Andhra Pradesh News on June 29, 2014
June 29, 2014 - Hyderabad
NEW DELHI: Gas Authority of India Limited authorities on Sunday placed two senior officials of the Andhra Pradesh unit under suspension. It may be recalled that 19 persons were killed and several others injured after a fire caused by a possible leakage of gas from its pipelines.
AP government to take Telangana to Court on fee reimbursement
HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh Government has decided to take the Telangana Government to court if the latter fails to reimbursement the fee to the students from Andhra Pradesh studying in Telangana. The Chief Minister has directed the HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao legal opinion on the 1956 clause being proposed by the counterpart.
It is now the turn of Telangana Employees to seek enhancing of retirement age
HYDERABAD: After the Andhra Pradesh Government enacted a legislation enhancing the retirement age to 60 years, the Telangana employees met the Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday and appealed for this. A delegation of T-Non-Gazetted Officers association led by its president G Devi Prasada Rao and general secretary K Ravinder Reddy represented him seeking enhancing their retirement age. A possible announcement may come from KCR in a fortnight time.
Two youths washed ashore
VISAKHAPATNAM: The bodies of two youths were washed ashore and the search is on for another youth who drowned at RK Beach on Sunday. However, community guards could save two persons. In another incident at Rushikonda, one Nagesh who was washed away but his body was caught in the nets set up to caution people and was brought ashore in about half an hour.