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Old February 23rd, 2007, 02:25 AM   #281
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http://markets.moneycontrol.com/indi...?autono=267502
this is inevitable. more such news could follow.
vigourous background checks are done before employment in the most developed countries.
still such incidents are not uncommon, even in the US. ppl are ppl. there is no discrimination on this.
its just natural. its an international phenomena. it could happen anywhere, any time...

may be India should start such measures (back ground cheks etc) too.
making efforts to make companies fraud free is an ongoing process.

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Old February 24th, 2007, 04:38 PM   #282
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In several companies newly hired professionals are not assigned any projects unless their background check has been cleared (accenture for eg). That is the correct thing to do.
Fake exp is becoming a menace. I have seen instances where a fresher fakes to be of 3yrs exp unaware of how much is expected of him.
People at the entry level are getting desperate to get a job.
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Old March 4th, 2007, 11:59 PM   #283
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Now, 20-Point programme to please Sonia
Jinka Nagaraju [ 5 Mar, 2007 0250hrs ISTTIMES NEWS NETWORK ]

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...Y S Rajasekhara Reddy avers that the revival of the 20-Point programme would help catapult the state to the number one position in terms of development. It may also help the CM in remaining in the good books of 10 Janpath, claim informed sources. These sources in the CMO say that Reddy is contempleting to link the performance assessment of district officials to the implementation of the 20-Point programme.

"This will help the state in regaining the lost ground in terms of development. The state had slipped to the lowest level during the TDP regime," a CMO source said.

The 20-Point programme was buried during the TDP regime and this resulted in the state slipping from number one position in 1992-93 to 14 in 2003-04, averred YSR’s advisors.

The revised 20-Point programme would come into force from April 1. According to sources in the government, the two-child norm which had become a controversial one in the past has been removed from the list and would be replaced by some other programme.

The new 20-Point programme aimed at achieving overall development of the weaker sections in the state would cover about 66 issues and would be monitored by the district officials on a regular basis. Of the 66, the officials will be monitoring 25 subjects on a monthly basis.

The sources said that 12 items, which include distribution of surplus land, drinking water supply, housing, SC and ST welfare programme implementation, would be linked to the evaluation of the performance of officials in the state districts. Though officials claimed that the overall rating of the state as a whole has improved after YSR came to power, the district-wise performance was still unsatisfactory. In 2005-06, West Godavari stood first while Kadapa was at 21...
Should Congress get another chance (of 5 year term) in AP ...
any ideas pro or against ...

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Old March 11th, 2007, 05:53 AM   #284
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Ali's rise: Petty crimes to bigger rackets
[ 10 Mar, 2007 0200hrs ISTTIMES NEWS NETWORK ]


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HYDERABAD: Syed Hassan Ali Khan, the man at the centre of IT investigation for thousands of crores of illegal transaction, has an unsavoury past. This is going by his record in Hyderabad, where he lived till the mid-nineties. He was also a suspect in a case of throwing acid on a doctor in the city and in a hawala racket case. From there he became a hawala operator and ultimately an international money laundering racketeer, people who have known him in Hyderabad told TOI. Police commissioner Balwinder Singh also revealed they were looking up the records to check his background.

When he left Hyderabad divorcing his wife, Hassan used to stay on Road No. 11 in the upmarket Banjara Hills. But he started his career from the downscale Musheerabad, claiming that he was the maternal grandson of Aziz Jung, a noble in the court of Nizam.

People who know him from the 70s said his family had fallen on bad times and he had begun giving tuitions. He fell in love with the mother of the children he was teaching at Nampally, and the woman divorced her husband to marry Khan. The woman Mahboobunnisa Begum alias Shahenshah—divorced from Khan, since Feb. 25, 1999, lives at Aashiana- e- Mahboob with her two sons on Road No. 11. Her son from Khan, Sami Khan, is said to be a model.

Like his career, Hasan changed houses as he rose. After marrying Shahenshah, he moved to Basheerbagh and from there to Shah Jehan Apartments in Khairatabad. And then to Road No. 1, Banjara Hills, from where he shifted to the bungalow where his ex-wife lives today.

