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It will be a clean sweep, says Jagan

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Pulivendula (YSR Kadapa dist), May 7 : Asserting that the heavy turn-out in the elections in Seemandhra indicates a total sweep and the verdict would be decisive and one-sided in favour of YSRCP, the party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has reiterated that they would support any party in Centre that would safe-guard the interests of the state. Speaking to ...

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CEDM releases EAMCET, ICET – 2014 study material

Hyderabad, May 7 : Minorities Welfare Department Special Secretary Syed Omer Jaleel released the ICET – 2014 study material at Nizam College here on Wednesday. Speaking on the occasion, Omer Jaleel said that students should not be complacent with just clearing ICET but should look beyond and go for Civil Services, and Group-I & Group – II Services, besides ICET ...

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Balakrishna confident of winning from Hindupur

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Hyderabad, May 7 : Cine star Balakrishna has claimed that he would win with a thumping majority from Hindupur Assembly segment. Balakrishna, who contested as TDP candidate, also expressed confidence that the TDP would form the next government in the residuary State of Andhra Pradesh. Speaking to media persons here after the end of polling, he said the voters’ turnout ...

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TET results to be announced today

Hyderabad, May 7 : Commissioner and Director of School Education M Jagadeeshwar has informed that the results of Andhra Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test (APTET) will be released on Thursday. The results will be placed on the APTET official website http:/aptet.cgg.gov.in. About 4.5 lakh candidates appeared for the TET which was held on March 16 across the State.  INN

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EC orders repolling in Palakajeedi

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Hyderabad, May 7 : Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwarlal on Wednesday announced re-polling in Palakajeedi village under Koyyur mandal of Visakhapantam district. Re-polling has been ordered as the booth was captured by the Maoists who took away two EVMs. They had also set afire a government vehicle.  INN

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