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February 3, 2002

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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

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Look South II seminar begins
Look South II seminar begins
Union Minister Mr. Jagmohan said that the Central Government is working on its best to promote tourism in the country in phased manner. He inaugurated a seminar on Look South II - From Concept to Implementation and was the Second International Tourism Conference and Exhibition on South India at Grand Kakatiya Section, Hyderabad.

CPI(M) 17th Congress Invitation Committee meet was held in Hyderabad today. The summit discussed on the various problems in the agriculture sector and state of farmer in the country and Andhra Pradesh in particular. Professor Utsa Pathnaik spoke at the meet and said that Andhra Pradesh Government has been implementing what the World Bank has said and this resulted in the cutting of subsidies to the farmers, power sector reforms which were a hindrance to the farmer. It felt that the dramatic decrease in the agriculture area in the state was a serious problem.

4 farming labour died when a Lorry overturned in Khammam. About 20 more who were injured were shifted to Chintoor hospital.

Minister Mr. Kaidyam Srihari said that the Government has released Rs. 193 Crores for various reservoir projects in the state. He made visits to Kandaleru Reservoir and Somasila Project works in Nellore. He said that the Government will be more focusing on Branch cannel works and see that water is effectively used. He ordered authorities to make estimates for the remaining works at the earliest.

NIMS Resident Doctors association began their Indefinite Strike from today.

Congress MLA Mr. Kodanda Reddy asked Mr. Sudheer Kumar to investigate into any allegations made against him. He spoke with the press and said that he never worked against the Congress party.

Minister for School Education Mr. Mandava Venkateswara Rao said Government will consider introduction of a period every week for teaching moral education to students. He took part in a meet organised by Andhra Pradesh Tutorial and Convents Association in Vijayawada. Ministers N Janardhana Reddy, N Narasimha Rao, Vadde Sobhanadreswara Rao and others also took part in the meet.

50 sheep were killed when an APSRTC Bus ploughed into a heard of sheep grazing in Bramhagiri Mandal of Kurnool.

The Records of the Sravya Cooperative Urban Bank in Himayatnagar were seized by the Central Crime Station Officer upon a complaint by its investors. All Computer records were also verified.

Mr. G Hanumanthaiah was elected as the President of the Visakha Autonagar Small-Scale Industries Welfare Association.

SP of Adilabad, Mr. Mahesh Muralidhar Bhagwar advised teachers particularly in tribal areas not to have any links with Peoples War Group naxals.

Renowned Scientist Mr. K Harinarayana said that India achieving leadership in aerospace technology is the key to alleviate poverty. He addressed a gathering on Sunday in Srikakulam.
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