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Dec 27, 2001
30,000 staff to work for Hyderabad Municipal Corporation elections
Hyderabad Election Authority, Mr. P K Mahanthi said that about 30,000 staff will be deployed for the upcoming Municipal Corporation Elections of Hyderabad and that efficient training will be provided to them to see that the elections take place peacefully and in fair means. He said that Hyderabad Municipality has 26.5 voters and that 3064 polling stations will be setup for the elections.

Dec 26, 2001
Elections for various Municipalities on Jan 22, 2002
The Elections for Municipalities in Hyderabad, Tirupati, Hindupur, Gaddiannaram and Markapur were scheduled to be held on January 22, 2002.

Dec 22, 2001
Chief Minister Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu visited the newly constructed Haj House and the Haj 2002 Medical Camp at Nampally. The Haj House was the first one being constructed by the Government.

Dec 13, 2001
Chief Minister Sri N Chandrababu Naidu has hosted Iftar Dinner at Gosha Mahal Stadium. Consul General of Iranian Consulate, Mrs. Parthibaba Barathi and others attended the dinner.

Dec 6, 2001
The NABARD sanctioned Rs. 89.66 Crores for various rural development projects in the state as per the 51st Project Sanctioning Committee report.

Dec 3, 2001
Governor Dr. C Rangarajan organised an Iftar dinner at the lawns of Raj Bhawan. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Sri Chandrababu Naidu, Consul-General of Iran, Mr. Ali Gomi, Speaker of Legislative Assembly Mrs. Prathiba Barathi and other MLA's and MP's took part in the dinner.

Dec 2, 2001
Prime Minister visits Hyderabad on a 1-day visit.

Dec 1, 2001
e-Seva to offer all Governmental services
Chief Minister Sri Chandrababu Naidu said that all Governmental services will be made available through e-Seva Programmes. He inaugurated a new e-Seva Center at Vijayanagar Colony in Hyderabad. He said that Bus, Rail and Air Tickets issue facilities will be provided to the citizens from a single place.

Nov 28, 2001
District Collectors Meet begins
District Collectors Meeting began at Hyderabad today. The meeting is headed by Chief Minister Sri Chandrababu Naidu. All District Collectors in the state, Ministers of various Departments were present at the meet.

Nov 25, 2001
The Tamil Magazine Nakkeran appealed to the Governor of Andhra Pradesh and incharge Governor of Tamil Nadu, Dr. C Rangarajan to probe into arrest of their reporter Mr. Siva Sundaram.

Nov 22, 2001
The Engineering and Staff College of India was selected as consultancy for preparing a report on Neeru - Meeru Program.

Nov 17, 2001
Union Minister of State for Urban Development Sri Bandaru Dattatreya promised a speedy help for the depositors of Krushi Bank.

Nov 16, 2001
APCC President Sri M Satyanarayana Reddy has undergone a surgery at a private hospital. Sources say he is perfectly alright.

Nov 6, 2001
AITUC and CITU rallies in support to APSRTC
The AITUC and CITU workers union has rallied from Indira park till Sundarayya park in Hyderabad. AITUC leader Mr. Potluri Nageswara Rao said that Chief Minister should conduct discussions again with the APSRTC unions and should solve the problem immediately.

Nov 5, 2001
12 people of DJS were arrested and brought before the XVI Metropolitan Court in Hyderabad. They were held under Section 147,153 for getting trained with arms under the name of Jihad or Holy War. They were directed to be put under remand till November 9, 2001.

Nov 4, 2001
National Seminar on Media Trends
Press Council Chairman Justice K Jaya Chandara Reddy spoke at a National Seminar on Media Trends in Hyderabad today.

Nov 3, 2001
CCMB said that they will be setting up a special group for research on Anthrax. Director of CCMB said that Chief Minister has approved for this proposal.

Nov 2, 2001
Sri Bhimsen Joshi said he will hold a concert at the Falaknama Palace in Hyderabad today.

Oct 24, 2001
Mr. S Panduranga Rao is dead
The General Secretary of Hyderabad City Congress Committee, Mr. S Panduranga Rao was found dead at a railway crossing in the early hours. Mr. Rao was out for a morning walk but hasen't returned home even after hours. His body was found to be runover by an Express train and was found in pieces. Supporters of Mr. Rao gathered at his house in large numbers.

Oct 22, 2001
Chief Minister Sri Chandrababau Naidu inaugurated a Seminar n Civil Registration of Births and Deaths in Hyderabad. He felt concern over the decrease in the number of birth registrations in the state and asked the authorities to see that the same be more concentrated.

Oct 21, 2001
An APSP Constable committed suicide by shooting at himself with a 303 riffle in Hyderabad.

Oct 17, 2001
Mr. A N Jagadeeswaran has taken over as the new Executive Director of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited at Ramachandrapuram.

