This section is dedicated to those leaders who with their acts of dedication towards welfare of their own people became immortalized in the minds of the people.
These people have their share of controversies but their contributions last beyond their lifetime and speak both of their intentions and their execution capabilities.
They did not solely focus on accumulating personal wealth, bungalows that benefit their children instead they had a larger goal of development of Hyderabad and do some projects that are beneficial to the city.
Their contribution speaks for themselves. Now you can precisely evaluate them objectively just on the basis of contribution they have done, as they are no longer in media glitz and/or do not control the administration any more.
From Golconda kings to the Nizams, the city currently being called as Old city was been designed and used as the capital for administrative purposes. The emphasis was more put on palaces, gardens, worship places, bazaars, etc. which were important for the King and the people serving him, to live and perform their duties... »
Osman Ali Khan Asaf Jah VII was the last Nizam of the princely state of Hyderabad who ruled Hyderabad from 1911 to 1948. Hyderabad under his rule witnessed many cultural, economic and administrative reforms. Although praised for many of his developments, he is very infamous for his Razakar movement where he was accused of... »
The Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), the government-owned enterprises, played a major role in development of Hyderabad from a quiet place to an industrial hub. Furthermore, the role of PSUs cannot be ignored in enhancing the cosmopolitan profile of Hyderabad. Unlike other places in India, Hyderabad boasts a large number of PSUs from diversified sectors.... »