Andhra Pradesh News
Endowments Commissioner P Arjun Rao, in a release on Monday, said the annual Rathotsavam of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy falls on February 23.
However, the officials told the Commissioner that all steps are being taken to prevent the recurrence of such incidents both in private temples and the temples managed by the department.
Reviewing with officials on the National Education Policy-2020 at Tadepalli on Monday, Jagan said that all BEd colleges must follow the quality standards.
The CHRI, an independent, non-governmental, non-profit organisation headquartered in New Delhi, assessed the implementation of the reform directives by the States.
In the next four years, the government plans to spend Rs 2,340 crore on drilling two lakh borewells to benefit upland farmers, who are predominantly dependent on rains.
On July 21, the number of cases reported was 4,944 and after that the daily count was above 6,000. The development is seen as a positive sign in containment of coronavirus spread in the State.
'We have taken a decision on conducting partial classes for ninth, tenth and Inter students with 50 per cent teaching staff...' Andhra Pradesh Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh said.
APPGECET-2020 is being held at 40 centres in the State and two centres in Hyderabad from September 28 to 30.
The district breached the 50,000-mark in Covid tally on Monday though it recorded the lowest number of 145 cases in over two months.
The police recovered Rs 6,000 in cash and four gold rings from the accused, identified as K Sunil Kumar (30) of Mallaiahgunta and K Bharathi (30) of Moolasthanamma Street.
The TTD chief, along with Deputy Chief Minister K Narayana Swamy, inaugurated the Rs 20.45 crore SVBC new building at Alipiri on Monday.
TDP activist arrested for alleged attack on judge's brother, Chittoor police says 'no political motive'
During interrogation, the accused - P Prathap Reddy said that he never met junior civil judge Ramakrishna and his brother Ramachandra.
Normally, around 20,000 devotees walk to Tirumala via this footpath while during summer vacation and auspicious days, the number goes up to over 40,000.
With the incidents of attacks on temples increasing, the Kurnool district police took up the case as a challenge and solved the mystery behind the ‘attack’.
The accused were identified as Thellaboina Rama Krishna (28) of Damavaripalem and Puralasetty Bhupathi (38) from 13th line, Garataiah Colony. The police also seized Rs 2,000 from their possession.