Sarpanch Makutam Rajaiah, vice Sarpanch Smbari Babu, women self help groups, MPTC members, ward members of the village and villagers came on a study trip to Pragati.

The team studied the sacred herbal heritage plantation methodology adopted by Pragati Resorts to create a mosquito free area, innovative plantation, irrigation, agricultural and horticultural techniques. The team also studied sanitation and other innovative farming measures adopted by Pragati. After the study trip B. Sreenivas said, “It has been an enlightening experience coming to Pragati. Before coming here we had no idea about the kind of plantation done here that can make an area mosquito free.” Sarpanch Makutam Rajaiah said, “It was an invaluable experience to study about the wide variety of herbal plants which are an integral part of our Indian Vedic Culture and play such an important role in our day to day life for giving us a healthy living. Pragati has taken up a great task of collecting these plants.”

The Chief Minister of Telangana KCR in his recent public address at Chinnamulkanoor, Chigurumamidi Mandal, Karimnagar District gave a clarion call to the people of the village to visit Pragati Resorts near Hyderabad and Ankapur, a model village in Nizamabad district to study the healthy agricultural practices. Especially to study innovative plantation techniques to create mosquito free area developed by Pragati Resorts. KCR in his address then said, “It was miraculous to see the impact of plantation done by Pragati at my place which has enabled to make it free from mosquitoes.” The Chinnamulkanoor village is among the villages adopted by KCR for developing self sustainable model villages.

  1. Chandrashekar Rao, the Chief Minister of Telangana time and again across the various public forums has acknowledged and called upon the people on the kind of path breaking work done by Pragati which has become a role model for conservation of biodiversity and for developing a healthy green living area. Earlier at a welfare society programme in Nagole, Hyderabad on his advice to study the Pragati model GHMC officials along with the residents of Mamathanagar and Venkataramana colony visited Pragati. At the recent launch of Grama Jyothi Programme at Gangadevipally village in Warangal district KCR reiterated on the importance of sanitation as an integral part of Rural Development and advised the people to study the innovative techniques adopted for creation of mosquito free place at Pragati Resort.

Pragati Resort which is a part of Pragati Biodiversitiy Knowledge park located at Shankarpalli, Mandal of Ranga Reddy District has been acclaimed by the global community, United Nations, Government of India and Chief Ministers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh for converting a no go area into a lush green bio-diverse stretch with 2.5 million plantation including 780 species of sacred herbal medicinal plantation. It has enabled to create a zero pollution environment, make the area completely free from mosquitoes, bad bacteria, deadly viruses and other toxic emissions. This commendable feat has been appreciated and acclaimed by world leaders. The village team visited Anakapur village in Nizamabad Distirct on Saturday as suggested by KCR.

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‘Creation of mosquito free places with medicinal plantation.  PRAGTI’s role in building the disease free society’ – Please watch “Sri Nilayam” programme being telecast on Sunday (13.09.2015) at 6.30 PM in ETV2 Andhra Pradesh and ETV2 Telangana.

The Programme comprehensively dwells into Pragati’s green living concept, the answer to Healthy, Wealthy and Happy life in the Biodiverse and eco friendly environment.  The Programme focuses on the success story of Pragati of how a no go area (earlier a lime stone quarry) has been turned into a lush green stretch with 2.5 million plantation.  Pragati upholding the motto of Indian Vedic Culture has been successful in creating mosquito free, zero pollution area, free from Bad bacteria and viruses with innovative plantation of 780 varieties of sacred herbal heritage medicinal plants. _GLO5024 _GLO5345 76 DSC_4273 DSC06042

CM, KCR while launching the ‪GramaJyothi‬ commended Pragati Resorts for having developed a ‪‎mosquito‬ ‪‎free‬ area.

Chief minister of Telangana, K Chandrashekhar Rao while launching the Grama Jyothi (village development) Programme at Gangadevipalli village of Geesukonda Mandal in Warangal District commended PRAGATI Resort near Chilkur Balaji temple on the outskirts of Hyderabad for having developed a mosquitoe free area by planting mosquito repellent plants.

“I request the District Collector (Warangal) to arrange a trip for the people of this village to Pragati Resorts. I am suggesting you to visit that place since Pragati Resorts spread over 3,000 acres close to Hyderabad, is uniquely free from mosquitoes. You cannot even find one mosquito there. I have been trying to make a visit to Pragati but haven’t been able to do so. I have to find some time to visit. You cannot even find one mosquito there. “

(On the lighter vein he said that “your place should be free from mosquitoes… otherwise they will bite you and won’t spare even your Sarpanch, MPTC and MLA. They won’t even leave me even if I say I am the chief Minister. In this way mosquito is a great socialist and maintains impartiality”.)

