Andhra Pradesh News from September 8th and 9th,2018

  • Vijayawada:: Vijayawada to host TERI meet on livable cities:: The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) is organizing its southern Regional Policy Dialogue on making livable cities’ in Vijayawada on September 19 in association with the Royal Embassy of Denmark in India and International Urban Cooperation/Global Compact of Mayors. Experts from Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana, Kerala, Karnataka, Odisha, Pondicherry and Chhattisgarh will be taking part in it.
  • Srikakulam:: No pain killers without prescription:: The Srikakulam district administration directed the chemists not to sell pain killers without doctors’ prescription after its study revealed that many kidney patients were using them indiscriminately to get immediate relief from pains. Many patients, who are unable to bear hospital expenditure and transport charges are depending on local medical shops to buy painkillers.
  • Visakhapatnam:: AUDSE spot admissions from Monday:: AU School of Distance Education has issued the notification for spot admissions for various courses offered by it. A statement issued said that the spot admissions offered by it will be held at Government Degree College in Rajamahendravaram on Monday and Tuesday. Those interested can get the information on the website
  • Vijayawada:: BJP spokesman Sai Krishna challengs Sivaji to prove charges:: BJP spokesman K.Sai Krishna has challenged actor Sivaji to prove his allegation that the BJP is troubling its rival parties and their leaders through the Central Institutions and described it as a conspiracy by the TDP. Speaking to media on Sunday, he said ‘Operation Garuda’ as a trash aimed at tarnishing the image of the BJP and diverting the people’s attention from the TDP-Congress alliance on the horizon in Telangana. He warned that such allegations would create law and order problem.
  • Vijayawada:: CPI demands immediate expedition of Somasila extension works:: CPI State secretary K.Ramakrishna in a letter to the Chief Minister urging him to take steps to complete the Somasila north canal extension works immediately. The State proposed to provide drinking water to 133 villages by extending the Somasila project north canal up to Rallapadu project but they were going on a snail’s pace, he said.
  • Vijayawada:: Special train for ‘maha garjana’:: The CPI and CPI(M) have stated that special trains will ply for people attending the ‘maha garjana’ on September 15. While one train would start in Anantapur on September 14 at 9.30am another one would start on the same day at 9.30pm from Chittoor said CPI State secretary.

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