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Visakhapatnam News on April 5, 2004
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APCO registers record sales
Weavers’ corporative generates a revenue of Rs.1.5 crore
Building collapse at Daba Gardens claims 2
18 injured; Rescue operations initiated; Minister promises support
Two software employees drowned in Vizag beach
Two local youth who went for rescue missing
Recruitment rally for the posts of group (x) technical trades
Indian Air Force recruitments
APCO Fabrics Designer Collection showroom inaugurated
APSCO registers turnover of Rs. 138 crore
Distribution of ration cards from December 1
Applications for fresh cards to be accepted up to end of this month
Employee strike hits official machinery
Most Government offices including Collectorate looked deserted
Nationwide strike on Tuesday
NGOs and Teachers squat at Collectorate and Mandal offices to highlight their demands
The Hindu - Eenadu Lifestyle Show at AU College Grounds
Show to feature wide range of products on display
Photo and Stamp Exhibitions and pledges mark Mahatma Birth Anniversary
City reminds itself of teachings of Mahatma Gandhi
Massive security arrangements have been made for the Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's election meeting to be held at the Port Stadium on Tuesday. The Chief Minister N.Chandrababunaidu will also attend the meeting.Mr.Vajpayee is scheduled to arrive by a special aircraft from Gowhati around 4.30pm and address the election meeting at 5pm.
The people and representatives of the political parties can contact the Observer from the Election Commission Neelima S.Rao over telephone or in person. Ms.Neelima S.Rao is staying at the YRPC Guest House here and can be contacted over telephone 2733488 before 8am or after 7pm every day according to a press release from the liaison officer and CEO of the Setviz, V.S.Rao on Monday.
Popular ballad singer and revolutionary writer, Gaddar demanded that the Chief Minister N.Chandrababunaidu make public the findings of the high-level committee which was appointed to probe into the happenings in Andhra University after Y.C.Simhadri took over as Vice-Chancellor.
The fishermen's leader and Congress corporator B.Neelakantam joined the TDP in the presence of its Vizag Lok Sabha candidate M.V.V.S.Murty on Monday.
A total of 79 candidates including 13 for the two Lok Sabha seats in the district are in the fray for the April 20 elections after the dead line for withdrawal of candidature expired on Monday.
Rich tributes were paid to the former Deputy Prime Minister Babu Jagjivin Ram on his 97th birth anniversary here on Monday. The Collector Sunil Sharma was the Chief Guest at a function organized by the Social Welfare department.