Sources said that Khan was a suspect in a case of acid attack on Dr P Niranjan Rao, a paediatrician, at Punjagutta. He was also convicted in a lower court in a bank fraud case.

By the time he moved to Banjara Hills, he had started dealing in hawala with Marwari businessmen whom he is said to have cheated later. He surrendered before the court when Crime Branch got wind of the hawala racket. Always well-dressed, mostly in white, his influential connections helped him escape the police net.

In the meantime, he is said to have come in contact with a person called Tapadia who introduced him to money laundering. The route on which he is said to have operated is Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Mauritius and India. Leaving for Pune for good in the late nineties, he married horse trainer Abbas's sister...
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Hassan Ali was Nizam jewel thief
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HYDERABAD: Syed Hassan Ali Khan is turning out to be a criminal for all seasons. In the spotlight for involvement in a multi-million dollar money laundering racket, the smooth talking conman has also dealt in antiques in the past, selling fakes to gullible people.

Police sources in Hyderabad aver that he had also laid hands on some jewellery of the family of Nizams and siphoned them off.

"There is no police complaint on this because much of the Nizam's riches have gone missing over the years," sources said. The value of the jewellery he pilfered is not known and neither the parties that he sold them to.

Known to be a master forger, who was in the dock for forging signatures on cheques, Hassan faked that he had nawabi connections. This way he was able to convince buyers that his stuff was genuine and sold replicas as originals. "He used to sell marble statues from Makrana of recent origin as antiques."

But the Nizam family jewellery pilfering was a one-time operation and the fake antique business was a relatively low-fetching one. This is why the ambitious Hassan graduated to "bigger business."

His first hawala operation came unstuck. He was tasked to get back into the country monies of a deadman locked up in a Singapore bank. Though he failed he came in contact with a bigger operator called Kanti Das Tapadia.

The latter was apparently impressed by the former's skills and decided to engage him for his hawala activities. Hyderabad sources believe that Hassan still works with Tapadia who is also being investigated by crime sleuths. "But Hassan, though he has a criminal bent of mind and is a smooth-talker, is not capable enough to carry out such huge operations where Rs 35,000 crore would be involved. He is obviously working as a front man for Tapadia," a highly reliable source operating in the twilight zone where law meets the underworld told STOI...
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Old March 12th, 2007, 01:14 AM   #286
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The Hyd-Pune connection(s) !

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Hyderabad, March 11: Abed Hussain alias Ali Bhai, the State’s most wanted suspect and alleged member of Dawood Ibrahim gang, was arrested by the Intelligence Bureau and task force personnel after he was deported to Hyderabad from Dubai. Ali Bhai, 32, is involved in at least 30 incidents, a majority of them kidnapping cases in Hyderabad, Pune and Mumbai. He was arrested on arrival at the Rajiv Gandhi international airport on Saturday. Sources said he had been operating from Dubai, contacting local gangs here and in Medak over satellite phone.

Ali Bhai had reportedly organised the kidnapping Sumedha, 16, while she was on her way to school in Jubilee Hills. He demanded a ransom of Rs 5 crore. The girl was rescued on the next day. He disappeared from view after that in March 2001. The Interpol issued an alert for him on a request from the State. The ministry of external affairs made a request to the UAE government to extradite Ali Bhai. That fructified on Saturday. Ali Bhai was also involved in a plan to kidnap realtor Jagath Singh and Pragati Resorts managing director G.B.K. Rao in October 2005. Police arrested two of his associates, Mirza Asad Ali and Mohammed Naveed who revealed the plan. Earlier this year, the CID police arrested two brothers of Ali Bhai on charges of involvement in the kidnapping of two schoolchildren in the city. Mohammed Jafar Hussain, 30, was involved in the kidnapping of seven-year-old Satish Kumar of Langer Houz on February 12, 2004. Arshad Hussain, 36, was involved in the kidnapping of a Sumedha...
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Pune, March 11: Police on Saturday recorded the statement of horserace owner Hasan Ali Khan, at the centre of an alleged multi-crore money laundering racket, at his residence here. Giving the media a slip, crime branch officials went to Mr Khan’s Koregaon Park house and recorded the statement. “It was a routine inquiry undertaken by us in view of the media reports about Khan,” DCP, Crime, Anil Kumbhare told reporters.

