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One killed and over 95 taken ill of diarrhea
One person killed and over 95 others took ill due to diarrhea reportedly caused by contaminated drinking water supplied by the Vijayawada Municipal Corporation on Saturday. Following the outbreak, the Vijayawada Municipal Corporation set up an emergency camp at Municipal Upper Primary school to treat the patients who were being brought at regular intervals.
More Economic Zones to attract NRIs investments
To attract more investments from NRIs, creation of 'economic zones' on States for Non-Resident Indians to encourage their investments. This will be taken up initially in the State Capitals to be followed by more cities as may be suggested by State Governments according to Union Minister for Non-Resident Indian Affairs, Jagdsh Tytler. Addressing a press conference on Saturday, immediately after a meeting with some of the NRIs in the city, the Minister also announced that the 'dual nationality' policy would be in place within a two months period.
Sales tax exemption to DWCRA members
The Chief Minister, YS Rajasekhara Reddy, has promised that sales tax exemption in the case of LPG cylinders held by families of DWCRA members to offset the additional burden imposed by the recent Central hikes in cooking gas prices. At a press conference, the Chief Minister said, he would first try to give relief to families of DWCRA to the blow poverty line category and he also said he would represent the matter to Centre to reduce the burden for the general category.
Advancement test for teachers on August 1st
Professional advancement test for teachers in selected categories will be held on August 1st. The examination fee of Rs.200 should be paid on or before 28th with a penalty of Rs.50 and applications should be submitted before July 1st according to a press release.
SPMVVCET -2004 entrance test results released.
Sri Padmavathi Mahila Viswa Vidayalayam on Saturday release the results of the State-wide Common entrance test conducted by it last week for admission into M.Sc., Biotechnology, Applied Microbiology and Biochemistry courses for the academic year 2004-05.
Former Chief Minister demands prosecution of Sanghi Unit
The Telugu Desam Party president, N.Chandra Babu Naidu has demanded a high level judicial enquiry into the alleged employment of 'more than 2000 child laborers' by Sanghi Spinners India Limited and also the arrest and prosecution of the management of the company he told to reporters after visiting some of the children who were undergoing treatment at NIMS on Saturday.
Suicide by farmers continues
In various areas in Karimnagar, Guntur and Kurnool, five farmers commit suicide due to debt ridden and failure of crops and other reasons.
Municipal chairman died in road accident
The Adilabad Municipal Chairman Lala Radheshyam died early on Saturday in a road accident in Medak district on NH 7.Four others, including his gunman and the driver escaped with minor injuries while one person received fractures. This mishap occurred during their way to Hyderabad to meet the TRS leader and Union Minister.
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