Chief Minister inaugurates First Colony under Valmiki-Ambedkar Awas Yojna
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Chief Minister inaugurates First Colony under Valmiki-Ambedkar Awas Yojna
Chief Minister inaugurates VAMBAY Colony The Chief Minister, YS.Rajasekhara Reddy on Saturday inaugurated the first phase of Valmiki-Ambedkar Awas Yojna consisting of 1700 units for slum dwellers of the city at Madhuravada at a cost of Rs.8.5 crores.Addressing a public meeting at the venue, he said the Government is committed to the betterment of backward and downtrodden sections of the society and small and marginal farmers. - Catch with more news from Visakhapatnam - Portal on Visakhapatnam City
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Emissaries urge PW to release hostage
The three CPI-ML People's War emissaries, Varavararao, Gaddar and G.Kalyana Rao have appealed to the extremists to release their hostage, Soni Prakash, Sub Inspector of Kunta in Chgahattisgarh on humanitarian grounds. They wanted the Chattisgarh Government to accept the 'judicious demands' of the CPI-ML PW in due course.

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Dengue cases in Khammam
32 cases of suspected dengue fever have been detected in different places in the district according the District Medical and Health Officer, Krishna Brahmam. He said a majority of the cases were identified as part of the door to door survey in Khammam town only. Another 670 fever cases were under treatment in public hospitals at the divisional headquarters and rest in taluk centres in the district.

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Mandal Surveyor in ACB trap
The Anti Corruption Bureau trapped P.Srinivasarao, Mandal Surveyo9r of Padmanabham Mandal of Visakhapatnam when he allegedly accepted a bribe of Rs.500 to do an official favor.

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