Andhra Pradesh News on January 28, 2016

Thursday, January 28, 2016

CHITTOOR: B.Tech girl commits suicide:: A B.Tech fourth year girl student hanged herself at her residence near Madanapalle town today morning. The girl was living with her mother Siva Lakshmi at Ammacheruvu Mitta village under Madanapalle limits. The reasons for the extreme step is not known.

ACB arrested three for illegal money collection:: The ACB sleuths from Tirupati raided the Commercial Taxes check post at Nagalapuram mandal headquarters bordering with Tamil Nadu in the early hours and took three persons into custody on charge of collecting money from vehicle drivers illegally. The officials seized Rs.30,000 from their possession.

HYDERABAD: Chandrababu Naidu participates in GHMC election campaign:: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu addressing the poll campaign for GHMC polls today evening asking the voters to exercise their franchise on a party that developed the city of Pearls and initiated economic activity. In his first meeting in Telangana State, he launched a broadside on his political opponents saying they had no moral right to criticize him pointing out that the TDP had played a crucial role in bringing Krishna water at a cost of Rs.700 crore, getting permissions for the Metro Rail and the ORR.

GUNTUR: Dokka Manikyala Rao to adopt Rohit’s brother:: Former Minister Dokka Manikyala Rao said that he would adopt the younger brother of Rohit. He said that he had been approached by a close family friend who suggested that to adopt his younger brother and was readily agreed. He said that students from BC/SC/ST communities should be provided special classes to improve their English proficiency levels and a special cell should be in place in every university.

Two IPS officers promoted to DGP cadre:: Two senior IPS officers were promoted as DGPs. N.Sambasiva Rao of 1984 IPS batch current working as APSRTC MD and T.Krishnaraju, head of Prisons were elevated to DGP cadre.

KURNOOL: Contract killing case – 22 persons held:: Police have arrested 22 persons near the cement factory guest house in Panyam today in the case of contract killing of one Valluri Nageswara Rao alias Nagesh reported near Ramakrishnapuram village in Banganapalle mandal on January 5. The police seized rs.5.25 lak a part of the rs.20 lakh paid to the accused for committing the crime, two SUVs, weapons including 10 hunting sickles and a butcher’s knife, three mobile phones and chilli powder. The was announced by the SP A.Ravikrishna at a press conference.

Four arrested on charges of fake currency racket:: The Nandayal police unearthed a fake currency racket and arrested four persons hailing from Barpeta district in Assam. They seized 121 fake currency notes of Rs.1,000 denomination cash of Rs.3,500 and two mobile phones form the accused. SP A. Ravikrishna said that they were identified as Mohammed Mathiar alias Mukthiar, Mohammed Hakim, Mohammed Sirajul Haq and Mohammed Hasmat Ali. The kingpin of the racket Immaneul Haq who is also from Assam would be arrested soon, he said.

RAJAHMUNDRY: ANUR to offer MA Hindi course:: Adikavi Nannayya University will introduce M.A.Hindi from the coming academic year with the support of the city based Kinjarapu Yerram Naidu Hindi Teachers’ Training College. University Vice-Chancellor M. Mutyala Naidu made the announcement at the valedictory of the eight day National Neo-Hindi Writers’ Workshop sponsored by the Central Hindi Directorate at the College today.

VIJAYAWADA: Stray dogs kill two year old girl:: In a shocking incident, a two year old girl Ananya was mauled to death by a pack of stray dogs at Vemulapalli village of Kanchikarcherla mandal of Krishna district today. A pack of dogs attacked the girl and killed when she was playing near her house. The dogs dragged the baby into the fields.

VISAKHAPATNAM: TTD to develop Lord Venkateswara temple at Upamaka:: The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) has decided to develop the Lord Venkateswara Swamy temple at Upamaka in Visakhapatnam district. In the first phase of the project, seven pilgrim oriented activities like augmentation of drinking water supply, construction of additional toilets and a Kalyana Vedika will be taken up. The annual income of the temple is Rs.30 to Rs.35 lakh per year.

Remand prisoner commits suicide:: A remand prisoner Srinivasa Reddy committed suicide by consuming bathroom cleaning liquid at the Central Prison. He had allegedly raped his 14 year old niece. The Arilova Police had registered a case on a complaint filed by his parents and he was sent for remand to the Central Prison. The police shifted him to KGH where he died while undergoing treatment.

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