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300 teaching posts sanctioned for medical colleges
The Government will recruit teaching posts in various Government Medical and Dental colleges to partly fulfill the Medical Council of India. The Chief Minister, YS.Rajasekhara Reddy formally gave the approval. Following a meeting with the Union Minister of State for Health, Paravada Laxmi, the Agricultural Minister, N.Raghuveera Reddy, Anantapur MP and other officials met at the Secretariat on Saturday.
CM inaugurates Satyam Cyber Space at Madhapur
The Chief Minister, YS.Rajasekhara Reddy, has announced the formation of three tanks for Information Technology, IT Enabled Services and Hardware under a joint industry Government initiative. He was addressing a gathering after inaugurating 'Satyam Cyber Space', a development centre of Satyam Computer Services, at Madhapur on Saturday.

The Union Minister, Dayanidhi Maran, inaugurated the SDE Prameela Techno Park, the complex housing system the Satyam Cyber Space. The State Government was embarking on an Rs.600 crores project to take broadband to villages and sought the Centre's assistance.
VUDA field offices to function
The field offices of the Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority will function from Monday. According to a spokesman of the VUDA, the filed offices are fully equipped with staff and records with all the relevant information. The VUDA Vice-Chairman and Special Officer, Dasari Srinivasulu, instructed the heads of the departments and officials to provide all the facilities to the users to avoid any troubles in future. The field offices would start functioning from Monday at Anakapalle, Gajuwaka, Bheemunipatnam and Vizianagaram covering all the four zones of the Visakhapatnam Metro Politan Region, the entire jurisdiction of the VUDA.
Vizag Port strike continues
Despite the striking Dock Labour Board employees entered in the 7th day, the port authorities on Saturday resumed cargo handling operations by deploying private pool workers. The talks initiated by the management with the representatives of the Visakhapatnam Harbour and Port Workers' Union and Dock Workers' Union before the Regional Labour commissioner evoke no solution. However, it is learnt that the talks are still continuing with the Labour Department officials, in the context that the 'strike is illegal declared by the management.
Six farmers end lives
In various incidents, six farmers have committed suicide in the district due to debts and failure of crops on Saturday according to reports.
Women beaten to death
A widow was beaten to death by neighbors during a quarrel at Allur village in Kurnool district on Saturday.
Rangaraya Medical College Orthopedics Head gets Systopic Excellence Award
The Professor and Head of the Department of Orthopedics in Rangaraya Medical College, C.Hanumantharao has been presented 'Systopic Excellence' award, which is considered to be the most prestigious for any orthopedic surgeon. He is also receipt of several awards. At a special function held on Saturday, PK.Dave, former Director General of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi presented the award.
Naxal hit areas CM advices police
The Chief Minister, YS.Rajasekhara Reddy at a meeting of the top officials of the Police department convened on Saturday advised to maintain restrain during the period of cease fire situation. As the Government is keen on establishing peace and the talks are on the way with the naxals, he advised them to view the situation in a right perspective.

Earlier, the Home Minister, K.Jana Reddy held talks with the officials. As a part of bringing the administration closer to the people, the Government is planning to constitute mandal level committee with MRO,MDO and SI of Police as members so that the committee could identify the socio-economic problems and initiate action to solve them.

In the on going peace talks, the emissaries of the PW categorically state that there are not ready to have talks if the panel of the Government consists of any IAS or IPS officer either in service or retired but the Government should nominate only political persons.
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