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Detention System at Andhra University scrapped
Visakhapatnam, July 3, 2004

The Vice-Chancellor of Andhra University, YC Simhadri has issued orders to scrap the detention system prevailing in the University in all its Post graduate and graduate courses with immediate effect.

This was disclosed by the official spokesman of the University. This step was taken following the representations from Affiliated Colleges Management Association who intimated the University just three days back after the new academic year commenced.
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Visakhapatnam, July 3, 2004

In the elections held for All India Radio SC, ST Employees Association, Ch.Venkatarao elected as Secretary and G.Bhanu Prasad as President.
Free heart surgery by Rotary International
Visakhapatnam, July 3, 2004

The Rotary International district 3020 with the help of the US based Gift of Life Foundation has done free heart surgery on five poor children.

Rotary has committed to undertake one hundred free heart surgeries during the next coming six months according to district governor, D.V.Raju.

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