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Estimated turnout at 80 percent

EC to deploy tough police officers in hypersensitive areas
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First phase voting begins in Andhra Pradesh
Improved turnout viewed as people form queues right from the morning

Election Commission concedes Government request on electoral rolls revision
Deadline extended

Election Commission rejects TDP nominee nomination papers
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Election Commission issues notice to Raghuveera Reddy
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140 candidates barred from contesting civic polls
State Election Commission took the decision

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New ZP chiefs assumes office

MP G.Venkata Swamy kicks up row in Karimnagar

Hyderabad, July 23, 2006

The newly elected chairpersons and vice-chairpersons were administered the oath of office by the respective District Collectors. However, the meeting in Visakhapatnam could not be held due to lack of quorum and the District Collector forced to adjourn the meeting. In Karimnagar, Congress senior leader G.Venkata Swamy expressed displeasure at not being invited on the dias.

The Minister for Sports M.Satyanarayana Rao clarified that officials had only followed the protocol but assured the MP that he would take up the protocol issue with the Chief Minister Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy.

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Andhra Pradesh on July 23, 2006

Eight naxals killed in encounter
State Committee Secretary Madav among the dead

Guidelines issued to Agricultural officials
Chief Minister holds teleconference

Gantaravam by Bharatiya Janata Party
Protest programme in various centres

New ZP chiefs assumes office
MP G.Venkata Swamy kicks up row in Karimnagar

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