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Office-bearers of Greater Vijayawada Builders Association during a media briefing in Vijayawada on Friday. Photo: V. Raju
THE HINDU Office-bearers of Greater Vijayawada Builders Association during a media briefing in Vijayawada on Friday. Photo: V. Raju

Builders seek end to sand scarcity

GVBA committee to look into black-marketing of sand. It is an indefinite period during which black-marketers mint money by selling sand at exorbitant prices. The panel will be in touch with officials... »
School of Planning and Architecture Director N. Sridharan (left) welcoming US Consul General Michael Mullins to an interactive session on the school premises in Vijayawada. Photo: By Arrangement

US Consul General promises all help in development of A.P.

US Consul General Michael Mullins visited the School of Planning and Architecture (SPAV) here and had a discussion on its activities with Director N. Sridharan and his team. He was briefed about th... »
Archers paying tribute to international archer and coach Ch. Lenin on his fourth death anniversary in Vijayawada on Friday.

City remembers archer Lenin

The fourth death anniversary of international coach and archer Cherukuri Lenin was observed in a sombre manner amidst emotional speeches and memorable reminiscences at VMC-Volga Archery Field in Gu... »
Dr. Srividya Taraknath, classical Hath Yoga teacher. Photo: T. Vijaya Kumar

Fasting improves immunity, says Hata Yoga trainer

The auspicious month, `Karthika Masam,’ began on Friday with the faithful taking to fasting during the time of rituals. A tradition that is prevalent in many cultures and religions, fasting is a n... »

‘Thermal stress, corrosion ledto Nagaram pipeline blast’

ANU expert team submits report to Vice-Chancellor. The team visited the scene of blast thrice and interacted with people, officials of ONGC and GAIL, revenue and police personnel and came out with a c... »
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Police Commissioner A.B. Venkateswara Rao displyaing the weapons seized in the Pedavutapalli case before the media in Vijayawada on Friday. PHOTO: V. Raju
VIJAYAWADA, October 25, 2014

Police seek Interpol help

Pedavutapalli killings

Police seek Interpol helpThe Pedavutapalli incident in which three persons of a family were shot dead continues to puzzle the polic... »
BAPATLA, October 25, 2014

Clock Tower to be built again at Bapatla

The coastal town is all set to get back one of its famous landmarks, the Clock Tower, at the post office traffic junction. District Collector Kantilal Dande has issued orders allotting 2.5 c... »
VIJAYAWADA, October 22, 2014

Knee replacement using anti-oxidant implants

Heart and Brain Institute Andhra Hospitals successfully performed a knee-replacement surgery using anti-oxidant implants on a 34-year-old patient.Akash Saraswath, who was suffering from rheu... »
VIJAYAWADA, October 22, 2014

A scheme mired in controversy

The cash transfer scheme has been mired in controversy ever since the UPA government tried to implement it. The scheme acquired political hues, and it was suspended in view of the general elections... »
HYDERABAD, October 22, 2014

RAMCO Cements gives Rs.2 cr for cyclone relief

RAMCO Cements has donated Rs. 2 crore for the cyclone-relief works in north Andhra districts. Company chairman P.R. Ramasubramanya Raja, Vice-Chairman P.R. Venkatarama Raja and CEO Dharma K... »
VIJAYAWADA, October 22, 2014

Medical fraternity wakes up to over-prescription

The global medical fraternity is nowadays waking up to the hazards of ‘over-prevention’, ‘over-diagnosis’, ‘over-prescription’ and ‘over treatment’ which, besides significantly jacking up the heal... »
VIJAYAWADA, October 22, 2014

QUESTION OF CHOICE

The Aadhaar- LPG linkage for subsidised LPG cylinders will soon be back in force. The Centre may implement a modified Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG scheme (DBTL) in November. However, offi... »
Irrigation Minister Devineni Umamaheswara Rao addressing the media at Prakasam Barrage in Vijayawada on Tuesday. Photo: Ch. Vijaya Bhaskar
VIJAYAWADA, October 21, 2014

Power can be bought, but not water: Uma

Precious drinking water was running down Prakasam Barrage into the sea because the Telangana government was using Srisailam project water to generate power. This could result in drinking water sho... »
VIJAYAWADA, October 21, 2014

More time sought for ryots to submit bank details

CPI State secretary K. Ramakrishna has demanded that the government extend time for farmers till this month-end to furnish details of their bank accounts for the implementation of loan waiver schem... »
Rapid Action Force conducting a mock drill during a rehearsal for the Police Commemoration Day celebrations in Guntur on Tuesday. Photo: T. Vijaya Kumar
GUNTUR, October 21, 2014

RAF holds flag march in communally sensitive areas

A battalion of Rapid Action Force (RAF) led by Additional Superintendent of Police, Papa Rao, has completed its seven-day tour of the district marking the Police Commemoration Week celebrations.»

