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  1. 2010 lo Dad work chese school (govt) lo start chesaru Daddy konta amount contribute chesaru and with the help of villages migata amount collect chesi oka projector konnaru vallaki already government nunchi mottam content supply chesaru regarding teahing material which was supposed to be shown on a computer around 14" monitor. Projector tisukondi inka bavuntadi ani suggest cheste tisukunnaru naku telisi Krishna Dist lo it was one of the few Govt schools to have a digital class romm.
  2. Andhra Pradesh may get Hyundai arm Kia's plant NEW DELHI: Hyundai sibling Kia Motors has finalized its India entry plans and may set foot in Andhra Pradesh for its maiden factory. The company, led by former Hyundai India boss H W Park, is close to announcing its strategy and may pump in investments of around Rs 5,000 crore with an initial capacity to produce 3 lakh cars annually, sources said. The sources told TOI that a high-level team from the Korean company has been camping in India for the last many months, and Andhra Pradesh leads a list of states which the company has shortlisted for potential investments. Other states in fray are Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. "A formal announcement could be made in the next couple of weeks. Kia officials are working on last-minute details, and looking at potential investment benefits offered by the state governments, before they make an announcement," a top source said. "Andhra Pradesh is surely the front-runner." Park, who has a close understanding of the Indian market due to his stint in the country, is keen to set up operations fast as he sees India as the next engine for growth for the auto market, notwithstanding the current slowdown. "The plant location at Andhra Pradesh is being seen as strategic as it is within 80 km of Hyundai's Sriperumbudur plant (near Chennai) in Tamil Nadu. Suppliers will be close, and also the port connectivity will not be far," a source said. Sources said Kia's facility may also be used to produce cars for Hyundai's line-up, though there will not be any sharing on the retail front. "Kia will like to position its front-end operations as an independent entity, rather than looking at piggybacking on Hyundai. This has been the philosophy for the company across markets and India will be no different," a source said. Kia's best-selling model (4.66 lakh units in 2015) in overseas markets was the B-segment Rio (known as 'K2' in China). The Sportage compact SUV was the second best seller with 3.99 lakh units sold, while C-segment Cerato (known as 'Forte' or 'K3' in some markets), Optima (D-segment sedan) and Soul urban crossover followed with sales of 3.57 lakh, 3.08 lakh and 2.03 lakh units respectively. It has already started the process of identifying possible models and key suppliers. Kia sold a little over 3 million vehicles last year.
  3. Last week hyderabad to Vijayawada travel chesa Amaravathi lo. Ticket price 680 but bus and service ite super ga undi.
  4. "Fear of Failure is the Father of Failure"

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