Andhra Pradesh News and India news on January 5, 2017
Visakhapatnam:: Applications invited to clear backlog subjects:: Applications are invited to clear the backlog subjects from the candidates of postgraduate and professional courses to appear for the Special Drive Examinations of Andhra University. The examinations are scheduled for the students of MA, MBA, M.Com and MHRM (1995-2012) admitted batches, M.Sc and M.Sc (Applied Chemistry ((1994-2012 admitted batches), MCA and M.Sc Computer Science (1995-2011 admitted batches), M.Ed (1994-2000) admitted batches, B.E/B.Tech/B.E(Three years) B.E (PT)/B.Arch (1994-95 to 2007-08 admitted batches) and M.E/M.Tech/M.Pharmacy (1996-1997 to 2012-13 admitted batches. The candidates can obtain the examination application by downloading from www.andhrauniveristy.info/exams/appl/html.
Visakhapatnam:: Building and his wife arrested in bank cheating case:: The City Police on Thursday arrested MM Foundations and Constructions Private Limited MD Mallikanti Malyadri and his wife Suhasini (director of the firm) for allegedly obtaining loans to the tune of Rs.83.75 lakh from Bank of India, Suryabagh branch by producing forged and documents. The investigation by the police revealed that Malyadri and his wife were the defaulters of various banks in the city to the tune of Rs.21.75 crore. DCP (Law and order) Zone-I Naveen Gulati addressing the media said that the accused was a willful defaulter in the city but he was able to obtain loans to the tune of Rs.21.75 crore from various banks in the city and the banks have recently filed civil suits in courts for recovery of the amounts.
Hyderabad:: High Court quashes restainign order on Jagan asset’s attachment:; A Division Bench of the Hyderabad High Court comprising acting Chef Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice Shankar Narayana on Thursday set aside the order of the single judge who had restrained the Enforcement Directorate from taking possession off the properties of companies associated with YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. The Bench remitted the matter back to the single judge. Till January 31, status quo is to be maintained regarding movable and immovable properties.