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BJP faults Government on TTD member nomination
S.V. Seshagiri Rao, BJP vice-president, in a statement issued here alleged that by this nomination the Government intended to `illegally' utilise the TTD funds for other municipalities.
While demanding withdrawal of the nomination, Mr. Rao charged the Government with resorting to attacks on religious faith of a community. He called upon swamijis and heads of maths to force the Government to drop it.
The BJP clarified that while it was not against a non-Hindu becoming the TUDA Chairman, it did not want those not connected with and opposed to Hindu religion and atheists to occupy the post as it would amount to controlling the assets of a different sect.
Ban on transfers lifted
The Secretary (Services), General Administration Department, Satish Chandra, said that the G.O. does not provide for mass transfer in case of Government employees either. The plea for transfers to places outside the district and the zone would be entertained on three grounds
-- an employee wife wanting to join her husband at a different place and vice versa, request for mutual shifting and transfer on disciplinary grounds. In all these cases, TA/DA benefits would not be extended and employees on both ends would have to forgo seniority.
Hearing on Pulichintala to continue on Nov. 1
A writ petition was filed complaining that the Government was going ahead with the project construction without obtaining environmental clearance. Several leaders from Krishna and Guntur districts have filed impleading petitions in support of the project.
PCB orders closure of 6 units
The industries are: M/s. Can Lubricants, Rayachoti Road, Utukur village (Cuddapah), M/s. Krishna Traders, IDA, Cuddapah, M/s. Sreenivasa Lubricants, Viratnagar, Proddatur, M/s. Raghavendra Industries, Settipalli Industrial Estate (Chittoor), M/s. Sunder Ispat Ltd, Ippalapally village (Mahabubnagar) and M/s. Reseloca Chemicals, Ranga Reddy Nagar (Ranga Reddy), according to a press release.
12 DSPs transferred
YSR reviews functioning of rythu bazars
Reviewing their functioning on Friday, Dr. Reddy asked officials to auction the loss-making bazars.
Award for scientists
The principal scientist of ARS, T. Yellamanda Reddy, his associates -- D. Balaguravaiah and Y. Padmalatha -- have been given the prestigious award. The award was presented at ICAR awards ceremony held in New Delhi last week. Dr. Balaguravaiah is presently working at ARS Garikapadu in Krishna district as the principal scientist in water management.
Starvation death in Nizamabad district?
According to information, she had been suffering from hunger for some time. Her husband, Yellaiah, is serving jail for hacking to death their daughter who was physically challenged.
Farmer commits suicide
The farmer, who consumed pesticide on Thursday, was shifted to hospital where he died on Friday.
Lifer for killing wife
According to the prosecution, Venkataramana Reddy beat his wife, P. Bayyamma, to death with a pestle on October 19, 2002.
Ends life after poisoning daughter
According to reports, Subbalakshmi, 30, consumed poisoned milk after serving the same to her daughter, Mounika (5). Both died in hospital while undergoing treatment.
Rain likely in parts of State
Under its influence, rain or thundershowers are likely at many places over south coastal Andhra Pradesh and at a few places over north coastal Andhra Pradesh during the next 36 hours.
Heavy rain is also likely at one or two places over Nellore and Prakasam districts during the same period.
Chief amounts of rainfall recorded in centimetres during the last 24 hours ending at 8.30 a.m. on Friday: Sulurpet - 4 and Nellore - 3.
SP to meet people
Hitherto, the SP had been meeting complainants on Monday and Friday. In view of the forthcoming AP Police Sports and Games meet beginning from November 7, the SP desired to meet the public on a daily basis. Those reaching the office after the scheduled hours may lodge their complaints at the Central Complaints Cell. They would be personally looked into by the SP.
Five held in dowry case
Producing the accused Irshad Khan (husband of deceased), Sanaullah Khan and Badrunnisa Begum (inlaws) and Sadath Khan and Asmath Khan brothers of Irshad at a press conference here on Friday, Adilabad DSP K. Sarveswara Rao and II Town SI Komraiah said Irshad was married to Kaisar Banu three months ago. Unable to bear harassment for more dowry, she committed suicide by dousing herself with kerosene and setting afire. Her brother Shaik Shahabuddin gave a complaint to the police.
Cash award for merit students
The awards will be presented to the meritorious students at a function to be held here on November 1, the AP Formation Day, he said in a press release.
The awardees are D. Hanumanth of ZPHS, Dongli in Madnur mandal, E. Navya of Madumalancha high school in Bodhan town, G. Prasad of ZPHS, Konasamunder in Kammarpally mandal, A. Rajani of UPS Palem in Morthad mandal, Kalyani of CUPS in Yellareddy mandal and S. Saraswathi of CUPS, Nathmal.
FP camp held
House panel sitting ends
LIC staff seek wage revision
Legal services week
One killed in road mishap
BMS training camp
Farmer's house burgled
TVS service centre opened
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