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Events and happenings on 9 July in History

9 July 2001
Highlights: Free Power indeed possible - YSR

9 July 2002
Highlights: All set for 24hrs power in villeges - says AP Transco

9 July 2003

9 July 2004
Highlights: Two dead in quarry blast in Srikakulam

9 July 2005
Highlights: Singareni employees to go on strike from July 19

9 July 2006
Highlights: Notification issued for Gram Panchayat polls

9 July 2007
Highlights: AAI asks State Government for Property Tax Waiver

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Hyderabad
After the recent strikes by the Junior Doctors and APSRTC, its now the strike of the Singareni Collaries employees. The Joint Action Committee of five Singareni Collieries Company limited employees unions are going on indefinite strike from July 18 demanding that the Centre implement the seventh wage board award. The major unions, INTUC, AITUC, HMS and BMS have also given a separate call for a seven day nation wide strike by the coalminers commencing the same day. According to the SGKS president, RVK Satyanarayana who has interaction with the press said that over six lakh coalminers across the country were yet to get the benefits of the seventh wage board award due from July1, 2001. The JAC took exception to a circular issued by the Department of Public Enterprises laying down certain conditions. He said the major demands include fixation of Rs.7,000 as the minimum basic pay for the first category workers, cent percent neutralization of DA, hike in salary by forty five percent and others.

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Eluru
Two naxals of the Rajanna group of the CPI ML (Janashakti) were shot dead while two others sustained critical injuries in an encounter with the Police in a remote village in West Godavari District on Saturday. According to the DIG, Eluru Range, K.Narasimha Reddy said a special party police had reached the place on a tip off as part of combing operations. The police recovered eight weapons including two 8.mm rifles, one China made pistol, two SBBL guns, three tapanchas and more than seventy live cartridges and five kits containing revolutionary literature from the scene of the encounter.

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Hyderabad
The JAAC of the Andhra Pradesh Junior Doctors Association began its indefinite strike in all Government teaching hospitals on Saturday. They have boycotted medical services including emergency services. According to the APJUDA president, BR Suresh Babu, they were left with no option but to intensify the strike, as the Government is adamant and refused to cooperate with the Court.

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Hyderabad
The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) will organize a public meeting at Warangal on July 18 to explain the circumstances under which its Ministers had to resign from the Cabinet and its future programmes in the wake of developments. Speaking to reporters, the TRS Legislature Party secretary said the party chief K.Chandrasekhararo and Narendra would address the meeting.

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Telangana Rashtra Samithi

Lagadapati Rajagopal welcomes KCRs Civil Disobedience
Says Gandhian feelings must be welcomed and loved

Three TRS MLAs disqualified; Six resigns
Balancing act by Speaker kicks up a row

TRS announces State Executive Committee
Committee consists of 203 members

TRS party to support UPA government
KCR demands firm assurance on separate Telangana

TRS MLA Harish Rao meeting with Chief Minister raises eyebrows
Harish Rao says that there is no personal agenda

TRS hires helicopter for poll campaign
Special helipad built before KCR house

TRS candidate Arifuddin to contest from Khairtabad
TRS President KCR to begin his road show in Warangal

TRS activist done to death
Reportedly beaten to death by Congress workers

Eight TRS MLAs gets ready to resign
TRS activists injured after police tried to disperse them

Lok Sabha Speaker office denies KCR remarks on separate Telangana
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