“Pragati does not use any chemicals. They have achieved this feat by planting certain medicinal and herbal plants. I practically checked it in my Farm house whether this is possible where too Pragati Group has undertaken such type of plantation. Now it is proved… after medicinal plantation done by Pragati my premises is now completely free from mosquitoes. So you also make your village a mosquito free place. You could obtain the required plants from Pragati. I will also request the Management of Pragati to give you some plants. They will come and do the required plantation here so that your village could become a mosquito free place.”

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International Yoga day organized by Trust Pragati Foundation for Holistic Development

Unification of self with Supreme Self to glorify life and keeping Life span intact, as blessed by The Almighty ” is Yoga said Dr.GBKRao ,CMD of Pragati Group.

Dr GBK Rao was addressing a gathering of various walks if life in an interactive session on ” Preaching ..Practicing ,Training if Yoga for attainment of Quality of life” on the occasion of International yoga day ,organized by his Trust Pragati Foundation for Holistic Development. The event is sponsored by Pragati Resorts and its group of companies.

Holistic Health can be achieved by yoga and such  perfection is possible in the places Natural environments  like Pragati and he advised the people to avail services of Pragati prakruti yoga

To become holistically well in body, psyche and soul ,one need to practice yoga regularly ,he appealed .

Dr.GBK Rao also demonstrated certain typical yoga  postures and made the participants to practice.

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CM KCR addresses to visit PRAGATI

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Telangana Sri. K. Chandrashekhar Rao while addressing a Public Meeting at Nagole, Hyderabad suggested the residents of the nearby colonies to visit PRAGATI and get acquainted with the development of greenery and herbal plantation.

On the advice of Mr. KCR the residents of Mamatha Nagar and Venkataramana colony along with concerned GHMC officials visited PRAGATI on 11th April, 2015 to study the development of herbal green plantation in urban areas and shared their enriching experience with PRAGATI.

CMD Dr. G.B.K. Rao also interacted with the residents of the colony and explained the imperative need for going on a race for sacred heritage herbal plantation in their respective colonies to overcome hazards posed by concrete jungle in urban areas for the survival of mankind on the earth

 

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“Welcoming Pragati’s initiative, I take this opportunity to appeal to them to take up herbal plantation near garbage dumping yards, slums and urban pockets like Punjagutta and Kukatpally where emission levels are high,” says G Kalyan Chakravarthy, IAS, Director General, Environment Protection Training & Research Institute on World Forest Day

Hyderabd, 21st March, 2015: World Forest Day was observed at Pragati Resort in Pragati Bio-diversity Knowledge Park near Chilkur Balaji temple. In line with CM K Chandrashekahar Rao’s “Telangana Ku Haritha Haram”, Pragati Foundation and Pragati Bio-diversity Knowledge Park has recently announced the launch of Herbal Urban Forestry programme in association with United Federation of Residents Welfare Associations (U-FERWAS) and Telangana Builders Federation.

G Kalyan Chakravarthy, IAS, Director General, Environment Protection Training & Research Institute, the chief guest on the occasion said, “the noise, air, water pollution have become a serious health hazard. One degree change of temperature has a multiple chain affect on the glaciers resulting in global warming. Our major concern is to bring in the pollution parameters within permissible limit. While welcoming Pragati’s initiative, I take this opportunity to appeal to them to take up herbal plantation near garbage dumping yards, slums and urban pockets like Punjagutta and Kukatpally where emission levels are high.”

He further added, “Any government’s initiative will have greater success with active participation of the public. And such private- public initiative as initiated by Pragati can help move towards our objective.At EPTRI we study climate change in Telangana and AP and work towards providing the right environment. We are in the process of submitting the action report for climate change concerns to government.”

Dr GBK Rao, CMD, Pragati Group talking about the Herbal Urban Forestry programme said, “We are looking at closely working with the state government, private and public bodies to share our expertise on an ongoing basis in the area of sacred herbal plantation to provide disease free lung space to the citizens of Hyderabad at various road meridians, road avenues, parks, junctions and urban pockets. Water conservation through development of rain water harvesting pits and usage of drip irrigation will also be facilitated and people sensitised and educated about the need to conserve water through such initiatives.”

