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Andhra Pradesh News on October 22, 2013

October 22, 2013 - Hyderabad

  • District Revenue Officer meets with representatives of political parties of voters list
    The District Revenue Officer M Venkateswara Rao conducted a meeting with representatives of various political parties on revision of voters' list and changes to polling stations in accordance to the directives of the election commission. He said that out of 3,462 polling stations in 15 Assembly seats in the district, names of 505 polling stations have been changed and 195 have been shifted to other places. He said that 29 polling stations have been added.
  • Oil India limited visits Andhra University
    A high level delegation from Oil India Limited agreed in principle to sign a MoU for ten years with the Delta Studies Institute at the Andhra University on Tuesday. The delegation visited the institute to explore possibilities of mutual collaboration related to hydrocarbon research and academic programmes. The delegation and the faculty held discussions over the modalities of future collaboration.
  • GM Visits Waltair Division
    The General Manager of East Coast Railways Madhuresh Kumar visited the Waltair division on Tuesday. He who on his maiden visit was receive d by the Divisional Manager Anil Kumar. Elaborating on the progress of the division, Anil Kumar put forth some proposals for the General Manager's consideration. The leaders of the Waltair division of East Coast Railway Shramik Union met him and appealed him to address the problems of the staff working.
  • Telugu Shakti demands Purandeswari and Ganta to release a white paper
    Telugu Shakti, a voluntary organization demanded that both the Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Daggubati Purandeswari and Stte Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao to release a white paper on their contribution to the development of Visakhapatnam in the past four and half years. Speaking to press on Tuesday, the president of the organization BV Ram demanded them to conduct a praja darbar before October 31 and release a white paper on their efforts made for the development of Vizag.
  • Former Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju twice stopped by security personel
    Tight police bandobast comprising around 2500 personnel including RAF and BSF jawans, video surveillance, dozens of CCTV cameras, security personnel armed with binoculars atop high rise buildings were seen for the time in the two centuries old festival. One of the hereditary trustees of the Gajapathiraju family and local MLA Pusapati Ashok Gajapati Raju faced embarrassing moments as he was stopped by security personnel twice before he could offer prayers to the goddess. Vexed with the highhandedness of the police, he staged a sit-in-protest in front of the temple forcing the EO and other priest to come out to take him to temple.

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