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Andhra Pradesh News on July 25, 2014

July 25, 2014 - Hyderabad

AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu visits injured students
HYDERABAD: AP Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu on Friday visited Yashoda hospital and consoled the injured children and their families. He announced an ex-gratia of Rs.1 lakh would be paid to the kin of those killed and Rs.50,000 to the injured.

Senior Executive of BMW arrested on charges cheating and conspiracy
HYDERABAD: The City police have on Friday arrested a senior executive Stefan Schipf of BMW, a German Car maker on charges of cheating and conspiracy. North Zone DCP R Jaya Lakshmi said that the case was referred by a court based on a complaint filed in 2010. She said that he was produced before a court and was sent on remand.

Major bus accident averted
VATSAVAI (Krishna dist.): A major accident was averted on Friday when the rear wheels of a school bus got separated from the axle at Ramachandrunipeta. However, none was hurt as the vehicle was moving slowly. According to police, the bus, belonging to Sri Chaitanya Techno School at Jaggaihpet was carrying 48 students from Kapavaram and Rayadudem villages in Khammam district and Takkellapadu in Jaggatahpet mandal to the school.

Magisterial inquiry
VIJAYAWADA: A magisterial inquiry will be conducted by Vijayawada Sub-Collector and Sub-divisional magistrate D Harichandana into the circumstances leading to the death of Karrapati Yesu, son of Nancharaih of Masulipatnam. The inquiry will be conducted at the Sub-Collector’s office on August 2 at 11am.

RBI seeks more info on crop loans
HYDERABAD: Reserve Bank of India has sought some more details from the State Level Bankers Committee the break up of mandal and crop-wise loans disbursed to farmers. It may be recalled that the State Government has sent details of crop loans sought by RBI a ten days ago. It is learnt that AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is writing to RBI requesting not to insist for break up and speedy rescheduling of loans.

TTD to hold ‘Managudi’ in 52,000 temples
TIRUMALA: ‘Managudi’ programme is being organized jointly by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) and the Endowments department in 52,000 temples. Speaking to media, TTD EO MG Gopal said that the puja articles will be dispatched to all the temples in the State well ahead of the programme on Sravana Poornima on August 10. He said that Chaganti Koteswara Rao will give a spiritual discourse on the importance of Sravana Poornima.

Visakhapatnam to host International Fleet Review in 2016
VISAKHAPATNAM: Visakhapatnam is to host International Fleet Review in 2016 and the Eastern Naval Command is scheduled to have its second Presidential Review at the same time. Sources said that over 60 countries are expected to participate in the event.

Agitators locks ONGC Tatipaka refinery
MAMIDIKUDURU (East Godavari): The agitators who are undertaking relay hunger strikes demanding compensation from OGNC have locked the mini Refinery, Gas Collecting station, Gail Offices as there were no response from them. They are producing nearly 250 tonnes naphtha, super kerosene, diesel, turpentine oil which was obstructed.

Papa Rao appointed as RJD of intermediate board
SRIKAKULAM: Patruni Papa Rao was appointed as Regional Joint Director of Intermediate Board Rajahmundry. Intermediate Board Commissioner Adhar Singh has issued orders to him. He is currently working as RJD in Zone I and Zone II went on long leave due to health grounds.

AP to get 200 mw power from NTPC Jhajjar plant
HYDERABAD: The Centrla Government has agreed to allot 200 mw of power from National Thermal Power Plant Jhajjar plant to Andhra Pradesh and a note has been sent to Andhra Pradesh government.

Jana Sena chief to appoint adhoc committees
Jana Sena chief K Pawan Kalyan is planning to appoint adhoc committees in Andhra Pradesh Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Odisha States.
Sources said that he is in planning to complete the process of adhoc committee before 15 of August and is releasing the party logo and flag.

8,584 metric tonnes of red sanders to be auctioned
HYDERABAD: Government administration is preparing to conduct an open e-auction for auctioning 8,584 metric tonnes of red sanders. It may be recalled that the Government has constituted a committee under the Special Secretary of Forest.

RTC lands to be given on lease
HYDERABAD: To make good the losses, the minister for Transport Sidda Raghava Reddy said on Friday that it is going to give the lands of RTC lands for lease.
He said that he had ordered for a special drive on private colleges and school buses. The Minister said that plans are there to construction of Visakha corridor sea boats and connectivity to High Way road. 1500 news buses will be added to the existing fleet, he said.

Kamalanathan Committee meets CS of Telangana and AP
DELHI: The Kamalanathan committee in a meeting with the Chief Secretaries of Andhra Pradesh and Telangna has finalized the guidelines and modalities. The committee has given 10 day’s time to raise objections if any. The committee offers three options to the employees’ viz., divorcees, unmarried and married couples. The distribution of employees will be based on nativity of the employee. However, the committee has not given any options who are on the edge of retirement of service. The committee informed that they are going to post the modalities on the website.

‘25,000 acres of land required of State Capital’, says Minister Narayana
HYDERABAD: The Minister for Municipal Administration to urban development P Narayana said that 25,000 acres of land is required for construction of new capital.
The Minster said that they have received two proposals. The one proposal is to get acquiring private land and some will be given to the land lords. He said that the land acquirement will be sufficient for another one hundred years. Narayana said that Sivaramakrishnan committee will be meeting Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday.

Beyond Rs.1.5 lakh loanees are binamis’, says Chandrababu Naidu
KADIRI: The Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu termed that those loanees who have more than Rs.1.5 lakh loans are benamis. He said that a true farmer need not to have more than the sum.

Six students health precarious’, says doctors
HYDERABAD: the health condition of six of the 20 students injured in Musaipet Nanded train accident has become serious. Sirisha, Darshan, Prashat, Nishuta, Sarat and Sravani health is said to be dangerous. Nine students health is stable and the doctors have performed surgeries on seven students. They said that five students are undergoing treatment on ventilators.

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