Medicos yield to pressure, show psychiatric disorders

Remembering the martyrs

Couple killed in road accident

CPM protests govt. stand on CTS

TS seeks Rs. 40 cr. from A.P.to store water at Pulichintala

Uma requests TS to suspend power generation at Srisailam

Hudhud shadow on Diwali

ANU signs MoU with Polish university

GUNTUR, October 25, 2014

DST gives nod to set up tech park for rural women

Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi, has sanctioned a project to set up a technology park for rural women at Vignan University.The DST sanctioned Rs. 63.15 lakh for a project to... »
VIJAYAWADA, October 22, 2014

DTBL may bring down diversions

The Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme for LPG (DBTL) is expected to bring down the diversion of subsidised LPG cylinders to open market and misuse of subsidy.The Centre has capped the supply o... »
Writer and actor Tanikella Bharani releasing a book 'Chevilo Poolu' written by Viswanadha Pavani Sastry, in Vijayawada on Tuesday. Photo: Ch. Vijaya Bhaskar
VIJAYAWADA, October 22, 2014

Protect Telugu cultural heritage: Bharani

Noted writer-cum-actor Tanikella Bharani expressed anguish over the Telugus’ “lack of interest in protecting their own cultural heritage”. Releasing a book written by writer and Viswanadha Satyan... »
VIJAYAWADA, October 22, 2014

4,500 refills delivered everyday

There are 74 gas agencies catering for 11,37,296 LPG consumers in the district. Of this, 7,46,853 have Aadhaar linkage and 5,21,104 had registered with banks by February 2014. Officials now claim t... »
VIJAYAWADA, October 22, 2014

SCR’s special drive against carrying fire crackers

South Central Railway (SCR) has decided to intensify its drive against carrying fire crackers or inflammables in trains and station premises on the eve of Deepavali festival. SCR requests passenge... »
GUNTUR, October 22, 2014

Booked for hoarding firecrackers

A Guntur-based trader who had illegally hoarded huge stocks of fire crackers, which the police claimed are worth Rs.4.8 crore in the open market, at an old cotton mill, was booked by Vigilance and... »
Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu flagging off 'FIR at Doorstep' vehicles in Vijayawada on Tuesday. Photo: Ch. Vijaya Bhaskar
VIJAYAWADA, October 21, 2014

Naidu announces Rs. 10 cr. for police welfare fund

While paying rich tributes to police martyrs on the occasion of Police Commemoration Day here on Tuesday, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu announced a welfare fund with a corpus of Rs 10 crore... »
VIJAYWADA, October 21, 2014

Naidu announces Rs 10 cr corpus fund for police welfare

While paying rich tributes to police martyrs on the occasion of Police Commemoration Day here on Tuesday, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu announced a welfare fund with a corpus of Rs 10 crore... »
Supreme Court Judge J. Chalameswara Rao and CBDT Chairman K.V. Chowdary at the Hindu School campus, Machilipatnam, on Monday. Photo: By Arrangement
MACHILIPATNAM, October 21, 2014

Study literature, students told

: Going down the memory lane, Supreme Court Judge J. Chalameswar and Chairman of Central Board of Direct Taxes K.V. Chowdary, former students of the Hindu school, Machilipatnam, on Monday spent a f... »
GUNTUR, October 21, 2014

Quota for children of police martyrs

The State government has allotted 0.5 per cent of seats in Medical courses to children of slain policemen and 2 per cent of seats in Engineering courses, SP P.H.D. Ramakrishna said here on Monday.<... »

Realtors woo investors with Diwali offers

CM to attend police commemoration parade

653 police including four from A.P. died this year: DGP

‘Bhagavad Gita is a way of life’

Bifurcation: textile federation for A.P. formed

Curbs on bursting of firecrackers worry traders

SPDCL staff in cyclone-hit areas to go up to 6,000

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