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Peace talks with Naxals commenced

The peace talks between the naxal top leaders and the Government started at 10.45am on Friday amidst tight security. Dr Marri Chenna Reddy HRD institute, the place of the talks was full of security. Electronic and press media persons were not allowed for coverage but allowed to take only photographs. According to reports, the talks would take place for a period of four to five days.

On behalf of PW top leaders Ramakrishna, Sudhakar, Ganesh along with Amar, Riaz, Ch.Srinivasarao, Chandranna on behalf of Janashakthi. The war representatives Gaddar, Varavararao, Kalyanarao and on behalf of Government, the Home Minister, K.Jana Reddy, Dharmana Prasada Rao, Koneru Ranga Rao, Redyanayak and their representatives Purushottamarao, Venktarao, Karunakara Reddy, Kesavarao, monitoring committee members Sankaran, Kannabiraman, Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao, ABK Prasad, Hara Gopal, Bojja Tharakam and Seshaiah attended the talks.

In the first round of talks, a good going is that there was an understanding reached on the cease fire between the both the parties. The cease fire will continue as along as the talks continue and not for three months as announced by the Government earlier. The Saturday talks mainly focus on land related ones according to reliable sources.

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Foundation stone laid for Pulichintala Project

The Chief Minister, YS.Rajasekhara Reddy has laid foundation stone for the controversial Pulichintala Project amidst tight security. On one side, agitation by farmers, Dharna, the work has started. He was speaking on the occasion that construction of the project is one of the assurances the party has given at the time of election.

Compensation will be paid to the farmers who lost land for the project within nine months. He severally criticized that some of the political parties are making it as an issue for their selfish gains. At any cost, he said the project will be completed.

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Karimnagar Police recovers Panchaloha idols

The police recovered four antique panchaloha idols all weighing 17 kg and worth Rs.1 crore on Friday morning. At a press conference, the SP Rajiv Ratan said the town CI Amarendr Reddy along with the one town SI apprehended two persons when they were moving under suspicious circumstances. The idols of Lord Raman, Lakshmana, Krishna and Goda Devi were of 700 years old.

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New Directors for GENCO

Four Directors were appointed by the Government to Andhra Pradesh Genco on Friday. They are D.Prabhakar Rao, Director (Finance), Adiseshu (Hydel), Vijaya Kumar (Thermal) and Krishnamurthy (Civil).

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AIR to telecast Brahmotsavam

All India Radio will broadcast a running commentary on select events during the nine day Navaratri Brahmotsavam at Tirumala. A running commentary by Annamacharya Project Director, Medasani Mohan and scholars S.V.Sarma and A.Vibheeshana Sarma.The events will be relayed by all stations in the State according to a press release on Friday by the AIR Programme Executive A.Malleswara Rao.

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Police arrest three naxals

On one side the Government is holding peace talks with Maoists in the city, the police in Ongole arrested three persons including a woman who were claiming to be members of the CPI (Maoist) and recovered Rs.2 lakhs in cash from them. They were identified as Saki Kishore alias Gopi, Deputy Commander of a Nallamala squad and his wife Atmakuru Bhavani alias Girija and Srinivasarao was believed to be the courier of an important leader. However, the police did not invoke provisions of special laws for their arrest.
Siddipet Assembly Election results on 16th

The bye elections held recently, the results of the Siddipet Assembly are expected by 11am on Saturday. The counting will start at 8am and an official declaration is expected around 3pm. A strong contingent of police is guarding the strong room where the electronic voting machines were place and tight security was arranged on the day of counting.
Polavaram works to begin soon

The State Government will ground works on the right canal of the major irrigation project Polavaram on River Godavari within next fortnight to divert water through the right canal to Guntur district, the Chief Minister, YS.Rajasekhara Reddy announced at a public meeting on Friday. He said, the Pulichintala is only a beginning in the right direction amidst thundering applause from a gathering.
Tension over woman's death

Tension prevailed at a private hospital in the city on Friday following the death of the wife of a municipal employee during medical treatment on Thursday night. Police deployed to the place where the tension prevailed to control the situation.. They demanded that the death is due to the negligence of the doctors.
Arrangements are in full swing for CM visit to Vizianagaram

The Collector, Rajat Kumar has said arrangements have been completed for the Chief Minister, YS.Rajasekhara Reddy's 'Rajiv Palle Bata' programme in GL Puram , Kurupam, Garugubilli, Parvatipuram and Sitanagaram mandals and Vizianagaram town on 17th and 18th.
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