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SJAC calls for Seemandhra bandh on Sunday

SJAC calls for Seemandhra bandh on Sunday

Hyderabad, August 17 : The Samaikhyandra Joint Action Committee gave a call for Seemandhra bandh on Sunday. The bandh call has been given in protest against the lathicharge against the activists who blocked the convoy of Congress MP V Hanumanth Rao at Alipiri near Tirupati on Saturday. The SJAC alleged that several Samaikhyandhra activists were injured in the lathicharge. To ...

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Engineering admissions to begin from Monday

Hyderabad, August 17 : The Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education has sought the cooperation of people in the smooth conduct of EAMCET – 2013 counseling to begin from Monday. APSCHE Secretary Dr P Sathi Reddy informed that the Andhra Pradesh High Court has directed the government to immediately commence the admission process from August 19 and accordingly the ...

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Govt employees asked to enroll for health scheme

Hyderabad, August 17 : The State Government Employees Health Scheme (EHS) will be launched soon. The scheme would provide comprehensive health care to all Government Employees, pensioners and their family members on cashless basis in lieu of the present medical reimbursement system. The scheme would cover about 14 lakh families both employees and pensioners put together. All the Government employees, ...

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CM constitutes GoM for Christian Missionaries’ properties

CM constitutes GoM for Christian Missionaries’ properties

Hyderabad, August 17 : Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Saturday approved the file relating to constitution of a Group of Ministers for examining the entire gamut of issues pertaining to the proposal for enacting a separate legislation for protection of the properties of Christian Missionaries and Educational Institutions in the State. The Group of Ministers are Syed Md. ...

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Katari condemns attack on VHR

Katari condemns attack on VHR

Hyderabad, August 17 : Lok Satta Party State President Katari Srinivasa Rao on Saturday condemned the attack on V Hanumantha Rao, at Alipiri as he was on his way to Tirumala. In a statement, Srinivasa Rao said there is no place for personal or physical attacks in a democracy. He appealed to people of all regions to maintain restraint even ...

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