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Govt. to promote tourism industry: Naidu
GUNTUR, APRIL 12.The much-awaited Amaravati Mahotsavam began with a bang with the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, declaring the festival open by releasing hydrogen balloons into the air here on Friday. Addressing the gathering at the ...
Kondapalli Seetharamaiah dead
VIJAYAWADA, APRIL 12.Veteran communist leader and founder of the People's War Group of Naxalites, Kondapalli Seetharamaiah, 87, died in his grand-daughter's house here today. He was suffering from Parkinson's disease and heart problem. He had ...
Ajit Singh meets CM
HYDERABAD: The Union Minister for Agriculture, Ajit Singh, met the Chief Minister, N.Chandrababu Naidu, at his residence on Friday and the two leaders discussed issues pertaining to agriculture sector in AP. Mr.Naidu sought allocation of an ...
Farmers to get free sowing paddy
BANGALORE, APRIL 12. The former Chief Minister, S. Bangarappa, has set out on his own to provide relief to people affected by drought in his Shimoga Lok Sabha Constituency. Without looking to the State Government for assistance, Mr. Bangarappa ...
POTA: Sedam criticises Krishna's statement
BANGALORE, APRIL 12.The challenge by the Chief Minister, S.M.Krishna, to the Centre to proceed against the State for opposing the enforcement of Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) has been criticised by the State BJP President, Basavaraj Patil ...
`Three special trains for Kerala in the offing'
KOCHI, APRIL 12. The Union Minister of State for Railways, O. Rajagopal, has said that the Railways will introduce three special trains to Kerala from Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad, as part of celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. Speaking ...
Internet telephony in 4 months
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 12.The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) expects to provide its Internet telephony service in Kerala within the next three or four months, according to its chief general manager for Kerala Circle, P. P. ...
ATMs give banks a boost
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 12.Fuelled by intense competition and a quantum leap in technology, banking services in the city are geared up for a revolution as customers switch to Automated Teller Machines in flocks. With most of the major banks ...
POTA will be used against LTTE supporters
CHENNAI, APRIL 12. The Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, today warned political leaders in Tamil Nadu who were supportive of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam that the Prevention of Terrorism Act would be used against them. Addressing a press ...
Bank security, the central issue
The robbery attempt and murder in Besant Nagar prove that criminals are having a free run in the city and the failure of the police machinery to keep a check on criminal activity, says S.Shivakumar.
Pondy Govt. staff plan picketing before Assembly
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 12. The Confederation of Pondicherry State Government Employees Associations has resolved to stage a picketing in front of the Assembly here on April 24. The chairman of the Confederation, R. Jayaraman, its secretary, R. ...
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