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Andhra Pradesh News for January 18, 2003
Good prospectus for state in flower exports - says CM
Chief Minister Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu said that the State has good prospects for exporting flowers and horticulture related products. He inaugurated the 8th All India Nurserymen's Conference at Kadipulanka in East Godavari district. He said that the Government has asked for an assistance of Rs. 200 crores for encouraging drip irrigation in the state.

Indian Vice-President Mr. Bhairon Singh Shekawat took the darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara at Tirumala. Earlier he was warmly received by TTD officials.

Foundation stone for Coach Maintenance Complex at Visakhapatnam laid
Union Minister for State for Railways Mr. Bandaru Dattatreya said that Visakhapatnam Railway station will be converted to a Terminal complex. He laid the foundation stone for Coach Maintenance Complex. MP Sri MVVS Murthy, MLA K Haribabu and others were present at the program.

NTR's death anniversary observed
Chief Minister Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu, members of the Cabinet, opposition party leaders and members, NTR supporters in large numbers paid homage to their beloved leader and film-star Sri. NT Rama Rao at the 8th death anniversary. CM distributed sewing machines to women at Shantinagar Leprosy Colony on the occasion.

Naxals of the Peoples War Group blasted the house of TDP leader B Tulasamma in Kurnool.

A minor girl was gang raped by a home guard and his friend in the city outskirts of Eluru.

Pirated CD's worth Rs. 1 Lakh recovered
As many as 650 pirated CDs of recent movies were recovered from two persons by Adilabad police. Superintendent of Police Mr. Mahesh Muralidhar Bhagawat said that the two used to run a video center and that the total cost of the CD's was over Rs. 1 lakh.

Chief Minister Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu will be taking part in World Economic Forum Annual Meeting to be held in Switzerland from January 23-28, 2003.

Chief Justice of High court Mr. Motilal B Naik inaugurated Nyayaseva Sadan and fast-track court in Kurnool.

One women was killed and 17 were injured when an APSRTC bus was hit by a train at a level crossing at Vinukonda in Guntur. The accident occurred at 7:30am. The injured were admitted at Government General Hospital in Guntur.

A book entitled - Best Practices in Open and Distance Education- was released by Prof. G Ram Reddy Research Academy of Distance Education of Dr. BR Ambedkar Open University.

The Telugu Association of North America (TANA) will be celebrating its Silver Jubilee in California from June 3-6, 2003.
January 18 in History

Events and happenings on 18 January History

18 January 2001
Highlights: NT Rama Rao 5th Death Anniversary

18 January 2002
Highlights: PCC and TDP campaigns for their Mayor candidates

18 January 2003
Highlights: Pirated CD's worth Rs. 1 Lakh recovered

18 January 2004
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18 January 2005
Highlights: APSRTC bus burnt by naxals

18 January 2006
Highlights: Government revives NTR National Award

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