Sriman Jagannadhacharyulu, chief priest, Lord Jagannath temple, offered special rituals to deities before they were placed in the chariot. Thousands of devotees participated in the procession. The idols will be placed for the next ten days at the Turner's Choultry for special incarnation festival.
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During the festival special rituals would be offered to the lord. The return rath yatra will be held on July 1, and anna prasadam will be distributed to large number of devotees on July 2. During the festival, recitation of Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam, tunes of Annamacharya, recitation of Bhagavat Gita will be presented by local devotees, he added.
Suresh, temple authority also present at the conference. He visited the Jawaharlal Nehru Pharma City here on Thursday, he alleged that the State government and Ramky management were giving permissions to most dangerous and highly pollution-prone industries at the cost of public health. Drinking water sources in Tadi and Tanam villages were polluted and women and children are suffering from various diseases with the bad odour around Pharma City. He mentioned that Mr. Khanna Nagaraju, son of Mr.
Khanna Lakshminarayana, State Minister is the managing director of the firm. He said though the government has acquired 2,14, acres from farmers for Pharma City, it has failed to resolve the problems of the displaced persons. The government is not at all responding to the pleas of Tadi and Tanam villagers to shift them to safer places, he added. The city being already saturated with pollution causing industries, the more such ones will only add to the pollution, the CPM leader deplored. Ramesh, member CPM district committee and other members also joined Mr.
Narasinga Rao on the occasion. The eight member team discussed on various issues regarding the release of funds allotted to various SC, ST communities by the Government of India. Rajanarasimha promised the gathering that the committee will look to submit a detailed report on this issue to the State Government before August He invited the local associations to convey their opinions and issues unsolved so far to the notice of the Sub Plan Committee.
About people from various associations have attended the workshop and conveyed their opinion. Meanwhile some associations have demanded the Deputy CM to release a statement on incident that took place in Lakshmipeta Srikakulam district. He promised the activists for justice, before the protesters dragged by the security out of the venue. The protesters demanded suspension of PCC chief Mr. Botsa Satyanarayana and his wife Ms.
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They alleged that the government has failed to take any action against the persons responsible for the attack on SCs in Lakshmipet of Srikakulam even ten days after the incident in which five dalits died. Geetha Reddy, Mr. Pitani Chandrasekhar, Mr. Murali Mohan, Mr. Dokka Manikya Vara Prasad, Mr. Balaraju, Mr. Dronamraju Srinivas, Mr.
USR Kannabu, Ms. Mutyala Papa, Mr. Ramesh, and others Government officials were present. The next session of the workshop will be on Friday at Paderu. Later the Mr. Rajanarasimha distributed cheques to the Self Help Groups, and visited the stalls installed by various Government departments at the venue. Sitalakshmi, its state president at a press release. She mentioned that, for the first time convocation is organising outside Hyderabad and about delegates will participate in it.
This trust is established to create awareness on Hindi language among the public in non Hindi speaking States, she said. Nadoja Dr. Hanumanthappa, former MP and other noted personalities will attend the function. Visakha Manyulu in three languages. Visakha Manyulu, a book comprises life style of artists associated with Visakhapatnam will be release on June 23, announced Mr.
It comprises the life style of artists lived to in Visakhapatnam. Himself prepared in Telugu version, Mr. Rajeswara Rao mentioned. The Modu Guru Murty memorial awards will be given to artists on the occasion. IMA called for strike on Jun Speaking to newsmen on Thursday at the VJF Press Club, he said that these policies are detrimental to the medical profession and education.
He further said that, the implementation of this act will lead to license and inspector raj, harsh penalties on Medicos, closure of single doctor clinics and small medical establishment. The CEA is a good step to standardise the quality of healthcare facilities in the country, but unfortunately appears to have been made by people who have no idea about grassroot level issues.
He pointed out the failures of the State Government at the remote locations, where no facilities like, medicine, testing equipment, ambulance, other transport is available. The doctor can check the patient and people blame the doctor if a patient dies with lack of facilities, he added.
