Amaravati:: The State government has lifted the suspension slapped on the Deputy Collector K.Vinayakam. It may be recalled that he was placed under suspension following allegations in the disbursements of monies to the displaced persons of Gandikota project. He appealed the government that he did not indulged in any irregularities and consequently, the government lifted the suspension and posted him to a post of non-prominent nature.
Amaravati:: National alliance of Journalists will hold a meeting at Andhra Bhavan in New Delhi on December 10 to discuss the problems faced by journalists in print media and digital media. APDWJF State Secretary G.Anjaneyulu said that the meet will be attended by various unions from various States. They demanded formation new wage commission and implementation of Majithia Wage Board recommendations. They wanted to remove the Press Council of India and create Media Council.
Srikakulam:: Indian Red Cross Society, AP wing planned to train at least 20 lakh people in the State as Social Emergency Response Volunteers to provide quick help to patients, victims of road accidents and people who would need immediate help during emergency situations and natural calamities according to IRCS-AP General Secretary S.Bala Subramanyam. He said that one percent of the population had to come under the programme to save lives by working as ambassadors at grassroots level. He accompanied a Japanese delegation that had come to study the programme that was taken up as a pilot project.