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Andhra Pradesh News on January 31, 2016

Sunday, January 31, 2016

CHITTOOR: OCs Janachaitanya Yatra from February 10:: OC Sangharshana Samiti State president Singam Sadasiva Reddy gave a call to make a grand success of OCs’ Jana Chaitnya Yatra. Speaking to press on Sunday, he said that they are fighting for reservations for poor people in the OCs in education, medical and employment fields. He said that they are organizing in both Telugu speaking States. The yatra will end on October 2, 2016, he said.

GUNTUR: 15 MW waste-to-energy plant comes up:: A 15 MW waste-to-energy plant is coming up at Naidupeta village in the district. This could be the second biggest waste-to-energy facility after the 16 MW Timapur Okhla Waste Management Plant in New Delhi. The plant is being designed by JITF Urban Infrastructure Ltd is being built to process over 1,200 metric Tonnes of solid waste from nine municipalities in Guntur and Krishna districts.

HYDERABAD: Government gives nod for spot admissions in D.Ed:: The School Education Department of Andhra Pradesh State Government has given green signal for D.Ed spot admissions for the year 2014-15 academic year. The 168 left over seats will be filled up in 28 D.Ed colleges under convenor quota. The Government ordered for payment of prescribed fee along with fine and examinations fee have to be paid by Monday according to Examinations Director M.R.Prasanna Kumar. The School Education department clarified that this is the last one and there will not be any permissions in future.

MACHILIPATNAM:Beach Festival soon at Manginapudi:: Minister for Excise and BC Welfare Kollu Ravindra said that beach festival would be conducted at Manginapudi near here. He said that the main aim is to promote tourism in Krishna district.

ONGOLE: Rs.40 crore for drinking water supply:: The Minister for Municipal Administration P.Narayana said today that the State Government has agreed to release Rs.40 crore to the Ongole Municipal Corporation to improve drinking water supply to the city. He said that the corporation would lay drinking water pipelines Yedugundlapadu to Summer Storage Tanks. The Corporation is currently supplying drinking water twice a week.

SRIKAKULAM: Jagan Mohan Reddy to address Yuva Bheri on February 2:: YSRCP chief Jagan Mohan Reddy will address Yuva Bheri here on February 2 in an effort to get support from youth to the party by highlighting the inordinate delay in recruitment in government sector. Party senior leader Dharmana Prasada Rao alleged that the TDP government had failed in fulfilling its promises of filling up the 1.5 lakh posts those are lying vacant in the government offices.

Proposal for regularization of sports staff:: SAAP MD G.Rekha Rani said that they have sent proposals to the government regularizing the officers, staff and coaches working in State. She said that the modernization works of Kodi Sriramamurty stadium by month end. Action is being taken for establishment of Girijan Sports School at Seethampeta.

RAJAM: Student commits suicide in classroom:: One Sri Teja studying in GNR Degree College second year here today committed suicide by hanging himself. The dead body was found today when the college open and the police said that the student belongs to Pamulavalasa in Vizianagaram district. The police registered a case and are investigating.

TIRUPATI: Police seizes 28 red sanders and took one into custody:: The task force officials nabbed a smuggling operative and seized 25 red sanders logs during a combing operation in the forest areas near S.V. Zoological Park today. The officials nabbed an operative and seized 28 red sanders logs. The nabbed was identified as Thangappan hails from Polur town in Tiruvannamalai district of Tamil Nadu.

VIJAYAWADA: Women organizations pays tributes to Rohit:: Women organizations and poets paid tributes here today to Rohit Vemula, who committed suicide on the HCU campus. The poets and writers speaking on the occasion expressed the view that discrimination continues against Dalit for ages. The BJP and RSS were taking forward the manuvada culture in the country and Dalits and women were worst suffers of the culture, they said.

Max Healthcare to invest in medical and health fields: Max Health Care, Max Bupa Health Insurance company ltd., founder Chairman Analijit Singh said that they are prepared to make investments in Amaravati in the field of medical and health. He visited Amaravati along with a team of his officials. The detailed plans has been handed over to him by the CRDA commissioner N.Srikanth.

Surendra Babu is the in charge Commissioner of Police:: Senior IPS officer Surendra Babu assumed charge as in-charge City Police Commissioner following Gautam Sawang went on leave.


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