Oct 13, 2001
Condition restored peaceful at the Old City and Charminar area in Hyderabad today. Police arrested 10 persons and RPF Forces were deployed in the area as a precautionary measure.

Oct 12, 2001
4 women of the same family committed suicide by consuming pesticide in Hyderabad. They wrote that clashes with their family members was the reason for their suicide.

Oct 11, 2001
Dr. M Nagaphani Sharma felicitated
Dr. M Nagaphani Sharma - Chairman of Official Language Commission was felicitated in Hyderabad by the Cultural wing of Renaissance Artists and Writers Association.

Oct 10, 2001
The Hyderabad Task Force seied about 6675 blank fake certificates of various universities and a deer hide in its raids.

Oct 9, 2001
The Hyderabad Police and Intelligence was on full alert in Hyderabad following attacks in Afghanistan. Speaking to the Press, Sri Ramulu, Commissioner of Police said that the police are on full patience and that it will take any action on any person who takes Law into his hands.

Oct 8, 2001
The Hyderabad Task Force seized 6 Panchaloha Idols worth Lakhs of Rupees from a Gang who tried to export them to International Market.

Oct 7, 2001
The Taskforce Police of Hyderabad started teaching Yoga and Pranayamas to more than 400 Rowdy sheeters to make them leave violence.

Oct 4, 2001
Technology should uplife people
Chief Minister Sri N Chandrababu Naidu inaugurated the 2-day CII Technology Summit and Technology Platform 2001 at Hyderabad. Speaking to the gathering, he requested them to "use technology to uplift people". Senior Industrialist and pioneer of the Tata Enterprises, D. J J Irani, Chairman of CII Southern Region, Mr. S Mahalingam and others were present at the meet.

Oct 2, 2001
Akshara Sankranthi programme begins
Chief Minister Sri Chandrababu Naidu inaugurated the IInd Phase of Akshara Sankranti programme at Vikarabad in Hyderabad. He said that the Government is working on to get 100% literacy in the state by 2005.

Sep 29, 2001
Members of Students Islamic Movement of India arrested
The Hyderabad Police arrested some of the members of the Students Islamic Movement of India which has been banned by the State and National Governments in the country. They were brought before the 16th Metropolitan Magistrate at the Metropolitan Criminal Courts Complex in Hyderabad.

Sep 28, 2001
A Women SI was arrested for 1 year imprisonment for taking bribe in Hyderabad.

Sep 25, 2001
Minister Dattatreya said that Government is planning to start HUDCO project worth 80 crores to bring the Krishna river water to Hyderabad. He also said that the project will be completed in 3 years.

Sep 24, 2001
Pop Show of Venga Boys Cancelled
The Pop Show of Venga Boys to be held in the City out strikes of Hyderabad was cancelled. It is believed that the Police Department has not given permission for the show as the show is believed to have some 'semi-nude' dances.

Sep 23, 2001
Vintage Cars Rally in Hyderabad
A Vintage Cars Rally highlighting the best of the Vintage Cars in the state began at Hyderabad today. The Rally is a part of Tourism Department's programmes for the Tourism Day Celebrations 27th Sep 2001.

Sep 22, 2001
Chief Minister releases Books
Chief Minister Sri N Chandrababu Naidu released two books entitled "Myself in Parliament" and "Bhavana Theeralu" authored by former Minister Sri Bhattam Srirama Murthy. The Chairman of Press Academy, Sri Piratla Venkateswarulu was also at the inauguration function.

Sep 17, 2001
Members of the CPI staged a Dharna against Violence against Dalits at Indira Park in Hyderabad.

September 13, 2001
About 20 groups of the Income Tax Department raided many offices and houses of Corporate Doctors and IT Software Companies in Hyderabad.

Sep 11, 2001
Minister Mrs. S Aruna made a surprise visit to ENT and Cancer Hospitals in Hyderabad. She issued a dismissal order to a Doctor who failed to attend to duties in time and for not giving any reason.

Sep 10, 2001
Chief Minister Sri Chandrababu Naidu felicitated the recent Chess Grand Masters from Andhra Pradesh. Master P Hari Krishna and Kumari K Humpi were felicitated and were rewarded at a function held at Hyderabad.

Sep 6, 2001
The Dharmavaram - Secunderabad Express Train No : 7004 was flagged off by MP Sri Yerram Naidu at the Dharmavaram Railway Station.

Sep 5, 2001
The Telecom Department is gearing to provide WLL and Cellular services in the Andhra region. About 60,000 connections in the urban areas will be released initially and this number will gradually increased.

Sep 3, 2001
Union Minister Felicitated
The Union Minister for Petroleum Mr. Ram Naik assured the Petrol Dealers of a possible revision of commission before September 30, 2001. He was earlier felicitated by the AP Petroleum Dealers Association in Hyderabad. Union Minister Mr Bandaru Dattatreya was also present at the function.

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