Harvard School to back health varsity Schemes

Harvard School to back health varsity Schemes The Harvard Medical School’s (HMS). Global Education Department will work with Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences (NTRUHS) for providing training to teachers of medical education. Giving the details to the media, NTRUHS Vice-Chancellor Dr T. Ravi Raju said that a nine-month programme has been devised in this… Read More »

The City girl wins four gold medals in Table Tennis

The City girl wins four gold medals in Table Tennis Vijayawada girl shines in table tennis by Winning four gold medals twice in a row in Andhra Pradesh State ranking tournament. Ms Kazol Sunar won medals in sub-junior, junior, youth and woman Categories in the recently concluded tournament at Anantapur. She also won four medals… Read More »

Jayadev Galla to visit U.S. for Indo-U.S. forum meet

Galla to visit U.S. for Indo-U.S. forum meet An Indo-US Forum of Parliamentarians delegation Will visit America. The team comprising Mr Jay Panda, BJD, Mr Jayadev Galla-TD, Mr Anurag Singh Thakur and Mr Harish Chander Meena – BJP. Ms Sushmita Dev and Mr Rajeev Satav – Congress-I and Mr Neeraj Shekhar – SP is visiting… Read More »

TD, BJP betrayed trust of AP people: Congress

TD, BJP betrayed trust of AP people: Congress The Congress on Friday lashed out at the ruling TD and BJP over the special category status.Addressing the media at the Andhra Ratna Bhavan here, AIPCC vice-president N. Tulasi Reddy accused both the parties of betraying the Telugu people by backtracking over the assurances they had given… Read More »

NGOs cautious on special package to Andhra Pradesh

NGOs cautious on special package to Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officers (NGOs) are in “wait and see” mode now to react on the Centre’s package and recent developments. The NGO leaders are assessing the pros and cons of the special assistance announced. Earlier, APNGOs president Ashok Babu had announced that they will come on… Read More »

Bharatiya Janata Party claims credit for package deal for SCS

Bharatiya Janata Party claims credit for package deal for SCS While the Telugu Desam is trying to take credit for the Union government’s special package to AP, the BJP started a campaign to claim credit for it too. Former minister and Senior BJP leader Kanna Lakshminarayana claimed that the BJP leaders had explained about the… Read More »

Political interference in religion draws flak

Political interference in religion draws flak The interference of political leaders in spiritual activities is now debatable topic among citizens. The leaders interference leading to controversies and disputes is now common to public. Presently, a fresh controversy between two groups led by TD MILA Bonda Umamaheswara Rao and prominent personality Koganti Satyanarayana is a hot… Read More »

Capital farmers happy with Singur judgment

Capital farmers happy with Singur judgement The Supreme Court judgement on Singur lands in West Bangal brought cheer to the farmers of the capital region. Farmers from Undavalli and Penumaka villages celebrated the Supreme Court judgement by distributing sweets and vegetables to passersby at Undavalli centre. They have performed puja to the photos of Nyaya… Read More »

City’s canal bunds turned into parks and walking Zone for public utility

City’s canal bunds turned into parks and walking Zone for public utility City canals bunds are turning into Walking Zones and parks for public utility. The state government completed half of the canals beautification project as part of Krishna Pushkaralu Works. The implementation of remaining half seems difficult as severall canal bunds are encroached with… Read More »

MVI booked in registration case And CID Begins Probing Scam

MVI booked in registration case And CID Begins Probing Scam The CID on Thursday registered a case against MVI V. Siva Nageswara Rao, on the complaint that he registered 27 non-existing vehicles. The MVI was accused of creating fake registration certificates in collusion with four individuals who own petrol tankers, according to a complaint lodged… Read More »