Dr GBK Rao further said, “Pragati has been providing training to various government and private agencies since last ten years in natural farming and herbal plantation. And has now stepped up their efforts to provide necessary training and information to the office bearers of various resident welfare associations, NGOs, social organisations, officials and staff of the government department in herbal green technology to promote the Herbal Urban forestry programme.”

Dubba and other herbal plants were planted on the occasion. This year the theme of World Forest Day has been ‘Climate change – A smart Future.’ 32 million acres of forest is getting destroyed in the world every year. Each herbal plant has medicinal value. Some are researched and others are yet to be worked on. Wonders can be achieved by exploring the medicinal value of the ancient sacred herbal plants to come out with formulations that could relieve mankind from dreaded ailments. A unique herb with medicinal properties for prevention of Breast Cancer and named it as Urginea Raogibikei is one such recent breakthrough of Pragati Bio Pharma .

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‘Pragati’ Model To be replicated all over Telangana as a PART OF ‘Telanaganku Haritha Haram’

Hyderabad, 12th April,2015: On the direction of  Chief Minister of Telangana K. Chandrashekar Rao, GHMC Officials led by Rammohan Rao, Deputy Director – GHMC along with 30 residents of Mamatha Nagar Colony and Venkataramana Colony visited Pragati Resort, part of Pragati Bio-diversity Knowledge Park near Chilkur Balaji temple on Saturday to have the first hand knowledge on development of herbal heritage plantation within the city limits. GHMC Circle Manager Bhaskar, Mahendar and Shoukath Hussain and Srinivas Reddy the President of Venkataramana colony and Mamathanagar colony were present on the occasion.

The chief minister during his recent public address at Nagole on 15th March, 2015, expressed his dissatisfaction over the unclean surroundings and accumulated garbage in Mamatha Nagar Colony and Venakataramana Colony and directed the concerned GHMC Officials to arrange a visit of the colonies to Pragati Biodiversity Knowledge Park so as to bring in the required awareness among the residents of those and other colonies to replicate the Pragati model of herbal heritage plantation. In his address he lauded Pragati as an ideal Biodiversity Park created by DR.GBK Rao, Chairman & Managing Director, Pragati Group. The park spread across 2500 acres with 27 lacs herbal heritage plantation is zero pollution, mosquito free, bad bacteria free and virus free zone with the temperature levels 5 to 6 degrees lesser than city levels. He appealed to the public to follow Pragati model and try to improve the surroundings of colonies by enhancing green cover.

These officials and residents keenly observed and noted their observation on 750 rare varieties of sacred, herbal, medicinal, aromatic plants as explained to them by Dr. S.V. Rama Rao, expert Pragati Group on herbal green technology. These herbal heritage green plants have the capacity to absorb toxic emissions and make the surroundings pollution free. Pragati has reciprocated to CM’s call by launching it’s herbal urban forestry drive in association with representatives of various resident welfare associations following CM’s public address at Nagole.

Dr. G.B.K. Rao, CMD, Pragati Resorts explained the importance of various medicinal, herbal and aromatic plants and their usages for our wellness. He apprised the visitors of the imperative need for development of greenery and plantation for protection of earth from global warming, natural calamities and deadly viruses to lead towards a ‘Disease Free Society’ espousing our rich Vedic culture. He suggested adopting innovative ways of plantation such as Vertical Gardens, Hanging Gardens, and Square Foot Gardens to overcome the threats posed by concrete jungles and stressed on the dire need for promoting urban forestry.

GHMC Officials said that Govt. of Telangana is going on a big way for development of greenery under ‘Telanganaku Haritha Haram’ and Pragati as role model is to be replicated all over Telangana.

For further details:

Jydip Mukherji,

Pragati Group,

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Women's Day at Pragati

Women’s Day Special Offer at Pragati Resorts – Exclusively for ‘Her’

Women’s Day – March 8th

Offer Exclusively for Women and it’s valid only on March 8th, 2015.

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Upon Some educational institutes and Parents request, Girl child event  is postponed to 6th Feb,14.

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Picture That

Pragati Resort begins monthly photography competition “Picture That’ with surprise give aways and One Night Stay at the resort for the Winner every month!!!

Photography Competition

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5. The company has sole copyright of the submitted enteries
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8. Winners will be announced on the 8th of every month

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Pragati Group realty stall at 20th TANA National Conference held at Detroit, USA

Glimpses of Pragati Group realty stall at 20th TANA National Conference held at Detroit, USA from 2nd July- 4h July, 2015. Pragati Group launched three residential projects at the event. Pragati presents Nachura, premium garden homes at Proddutoor village, abutting Pragati Biodiversity Knowledge Park in Shankarpally mandal of Ranga Reddy district. Nachura sprawls over 121.5 acres, comprising of 222 garden homes around a 90 acre natural lake.

