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Andhra Pradesh News on July 1, 2017

Cooperative Day celebrated

Srikakulam:: Srikakulam District Cooperative Officer B.Srihari Rao on Saturday said that the rural economy was strengthened significantly with the strong cooperative movement at the grass-roots level. He hoisted flag in Srikakulam DCCB office on the occasion of the International Cooperative Day.

Awareness programme on GST held

Kakinada:: Marking the GST Day, an awareness programme on Goods and Service Tax was conducted at the Customs House here on Saturday. Local traders involving in export and import trade turned up in large numbers and had their doubts cleared on the new tax regime from Joint Commissioner Sadhu Narasimha Reddy, Deputy Commissioner B.K.Singh and Y.Bhaskara Rao.

Last date extended

Kakinada:: The last date for applying for the post-graduation courses in the Pithapuram Rajah Government Degree College has been extended to July 7. Seats are available in M.Sc., organic chemistry, physics and zoology and in M.Com., according to Principal.

Ayurvedic camp organized

Rajamahendravaram:: Free Ayurvedic camp was conducted by the Counselling and Ayurveda Vaidyasala on the occasion of Doctor’s Day on Saturday The camp was inaugurated by psychiatrist Karri Rama Reddy and senior vice-president of International Paper Mill Mallidi Sura Reddy. Speaking on the occasion Dr.Reddy said that physicians should dedicate themselves to their profession. He lauded Maidavolu couple for conducting more than 500 medical camps in Rajamahendravaram.

Workshop on Python Programming begins

Vizianagaram:: A two day ‘Instructional Workshop on Python Programming organized by the Computer Science Engineering Department of JNTU(K) University on the college campus here began on Saturday. Python Programming has been included in the syllabus for the first semester on B.Tech II year students said Principal of the college V.Sreenivsulu.

Power plant workers stage protest

Srikakulam:: Workers of Varam Power Plant-Chilakapalem on Saturday staged a protest at the Collector’s officer here seeking immediate reopening of the plant to ensure livelihood for them. The workers led by CITU State vice-president D.Govinda Rao raised slogans against the government, opposing its power policy. They said that over 15,000 persons working in different biomass plants had lost livelihood with the government stopping power purchase from them.

YSRCP leader grievously injured in attack

Kurnool:: YSRCP leader Chinnapu Reddy was grievously injured when miscreants waylaid and attacked him with hunting sickles near the vegetable market in Pulivendula town of Kadapa district on Friday night. Chinnapu Reddy sustained injuries on his head and hands and two fingers of his left hand were severed in the attack according to police. Passers by rushed him to a private nursing home and then to the area hospital in Pulivendula. He was later shifted to Hyderabad on the advice of doctors.

Many traders shut shop in Anantapur

Anantapur:: With the GST regime coming into effect from Saturday, several businesses have either shut shop or halted business for the day unaware of the tax impact on their business. ‘We have stopped taking any cars for service from today until the tax impact is completely figured out and necessary software changes made. Ll sales of spares have also been stopped since yesterday might, said Narayana of the Tata Motors Car showroom here.




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