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Andhra Pradesh News on April 2, 2014

April 2, 2014 - Hyderabad

  • 'Social justice is possible only with TDP', says Chandrababu Naidu
    HANUMAKONDA: TDP president Nara Chandrababu Naidu participating in Praja Garjana programme at Hanumakonda in Warangal said that social justice was possible only with TDP. He said that the TDP had the credit of development in the State in all fields. He said that TDP has the credit of performing Samma and Sarakka festival in a grand way. He said that people of Warangal will extend their support in the general elections by casting their votes to the party.
  • YSRCP appoints party co-ordinators
    KARIMNAGAR: YSRCP on Wednesday appointed party co-ordinators for Lok Sabha and Assembly segments.Meesala Rajareddy is appointed for Karimnagar Lok Sabha, Singireddy Bhaskara Reddy for Husnabad, Akkenapalli Kumar to Dharmapuri Assembly, Sollu Ajay Varma to Manakonduru, V Sridhar Reddy to Siricilla Assembly segments.
  • Food poisoning – 22 were taken ill after consuming snacks
    HYDERABAD: Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) official said on Wednesday that 22 persons mostly women and children were taken to ill after they reportedly consumed snacks purchased from a bakery at Hafeezbabanagar. Out of them, 15 were admitted to Fever hospital while another seven were being treated at Community Health Centre Barkas in old city. GHMC officials sealed the bakery after collecting samples and sand that they will be sending the food samples for examination. An action will be initiated after a report from laboratory, officials said.
  • Two IAS and IPS officers get promotion
    HYDERABAD: The State Government on Tuesday issued orders promoting two IAS and IPS officers. Hyderabad City Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma is promoted to the above super-time scale in the rank of Director General of Police. Additional Director, APPA, KRM Kishore Kumar is promoted and posted as Special Director of APPA in the rank of Additional DGP.
    IAS officers L Panigrahi and K Pradeep Chandra were promoted to super time scale. While Panigrahi is posted as Special Chief Secretary to Government, GAD while Pradeep Chandra is promoted in-situ as Special Chief Secretary to Government, Industries and Commerce department.
  • A.N Roy assumed charge as Advisor to Governor
    Former DGP of Maharashtra, Anami Narayan Roy on Tuesday assumed charge as Advisor to the Governor. A release from Raj Bhavan said that he retired on May 31, 2010 as Director General of Police, Maharashtra and was the advisor to the State Government for internal security, law and order and crime administration. He also served as Commissioner of Police, Mumbai.
  • TPCC lodges complaint againt TDP president
    HYDERABAD: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee had lodged a complaint with the Chief Electoral Officer against TDP president Nara Chandrababu Naidu accusing him of violating the election code of conduct by participating in a religious meeting. They alleged that Chandrababu Naidu attended a meeting of Catholic Religious Forum held in the City on March 31 and made provocative remarks.
  • Ninety candidates list for Telangana ready', says Digvijay Singh
    NEW DELHI: AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh said on Wednesday that a list with 90 candidates have been ready for Telangana State. On the alliances with TRS, he said no one from TRS has consulted him in this regard. The screening committee will meet on Thursday where the list pertaining to Seemandhra will be finalized.
  • Dalit organizations demand arrest of TDP leader Payyavula Keshav
    ANANTHAPUR: Dalit organizations on Wednesday met the Superintendent of Police Senthial Kumar and demanded him to arrest TDP leader Payyavula Keshav for attacking dalits. They urged him to protect them from attacks in Uravakonda. It may be recalled that the TDP leader allegedly attacked them on Tuesday night.
  • 'Doors are still open for alliances', says TPCC chief
    Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee president Ponnala Lakshmiah said that the still doors are open for an alliance with TRS. He said that so for no proposal came from that party. He wanted the TRS chief to show the development made for the region in the last 30 years of political life. Ponnala alleged that KCR is giving assurances which cannot be realized. He alleged that KCR is obstructing the development of Hyderabad with provocative remarks and the income that is necessary for the development of Telangana, he said.
  • 'Minorities support Jagan Mohan Reddy', says YSRCP leader Rahman
    MAHABUBNAGAR: Minority community back Jagan Mohan Reddy, said YSRCP leader Rahman. He said Rajasekhara Reddy did justice was done the community. He expressed confidence that Jagan will become the Chief Minister.
  • CPI releases election manifesto
    Communist Party of India State secretary Narayana on Wednesday released its party manifesto. Speaking on the occasion, he said that their action will depend on the political situation in both the States. CPI will contest in places where there are favourable. As a part of alliance, CPI got Khammam and he had not taken any decision of his contest from Khammam. He said that the alliance with Congress is to show of the public problems in law making bodies.
    Under the pact, the CPI will contest for one MP seat and 9 Assembly seats in the coming elections. According to this, Khammam will go to CPI along with Assembly seats Kothagudem, Pinpaka, Wyre, Munagodu, Devarakonda, Bellampally, Station Ghanapur, Maheswaram, Bhahurdurpura constituencies.
  • Two former ministers join TDP
    Krishna district former Ministers Pinnamaneni Venkateswara Rao and Mandali Buddha Prasad on Wednesday joined TDP in presence of Nara Chandrababu Naidu. Welcoming them into the party, Naidu expressed confidence that the party would form the government shortly. He urged the people to vote judiciously and cautiously.
  • Notification issued for general elections
    The State Election Commission on Wednesday issued a notification for general elections in Telangana. The elections will be held on April 30 in 17 Lok Sabha and 119 Assembly seats.

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