30TT01A.qxd 4/29/2023 10:31 PM Page 1 123 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 7 NO. 118 | 24 PAGES | ~7.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 /thetribunechd sunday | 30 april 2023 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com A VISIONARY REFORMER AHEAD OF HIS TIME A VISIONARY LEADERHIS TIME AHEAD OF DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR SRI. K. CHANDRASEKHAR RAO Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Telangana State Secretariat An homage to one of the greatest Indians. Telangana’s vibrant new cultural symbol. Inspired by the Neelakanteshwara Temple, Nizamabad; the Salangpur Hanuman Temple, Gujarat; and the Wanaparthy Palace. Inauguration of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Telangana State Secretariat A 28-acre, and 8,58,530 SFT facility. by Sri. K. Chandrasekhar Rao 34 domes and 2 national emblems. Hon’ble Chief Minister of Telangana State A state-of-the-art construction built with advanced technology. 6 ﬂoors of spacious and efﬁcient workspaces with conference halls on all ﬂoors. Solar-powered and environment-friendly. Green and serene premises with ample parking. An inclusive space for all, with a temple, mosque and church on the premises. on Sunday, 30th April 2023 Two leaders from two eras. They rewrote history, for the people and for the land. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was a crusader against the caste system. A jurist, economist, and the architect of the Constitution. His legacy continues to guide the country to this day. Sri. K. Chandrasekhar Rao revived the Telangana movement and stood for “self-respect and self-rule”. Inspired by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, he has constantly strived for equal distribution of power, resources and opportunities. In a beﬁtting tribute to the hero of the marginalised, Telangana’s new administration headquarters has been named Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Telangana State Secretariat. And his legacy will be carried through this vibrant new cultural symbol, by yet another revolutionary, Sri. K. Chandrasekhar Rao. Celebrating Telangana. Celebrating India. Issued by Commissioner, Dept. of Information and Public Relations, Govt. of Telangana. c m y b
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