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CM indicates of new Legal system for Villeges in the state
Chief Minister Sri N Chandrababu Naidu has held a high level meeting with his Ministers and other administration officers from districts. He said that a new Village legal system will be brought about for providing solution to small disputes at the Panchayat level. He also that strengthening of the Village Secretariat system has to be strengthen and that they will be networked with the Secretariat. He said that a project for this networking has to be planned.

With these new plans, all litigations will be solved at Panchayat system. He also said that clear mentioning of works to be performed at the Panchayat level and that filling of 5000 posts will be done.

Panchayat Raj Department Minister Mr. Pocharam Srinuvasalu, Home Minister Sri Devendar Goud, Revenue Minister P Ashok Gajapathi Raju, District Collectors, DRDO Authorities, Supuches and others

CM inaugurats workshop on Smart Governance
Chief Minister inaugurated a workshop entitled 'Smart Governance' at Dr. Marri Chenna Reddy Human Resources Development Center in Hyderabad. Speaking at the program, CM said that there are over 11 Lakh files pending at the Secretariat and that with the use of Information Technology, much of the work became automated and asked TCS to provide training to high-level Authorities. Revenue Minister, Panchayat Raj Minister, Sri. Swaminathan and others took part in the inaugural program.

Naxals may come for talks with Government - says Minister Sri Tammineni
Minister Sri Tammineni Seetaram expressed his hope that Naxals will come forward and attend the upcoming meet between Naxals and the Government. He spoke with the press at Srikakulam and felt that they (Naxals) should not move with weapons and that coming to the talks 'will be left to their decision'.

All set for 24hrs power in villeges - says AP Transco
Managing Director of AP Transco Mr. Kodela Durga Prasad said that all arrangements are made to see that power is made available 24hrs a day in villages starting this August. He spoke with the press at Tirupati and said that Southern Distribution has record level recoveries and identified and register cases many power theft connections.

RTC National Majdoor Union said that they will hold hunger strike at all over the state as a protest for consideration of their demands on 11 and 12th. A decision to this effect was taken in a meeting held by NMU at Warangal.

Bombs defused in Vijayawada Bus Station
Police in Vijaywada were successful in defusing a bomb at Pandit Nehru Bus station 8 bomb from a person who belongs to Guntur.

Members of the National Students Union of India met Director General of Police Mr. Pervaram Ramulu and asked him to take sufficient to stop ragging and eve teasing at Colleges since admissions were almost completed. They also asked him to direct police to instruct film theaters not to affix adult posters near colleges.

Mr. Ramulu was also happy at the surrender of 8 naxals.

Congress rejects BJP's comments on MSR
Senior Congress Leader Sri Gali Muddu Krisham Naidu said that the recent statement by State BJP that PCC President Sri M Satyanarayana Rao should be arrested under POTO was a clear indication on BJP's view of implementation of the POTO and that this was a clear 'warning' of misuse of POTO Act.

The 3rd Anniversary of The Kanakamahalakshmi Co-Op Bank Ltd was held at Visakhapatnam today. President of AP State Co-Operative Bank Sri TD Janardhana Rao was the Chief Guest.

Leaders of the TDP from Nalgonda demanded for the arrest of former Minister Mr. Damodar Reddy of Congress for alleged involvement of manufacture of bombs at his residence.

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