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May 5, 2002

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Andhra Pradesh News on May 5, 2002

Over 250 child labour rescued in Kurnool

UNICEF and Police Forces raided many centers in Kurnool district and released over 250 child laborers in the district. Over 300 police personnel were involved in the search which continued till late night. It is believed that over 25 child labors were rescued from a Beedi (Tobacco) factory.

Ms. Vijayakumari - wife of former Lok Sabha Speaker Sri GMC Balayogi agreed to stand on TDP ticket for the Lok Sabha ticket from Amalapuram constituency.
CLP Leader Dr Y S Rajasekhar Reddy said that the privatization plan of Nizam Sugars Limited was done on a personal interest basis and not in the interest of the public.
Congress Rajya Sabha Member and Film Director Sri Dasari Narayana accepted the challenge and said that he'll invite AICC President Ms. Sonia Gandhi to tour villages on Anti-Janmabhoomi plank and disprove the claims of development as said by Chief Minister. He spoke with the press at Tirupati.
Three people died when a Lorry hit a Auto at the Bypass road in Anakapalle district. It is believed that the dead were returning from a temple.
May 5 in History

Events and happenings on 5 May in History

5 May 2001
Highlights: United Insurance special scheme for Engineering Students in state

5 May 2002
Highlights: Over 250 child labour rescued in Kurnool

5 May 2003
Highlights: Intermediate first year results released

5 May 2005
Highlights: More than one hundred naxals give up

5 May 2006
Highlights: Prime Minister in ADB meet

5 May 2007
Highlights: Chief Minister to leave for US on Sunday

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