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Andhra Pradesh News on March 16, 2014

March 16, 2014 - Hyderabad

  • Youth Congress activists burn effigies of JSP chief Pawan Kalyan
    VISAKHAPATNAM:Youth Congress activists on Saturday burnt the effigies of Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan's effigies at various places following his comments against Congress on the inaugural of party in Hyderabad. Protests were held in various places in the city and also in Srikakulam, Viziangaram and Visakhapatnam districts and Rajahmundry. Youth Congress state secretary Yadipalli Raja Rao charged the actor of his hatred speech on the Congress party. He said that the actor speech indicates of his likely support to the TDP. The statements of Pawan Kalyan to post the secrets of other leaders on social media are nothing but black main politics, he said.
  • TDP MLA Jaipal Yadav joins TRS
    MAHBUBNAGAR: Telugu Desam Party two time MLA from Kalwakruty S Jaipal Yadav on Saturday joined TRS. Sources said that three more MLAs are on line to join TRS according to sources. TDP MLA Y Yella Reddy already joined TRS with his followers.
  • 6,836 nominations filed of 10 Municipal Corporations
    HYDERABAD: A total of 6,836 nominations were filed for 513 wards in ten municipal corporations on Saturday. A maximum number of 1,013 nominations were filed for Vijayawada Municipal Corporation in Krishna district while the least of 275 nominations was filed for Eluru Municipal Corporation in West Godavari district according to State Election Commission. In all 146 municipalities and nagar panchayats, a total of 36,035 nominations were filed for 3,990 wards.
  • Two APSRTC drivers and 38 hired woodcutters arrested
    CHITOOR: The police on Saturday intercepted an APSRTC bus of Chittoor Depot at Gudipala and arrested two drivers of the Corporation and 38 hired woodcutters early in Saturday. They recovered axes, machetes and provisions used for cooking were seized. A thorough checking of the vehicle helped in arresting labourers hired for felling red sanders trees in Seshachalam forests in Chittoor and Kadapa districts. A case was registered and investigation is going on, said police.
  • TPCC president slams KCR for going back on his word
    HYDERABAD: Telangana Pradesh Congress president Ponnala Lakshmiah said that following TRS president K Chandrasekhara Rao who said 'will not have any alliance with Congress' said that he who had gone back on his own words. He said that Telangana people will not believe KCR. He said that people will not endorse his negative remarks on merger with Congress as the people knew that Congress had delivered Separate Telangana State, said the TPCC president. He reminded that Congress did not pose any such proposal and the TRS chief who put forth and went back on the proposal, said Lakshmiah.
  • TDP polit Bureau member Ashok Gajapati Raju releases brochure
    VIZIANGARAM: Telugu Desam Party Polit Bureau member P Ashok Gajapati Raju on Saturday released brochure brought by a technical experts committee for distribution to door to door. The brochure has all the 12 promises such as waiver of farm loans, hike in pension to Rs.1,000 house sites for the poor are among others that were announced by TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu.
  • JSP would give priority to Samaikya activists', says Sabbam Hari
    Jai Samaikyandhra Party (JSP) leader Sabbam Hari said on Saturday that the party would try to bring onto one platform people from all sections of the society who had been fighting for the cause of United State. He said that the party would give an opportunity to all protagonists of united Andhra Pradesh. A meeting will be held on Sunday afternoon where the members of the student community where Kiran Kumar Reddy would address them, he said.
  • TET today
    Teachers' Eligibility Test (TET) will be conducted across the state today. Commissioner of School Education M Jagadeeshwar said that all arrangements for conduct of the test have already been completed. Paper 1 begins at 9:30 am and will conclude at 12 noon. The second paper will start at 2 pm till 5 pm. As many as 4,49,902 candidates will take up the test across the state. 1975 exam centres are being used for the test.

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