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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

Power Generation from Garbage
Visakhapatnam, July 4, 2004

As a part of the solid waste management, a long awaited proposal to generate the power from the garbage. Nearly 600 tonnes of garbage picked up from the various parts of the city is being dumped on the city outskirts and Sriram Energies Systems Ltd., has come forward to start power generation from this garbage heap.

The Mayor and the Municipal Commissioner are shortly visiting Vijayawada to inspect the plant and explore the possibility of finalizing a deal at the earliest possible.
Feeding to the Poor by SBISUHC
Visakhapatnam, July 4, 2004

The State Bank of India Staff Union Hyderabad Circle, Visakhapatnam Module poor feeding at a meeting organized at the RTC complex on Sunday to condole the death of its leader Y.Tarakanath who passed away recently.
Divide and rule policy by AU
Visakhapatnam, July 4, 2004

The Andhra University Prarirashana Samithi, which is agitating for the recall of the Vice Chancellor of Andhra University YC Simhadri, the Convener S.Surappadu, the joint Convener K.John, the Hostel Employees Union president, G.Apparao alleged the latter the AU administration is adopting the methods of divide and rule policy by asking the retrenched daily wage staff to resume work. The Samithi office bearers said that it was yet another ploy by the VC to save his kin after the State Government's announcement in the Assembly last week to order a probe into his functioning.

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