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May 2004 News from Andhra Pradesh

May 8, 2004: Free power promise and drought may affect TDP poll prospects

May 9, 2004: 53% pass Senior Intermediate results

May 10, 2004: Countdown for Government Formation today - YSR or NAIDU?

May 11, 2004: Congress sweeps polls in Andhra Pradesh

May 12, 2004: This is peoples victory - says YSR

May 13, 2004: Lok Sabha Elections 2004 counting completes - Congress sweeps again

May 14, 2004: Dr. Y S Rajasekhara Reddy in as the new Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh

May 15, 2004: YS Rajasekhar Reddy says he will continue reforms

May 16, 2004: YSR orders plan to raised Rs.20,000 Cr.

May 17, 2004: AICC clears Ministers for YS Rajasekhara Reddy's team?

May 18, 2004: YS Rajasekhara Reddy announces aid for suicide victims kin

May 19, 2004: Seven hour power supply for pump sets

May 20, 2004: Five more farmers commit suicide

May 21, 2004: Seven more farmers commit suicide

May 22, 2004: YSR inducts 24 ministers to his cabinet

May 23, 2004: Three more farmers commit suicide

May 23, 2004: CDMA gang busted in Hyderabad

May 23, 2004: YSR-Cabinet to meet for the first time

May 23, 2004: Varavararao, Gaddar arrested, freed

May 24, 2004: Minister N.Rajyalakshmi firm on resignation

May 24, 2004: Cabinet for talks with naxals-Naidu Govt. decisions reviewed

May 25, 2004: 12 more farmers commit suicide

May 26, 2004: Poor rank in EAMCET forces girl to end life

May 27, 2004: Eight more farmers commit suicide

May 28, 2004: Chief Minister asks naxals to stop violence

May 29, 2004: TRS Chief K Chandrasekhara Rao resigns as MLA

May 30, 2004: Assembly session opens from 31st May

May 31, 2004: MLAs take oath - All set for Suresh Reddy to be Speaker

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