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AU Vice-Chancellor must go - demands Bhadrachalam MP
Visakhapatnam, August 3, 2004

The Bhadrachalam MP, M.Babu Rao and Rajya Sabha Member, P.Madhu have alleged that the Andhra University Vice-Chancellor, YC.Simhadri is spoiling atmosphere in the campus by faulting everything and making the staff responsible.

Addressing a protest meeting organized by the SFI on campus on Tuesday, they said that quite a few teachers had lost their jobs and some students had to part with their degrees as a result of the VC's vindictive attitude. They promised the agitators that they will speak with the Chief Minister on the issue and justice will be done and safe guard the Andhra University.

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Union Bank of India starts 'Anywhere banking'
Visakhapatnam, August 3, 2004

The Assistant General Manager of Union Bank of India, MK Ravi Varma, on Monday inaugurated the 'Anywhere banking' facility at its Gopalapatnam branch.

He said that this was the bank's fourth branch in the city to have this facility which included ATM, Internet banking, and forex rate availability to customers by e-mail, multiple cheque book and direct transmission of letters of credit.

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