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  • Kurnool:: Bicycles distributed to girl students:: Bicycles were distributed to ninth standard girl students of Indira Gandhi Memorial Municipal High School here under the Government's Badikosta programme by SP A.Ravikrishna on Thursday.
  • Kurnool:: Rowdysheets opened against 11 RCP leaders:: The Kadapa police on the directions of senior officials, opened rowdysheets against 11 Rayalaseema Communist Party on Thursday for causing inconvenience to people through protests and targeting government offices and officials according to police.
  • Kurnool:: Rs.45 crore released for NREGS wages:: The government has released Rs.45.13 crore to clear the pending NREGS wages of 53 mandals in Kurnool district on Thursday. A sum of Rs.40 crore would be deposited in the bank accounts of the NREGS workers in three to four days according to DWMA project director Ch.Pulla Reddy.
  • Nellore:; Minor girl molested:: Ahmad, a 25 year old auto rickshaw driver was taken into custody by the police on the charges of molesting a minor girl belonging to Padugupadu village in Kovvur police station limits on Wednesday. The accused offered to drop the girl who was returning home after working at a shop in Nellore city and molested her, her parents alleged.
  • Rajamahendravaram:: IHRC award for RMP:: Nidamarti Raju, a Registered Medical Practitioner has bagged the 'best services' award of the International Human Rights Council, Mumbai. Addressing the media here on Thursday, Dr.Raju said that the award was in recognition of his efforts to create awareness about AIDS, HIV, swine flue, dengue among people of the rural areas of East Godavari district for the last 17 years.
  • Srikakulam:: Kamineni Srinivas to visit Palasa tomorrow:: Minister for Health Kamineni Srinivas will visit Palasa on Saturday and inaugurate a dialysis unit in the area hospital. He will review the on-going door-to-door survey taken up by the Medical and Health department to identify the exact number of kidney patients in the Uddhanam region.
  • Tirupati:: UGC Emeritus Fellowship for two retired professors:: Two retired professors from Sri Venkateswara University - M.C.Reddepappa Reddy and A.Ranga Reddy have been selected for the two year prestigious 'UGC Emeritus Fellowship'. Under the project, Prof.Reddappa Reddy will pursue research in 'Best Practices in Career Guidance and Counselling Programmes of Different Colleges/Universities in Andhra Pradesh and Kerala' and Prof.Ranga Reddy will focus on 'impact Assessment of Corporate Governance on Farming Community in Rayalaeema Region.
  • Hyderabad:: Vijay Sai Reddy meets Prime Minister:: YSRCP MP Vijay Sai Reddy called on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday in New Delhi. During the meeting lasting 15 minutes, the Rajya Sabha member from the State urged the Prime Minister to take not of the blatant defections encouraged by the ruling TDP in the State. He said induction of defected YSRCP MLAs into the AP Cabinet was unconstitutional and the Prime Minister should look into it. He also urged him to accord Special Category Status to the State.








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