Andhra Pradesh News on August 20, 2014
August 20, 2014 - Hyderabad
Hoax bomb call at cine theatre
KAKINADA: Hundreds of people rushed out of Devi Multiplex Theatre in panic on Wednesday when the hall management raised an alarm ring at around 1pm asking the viewers to vacate the hall. It took place when the police control room received a hoax call saying that a bomb was planted in the theatre. Police rushed the theatre with bomb squad and sniffer dogs and after thorough search, it was found that no bomb was planted.
JC directs to speed up Aadhaar card linkage
VISAKHAPTNAMN: The District Joint Collector Praveen Kumar has directed the city gas dealers to speed up the process of Aadhaar linkage to gas connections and to complete the process by August 23. He also suggested to stop the bookings on August 23 and finish the linkage process.
AP and TS government approve Kamalanathan guidelines
HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State Government has approved the final guidelines prepared by CR Kamalanathan Committee for division of State-cadre employees between the two state. Chief Secretaries Rajiv Sharma (Telangana) and IYR Krishna Rao (Andhra Pradesh) met with Kamalanathan at the Secretariat on Wednesday.
Indigo Flight snag-28 passengers hurt
NEW DELHI: Twenty eight passengers suffered injuries when an IndiGo plane with over 150 passengers developed a problem in its landing gear causing thick smoker to emanate after touchdown at the airport on Wednesday.
Yoga guru Iyengar dead
PUNE: World renowned yoga guru and founder of the Iyengar School of yoga BKS Iyengar (98) passed away in the early morning of Wednesday morning.
Sisters’ execution stayed
MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday stayed the execution of two Kolhapur sisters whose mercy pleas were rejected by the President, till disposal of their plea seeking commutation of death sentence to life imprisonment.
Chandrababu Naidu warns of stern action
HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has warned on Tuesday that his government will not allow anyone who take law into their own hands. He said that the government would not hesitate to take action anyone seeking to break law in a reference to the YSRCP MLAs behavior in the Assembly. He said that the behavior of the YSRCP MLAs reflects their mindset and political inexperience. He observed that their behavior mirrors the deterioration of quality leadership in the party.