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CM Rs. 2 per kg rice scheme in six months
Rs. 2 per kg rice scheme

Superfine rice at Rs. 18 a kg shortly
State Government to procure rice nearly 6 lakh tonnes from open market

5 member committee to study price hike of essential commodities
Committee to suggest measures to bring down prices

Price relief of Rice from August 10
33 outlet in Hyderabad to sell rice at Rs.14 a kg

2 Rupee per kg rice scheme from April 7
Government to implement the scheme from Ugadi

CM Rs. 2 per kg rice scheme in six months
Says his Government is going extra mile than what it promised

Chief Minister contemplating revival of Rs.2 kg rice for BPL families
Directs Finance Minister to estimate funds required for the scheme

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CM Rs. 2 per kg rice scheme in six months

Says his Government is going extra mile than what it promised

Hyderabad, October 9, 2007

Chief Minister Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy said that his Government is going an extra mile by introducing development schemes that was originally not promised in its earlier election manifesto. Doing so, he said that the Government is really committed for the development of the state.

Reacting to the challenge posed by Opposition party leader and the President of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) N Chandrababu Naidu about the implementation of the Rs. 2 per kg rice scheme immediately, Dr. Reddy said that the Government is in the process of evaluating the implantation of the modalities and that the scheme will be implemented in about 3 to 6 months time.

Andhra Pradesh on October 9, 2007

YSR challenges if Naidu is ready for inquiry into assets
TDP reacts back saying it will be yet another probe against them

CM Rs. 2 per kg rice scheme in six months
Says his Government is going extra mile than what it promised

Naidu starts TDP roadshow in Warangal
Announces list of schemes his party would implement when in power

APSRTC to ply 19,650 bus trips for Navaratri Brahmotsavams
Special services from major towns

Unidentified youth kidnaps Timpany School kid Vizaginfo.com
Kidnappers leaves kid at Chodavaram

Left parties demand for release of Nagi Reddy inquiry report Vizaginfo.com
Stages dharna before District Collectorate

Excise officials seize ganja worth over Rs.80 lakhs Vizaginfo.com
Three persons arrested on smuggling charges

VSP bags four Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskars Vizaginfo.com
Awards meant in innovative suggestions in steel-related techniques

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9 October 2002

9 October 2003
Highlights: Naidu teleconferences with party members

9 October 2004
Highlights: All arrangements made for Group I exams

9 October 2005

9 October 2006
Highlights: Ban on Child Labour effective from October 10 2006

9 October 2007
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