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Andhra News as on November 23, 2018


  • VISAKHAPATNAM:: Violin maestro Dwaram Durga Prasada Rao to get Sangita Kala Sagara award:: Violin maestro Vidwan Dwaram Durga Prasada Rao will be conferred with ‘Sangita Kala Sagara’ award by Visakha Music Academy during its 49th Annual Music Festival beginning from November 27. The award will be presented to 49 artistes so far including Carnatic music legend Mangalampalli Balamurali Krishna.
  • VISAKHAPATNAM:: Two restaurants raided:: The team comprising the officials from vigilance and enforcement, food safety and legal metrology department raided two restaurants at NAD junction and Jagadamba junction today and found lapses in compliance with the norms pertaining to sanitation and quality of food being served there. The team found leftover food being served to customers and kitchens poorly maintained and seven food samples were collected and sent to lab for testing.
  • VISAKHAPATNAM:: 350 MSME units will be launched:: In-charge Collector G.Srijana said that entrepreneurs keen on setting up units at MSME Parks at Rachapalli Makavarapalem mandal and Gurrampalem in Pendurty mandals should apply through the APIIC website. A decision had been taken to launch 350 units in the district. The allotment letters to those eligible would be given a the MSME Conclave scheduled to be organized at Tirupati on December 13, she said.
  • VIJAYAWADA:: Kala Venkata Rao asks Jagan to apologise to people of Srikakulam:: TDP State president and Minister for Energy K.Kala Venkata Rao has asked Jagan Mohan Reddy to apologise to the people of Srikakulam before entering in the district. He said that Jagan showed no concern for the people of the district when they suffered huge loss due to cyclone Titli, he said.
  • KAKINADA:: Mudragada asks State to implement promises:: Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham today asked the State government to implement the promises made to the community as elections were fast approaching. ‘The government must take steps to issue BC ‘F’ certificates to Kapus. If there is a delay, we will launch an agitation demanding the certificates’, he said. Speaking to media, he said ‘our decision will be based on the government’s response to our demand. Reservation is what we have been demanding’, he said.


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