Pragati Yadrarushi at Mallapur in Yadadri and Pragati Bhagyanagar at Bhongir the two residential layouts were also launched at the TANA fair National conference.

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World Environment Day and Telangana Formation Day Celebrated at Pragati

 

Hyderabad, 05th June, 2015:

Yadadri temple development authority to collaborate with Pragati Group for sharing its sacred herbal heritage plantation and right plant at the right place. Kishan Rao, chairman of the Yadadri temple development authority shared this while addressing a gathering at Pragati Biodiversity Knowledge Park as a part of the Telangana Formation Day and World Environment Day celebrations. Plans are afoot to beautify the 8.5 kms sacred parikrama pathway around the Yadadri temple with sacred herbal heritage plantation as per the ethos of Indian culture.

B.V Papa Rao, advisor to Govt. of Telangana called for integrating the Telangana Formation and World Environment Day Celebrations, since every year it is going to coincide with each other. Our government is moving ahead on the path of development by adopting a holistic approach to integrate development with environment conservation. State government is going to launch it’s Industrial policy on 12th June followed by massive green drive in July under the Haritha Haram programme in 5000 villages, talukas and municipal bodies.”

Chief Guest P Ramulu, Chairman – TS Tourism Development Corporation speaking on the occasion said, “When the sultans ruled the Golcondas Hyderabad and Telangana were known for it’s natural beauty, plants, migratory birds coming here from various parts of the world. Although human evolution started 5000 years ago most of the damage to the environment has happened in the last hundred years. Deteriorating human values, psychology and craving for material desires has degraded the environment severely.”

Addressing the media Dr GBK Rao, Chairman and Managing Director Pragati Group said, “Right plantation at the right place is the only answer. Sacred herbal plantation at various avenues and urban pockets to provide a pollution free, mosquito free, disease free, virus free, bad bacteria free life to the citizens of Hyderabad and even reduce the temperature levels in the HMDA region is the need of the hour to give the much needed respite to the citizens. Pragati has acquired the expertise over a period of two decades in achieving this remarkable fete at its 2500 acres Pragati Biodiversity Knowledge Park near Chilkur Balaji temple at Proddutur village under Shanakarpally Manadal. And we take this opportunity to launch our Herbal Urban Forestry Programme.”

 

A spectacular dance performance by Dr. Srutha Keerthi and troop, performance by G V N Raju, Mimicry and Ventriloquist artist and the traditional Telangana cuisine that was served for lunch were the other attractions at Pragati Biodiversity Knowledge Park on the occasion of Telangana Formation Day and World Environment Day Celebrations. All the guest on the dias applauded the commendable work done by Dr GBK Rao, CMD, Pragati Group for conservation of environment.

Time and again ever since Shri K Chandrashekhar Rao took over as CM of Telangana he has acknowledged the intent of the state govt to work together with Pragati to replicate the model across the region. He has already sent his forest officials to Pragati Biodiversity Knowledge Park for a field study to study the herbal green technology there, while CM‘s visit is much awaited. Time and again he has commended the work done by Pragati at its park and has expressed his desire to replicate the Pragati model by all other resident welfare associations and other private and public bodies in Telangana to lead a disease free life.

Urgent, important, will do, such words for taking up plantations is gone. The impact of the rapid destruction of the green cover and concretisation of the cities in the name of urban development is disastrous. We are sitting over a dormant nuclear bomb ready to explode anytime. Time is ticking by fast. If steps are not taken on a war footing to avert this catastrophe, the moment is not far away when our cities, state, nation and our mother earth will soon be engulfed in calamities like Tsunami and Hudhud, people groaning in pain as a result of the impact created by global warming, Ozone puncture and deforestation.

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World’s Environment Day & Telangana State Formation day Celebrations

World’s  Environment Day & Telangana State Formation day Celebrations

at Pragati Resorts.

On Friday 5th June 2015, 10:30 a.m to 1 p.m

Attractions: Spectacular ‪‎Kuchipudi Dance Performance from Srutha Keerthi & Troop, Mimicry and Ventriloquism by GVN Raju (World Record Holder in Marathon Ventriloquism)

Followed by Traditional Telangana Thali.

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