NIZAM STATE ROADWAYS (c) http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/vintage-cars-classics-india/90257-images-traffic-scenes-yesteryears-6.html The origin of NSR dates back to June1932, when it was first established as NSR-RTD (Nizam State Rail & Road Transport Department), a wing of Nizam State Railway in the erstwhile Hyderabad State, with 27 buses and 166 employees. SIZE AT INCEPTION (1932) Number of Buses. 27 (First generation buses were exported from Scotland by Albion Motors) Number of Employees…
Hyderabad State Police :: The city police traces its origins to 1847 under Hyderabad State. During Nizam period the commissioner of police was known as " Kotwal ". Nawab Shamsher Jung Bahadur was first police minister of Hyderabad.
Madarsa-i-Aliya :: It is one of the oldest school which is still running in Hyderabad founded During the period of Mehboob Ali Khan ( 6th Nizam of Hyderabad ) in 1872. Mir Khudrath Nawaz Jung Bahadur was the first principal of this school. It is located in Gunfoundary, Hyderabad
The famous double-decker buses, No 7 from Secunderabad to Afzalganj. Fare 20 or 25 paisa. RTC buses have number plates that end with ‘’Z’’. Interesting story for this. The “Z” in the number plates stands for Zahra Begum, mother of the last ruler of the erstwhile Hyderabad State, Mir Osman Ali Khan, Nizam VII. In June of 1932 the Nizam's Road Transport was established.