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June 27, 2014 - Hyderabad

    Intermediate Second year Supplementary results announced

    HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh Minister for HRD Ganta Srinivasa Rao on Friday evening released the second year Intermediate Advanced Supplementary examination results. Telangana Minister for Education Jagadeeshwar Reddy could not attend the function as he was away on a tour. Out of 2,81,950 students who took the examination only 1,20,566 students have cleared with 42.89 pass percentage. With this that total pass percentage has gone to 80.66. He said that the marks memo will be available from July 3.

    Chief Minister opines that Vijayawada is the Centre point

    VIJAYAWADA: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu opined that Vijayawada is the centre point for the State. This, he was reportedly disclosed to the Union Minister for Petroleum Dharmendra Pradhan. He who travelled along with the Union Minister said that Vijayawada has all necessary requisites like airport, rail and road connectivity and after this Visakhapatnam is the second best city.

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    CPI demands a high level committee enquiry:
    VISKAHAPATNAM: Communist Party of India senior leader Narayana demanded that a high level committee to probe into the incident. Speaking to press here, he wanted to probe any internal or external conspiracies in the incident.

    Eight buildings seized
    HYDERABAD: GHMC officials on Friday seized eight buildings constructed in Gurukul Trust lands. GHMC Commissioner Somesh Kumar personally supervised the seizure proceedings. He said that apart from GHMC, Water Board, Electricity Board, Revenue and Police departments are functioning jointly. He said that efforts to initiate three times of fine in electricity and water bills on those constructed in violation.

    APSRTC staff likely to get extension of retirement of age
    HYDERABAD: Following an appeal by the employees of APSRTC to increase the retirement age, the management is making efforts to increase the retirement age by 60 years on par with the State Government employees. A resolution will be placed in the Board meeting to be held on June 30. This, if materialized would benefit 63,000 employees.

    Petition filed against retired ACP on sexual harassment
    HYDERABAD: The State Human Rights commission responding over a petition filed by a woman that a retired ACP Gulab Singh has assaulted her physically. The Commission that took up the case has directed the Panjagutta police to investigate and submit a report by July 28.

    Tamil Nadu Governor Rosaiah entrusted with additional charge
    The President of India, Pranab Mukherjee has entrusted Tamil Nadu Governor Rosaiah was additional charge as the Governor of Karnataka . It may be recalled that the Karnataka Governor Bharadwaja is retiring on Saturday following the expiry of term.

    Yellow media is playing mind game', alleges MLA Sridhar Reddy
    NELLORE: YSRCP MLA Kotamreddy Sridhar Reddy alleged that Yellow media is playing a mind game and is encouraging defections in the party. He alleged that though it plays many conspiracies, YSRCP will bag Nellore Corporation seat said Nellore city rural MLA Dr.Anil Kumar.

    'Division of APSRTC will be completed', says MD Poornachandra Rao
    HYDERABAD: APSRTC MD J Poornachandra Rao said that the division of APSRTC in between the two will be completed shortly. Speaking to media on Friday, he said that the process is under near completion. Experts committee will be meeting on July 1 and immediately after receiving a report, it will be placed before the two governments for completion of the process, he said.

    PG Medical Counselling stopped abruptly
    VIJAYAWADA: The on-going counselling for admission into PG medical seats on Friday was stopped abruptly while the counselling was going on at 134 ranks. The students alleged that injustice is being done to reserved category students. With this, the counselling was stopped and will be resumed on Saturday.

    High level committee for power related issues
    NEW DELHI: The constituting of a high level committee on power relates between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State is under consideration. The committee will be headed by the Chairman of the Central Electricity Authority and members from both the governments. The decision came in the backdrop of AP Genco’s declaration that it was withdrawing from 10 power purchase agreements (PPAs) with the discoms for which approval by APERC is pending. A decision is likely in a couple of days according to sources.

    Farm loan waiver is not the BJP election manifesto', says BJP State president
    VIJAYAWADA: Bharatiya Janata Party State unit president K Hari Babu said that farm loan waiver is not the party's manifesto. He said that that it was the responsibility of TDP government and the Centre would extend all possible support. He said that the BJP has decided to appeal the State Government to declare July 4, the birth anniversary of Alluri Sitarama Raju as State festival.

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