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Andhra Pradesh News on April 2, 2016

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Saturday, April 2, 2016

HYDERABAD:JAC gives call to ‘Chalo HCU’ on April 6:: The Students Joint Action Committee has given a call ‘Chalo HCU’ to all students, political organizations and others to come to the University of Hyderabad on April 6 as a mark of protest against the university’s administration. The call comes a day before the administration tried to reach out the agitating students who had an informal meeting with M.Sudhakar, Registrar and Prof. V.Venkata Ramana, former dean, School of Management Studies on Friday evening. The students made it clear they do not accept Prof.Appa Rao as the Vice-Chancellor and have demanded his resignation. The Indian Journalists Union condemned restrictions imposed on the media.

NELLORE: ACB conducts raids on Nellore Registrar:: Anti-Corruption Bureau sleuths conducted simultaneous raids on the houses of Nellore Registrar V.Nanda Kishore today. Sources said that around Rs.2 core worth of house sites, cash and gold ornaments were found during their raids. The raids were conducted in ten places in Bangalore, Vijayawada, Hyderabad including three in Kavali, the native of the accused.

Priest couple murdered:: Some unidentified miscreants murdered an aged priest couple at their residence located on the premises of Shivalayam temple at Pedacherukuru village in Nellore rural mandal limits in the wee hours of Saturday. Nuthalapati Chandramouleeswara Rao (65) and his wife Pushpa Vani (60) were found murdered in their house. The exact reason for the twin murde4rs is not immediacy known.

ONGOLE: Accused in kidnap case remanded:: Three persons who were held in connection with the kidnap of a six-year-old girl from Kanigiri in Prakasam district on Friday were remanded in judicial custody by the magistrate court in Kanigiri on Saturday. The trio including the girl’s uncle and his associates T.Salomon and Sk.Basheer were shifted to district jail. Investigations revealed that the girl’s uncle had taken on rent a flat in an apartment in Vijayawada fortnight ago and hatched a plot to abduct the girl with a view to extract Rs.50 lakh as ransom said the police.

SRIKAKULAM: Diploma course in Korean languages:: Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University here will start one year diploma course in the Korean language form the new academic year said Vice Chancellor H.Lajapathi Rai. He said that the university has signed an agreement with HANSUNG University of South Korea.

VIJAYAWADA: MCET-AC on May 13:: The Andhra Pradesh Medical and Dental Colleges’ Association will conduct a web-based Medical and CommonEntrance Test – Association of Colleges for admission to B Category management seats in MBBS and BDS for 2016-17 on May 13 from 2pm to 5pm. Convenor K.J.Ramesh announced of the same in a release and said that applications can be downloaded from www.apmedco.com from April 5 to May 1. Hall tickets can be downloaded from the site from May 9 till May 13.

VISAKHAPATNAM: Visakhapatnam Port Trust to provide toilets in 50 government schools::The Visakhapatnam Port Trust would provide amenities in all government and government aided schools in its neighborhood according to its Chairman M.T.Krishna Babu. Visakhapatnam MP Khambampati Haribabu on Friday inaugurated the block built at CBM High School in I Town. Speaking on the occasion, he said that the VP is planning to provide toilets with running water in some 50 such schools over the next couple of years. In the first phase it is building toilet blocks in 20 schools as part of the Swachh Vidyalaya campaign of the Central Government. The VPT also provide the benches for the students in the school and also distributed note books to student in the school. The MP inaugurated the toilet blocks in MVDM High School and Scared Heart High School later on.

Prema Samajam to start diagnostic service from Ugadi:: Prema Samajam will open a diagnostic centre in Daba Gardens to serve the poor and needy. One of the old NGOs in the city that was established in 1930 has received contributions to the tune of Rs.40 lakh so far for buying equipment like digital X ray and Colour Doppler. It will improve facilities in future as support is pouring in for material and financial help from philanthropic people and institutions. Prema Samajam President K.Ramabrahmam said that they decided to inaugurate the diagnostic centres on Ugadi day. For diagnostic centre, the Indian Medical Association had offered the services of doctors belonging to various specialties on designated days. Pradhama Hospital at MVP colony has offered technical support.


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