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TS EAMCET Counseling 2021: Result of Special Round Provisional Seat Allocation Released on



TS EAMCET Counseling 2021: Result of Special Round Provisional Seat Allocation Released on

TS EAMCET Counseling 2021

TS EAMCET Counseling 2021 | Photo Credit: Representative Image


  • The State Council of Higher Education of Telangana has released the preliminary allotment result of the TS EAMCET for a special round.
  • More details about TS EAMCET Counseling 2021 are now available at
  • The last date to complete the admission process is November 26, 2021.

Telangana State Engineering Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test, TS EAMCET Counseling 2021 preliminary result of seat allocation for the special round has been declared. The exercise of the option for the special round was available on November 20 and 21, 2021. Candidates can check their seat allocation list on the official website of Telangana State Council of Higher Education, TSCHE at

Candidates with assigned places are to pay tuition and complete the self-reporting process from November 24 to 26, 2021. The reporting process at assigned colleges would also end on November 26, 2021. Candidates must complete the TS EAMCET Counseling 2021 schedule and prepare themselves accordingly.

The provisionally allocated places in the special round can be canceled online by the candidates until November 26, 2021. In addition, today, on November 25, 2021, the spot admission guidelines for Private Unaided Engineering and B Pharmacy Colleges will be posted on the website today. The steps and direct link to download TS EAMCET special round preliminary seat allocation results are shared below.

TS EAMCET Counseling 2021: Download the Result of the Special Round Provisional Seat Allocation

  1. Candidates should first visit the official website of TS EAMCET 2021 counseling at:
  2. Click on the ‘Candidate’s Login’ link available in the header menu of the home page.
  3. You can also click on the direct link here – TS EAMCET Special Round Preliminary Seat Allocation Result.
  4. Enter credentials such as login ID, room ticket number, password, date of birth and security pin to log in to a new redirected window.
  5. Check and download the allotment letter.
  6. Also make a printout for future reference.

The application fee of Rs. 10,000 would be refunded to the candidates who would apply to the assigned colleges after the special round. Candidates are to go through the steps below to check details about TS EAMCET Counseling 2021 and download the result of the TS EAMCET Special Round Preliminary Seat Allocation.


Eat Here: The 100 Best Restaurants in Denver We Can’t Live Without




Eat Here: The 100 Best Restaurants in Denver We Can't Live Without

When indoor dining was discontinued not once, but twice in 2020, we had a lot of time to think about what we liked and missed about restaurants. Our list was long. Even when they couldn’t welcome us into dining rooms, restaurant owners and hospitality workers rose to do what they do best: provide tranquility in the often challenging world we find ourselves in, a transporting bite, provide a smile (even if it was hidden behind a mask) and a reminder that a love of good food is something we can all share.

Until 2021, restaurants continued to adapt to changing rules and conditions. While some closed for good, others learned new tricks, and more eateries joined in.

For the past year, tables both indoors and out on those custom patios have been buzzing with conversation, a reminder that sharing a meal at an old favorite or trying a new place is much more than just what’s on the menu. I’ve gotten through the past twelve months with Mexican burgers delivered by La Fogata, trays of oysters shared with friends at Fish N Beer and regular trips to Misfit Snack Bar to sample what Chef Bo Portyko decided to add to the menu that week – a adventure that never disappoints. When I got the job as westwordBack in May, Food and Erink’s new editor, I went to my old go-to, Sam’s No. 3, to celebrate with a small group over chili cheese cookies. I joined friends at Brasserie Brixton when life got stressful and spent an evening drinking Aperol spritzes and eating pizza at Bar Dough for no reason at all.

Each meal reminded us that dining out is about connection, comfort and community, and that’s exactly what you’ll find in these 100 metro Denver restaurants we can’t live without.

Read the full list.

Enjoy your meal!

Are you missing one of your favourites? Check Drink Here, our list of the 100 subway bars in Denver we can’t live without. (To qualify for Eat Here, a restaurant must be open by Labor Day 2021.)


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Juventus calmly takes first place after amazing result in Russia




Juventus calmly takes first place after amazing result in Russia

Juventus calmly beat Malmö 1-0 in Turin, while all the excitement in Russia saw the Old Lady take first place in the group at death.

The old lady switched their roster for tonight’s game, but you wouldn’t know how the team started. We were comfortably in control from the start and we didn’t have to wait long before leading the way.

Moise Kean had a great chance to put us ahead in under 10 minutes with Paulo Dybala playing him out with only the one defender to beat but after crossing into a room to shoot he just sent his attempt off next to the pole.

Federico Bernadeschi weighed a cross perfectly into Kean’s path about 10 minutes later and he certainly wouldn’t turn down such an easy opportunity to go home.

The stadium whistled as fans heard the news that Zenit St. Petersburg had cleared their early deficit and after taking a 2-1 lead in Russia in the second minute of the game, meaning we now had a grip on the first place.

It was a slow start on our part after the break, although we weren’t under any pressure to make anything happen, and we finally got a chance for Adrien Rabiot, only for his attempt to sneak into the side net.

Kean was then involved again when he was found in the penalty area and while his shot was on course for the bottom corner, the Malmö keeper just managed to cross over to deny it.

The French midfielder found himself in space again in the final third and made another attempt on goal, this time the keeper failed and it bounced for Kean, crushing his attempt low and hard, only for goalkeeper Diawara to hit the one. somehow get a leg out to send it wide.

