Hyderabad Liberation Day: Why the city is blue.
Hyderabad Liberation Day: Why the city is blue The historic merger of the Nizam's dominion with the Indian Union sets off fresh political bickering.
In a bid to Fulfill a long standing demand of the people of Hyderabad-Karnataka region, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Tuesday announced that it has been renamed as ''Kalyana Karnataka'' and a.
Following the 'police action' against the Nizam, Hyderabad province and its citizens became independent on 17th September 1948. This day is celebrated by the Karnataka Governement as the Hyderabad-Karnataka liberation day. Hyderabad Karnataka State congress and educational institutions played vital role awakening people for freedom struggle.
Hyderabad-Karnataka region celebrates Vimochana Diwas - The 66th Vimochana Diwas (Liberation day) was celebrated in Hyderabad-Karnataka region on Tuesday, to mark freedom from the despotic rule of the Nizam, by hoisting the National Flag and honouring the freedom fighters for their contribution in the liberation movement.
Hyderabad was liberated as the Communist writ ran large in the city and they had unfurled the flag on August 15, 1947 in five places. Rafi Ahmed of Hyderabad Students Union unfurled the tricolour.
UPA cabinet today approved to Hyderabad Karnataka Bill on amendment to Article 371 of Constitution. Same bill likely to be tabled and passed in on the ongoing monsoon session which concludes on Sept.7. If the bill passed it will confer special status to Hyderabad-Karnataka(H-K)region.
Hyderabad Karnataka Liberation Day celebrated on September 17 in Gulbarga. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and other leaders participated in liberation day programme.