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Midnight operation by the Visakhapatnam City Police
Visakhapatnam, November 13, 2004

The Visakhapatnam Master list job aspirants staged a dharna and rasta roko on Saturday protesting against the demolition of relay hunger strike camp.

In a midnight operation, the municipal corporation staff and police removed the camp on Thursday night without any provocation, the agitationists told the press. They are under agitation for the past 130 days.

On Thursday night, One Town SI with the assistance of armed policemen raided the camp and demolished the tents and threw away the furniture after pulling down the banners without issuing any warning. The CPI city secretary K.Lakanadham strongly condemned the demolition of the agitation camp by the police authorities. The Port and Dock Employees Association president PV Ramana said the operation by the police would aggravate the situation.

He said that the District Collector and the Police Commissioner should desist from such attempts.

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Medical Camp by Lions club
Lions ClubVisakhapatnam, November 13, 2004

The Lions Club of Visakhapatnam and the coastal Andhra Diabetic Association will organize a free diabetic camp at the Lions Community Hall in Ramnagar on Sunday. Apart from free fasting and post prandial blood sugar tests, there will be counselling for patients by specialists on the precautions to be taken according to the Lions Club Secretary PV Chandrasekhar.

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