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  1. Share this Video on AP

    Need this video in WhatsApp. Somebody help pls.
  2. Made in Andhra

    India is now world's second largest mobile phone producer: ICA India is now the second largest mobile phone producer in the world after China, as per information shared by Indian Cellular Association with Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha and IT Minister Ravi ShankarPrasad."We are happy to inform you that with the strenuous and calibrated efforts of government of India, ICA and FTTF, India has now emerged as the second largest producer of mobile handset by volume," ICA National President Pankaj Mohindroo said in a letter to both the union ministers on March 28.ICA referred to data available from market research firm IHS, China's National Bureau of Statistics and Vietnam General Statistics Office.
  3. Is the report officially out yet? Or bjp mind game.
  4. The past governor of Reserve Bank Raghuram Rajan, captains of corporate India and some eminent academics have teamed up to transform the undergraduate education by announcing setting up of Krea University at Sri City in Andhra Pradesh. R Seshasayee, chairman of IndusInd Bank and the chairman of the supervisory board of the university said the proposed liberal arts university will attract an initial investment of Rs 750 crore in the first phase. “There is a clarity on 70-80 per cent of the Rs 750-crore investment needed. The corporates are doing it as part of their philanthropy activities,” he said. The first batch will commence in July 2019, admissions for which will start this November. The fees will be Rs 7-8 lakh inclusive of hostel facilities. The university will initially will run courses from the IFMR campus in Sri Coty, and eventually shift to its own 200-acre campus which will be ready by 2020. It will offer a four-year residential undergraduate programme in liberal arts and sciences leading to BA (Honors) and BSc (Honours) degrees, for which the permissions from UGC has been sought, according to Seshasayee. “The university will weave arts and sciences, creativity and action, eastern and western perspectives. We will create an endowment which will help poor students get admissions,” he said. “Admissions will be purely on merit and the score in plus-two will not be the only determinant for it,” he added. Rajan, who is an advisor to the university’s governing council said, “What we’re trying to do is to create a new generation of thinking Indians who will contribute to the development of the globe.” “We intend to bring something to the table that simply doesn’t exist in our country today, but is very much warranted for our future,” he added. Sajjan Jindal of the JSW Group, another governing council member expressed the hope that the university will bring great global and Indian minds together to create an institution of global prominence. Anand Mahindra, another member of the governing council, said the fact that so many like-minded and eminent personalities have enthusiastically come together is ample proof of how much the new paradigm is the need of this day. While former banker N Vaghul is the chairman of the governing council, noted academic Sunder Ramaswamy has been named the vice-chancellor.
  5. No news in telugu media regarding This?
  6. Masood Committee Report on Polavaram

    Don't trust baffas. Wait for official report.
  7. CBN pressmeet

    Press meet moved to 1930 hrs
  8. :pray:

    Your prayers have been answered in tripura and nagaland. Meghalaya u May have to wait a little bit.
  9. Poll on Modi

    When CBN thinks otherwise I will do the same.
  10. Poll on Modi

    Up to this point in time CBN thinks it's wise to sail with modi. Me too in the same boat. So u think u are saner than CBN?
  11. Poll on Modi

    Saner minds perhaps.
  12. PK met KCR and praised 24hr

    Telangana government finds farmers wasting power, may review scheme Barely a week after providing free 24x7 electricity to the agriculture sector in Telangana state, the government will be reviewing the scheme as there are serious concerns about depleting groundwater levels and waste of power. Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will hold a meeting with elected representatives of all districts at Pragathi Bhavan after Sankranti to take feedback on pros and cons of round-the-clock free power to agriculture. Monday, Jan 08, 2018 | Last Update : 01:00 PM IST NATION, CURRENT AFFAIRS Telangana government finds farmers wasting power, may review scheme DECCAN CHRONICLE. | L. VENKAT RAM REDDY PublishedJan 8, 2018, 12:56 am IST UpdatedJan 8, 2018, 1:01 am IST Ministers and TRS MLAs are seeking feedback from farmers in the districts. An analysis of the implementation of 24x7 power scheme over the past one week revealed that there has been an increase in power usage of 30 million units. Hyderabad: Barely a week after providing free 24x7 electricity to the agriculture sector in Telangana state, the government will be reviewing the scheme as there are serious concerns about depleting groundwater levels and waste of power. Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will hold a meeting with elected representatives of all districts at Pragathi Bhavan after Sankranti to take feedback on pros and cons of round-the-clock free power to agriculture. Several village panchayats and farmers associations in the districts have started passing resolutions — as for example in Karimnagar, Sircilla, Nalgonda and Yadadri districts — seeking cancellation of 24x7 power because they fear that ground water levels will fall as agriculture pumps continuously draw water. They are demanding that the government continue with either supplying power for nine hours during the day or for 12 hours in two shifts, in the morning and evening. Ministers and TRS MLAs are seeking feedback from farmers in the districts. Official sources said that an analysis of the implementation of 24x7 power over the past one week revealed that there has been an increase in power usage of 30 million units. “This is because the farmers have not removed the auto-starters on their pumps as instructed by the government. The special drive by the electricity department to remove auto starters is yet to take off in a majority of the villages due to non-cooperation by farmers,” the source added.
  13. Agriculture

    pls translate to english.
  14. pulichintala project

    now NS filling up and water release to pulichintala seems difficult. NS might endup at 270~280 tmc for the season.
  15. pattiseema

    krishna delta will reach 100 tmc next tuesday. when was the last time this was achieved?
  16. Nagarjuna Sagar

    no updates on dashboard after 10 pm. starts again at 6 am.
  17. Nagarjuna Sagar

    correct
  18. Nagarjuna Sagar

    maybe to confuse KRMB
  19. Nagarjuna Sagar

  20. ***Monsoon Updates***

    with widespread rain predicted for TG and rayalaseema today 225 tmc is also possible in a week.
  21. ***Monsoon Updates***

    chances bright for NS to cross 200 tmc.
  22. ***Monsoon Updates***

    moderate rains in MH krishna and bhima catchment areas yesterday.
  23. ***Monsoon Updates***

    so much rain in HYD only 2.5 tmc came to pulichintala. how? why?
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