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Visakhapatnam, November 25, 2004

As a part of the Eastern Naval Command's Navy Week celebrations, as many as 11 ships of the ENC participated in the exercises with INS Ranjit, a Rajput Class destroyer, playing host to several of exercises. An array of naval feats created a heightened battle atmosphere on the high seas is an excellent one. A search and secure operation was carried out by two Chetak helicopters by lifting a man from the se by a rope. The helicopters also displayed 'sonar dunking' by taking out a simulated sea. The ENC's exercises on the high seas created a good forerunner to the Navy mela beginning on Thursday.

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Visakhapatnam, November 25, 2004

The Telugu writer couples Malati and Chendur of Chennai have been selected for the Rs.1 lakh Lok Nayak Foundation Sahiti Puraskaram in its inaugural year. This was disclosed by the former MP and foundation chairman, Yarlagadda Lakshmi Prasad at a press conference on Wednesday. The award would be given to an individual or institution in recognition of his/her contribution to Telugu language and literature. Dr.Lakshmi Prasad said that the award would be presented on 20th January 2005 and former Union Minister Karan Singh who had been invited as chief guest of the function.

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Visakhapatnam, November 25, 2004

The members of the joint Action Committee of the AP Government non gazetted employees' teachers and works staged a dharna in front of the Collectorate on Wednesday to press their demands. The JAC chairman, K.Raja Rao and its convener, P.Krishna Murty, the teachers' leader G.Simhadrappadu led the dharna.

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Visakhapatnam, November 25, 2004

A manager was caught red handed by the CBI while accepting a bribe on Thursday. According to the CBI SP A.Sai Manohar, the manager of Central Bank of India, in Krishna District, CD Maheswararao demanded and accepted a bribe of ten thousand rupees for releasing an installment of the loan amount of Rs 8 lakhs which was already sanctioned to a customer.

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Visakhapatnam, November 25, 2004

The State Unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party has called for a State wide bandh on November 30th to highlight the failure of the Congress led Governments at the Centre and in the State. The BJP city president, Bandaru Rangamohana Rao said at a press conference on Thursday.

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