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July 29, 2014 - Hyderabad

Two non-cadre SPs transferred
HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh Government on Wednesday transferred to non-cadre SPs. Vigilance and Enforcement SP Ammireddy has been transferred as SP CID while Kurnool Additional SP (Administration)A Venkata Ratnam is posted as Intelligence Additional SP.

‘Welfare Schemes will be linked to Aadhar’, says Chief Secretary Krishna Rao
HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh Chief Secretary IYR Krishna Rao has directed all the heads of the departments to link all welfare schemes of the beneficiaries to Aadhar numbers. As part of the weekly programme with the head of the departments, the Chief Secretary has wanted the officials on Wednesday to link the schools, students joined in Government hostels and Revenue records to be linked with it in time bound programme.

Special officer for Kuppam
CHITOOR: Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu is keen on bringing a total change in development of key areas of agriculture and its allied sectors in the State according to his Special Secretary A Giridhar. He visited Kuppam along with Chitoor Collector Siddartha Jain on Wednesday and held a review meeting with the district heads of various departments. Speaking to press, he said that special officer for Kuppam constituency would be appointed soon.

Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee to hold meeting
SRIKAKULAM: The Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president N Raghuveera Reddy will hold a review meeting with Congress leaders on August 2 at Indira Vignana Bhavan to chalk out the action plan for strengthening the party.

100 hostel inmates taken to ill
RAZOLE (East Godavari): Over 100 inmates of the social welfare girls hostel at Sivakodu were taken to ill after consuming ‘Ravva Laddu’ that was served with the afternoon meal on Wednesday. The girls complained of nausea and vomiting and after administering first aid, 35 girls were shifted to the community health centre. Home Minister N Chinna Rajappa ordered for an inquiry into the incident.

‘Two governments are playing with students' future’, says Botcha Satyanarayana
HYDERABAD: Former PCC president Botcha Satyanrayana said that the two governments are playing with the future of students. He appealed the Governor to interfere immediately. He welcomed the decision of the Government to investigate the Indiramma Housing scheme. He alleged that Chandrababu Naidu is releasing White Papers without any basis. He questioned why the government is silent on MSP to paddy while TDP government is planning to distribute Ipads.

‘Loan waiver implementation will take three months’ time
HYDERABAD: Minister P Narayana on Wednesday said that it will take three months’ time for implementing loan waiver scheme. The statement gained importance in the wake of uncertainty over the date of implementation.

‘Nara Lokesh distributes aid to families
HYDERABAD: TDP youth leader Nara Lokesh on Wednesday distributed Rs.1 lakh financial aid to the next of the kith and kin who died in the recent Masaipet Nanded passenger-Kakatiya Techno School bus accident.

‘Employees division in consultation with Chief Secretaries of both States
HYDERABAD: Employees’ division advisory committee secretary PV Ramesh said on Wednesday that the division of employees have been agreed in consultations of the Chief Secretaries of both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. He said that district, zonal and multi-zonal will not come into their purview. He committee will once again meet on August 13. The committee will take up objections from public up to August 5 and after that only changes will take place in the guidelines. He said that 76,000 employees are being divided in 58:42 ratio.

‘Union Government send notices to former Union Ministers
NEW DELHI: The Union Government on Wednesday issued notices to former 16 Union Ministers who have not vacated the official residences allotted to them. Union Minister for Urban Development M Venkaiah Naidu said that they are still residing in the government houses unofficially.

Court orders II town police to file a report within 15 days on KCR comments
ANANTAPUR: A court on Wednesday directed the police to submit a report on the alleged controversial statements given by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao on Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan. The II town police are supposed to submit a report by today. It may be recalled that a case u/s 153, 506, 307, 109 and 156 sections. The court recorded the statements of advocate Murali Krishna.

Minister Atchannaidu faults with KCR on transport tax
HYDERABAD: Minister Atchannaidu faulted Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao of imposing transport tax on the vehicles of Andhra Pradesh. He said that AP State Reorganization Bill itself says that no tax be levied on the vehicles belonging to Andhra Pradesh.

NIT to come up at Ananthapur
ANATHAPURAM: Minister P Narayana on Wednesday visited Ananthapur and said that NIT University will come up here. He said that the government is searching 300 acres of land for that purpose.

Supreme Court stays High Court orders
DELHI: The Supreme Court of India on Wednesday stayed the orders of High Court and ordered issuance of notices to 52 accused in Tsundur massacre case.

Two killed due to electrocution
KRISHNA: Two persons were killed in Bapulapadu mandal in Krishna district due to electrocution while another woman was seriously injured. The injured was shifted to hospital.

SU Medical college students stage dharna
TIRUPATI: The Sri Venkateswara Medical College students on Wednesday staged a dharna demanding not to allot the newly constructed building to Padmavati College.

RTA raids on buses
HYDERABAD: Road Transport Authority officials on Wednesday conducting raids on school buses that are plying in violation of rules.

Committee formed to curb sand mining
VIZIANGARAM: To curb illegal sand quarrying, the district administration has decided to initiate action under WALTA.

Joint Collector B Rama Rao said that they constituted a committee with tahsildrs, station house officer, panchayat secretaries and officials of Ground Water, RWS and Mines Department at mandal level and sarpanch, panchayat secretary and VRO at village level to arrest illegal sand mining.

The Joint Collector said that a penalty of Rs.5,000 per tractor, Rs.15,000 per 10 tonne capacity truck and Rs.25,000 for trucks above 10 tonnes. Will be levied.

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