The IMA questioned the three and half years course BHRC introduced by the Central Government is introducing a through which the candidates serve the health centres in the remote areas. If a person studied MBBS for five and half years, followed specialisation courses for another four years. Rao asked the Government. During the strike, no regular services are available except emergency, he added. Rajeswar Rao, President A.
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Nursing Home Association, Dr. Ramani Secretary, IMA, participated in the press meet. The All India Students Federation AISF has given a call for bandh protesting against delay in supply of textbooks and exorbitant fees charged by private schools on Wednesday. Speaking at the gathering Mr. Most of the schools in the State does not have even drinking water facility, toilets and furniture at all.
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The number of books distributed to the students of Government schools are very less compared to the actual requirement. As per the guidelines, 25 percent of the total seats have to provide free to the below poverty line, he mentioned. The students of Visakha Women's College also participated in the protest. In support of the demand of the AISF, some of the schools in the city remained closed voluntarily.
In addition, Chief of the Naval Staff also presented Citations to four ships in recognition of their contribution towards operational effectiveness. Three ships and a submarine also received Unit Citations. Apart from the relatives of the award winners, the Ceremonial parade was also attended by Flag Officers, Commanding Officers of various ships and establishments and a large number of service and civilian personnel and their families.
Speaking to newsmen on Tuesday late evening, he agreed to safety audit by third party, to regain the confidence on employees, some more safety activities would be taken into consideration. After returning from US on Monday, he inspected the factory where the accident took place and attended the board meeting of RINL, followed by discussions with the Unions in the plant. Choudhary urged the RINL Collective not to loose confidence and work hard for completing the ongoing expansion work as per schedule.
He said the monetary compensation would be handed over to the family members of deceased employees. The families will be continued in the same quarters, and the industry will take care of the education of the children, he mentioned.
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Mecon Organisation a Russian Industry will act as consultant for the expansion works. A high level committee headed by Mr. The Congress cadre in the city celebrated the birth anniversary of Mr.
Party activists distributed the fruits, milk, bread at the hospitals, orphanage centres, oldage homes on the occasion. Malla Vijay Prasad, MLA- Visakhapatnam - West planted saplings at the Andhra University along with student wing of the party NSUI National Students Union of India , followed by distribution of fruits to the inmates of Prema Samajam, he called upon the Youth Congress activists and leaders to strengthen the hands of Mr Rahul Gandhi for the general elections by taking all government welfare schemes to the people. Mutyalapapa, MLA- Narsipatnam and others participated.
The Transport authorities conducted raids on all the private transport travel agencies statewide on Monday. According to the sources, most travel operators were found to be running buses without travel licenses and those who have permit did not renew the license. There are many small travel operators owning two or three buses on a single registration number and documents were seized from most of the offices.
It was considered to be a knee-jerk reaction to the accident that took place near Sholapur Saturday. Raids on private transport operations in Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Tirupati and Hyderabad conducted simultaneously. Physically challenged people stage dharna. A large number of physically challenged persons staged dharna at the Collectorate against Government's apathy in implementing minimal facilities like medicare, education, housing, employment etc. Addressing the gathering Mr. Ramana, joint secretary of Network of Disable Persons Organisation, alleged that neither national-level nor State-level commissions were set up to protect the rights of disabled persons.
He futher demanded to bring Sub-Plan Act to the disabled too on par with SCs and STs, pay monthly pensions with arrears, spend three per cent from the funds of all government departments, initiate steps against fake pensioners and fake certificates and provide free transport facility to the disabled to travel across the State.
Later, the protestors submitted a representation at the Collectorate. Damodar Raja Narasimha, Deputy Chief Minister will visit Vizag on June 21 to conduct a meeting to get feedback from stakeholders and beneficiaries, said Mr. Giraja Shankar, Joint Collector.
Speaking to the heads of various departments in Collector's conference hall on Monday, he said, the committee will conduct the session at Convocation Hall, Andhra University on June 21 from 11 am onwards. Committee will identify education, drinking water supply and infrastructure facilities as priority areas while releasing funds for these sections at the specified percentages. The Committee comprises of Mr. Anam Ramanarayan Reddy, Mr.