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Andhra Pradesh State News on December 5, 2015

Saturday, December 5, 2015
Amaravati

Hyderabad

Centre to take a decision on de-notifying Medha Towers
The Union Government has to take a decision of the State Government’s proposal on de-notifying Medha Towers where the Andhra Pradesh Secretariat comes up. Medha Towers is situated on the 30 acre plot inside the Gannavaram IT Special Economic Zone near Vijayawada. Sources said that the Centre is receiving similar requests from various governments.

Ramanaidu Charitable Trust accepts donations for Chennai floods relief
Ramanaidu Charitable Trust is accepting donations from the general public for the relief to the people in the flood affected areas in Chennai, Tamil Nadu State. The donations can be sent to their account with the Bank of Baroda, Jubilee Hills branch.

35 Trains cancelled between till December 8
The Indian Railways has cancelled as many as 35 train services and 10 trains between Gudur and Chennai due to floods and heavy rains in Chennai till December 8, 2015. The trains between Kacheguda-Chennai, Kakinada-Chennai, Hyderabad-Chennai, Chennai Central-Vijayawada, Vijayawada-Chennai Central.

Telangana District Formation Act notification issued
The Principal Secretary (Revenue) BR Meena has issued notification announcing of Telangana District Formation Act to enable formation of 14 districts in the State. The 14 districts are expected to come into existence on March 1, 2016 after receiving objections/suggestions from political parties and people. It may be recalled that the Chief Commissioner of Land Administration Raymond Peter has submitted a report to the government on the formation of 14 districts.

Nizamabad

Woman constable commits suicide
A woman constable Indira (28) working in II Town Police Station in Nizamabad has committed suicide on Friday. She got married some six months ago and later took divorce with her husband. Sources said that she took the extreme step due to mental agony.

Vijayawada

Union Minister lays foundation stone for fly-over bridge
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today laid foundation stone for fly-over bridge works at Durga temple. Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu, Union Minister for Urban Development M Venkaiah Naidu, Sujana Chowdary, Deputy Chief Minister N Chinarajappa, State Ministers Devineni Umamaheswara Rao, Kollu Ravindra, Siddha Raghavarao, Kamineni Srinivas, MPs Kesineni Nani, Konakalla Narayana and others participated.


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