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Visakha Dairy polls leads to clashes
Visakhapatnam, September 17, 2004

The Congress and the TDP workers clashed during the polling to elect three directors of the Sri Vijaya Visakha Cooperative Dairy on Friday. The police resorted to lathi charge and to disperse them. Tension prevailed for about one and half hours near the Visakha Dairy.

Several people were injured due to lathi charge and clashes. The TDP and the Congress leaders, including an MP and a few MLAs staged dharnas leading to disruption of traffic on the highway.

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Volunteers and students join hands to clean Visakha Beach
Visakhapatnam, September 17, 2004

A number of students, volunteers from the Navy, Coast Guard and NCC cadets participated in the beach clean up at the Ramakrishna Beach on Friday. This was organized to marking up of the International Coastal Clean-up day, by the Coast Guard District 6.

Inaugurating the campaign, the Chief of Staff of the Eastern Naval Command, RP Suthan said the clean up was taken up annually after an NGO started in the year 1998. The objective was to clear beaches of garbage and provides better quality life to beach goers.

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Fast against graft attracts many
Visakhapatnam, September 17, 2004

The indefinite fast by a housewife N.Madhumathi Devi demanding that the Government eliminate corruption is receiving excellent response and support from the common public.

She entered into the 3rd day, representatives of the district committee of the All-India Democratic Womens Association, the Stree Vimukti Sanghatana, Stree Shakti and the AP Mahila Samakhya too went on a one day fast expressing solidarity with he on Friday.

The women association urged the public to eradicate the social evil and also requested the Government to provide protection to Madhumathi

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