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Andhra Pradesh News on January 19, 2014

January 19, 2014 - Hyderabad

  • Cyberabad City Police commissioner gives guidelines on ORR driving
    The Cyberabad City Police Commissioner CV Anand issued a notification prescribing speed limit on the Outer Ring Road (ORR).According to an official release the minimum sped will be 40 kmph and the maximum 120 kmph. The release said that on lane 1 and 2 which are closet to the median, motorists can drive at speeds between 80 to 120 kmph while in other two lanes the minimum speed should be between 40kmph and 80 kmph. He said all vehicles that have to be make an emergency stop for human or mechanical emergency should have to follow certain precautions. He said drivers should park on the extreme left service lane, witch on hazard lights/'parking lights put up reflective signages/cones for emergency about five metres on the rear and front of the vehicle, said the Commissioner of Police.
    Motorists can contact ORR helpline on 040-23002424 and 8500411111
  • 'Lift cases on Samikhayndhra agitators', appeals, Minister Sailajanath
    Minister for Legislative Affairs Sake Sailajanath appealed the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy to lift the cases slapped on the agitators of Samikhayndhra agitation. Minister Sailajanath along with Government whip Rudra Raju, MLC Gade Srinivasulu Naidu has handed over a memorandum to the Chief Minister urging him to lift the cases against students, employees, women who participated in the Samaikyandhra agitation. They appealed them that the leaders be relived from bind over cases.
  • VRO and VRA hall tickets posted on online
    Hall tickets for the Village Revenue Officer (VRO) and Village Revenue Assistant (VRA) examination scheduled to be conducted on February 2 were hall tickets are posted online. It may be recalled that the government had called for applications for 1657 VRO and 4305 VRAs posts. Applicants can visit website and down load the hall tickets. The examination will be held on February 2.
  • CPI State Secretary Narayana bereaved
    CPI State secretary K Narayana's mother Adilakshmi passed away in Hyderabad on Sunday. She is survived by two sons Dr. Narayana and his elder brother Manohar Naidu. Narayana who was on his way to Nalgonda to attend a party programme rushed back to the city following the news of her death. The last rites would be performed on Tuesday.CPI general secretary S Sudhakar Reddy, Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy, TDP president Nara Chandrababu Naidu, TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao conveyed condolences.
  • Congress MP Madhu Yashki wants public prosecutors to protect the properties
    Congress MP Madhu Yashki addressing a meeting of public prosecutors from Telangana on the eve of releasing New Year diary asked them to play their role in protecting the properties in the region against illegalities committed by some of the Seemandhra realtors. He assured them that the MPs of this region will take care of the problems in Parliament if they did their bit legally. The secretary general of TRS K Keshava Rao said that party president K. Chandrasekhara Rao could not address the meeting 'as anything he speaks in the present circumstance would be seen in magnifying glasses', he said.
  • Lok Satta Party chief will not be allowed to tour in Seemandhra, JAC
    The Joint Action Committee of people's organizations chairman Karem Shivaji said on Sunday at a press conference that the Lok Satta Party president Dr Jayaprakash Narayan will not be allowed to tour in Seemandhra following his statement in the Assembly supporting formation of Telangana State. He said that Jayaprakash Narayana had abandoned the principled politics and supported the cause of Telangana. He said they will organize a dharna at the office of Lok Satta party. He charged that APNGOs president P Ashok Babu did not keep any of his promises to obstruct the formation of Telangana State like proposal of million march, flash strike and setting up obstacles to the visit of Digvijay to the State.
  • Galla Jayadev to contest to MP seat from Guntur
    Galla Jayadev son of Galla Aruna Kumari said on Sunday that he will contest from Guntur Parliamentary constituency. However, he will announce from which party he will contest will be decided by the end of the month. Galla Aruna Kumari said that she would extend cooperation to his son in shaping his political future.
  • The Pulse polio programme began today. The first phase of the programme would conclude on 21st, while the second phase would be held from February 23 to 26.
  • Telugu Desam Party whip Dhulipala Narendra blamed former Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy for the current instability in the State. He questioned whether it wasn't YSR Congress Party which recalled the no-confidence notice against the Government.

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