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Andhra Pradesh News on May 21, 2017

Web options for admission into MDS from today

Vijayawada:: Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences Registrar S.Appalanaidu said that the web options for admissions into PG Dental (MDS) courses will be from 2pm today to 10am on May 23. The candidates who were qualified in NEET and those applied under convenor and management quota need to attend along with original certificates at 11am on May 24 at NTR University of Health Sciences. Details can be had on http://pvtapgmedac.in., http://ntruhs.ap.nic.in.

Jagan to meet Governor on Monday

Vijayawada:: YSRCP president Jagan Mohan Reddy will meet Governor E.S.L.Narasimhan in Hyderabad on Monday to apprise him of the murder of his party’s leaders. According to a statement, Jagan will bring to the Governor’s notice the murders in Kurnool and Prakasam districts in the last two days.

Minor girl gang-raped by four youth

Vijayawada:: A 16 year old girl who completed Class X was allegedly raped by four persons who found her in an inebriated condition on a road last week. The four all aged around 22 and the girl’s friend Akhil who was also alleged exploited the minor girl in the name of love had been arrested. DCP G.Pala Raju producing them before the media said that the girl was having an affair with Akhil whom she met more than a year ago via Facebook. The accused were identified as Srikanth, Abhishek, Pawan Kumar and Sunil.

National Lok Adalat on July 8

Vijayawada:: The National Lok Adalat will be conducted on July 8 in all the courts in the State. All civil and criminal cases will be settled in the Adalat. The litigant public were requested to make use of the National Lok Adalat and get pending cases settled said AP State Legal Services Authority member-secretary P.V.Rambabu in a press release.

Mahila Congress vows to fight for women’s quota in Parliament

Vijayawada:: AP Mahila Congress president S.Padmasri today demanded that 33 per cent reservation be given to women in Parliament and the same be implemented in the State legislatures and vowed to fight for it. Launching a signature campaign for the reservation, she said that when Rajiv Gandhi was t the helm, 50 per cent reservation was provided for women in the local bodies but the BJP government had so far only talked about it.


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