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MLC gives call to protect Tribal rights

Rampachodavaram:: MLC T.Ratnabai today urged the government to bestow ancestral forest rights on tribal people. Addressing the World Adivasi Day, she said the U.N. had made a detailed study of the life style, living conditions and other aspects of the tribal people and called upon all the countries to protect them for posterity. East Godavari Collector Karthikeya Mishra and former MLA Seethamsetti Venkateswara Rao spoke on the occasion.

CPI questions Ministers’ presence in Nandyal

Vijayawada:: CPI State secretary K.Ramakrishna today said his party would approach the Election Commission seeking its intervention to advise the Ministers campaigning in Nandyal to also visit the drought hit areas in Rayalaseema. Addressing the media, he said no district in the State was witnessing cent per cent agricultural activity owing to drought. The fertile Godavari region was no exception, he said.

Fast track court sought to hear AgriGold cases

Vijayawada:: AgriGold Customers and Agents’ Welfare Association president M.Nageswara Rao today demanded a fast track court for the Redressal of the problems faced by thousands of customers and agents of the AgriGold Group of companies. Speaking to media, he said that the directors of the company were at large were creating tangles and trying to mislead the High Court.

RINL opens stockyard in Gannavaram

Vijayawada:: RINL CMD P.Madhusudan inaugurated the company’s new steel stockyard on BB Gudem Road in Gannavaram today. He said the aim was to increase RINL’s presence in the Amaravati capital region and its surroundings. This is the second outlet of RINL after Visakhapatnam in the State.

Two per cent reservations to sportspersons

Amaravati:: The State government has created two per cent reservations in the employment for the sportspersons. The Special Principal Secretary L.V.Subramanyam issued orders. This order will be applicable to all governmental departments and aided institutions.

Tirupati Zoo will be made as ‘Night Safari’

Tirupati:: The State government has decided to convert the Zoo here into Night Safari on the lines of Singapore. The government is considering the master plan and layouts prepared by zoo authorities. The Forest department is planning to establish in 200 acres of land to attract more tourists. The plan estimated to cost Rs.50 crore .

ICET seats allotment completed

Amaravati:: The ICET seats allotment for admissions into MBA and MCA courses in the State was completed on Wednesday. The Admissions committee has released the convener quota seats. Out of 494 colleges in the State, there were 36,637 seats, 28,848 seats have been allotted with left over of 7,789 seats.

Prof.Hara Sriramulu appointed as IIIT Director

Nuzvid:: Prof.Hara Sriramulu who has been appointed as Director of IIIT at Srikakulam took charge on Wednesday. He worked as professor for 31 years in Andhra University Bio-technology department. RJUKT Chancellor Rajreddy has appointed his as the Director of Srikakulam IIIT. He worked in various capacities as HoD, Director of Centre for Research in Visakhapatnam, Principal of MITS School of Biotechnology in Bhubaneswar, National Biotechnology Board Director, honorary member of Pollution Control Board. He submitted 116 research papers.

Group I mains hall tickets issued

Amaravati:: The APPSC has made available in the website the hall tickets for Group I examination scheduled to be held from August 17 to 28. The Group II revised key will be released in a day or two said sources.

No protocol to Ministers visiting Nandyal

Amaravati:: The Protocol department has issued orders to the District Collector and Superintendent of Police of Kurnool not to provide protocol to the Ministers of State and Centre visiting on the eve of Nandyal by-elections. The election code is in force till the month end. All the employees are under the purview of Election Commission as far as Nandyal by-poll is concerned. The department also directed the officials not to invite the Ministers to the meetings.

Job point

  • Northern Railway Central Hospital invites applications for filling up of 14 vacancies of senior resident. The vacancies include medicine-1, orthopeatdics-2, anesthesia -2 ENT-1, peadiatrics-2, Oncology-1, Opthomology-1 and Pathology-1. The walk in date is August 23 and 24. Details can be had on
  • NPCIL invites applications for filling up of 80 trade vacancies. The candidates can submit their applications through online by August 24 and more details can be had on
  • MIDHANI invites applications for filling up of 6 Manager posts. That include Assistant Manager-1, Deputy Manager-1, Senior manager -4. The selection will be based on interview and the candidates interested can apply by August 16, 2017. More details can be had on

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