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Visakhapatnam, December 23, 2004

The Mayor and Congress leader, Rajana Ramani on Thursday described the demise of the former Prime Minister, PV Narasimha Rao as an irreparable loss. His death has caused a vacuum, she said in a condolence message. She recalled his contribution for the development of Andhra Pradesh in general and Visakhapatnam in particular and said that the Congress had lost a fatherly figure who retired from politics after demitting the office of Prime Minister. The Visakhapatnam II MLA S.Rangaraju said PV brought laurels to the country and the State in particular as the first telugu bidda to become the Prime Minister of the Country. The TDP, BJP and other veteran leaders lauded the services of the PV Narasimhararo and condoled his death as a great loss to the nation as well as the State.

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Visakhapatnam, December 23, 2004

The Satyam Computer Services Ltd., Chairman B Ramalinga Raju during his visit to the city last fortnight said its operations in Visakhapatnam is bound to boost the information technology sector particularly business process outsourcing in the region. He said Visakhapatnam had all the pre requisites to emerge as a major IT hub including BPO. HSBC was the first major firm to take the initiative of launching their operations last year and before this software development and call centre units were operating on a small scale. The initiative taken by the Chief Minister in allotting 2000 acres of land near INS Kalinga to Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation. The APIIC Officer on special duty K Ratna Prabaha said that apart from developing the area, Satyam was entrusted with constructing twin cyber towers in the heart of the city and for this 10.5 acres of vacant land near Harbour Par has been allotted. Several software professionals feel that this is the right beginning to transform Visakhapatnam as an IT hub.

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Visakhapatnam, December 23, 2004

An exchange of fire took place between the naxals and the police at Tokalapalem village of Koyyuru mandal in the district on Thursday. A police team was going towards the village when a group of naxals who were coming form the opposite direction allegedly opened fire without any provocation. The naxals left behind cooking utensils, blankets and caps before fleeing from the scene. The Superintendent of Police, Sanjay Kumar Jain warned the CPI (Maoist) members not to move about in villages with weapons. He cautioned action would be taken if they did not comply with the orders.

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