Tuesday, January 12, 2016
MP’s bail plea rejected:: Justice M.S.K.Jaiswal of Hyderabad High Court today refused to grant anticipatory bail to Mithun Reddy, MP from Rajampeta who is charged with assaulting an officer of the Air India at the Tirupati Airport. It was alleged that the boarding pass was refused to the MP as he had come beyond the stipulated time and angered over the action, the MP allegedly have assaulted the officer. The police told the court that on an earlier occasion, the MP had approached this court which then directed the police to issue notice and conduct an investigation as per the amended Cr.P.C. The judge was informed that Mithun Reddy moved the present petition though he was supposed to appear before the police on December 31. The dismissed the case filed by the MP.
YSRCP seeks revocation of Roja suspension::YSRCP president Jagan Mohan Reddy has requested the Speaker of AP Legislative Assembly Dr. Kodela Siva Prasada Rao to revote the suspension of his party MLA R.K.Roja. He said that the suspension of Roja under Rule 340 (2) was against the provisions under the rule and hence ‘illegal and unconstitutional’.
‘Self-declaration is sufficient’ Government issues orders:: As part of reforms in administration, Government Chief Secretary I.Y.R.Krishna Rao issued orders that self-declaration of the certificates is sufficient and will be applicable from the next academic year. So far, attestation by a gazette officer is required for all certificates that are being produced to colleges and the State Government has done away with the system. He issued orders to all departments to this effect and this is applicable for admission into colleges, job applications and various services form various organizations in the State.
Actor Nanduri Uday Kiran in police custody::The East Godavari Police have taken actor Nanduri Uday Kiran into custody. Sources said that Uday Kiran after he drank fully had destroyed the glass pans of a bar here and the police took him into custody following a complaint by the bar owner.
Annamacharya project artistes strike enters eighth day:: The Annamacharya Project artistes whose strike entered the eighth day against the TTD management on Tuesday for neglecting their long pending demands, eight women artistes donned the role of ‘Ashta Lakshmi’, the eight variants of the goddess of wealth, to explain their poverty. They dressed in colorful saris and wearing a crown on their heads demanded payment of better wages, ID cards, laddus, free treatment in SVIMS and insurance on par with the employees of TTD.
- KTDC organizes Kerala traditions:: The Kerala Tourism Development Corporation has organized varied culture and heritage of Kerala at the Gateway Hotel today. The artistes performed Kathakali, Kalari Payattu, Theyyam and Mohini Avataram. The KTDC had declared the period from April 2015 to April 2016 as ‘Visit Kerala Year’. The corporation is extending special discounted packages till April this year in an effort to promote the State and its unique attractions to tourists. The annual festival ‘Nishagandhi’ to be held in Kerala from January 20 to 27.
- CBI book cases against two bank managers:: The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against the then branch manager of IOP, Veerabhadrapuram branch, West Godavari and a few others on allegations that during the period from June 2011 to February 2013, the branch manager had conspired with the managing partners and partners of a private firm both from Vellpur, West Godavari and 11 others to cheat the Indian Overseas Bank. The branch manager allegedly recommended a term loan of about Rs.560 lakh in the name of a private firm and also sanctioned to some other term loans in the names of non-existing firms floated in the names of their employees. Searches were conducted at the residential premises of the accused persons at Palakoduru mandal and Tanuku mandal and recovered certain incriminating documents.
- BC la Kurushetra Yuddham on January 18:: A State level conference ‘BC la Kurushetra Yuddham’ will be held at Chinchinada in West Godavari on January 18 for the achievement of the demands of the BCs according to AP Settibalija Mahanadu State convener K.Suryanarayana Rao. He alleged that the governments in two Telugu States were not committed to the welfare of BCs. The deletion of 24 castes from the BC list by Telangana was an indication of its attitude towards the community he said.
- INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, New Delhi invites applications for filling up of 110 posts in its departments. The posts are technical assistant/Hindi translator, technician, library assistant and fitter. The last date for submission is February 5 and details can be had on www.iari.res.in.
- NATIONAL FERTILIZER LIMITED invites applications for filling up of 89 posts of Management Trainees. The last date for submission of applications is February 2 and details can be had on www.nationalfertilizers.com.
- CENTRAL ELECTRONICS LTD., invites applications for filling up of 84 posts on contract and direct recruitment basis. The posts included Executive Director, General Manager, Assistant General Manager, Chief Manager, Senior Manager, Senior Technical Manager, Manager, Technical Manager, Assistant Manager. The last date for submission of applications is February 12 and details can be had on www.celindia.co.in.
- CENTRAL PLANTATION CROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Kerala invites applications for filling up of 25 vacancies. The posts included Technical Assistant, Technician. The last date for submission if February 22 and details can be had on www.cpcri.gov.in.
- POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED invites applications for filling up of 17 posts that included Deputy Manager (Company Secretary). The last date for submission is February 12 and details can be had on www.powergridindia.com.
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