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Visakhapatnam, December 27, 2004

The Academic Senate of Andhra University approved the syllabi of the new post graduate course and one the one year advanced post graduate diploma in genetic counselling at its meeting on Monday. The revised syllabi of various courses like mathematics and chemistry, and the proposal for starting M.Phil and Ph.D. programmes in Electronics the Department of Physics along with its syllabus were approved by the Academic Senate.

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Visakhapatnam, December 27, 2004

The Lions International vice president, Ashok Mehta said on Monday that they had rushed men and material to provide immediate relief to the tsunami hit areas of India., Sri Lanka, Thailand and Indonesia. During his maiden visit to the city after assuming charge as the vice president and getting elected as the first Indian present of Lions International from next yea, Mr. Mehta told reporters that on a request from the Deputy Inspector General of Police, T.Krishna Prasad, they had rushed aid to the affected areas of entire Andhra coast. He said that medicines, ration and cooking utensils are also providing help for cremation of bodies to prevent any outbreak of diseases.

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Visakhapatnam, December 27, 2004

The Senior Civil Judge and Secretary in charge of the District Legal Services Authority, D.Dharma Rao on Monday directed the Commissioner of Police to present the Sub Inspector (law and order) of the Vth town police Station before the Chief Judicial Magistrate on 31st in connection with a complaint lodged by a woman.

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Visakhapatnam, December 27, 2004

Eighty seven families of Jalaripeta were shifted to the Municipal Corporation Stadium on Monday evening as a precautionary measure. This step was taken after another earthquake was recorded near Sri Lanka earlier in the day. The Collector, Praveen Prakash denied rumors that the water level at the Fishing Harbour was raising.

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Visakhapatnam, December 27, 2004

The introduction of value added tax from 1st April is intended to benefit consumers as well as traders resulting in price reduction due to a low and trade friendly tax regime, Commissioner for Commercial Taxes V.Bhaskar said in a meeting held on Monday with representatives of trade and commerce from the three north Coastal districts on the draft proposals of the VAT regime.

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Visakhapatnam, December 27, 2004

The police on Monday unearthed seven powerful landmines planted by the CPI (Maoist) in GK Veedhi mandal. About two weeks ago four constables were injured in a landmine blast between Kannavaram and Annavaram villages in the same mandal. Along with the landmines, 12 detonators and 60 metres of electric wire were also recovered. Three of the land mines were planted at different places on the Chintapalle Sileru Road near Chapagedda according to the Superintendent of Police, Sanjay Kumar Jain.

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