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Training program on Food Adulteration held at MVR College
Visakhapatnam, August 22, 2004

MVR Degree College, Gajuwaka, AP State Council of Science and Technology and Raashtriya Vigyan Evam Prodyogik Sanchar Parishad, New Delhi conducted a training program for 40 resource persons on Friday and Saturday on prevention of Food adulteration.

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APSRTC Bus Timing revised
Visakhapatnam, August 22, 2004

The APSRTC has revised the timings of its daily hi-tech services from Visakhapatnam to Hyderabad. According to the Visakhapatnam Depot Manager P.Jeevan Kumar, the first hi-tech bus will leave Dwarka Bus Station at 4pm and 5pm from Monday onwards.

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Arasam to protect Human Rights
Visakhapatnam, August 22, 2004

The 14th State Conference of Andhra Pradesh Writers' Association has given a call for a united struggle of secular and democratic forces to protect the cultural and human values in the wake of globalization.

At the closing session of the conference at the VUDA Children Theatre, the State Secretary of Arasam, Aarveeyar said that despite the electoral defeat, the communal forces were still raising their ugly head, and cautioned people to be wary against them.

The conference adopted a resolution calling for efforts to unite the secular, progressive and democratic forces and organization of seminars and training camps towards this area.

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Arasam office bearers appointed
Visakhapatnam, August 22, 2004

E.Satyanarayana and Penugonda Lakshminarayana have been elected president and secretary respectively of the Andhra Pradesh Progressive Writers' Association. They were elected at the 14th State conference of Arasam which concluded on Sunday.

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