Andhra Pradesh News on July 19, 2014
July 19, 2014 - Hyderabad
Power consumers will get SMS alerts
VISAKHAPTNAM: APEPDCL Chief General Manager urged all the consumers of the Discom in Srikakulam, Viziangaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari are required to register their mobile numbers. The APEPDCL will inform the consumers on power regularization from discom through mobiles. The CGM asked the consumers to register their mobile numbers and Aadhar card numbers with the nearest office. The Discom is gearing up to give all information on break downs of power, power cuts and its services, among others to its consumers through SMS alerts.
BJP demands development of backward regions
KURNOOL: The State BJP leaders said that they would press for decentralization of development of Andhra Pradesh focussing on backward Rayalaseema and North Coastal Andhra Pradesh. BJP State president K Harebabu, former Minister Daggubati Purandeswari, Kavuri Samba Siva Rao and others attended the public meeting organized to admit former MLA Katasani Rambhupal Reddy on Saturday. Hari Babu said that Anantapur was likely to get Academy of Central Excise and Kadapa Steel Plant.
AP Government puts hundi for funds
HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh State Government has put up a Hundi for funds for the new State. It may be recalled that it has so far collected donations for the new State as it is fully submerged in debt trap.
TDP retrenches employees at its office
HYDERABAD: TDP has retrenched employees in 294 assembly constituencies as managers for the last four years at NTR Trust Bhavan. Sources said that they would be staging protests at the party office.
Police seize Rs.90 lakhs worth of foreign currency
HYDERABAD: Task Force Police at Kalapattar on Saturday seized Rs.90 lakh worth of foreign currency and took a person into custody and interrogating.
Dogs bite 30 students at Central University
HYDERABAD: Dogs have bitten nearly 30 students at the premises of Hyderabad Central University. The alerted university authorities have rushed the injured students to hospital for medical treatment. The security staffs at the university have prevented the media to enter into the premises that resulted them to stage a protest there at.
Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan addresses MLAs and MLCs at orientation programme
HYDERABAD: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan addressing the two day orientation programme of MLAs and MLCs at Hyderabad said rthat the responsibility has increased following bifurcation of the State. She said that she had confidence on Chandrababu Naidu and will take the State in to the heights.
UP government offers free power to 1.71 lakh BPL families
Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to extend free power supply to 1.72 lakh families Below Poverty Line families. The Government Chief Secretary Alok Ranjan issued orders. The government planst to install 122 transmission sub stations for round the clock power supply without any power cuts.