Kakinada:: Seer Paripoornananda Swamy of Sri Peetham today made it clear that a non-Hindu person could not make any remarks on those who had faith on those who had faith in Hindu dharma. Prof.Illaih claimed as non-Hindu but made derogatory remarks on Vysya community that worked hard to improve the trade and to protect the Hindu Dharma as well. ‘We are suspecting that his acts are aimed at disturbing the internal security’, he said while addressing a press conference at his Peetham today.
Hyderabad:: Six new judges will be taking oath at the High Court here on Thursday. The oath-taking ceremony will be held at 9.55am in the court hall of the Chief Justice. Acting Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan will administer the oath to the new judges. It may be recalled that Hyderabad High Court gets new six new judges and the President had cleared on September 18.
Vizianagaram:: Village Revenue Officer V.Krishna working in Nellimarla mandal was caught red-handed by the officials of the ACB while he was allegedly accepting Rs.14,000 at his home from K.Narayanamma of the village today said ACB DSP Shakeela Bhanu. The VRO allegedly demanded the amount to upload online the details of her 14 acres of land records. The accused was arrested and would be produced in ACB court in Visakhapatnam.
Nellore:: A team of Task Force Police conducted raids in the forests near Sitharampuram today and seized 99 red sander logs worth over Rs.one crore and three vehicles. Four Tamil Nadu based coolies were taken into custody.
Tirupati:: The TTD will e-auction its unused digital hardware including digital cameras, ordinary cameras, handycams, flash lights, pen cameras, mobile phones, power banks and other electronic products in its custody on Thursday. Visakhapatnam based MSTC will conduct the auction on its e-platform in the 41 lots offered by the TTD’s marketing department. Details can be had on http://www.tirumala.org or http://www.mstcecommerce.com or http://www.mstcindia.co.in.
Kakinada:: Lok Satta Party founder president Dr.Jayaprakash Narayan who was here as part of Surajya Yatra said that the government had miserably failed in addressing peoples’ problems. Speaking to media, he said that there were only six lecturers in Tuni Government Degree college where the student strength is 650 while 13 lecturers were working in Mydukur Degree college in which the student strength is only 50.