Despite being 1-0 down, it was a fine performance with a questionable finish, and we somehow took advantage of Zenit pulling out all the stops in a crazy game that ended in 3-3, with Chelsea leading the way. recaptured with a 3–2 lead after 85 minutes, only to suffer an injury time leveler by the Russian side.

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Reduce, reuse, reconnect — how a Facebook group is helping Lakeview be more sustainable and build a community





A used bike, a bag of clothes, and a leftover burrito—each of these items was given a new lease of life through a community Facebook group.

The Buy Nothing groups are home to what are arguably the most positive interactions you can find on the social media platform. Their goal is to share resources to promote sustainability and connect people with their neighbors.

“Its purpose is very simple: give where you live and recycle and reuse,” said Aditi Chakraborty, the manager of the Lakeview Buy Nothing group.

The rules are simple too: members can post a “give” to offer items they no longer use, a “ask” to request an item that someone else might want to part with, or a thank you message to say thank you for what the community has done for them. Buy Nothing emphasizes the use of a gift economy, so there is no money, no barter, no expectation of anything in return – just ask and give.

People offer typical items that appear in thrift stores, such as furniture for new renters, clothing that would otherwise go unsold at Goodwill, and neglected kitchen gadgets.

But people are also giving out homemade cookies to share, skincare and makeup they’ve tried but didn’t like, unused concert tickets, and even a DoorDash burrito that was delivered to the wrong address. Everything is shared and, if possible, nothing is lost.

“We’re talking about a mindset shift,” said Elise O’Malley, program manager at Plant Chicago.

The non-profit organization in Back of the Yards offers educational workshops, a farmers market and guidance for small businesses to promote sustainability and a circular economy, where resources are reused in new ways rather than turned into waste.

“Right now, the global economy in which we operate is a linear economy,” O’Malley said, “where producers draw resources from the earth … to make products such as plastic water bottles or cheap clothing that consumers turn once or only a handful. Through reuse… we play a role in preventing the extraction of those resources.”

O’Malley explained that, in addition to diverting items from a landfill, reuse reduces the amount of energy used to make new products and fights climate change by minimizing activities such as deforestation and pollution. It even saves the emissions that would arise when shipping these products. Instead, Buy Nothing members can just walk to their neighbor’s house, a few blocks away.

“The sustainability aspect gets me the most excited,” said Wendy Lawler, an avid member of the Lakeview Buy Nothing group.

Lawler joined the group during last year’s quarantine, when neighbors felt more isolated than ever. Initially only looking for a place to sell her children’s clothes when the donation centers were closed, she soon became immersed in an economy of kindness.

“I know it’s crazy,” she said, “but I swear it’s worked over and over where I turn off the things I don’t need, and I get exactly what I do.”

Lawler tries to make a difference in sustainability in every way possible. In addition to making her own nut milks and starting a compost bin, she uses the group to reuse items whenever possible.

In Lawler’s greatest upcycling achievement, she took the phrase “buy nothing” to a new level.

“As my daughter’s birthday approached,” she said, “I thought, there’s a way you can still exercise that same sustainability mindset while also honoring the fanciful, whimsical, magical experience that a birthday is for a small child. “

Another member sparked Lawler’s interest when they made a “give” post for giant three-zero mylar balloons, which they donated after their thirtieth birthday party. Lawler used the “three” balloon for her daughter’s party, along with other decor from Buy Nothing Gives. She collected clothes, toys and games from both the Facebook group and local thrift stores. She even reused an edible arrangement she’d gotten two days earlier for her own birthday for her daughter’s “cake” — putting the whole party together without buying anything brand new.

“It was nice to see that you can do sustainability in a way that is still magical, fun and amazing,” Lawler said.

But the party didn’t end there.

Lawler said she will be using the “zero” balloon from the original “thirty” in a few weeks for her son’s tenth birthday. A few days after her daughter’s party, she reused a pink bouquet of Buy Nothing balloons and took them to the hospital to celebrate her mother’s last radiation treatment. And the “three” balloon found its third home at another three-year-old’s party, along with some costumes Lawler also threw in after talking to the child’s mother on Facebook Messenger.

In the Lakeview group, items go round and round, connecting people as they travel around the neighborhood.

Lawler’s partner will even look for broken items people give, replace old parts, repair them, and send them back to the group in brand new condition for someone else to use.

“Now it’s starting to look like a quest,” Lawler said. “It’s like a fun scavenger hunt.”

Climate change is a global problem, and with big business being the biggest culprits, it can seem hard to make a difference. But O’Malley thinks individual actions still have value and impact.

“Your individual behavior communicates your values ​​to others,” she said. “There’s some kind of elusive value of creating a ripple effect.”

As part of Buy Nothing Gives, it’s common for people to post updates on how they’re using the items they’ve received, and send photos of how the gifts are doing in their new homes.

“It’s nice to see where these things end up, and then it’s kind of a perpetuation to get more out there,” Lawler said.

In the Lakeview group, this kind of ripple effect has had visible results. Since Chakraborty volunteered to be the admin of the group in May 2020, the group’s popularity has skyrocketed.

“Our group has grown tremendously since I joined,” she says.

The group now has more than 5.3 thousand members. In fact, it has split several times as so many people continue to join, creating new groups in Lincoln Park, Ravenswood, and more.

“If you don’t have one in your own community, if someone is interested, you can start one,” Lawler said. “I think it makes the community stronger. I really like it.”

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