Andhra Pradesh News on July 28, 2014
July 28, 2014 - Hyderabad
Former AU Registrar dead
VISAKHAPATNAM: Former Andhra University Registrar and a space and radio physics scientist PVS Rama Rao died in United States on Sunday due to cardiac arrest. He was 74 and is survived by two sons and a daughter. AU Vice Chancellor GSN Raju expressed grief over the death.
‘Capital should be centrally located’, says Minister Narayana
VISAKHAPTNAM: Minister for Urban Development P Narayana reiterated the government stand that the State Capital should be centrally located. Speaking at a press conference on Monday along with HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao, he said that Sivaramakrishnan committee is expected to submit report in August. An exercise is going on to identify the place for capital and capital cities in India and abroad were also being examined.
Chandrababu Naidu question Telangana State decisions on nativity
HYDERABAD: The AP Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu on
Orders issued promoting 17 inspectors as DSPs
HYDERABAD: The Director General of Police JV Ramudu on Monday issued orders promoting 17 inspectors as Deputy Superintendent of Police in lines with Supreme Court orders.
Chief Minister releases White paper on Irrigation sector
HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu on Monday released White Paper on Irrigation projects in the State. He alleged that large scale corruption took place in the projects. He said that the Congress government during its ten years of rule though spent huge amounts could not complete the projects.
Kesavareddy Educational institutions chairman joins TDP
HYDERABAD: Kesava Reddy educational institutions chairman Kesava Reddy on Monday joined TDP in presence of its president Nara Chandrababu Naidu.
No pressure on EAMCET counseling dates’, says SCHE Chairman
HYDERABAD: State Council for Higher Education Chairman Venugopal Reddy said that there was no pressure in announcing the EAMCET counseling date. He said that in view of the Supreme Court delivers its judgment on August 4 the decision was taken. He said that only certificates verification will be taken up from August 7. On the counseling, the SCHE will discuss with both the governments’, said Venugopal Reddy.
Ramzan on Tuesday
Ramzan will be celebrated on Tuesday following sight of Moon in Kolkata. Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Governments have declared holiday.
Nara Lokesh visits Yashoda hospital
HYDERABAD: TDP leader Nara Lokesh on Monday visited Yashoda hospital and called on the children undergoing treatment. He announced that Rs.1 lakh to the families of those killed and Rs.50,000 to those injured. He promised to extend medial aid through NTR Trust to those injured. It may be recalled that the children were injured following Nanded passenger train hit a techno school bus at Masaipet in Medak
‘Congress to agitate over loan waiver’, APCC chief Raghuveera Reddy
HYDERABAD: APCC president N Raghuveera Reddy said that the promise of loan waiver by TDP president Nara Chandrababu has to be implemented in toto without any caps.
Raghuveera said that Naidu is making efforts to escape from the promises he had given to people. He said that protests would be held across the State on August 4 in all the 13 districts before district collectorates from 10am to 12 noon.
ACB conduct raids seized Rs.1.12 lakhs
ANANTAPURAM: The ACB officials on the early hours of Sunday conducted raids at RTO and ACTO check posts near Palamaneru and Gudipala and seized Rs.1.12 lakhs of unaccounted cash. They took into custody of a private agent. <.p>
It is not correct for Chandrababu Naidu to impose caps on loan waiver
JAGGAMPET (East Godavari): YSRCP deputy floor leader Jaggampet MLA Jyotsula Nehru said that it is not correct for the Chief Minister Naidu to impose caps on Loan Waiver. Participating in Narakasura Vadha, protest programme, Nehru said that nearly Rs.1lakh two thousand crore loans are there in the State and out of it Rs.87,000 belongs to farmers and Rs.14,000 to DWACRA groups.
Collector gives Iftar party to Muslims
GUNTUR: District Collector Kantilal Dande on Sunday has given Iftar party to Muslims on the eve of Ramzan. All people representatives, officials and Muslim heads participated.
Telecom operators have to ensure minimum down load speed from August 23
NEW DELHI: With the latest amendment by TRAI, all the telecom operators have to ensure a minimum down load speed of their subscribers not less than 80 per cent from August 23.
It said that every service provider shall in all its wireless (mobile and dongle) data plans, indicate the minimum down load speed available to the consumers. TRAI has notified that minimum broadband speed should be 512 kilobit per second. 3G is generally considered as wireless broadband service.