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Chief Minister inaugurates VAMBAY Colony
Visakhapatnam, September 25, 2004

The Chief Minister, YS.Rajasekhara Reddy on Saturday inaugurated the first phase of Valmiki-Ambedkar Awas Yojna consisting of 1700 units for slum dwellers of the city at Madhuravada at a cost of Rs.8.5 crores.Addressing a public meeting at the venue, he said the Government is committed to the betterment of backward and downtrodden sections of the society and small and marginal farmers. He said Polavaram project was a permanent solution to all the problems in this region. He reiterated that the Government is making special efforts in this direction. On local issues, he promised to look into the demand of making Madhurawada a revenue mandal. Justice would be done to Simhahcalam and Gajuwaka lands - he said.

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Medical camp on Nation Service Scheme Day
Visakhapatnam, September 25, 2004

To mark the Nation Service Scheme Day, the Pydah College for Women organized a medical camp and a blood donation camp at the college premises on Friday. Students of the college educated slum dwellers about the symptoms of malaria and tuberculosis. They also took part in the blood donation camp in the AU Arts College. The NSS unit of St.Joseph's college for women distributed 100 kgs.of rice and five boxes of clothes to the 125 inmates of the Nirmal Hriday home for destitutes at Gananapuram

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Dasapalla Group's gesture

Visakhapatnam, September 25, 2004

The Management and the Staff of the Dasapalla Group have donated Rs.38,700 to the Care Foundation for treatment of children suffering from heart diseases The cheque was handed over to the Care Hospital Chairman, Somaraju on Saturday by the hotel General Manager S.Prasanth

Daspalla Hotel
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JAC submits memo against Vice Chancellor
Visakhapatnam, September 25, 2004

The Joint Action Committee for Protection of Andhra University has requested the Chief Minister to constitute an inquiry committee into the allegations against the Vice-Chancellor, YC.Simhadri. In a memorandum submitted to Dr.Reddy during his brief tour here on Saturday, the JAC's convener, S.Surappadu alleged that Prof.Simhadri was taking advantage of the delay in constituting the inquiry committee by luring teachers by conducing the Career Advancement Scheme interviews and giving undeserving promotions to non teaching staff.

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Panchavati Vanabhivrudhi by VUDA
Visakhapatnam, September 25, 2004

The Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority launched the 'Panchavati Vanabhivrudhi' programme near Pendurty on Saturday. The Panchavati concept is based on the promotion of five gardens; Tapovanam, Brindavanam, Anandavanam, Prasanthavan and Lakshminarayavanam. The project, which will be extended to other areas, has been taken up at the Venkatadri Shrine in association with the temple committee.

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Railway employee held
Visakhapatnam, September 25, 2004

The Railway Protection Force sleuts have detained a railway employee for allegedly stealing audio visual equipment from a special train at Simhahcalam North railway Station. Based on a complaint on Friday from the guard on the theft of the audio visual equipment from the train on its way from Chennai to Hajipur, the RPF personnel conducted a probe and apprehended Singaboni Ghasi, a box boy and recovered the equipment valued at Rs.42,000.

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PW agency bandh peaceful
Visakhapatnam, September 25, 2004

The bandh call given by PW naxalites on Saturday passed off peacefully in the agency area. According to reports, shops were closed and buses were not operated to the remote villages. The PW organized a well attended meeting near Darakonda during the day. Vehicular traffic was come to a standstill till the meeting is over.

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