Andhra Pradesh News on January 17, 2018

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CCLA bags ISO Certificate

Vijayawada:: The office of the Chief Commissioner of Land Administration of the Department of Revenue has won ISO 9001:2015 certification for its service standards. Global Management Certification Services Private Ltd., CEO K.K.Rao handed over the certificate along with IAS-IAF accreditation to Chief Commissioner Anil Chandra Punetha on Wednesday.

Three injured in acid attack

Mopedevi:: Three persons including a woman suffered injuries in an acid attack on the outskirts of Mopidevi in the district on Wednesday. The injured were admitted in Avanigadda Government Hospital and their condition is stable. The victims were identified as M.Sudhakar, M.Surendra and Maddala Janakamma. The accused who were neighbors, threw acid over a boundary dispute. The police launched a hunt to nab them.

Cock-fights – 3,000 cases booked ad 1917 held

Vijayawada:: The police have registered cases against hundreds of cockfight organizers and punters in Krishna, Guntur (Urban) and Visakhapatnam district and arrested 1917 organizers. In Twin Godavari districts, the police have registered cases against 3,599 cockfight organizers, punters and others. The West Godavari SP M.Ravipraksh said the police had destroyed 224 rings and took 2,466 people into custody and Rs.41,01,488 was seized from the accused. In East Godavari, the police booked cases against 1,033 people and seized Rs.45 lakhs. The Rajamahendravram Urban Police booked 400 cases and seized 300 birds, 450 knifes and Rs.15 lakh cash.

Mob attempts to attack Terlam police station foiled

Vizianagaram:: A mob said to be around 200 made a futile attempt to attack the Terlam police station after three constables including a head constable tried to disperse a gathering at a wine shop at Terlam late on Tuesday night. Sources said that a police team objected the presence of huge gathering at a wine shop in a densely populated residential colony, some among the mob reported assaulted the head constable and tore up his uniform. They later rushed towards the police station damaged speed stoppers and attempted to enter by climbing up gate. The mob fled as word spread that additional forces were on the way, said the police sources

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