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March 2, 2003

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Andhra Pradesh News on March 2, 2003

The Centre has nodded for the techno-economic clearance for setting up the 660 MW stage IV unit of the Vijayawada Thermal Power Station. In a Press release, the Chairman and Managing Director of APGenco, Mr. J. Parthasarathy said the KfW frim of Germany has shown keen interest to finance the VTPS stage IV Project. He said that the project was expected to have several socio-economic benefits.
The Left parties has decided to stage a dharna at Indira Park in the city protesting the failure of the State Government to come to the rescue of the drought-affected people in the state. In a statement released at Hyderabad jointly by the eight left parties, they alleged that the Government is trying to play 'jimmics' like special Janmabhoomi for drought instead concentrating on the relief measures.
Property worth Rs. 20 lakhs were destroyed in a fire accident in Jayalakshmi cotton mills in Cuddapah.
Former Prime Minister Mr. P.V. Narasimha Rao visited the piligrimage of Tirupati. He was given a warm welcome at the airport.
March 2 in History

Events and happenings on 2 March in History

2 March 2001
Highlights: Assembly Speaker Mrs. Prathiba Bharati ordered into an enquiry

2 March 2002
Highlights: About 500 seed companies and seed farmers joined hands to stop child labour

2 March 2003
Highlights: Centre nod for Vijayawada Thermal Power Station

2 March 2004
Highlights: Partitala Ravindra says he was misquoted

2 March 2005
Highlights: TDP activist hacked to death by rivals

2 March 2006
Highlights: Airspace closed for President Bush visit

2 March 2007
Highlights: 200 retired Engineers to be recruited

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