Andhra Pradesh News on May 19, 2014
May 20, 2014 - Hyderabad
- Why the meeting? Questions Chandrababu Naidu
HYDERABAD: TDP chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu questioned the rationale of the YSRCP chief Jagan Mohan Reddy meeting the Prime Minister designate Narendra Modi. Naidu asked 'what is the purpose behind the visit? Whose interest the YSRCP leaders want to protect by meeting Modi? However, he did not elaborate when reporters asked him whether he would seek action against Jagan Mohan Reddy. Chandrababu Naidu said that he would not blame anyone and firmly believed that the law would take its course.
- V-C rules out ANU housing Secretariat
GUNTUR: With the rumour that ANU could house Camp Office of new Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, the Vice-Chancellor K Viyanna Rao dismissed the rumours and categorically said that there was no proposal from nay one to allot a block or a group of buildings for any administrative purpose.
- Civils notification delayed
HYDERABAD: The notification for the Civil Services Examination 2014 which was scheduled to be out on May 17 has been delayed. Aspirants are eagerly awaiting the notification, expecting clarification on the enhanced age limit for the eligible, along with the relaxation in the number of attempts. Earlier in the year, Government had issued a notification granting two additional attempts to all aspirants with a 'consequential age relaxation.'
- Teacher arrested on sexual abuse charge
KADAP: The police arrested Mukarram, a teacher in Al Manaar high school in Chintakommadinne on charges of sexually abusing girl student. A case was booked against him on a complaint lodged by parents of some girl students.
- Burglars kill aged couple
WARANGAL: An elderly couple was done to death at Kirthi Nagar on the Warangal town outskirts on Monday. According to police, the couple identified as Ch Sekhariah (85) and his wife Suguna (80) live along at their residence. Some unidentified persons reportedly gained entry into the house to loot valuables from the residence. When they resisted, the miscreants were done to death.