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CM takes part in One Day One Lakh Plantations program of HUDA
Chief Minister Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu took part in One Day One Lakh Plantations program being organized by Hyderabad Urban Development Corporation (HUDA) at Reserve Forest area near Shamirpet in Ranga Reddy district. He said that environment pollution has to be put on hold immediately and asked for active involvement of Children and Women groups. A special bulletin on the topic was released. Speaking at the program, CM said that the Government has began a drive for 36 lakh plantations during this year. Home Minister Sri Devendar Gowd, HUDA chairperson Lakshmi Parthasaradhy and others took part in the program. Children from various schools, members of Women groups and National Green Corps participated in large numbers.

Government suspends 6 involved in Stationery Scam
The Government of Andhra Pradesh has issued suspension orders to 6 senior officers who were involved in the recently unearthed Stationery scam in the Panchayat's of Kurnool and Anantapur districts. Among those who were suspended includes Panchayat Raj Executive Engineer Mr. Ramachandra Chari, Mr. K Rama Rao (on whose houses ACB authorities raided), Mr. V Kriyatmakam, Mr Narasimha Rao and Mr. Ramnath Reddy. It may be recalled that the scan was about the purchase of stationery worth Rs. 2 crores without any tenders being called out for. Minister Sri Pocharam Srinivasa Reddy submitted his resignation to the Chief Minister yesterday stating moral responsibility. The Congress and Left party leaders in the region felt happy at the resignation of Mr. Pocharam and felt that the money being 'eaten' by them has to be recovered.

High Court gives its verdict on Prathyusha case
The State High Court gave its ruling stating the final report from the Central Bureau of Investigation has to be taken into consideration in regard to the death of film actress Ms. Prathysha. The case was sent to the lower Magistrate Court which was asked to go on its investigation accordingly. The High Court also asked the Government to take action on CARE Hospital, Police Department and the Forensic Labs for their lapses. The case was at the High Court took 4 months following a writ petition. Senior Lawyer Mr. A Satyaprasad was advocating on behalf of for Ms. Prathyusha. The High Court appreciated the effort of the News paper and the Media for their excellent coverage.

Congress, CPI Corporators in Vijayawada Municipal Corporation blocked the car of Minister Mr. NMD Farooq at Municipal Guest House and demanded for an explanation as to why they were not being consulted when the Corporation has decided to sell property Rs. 100 Crores worth of Shopping complex and Kalyanamantapams without contacting. Municipal Commissioner and Mayor tried to convince the members but was in vain. The Minister said that the Municipality and its Corporate members will contact council before the Government takes a decision.

3 people including in which 2 sisters died when a jeep in which they were traveling met with an accident after loosing control in Station Ghanapur near Warangal

CM inaugurates Neta Bazaar
Chief Minister Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu inaugurated Neta Bazaar in Karimnagar. He said that the Government will look into the problems of handloom workers and suggested the need for change in designs and setting up of more handloom shops. Women in large numbers took part in the program.

Mr. SS Prasad - a Scientist at the NGRI, Hyderabad won the National Mineral Award announced today.

Andhra Pradesh Non-Government Officials (AP NGO) in Visakhapatnam said that they will launch as hunger strike in Hyderabad if the Government does not come forward to look into the problems of Teachers and Employees. They said that dharnas will begin from next month if the Government still does not look into the issue.

Employees of the Nellore District Co-Operative Bank staged a dharna asking for solving their pending demands in Nellore. They also asked for the immediate cancellation of 116C modification. AITUC in Hyderabad asked the Government to stop closure or weakening of the co-operative sector banks.

CLP Leader Dr. Y S Rajasekhar Reddy asked the Government as to why TDP did not ask its ministers KE Prabakar, K Subba Raidu, Kodela Siva Prasad who were involved in various cases and why Mr. Pocharam Srinivasa Reddy was asked to resign. He said that TDP have different plans and schemes for different level of Ministers.

Commissioner of Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad (MCH) - Mrs. Chitra Ramachandran asked the Engineers working under MCH to arrange for setting up of sign board of various projects being implemented by the Corporation. She asked Engineers to check the progress of various works and submit a report on them.

PCC President releases book on Nationality of Ms. Sonia Gandhi
Pradesh Congress Party President Sri M Satyanarayana Rao released a book on 'Nationality of Ms. Sonia Gandhi'. CLP Leader Dr. YS Rajasekhar Reddy, Senior Congress Leader Mrs. Sarojinipulla Reddy, PCC Secretary Mr. Sudhakar Reddy were present. Speaking at the program, MSR said the Ms. Sonia Gandhi was a pure India and felt sorry at the comments by some leaders recently. He reminded that the Supreme Court has given its verdict that Ms. Sonia was a 100% Indian.

Home Minister Sri Devendar Gowd said that the Government has decided to provide cell phones to Police staff over Sub-Inspector level. Director General of Police Mr Pervaram Ramulu, Ramalingeswara Rao and others were present at the press meet.

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