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November 29, 2001

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SC-ST backlog posts to be filled in a months time - orders CM

Chief Minister Sri Chandrababu Naidu ordered the authorities to see that all pending or backlog posts allocated to SC/ST candidates should be completed at the earliest. He said that the pending 7500 posts should be filled within 1 month. He spoke at the District Collectors Meet that began in Hyderabad yesterday. He said that the Collector should see that the necessary facilities were provided to the farmers and see that their crop gets more production with reduction of costs. He said that the farmer sector should be made be provided with technology know-how in this regard. The Janmabhoomi Program that will begin in January 2002 will be focusing on Health and that due importance will be given for the development of the Girijans. He asked the Collector for modify the Food for Work program to be more useful in Girijan areas. He said that the Government will be coming up with a scheme in a months time for development of Girijan areas. He said that all authorities of the Agriculture Department and the Districts Collector should be completely aware of WTO reforms and see that the farmers in their areas should not feel dissatisfied with their authorities not aware of the rule and regulations.

A Rally was held at Visakhapatnam by members of 10 Port and Dock Employee Unions demanding the authorities to solve the long pending problems of Port and Dockyards. The rally began at the Port Jeety and ended at ADB.

NDA Govt. has no awareness on farmer problems - comments Balram Jakkar
Balram Jakkar commented the NDA-led Government has no awareness on practical problems faced by the farmer community in the country. He said that why the Central Government has taken back George Fernandez even when there were allegations on him. He spoke at State Executive Meet of the National Students Union of India held at Hyderabad. CLP Leader Sri Rajasekhar Reddy and APCC President Sri P Satyanarayana and other Congress leaders were present and spoke at the meet.

New pattern from EAMCET 2003 ?
AP State Council of Education said that it is considering change in the pattern and standard of the Engineering and Medical Admissions Exam starting from EAMCET 2003. The current time allocation was that the candidate has to answer 200 questions in 150 minutes. This time will be increased so that the candidate will have more time to answer questions and spend more time thinking about the solution rather than marking out an answer like a trained horse. Every year about 1.2 Lakh students will be attempting EAMCET Exams.

Telugu Yuvata asked the Government to name the stadium under construction at Gacchi Bowli for the National Games after Late Chief Minister and Actor Sri N T Rama Rao

Naxals of the Peoples War Group blaster a Milk factory in Pilery of Chittoor district owned by the family members of the Chief Minister Sri Chandrababu Naidu.

Sarpanch and Mandal President of the Telugu Desam Party in Mogilipeta village of Karimnagar, Ch Narsa Goud was killed by Naxals of the Peoples War Group.

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