Aug. 10: The monsoons and the floods have left many regions in the state vulnerable to outbreak of seasonal diseases including diarrhoea, malaria, cholera, jaundice and chikungunya.

According to the assistant malaria officer in Adilabad, Mr B. Venkateshwarlu, 92 positive malaria cases have so far been identified in the district.

Greenpeace, the non-governmental organisation, has claimed that farmers get more income if they cultivate organic cotton instead of Bt cotton.

The NGO, which conducted a survey in three top cotton growing districts of Warangal, Karimnagar and Adilabad in Andhra Pradesh, said that the net income of organic cotton farmers is Rs 6,000 an acre, while Bt cotton farmers earned only Rs 2,000.

June 13: The tiger habitat in Kawal wildlife sanctuary in Adilabad is facing grave danger due to unabated felling of trees. There are just a few tigers and panthers here, but wild life experts are doubtful about them if their habitat is destroyed.

Gudihatnoor (ADILABAD), June 2: Family of S. Parashuram, 47, of Gudihatnoor in the district, has benefited most in the state out of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS).
His extended family was recognised as an NREGS family in the state because 11 members, including degree and Intermediate students, are working under the scheme and have earned good wages.

OBI takes up drinking water programme

Organisation spends Rs.10 lakh on the programme

Sinks 19 borewells in villages of Narnoor mandal

Mission accomplished:A representative of Operation Blessing India operating a new borewell at Pipri village on Tuesday.

Adilabad, May 31: As many as 25 labourers employed under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) have died of sun stroke in the last 30 days at various places in the district.

It is being alleged that the officials concerned had failed to provide the labourers with proper facilities including shelter, safe drinking water and medical kits at work sites.

Inkarguda (Adilabad), May.26: The prevalent drought conditions in the district have hit the cattle hard. A large number of old and weak cows and buffalos in the district are not returning home after grazing. Their carcasses are being found in the nearby jungles or in the bushes on the outskirts of the villages after few days.

Hyderabad, May 11: The twin cities felt like a furnace as the mercury touched 44.5

Hyderabad, May 2: The AP Forest Inventory Report 2010 has revealed that the state forest growing stock has decreased by 60 million cubic metres. As a direct result of the depleting growing stock, experts say the state will experience adverse climate changes and increasing temperatures.