Asked about the status and nature of the investigations, Mr Kumbhare said they had sought Mr Khan’s presence to “ascertain the facts” in the context of the publicised case. The crime branch had asked Mr Khan to appear before it by Monday for questioning on various issues, including reports that several criminal cases had been registered against him in Hyderabad in the 1990s...
the police are doing a great job.

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Old March 12th, 2007, 02:48 AM   #287
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He used city call centres as front
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HYDERABAD: The 7/11 Mumbai serial blasts did have a Hyderabad connection.

Sleuths of Mumbai’s Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) and the Cyberabad police jointly raided a flat in the Neredmet area of Secunderabad and arrested one Naveed Rashid Hussain Khan, the man who is said to have planted a “pressure cooker” bomb on one of the trains on Black Tuesday.

Twenty-six-year-old Naveed is said to be an active associate of the key accused in the serial blast, Faisal Shaikh, who is also the Mumbai ‘commander’ of Lashkar-e-Toiba. Naveed too is said to be a LeT operative. His elder brother, who works for an English daily newspaper in Mumbai, has already been arrested by the Mumbai police. With Naveed’s arrest, the worst fears of the intelligence agencies have come true - that terrorists are using software firms and call centres as a front. Naveed worked in two major companies in the city.

According to information gleaned by this website’s newspaper, the ATS team, headed by an assistant police inspector and Cyberabad police, raided a ground floor apartment in Lake Shore Towers in New Vidyanagar Colony in Neredmet on Friday night...

Naveed was the man who planted the bomb on one of the trains that went off near Khar station, killing many Mumbaikars. “Naveed had gone to Mumbai a few days before the blasts. He was there for quite some time after the blasts and then returned here. Available information indicates that he had visited Pakistan earlier,” sources in the Cyberabad police told this website’s newspaper.

Naveed was born in Kuwait and his father, Rashid Hussain Khan, works there. Rashid’s first marriage was to a Pakistani woman, an Islamic teacher in Kuwait. She died after she declined a kidney transplant on the ground that it was ‘unIslamic.’ The family then moved to Mumbai. Rashid married, for a second time, one Zareena Begum of Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh. She and her daughter live in Mumbai...

Naveed, who was working with RSR Sales, a call centre at Ameerpet, owns a Maruti Esteem car with Maharsahtra registration. He also owns an apartment on Mira Road in Mumbai.
yet another victory for police.
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Old March 14th, 2007, 02:39 AM   #288
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Andhra Bhasha Nilayam demolished

HYDERABAD: The body has crumbled but the spirit will live on. The 106-year-old dilapidated building of the hallowed institution of Sri Krishna Devaraya Andhra Bhasha Nilayam in Sultan Bazar is being demolished to pave way for a new four-storeyed building on the same premises. The Andhra Bhasha Nilayam, which celebrated its centenary in 2001 is perhaps the oldest non-Government library in the State, and had been witness to historic developments and events.

It was during the centenary celebrations, the then Telugu Desam Government announced a grant for the construction of a new building. Mr. K.V. Ramanachari, Secretary, Education, who was instrumental in getting the grant during centenary celebrations, said Andhra Basha Nilayam was set up in 1901with the initiative of educationists and philanthropists. Its present secretary M.L. Narasimha Rao had been serving the institution with the same zeal for the last 30 years and "some of us are doing our bit for the famed institution," he said.

Donations : With the completion of formalities, building plan and the Rs. 30 lakh-grant, the library committee hopes to raise the remaining amount through donations. The Rs. 60-lakh new building `Telugu Kala Nilayam' will showcase and preserve age-old Telugu literature, culture and history for posterity. The 40,000 old precious and rare titles of the library have been shifted to safe godowns and the library would temporarily function from office of Bhagyanagar Khadi Samithi, Saroornagar, said secretary Narasimha Rao.

The Andhra Bhasha Nilayam took shape those days, thanks to some spirited youngsters and emerged as the symbol of Telugu culture and self-respect in erstwhile Hyderabad State. The Bhasha Nilayam named after Sri Krishanadevaraya, functioned initially from the Ramkote residence of Jagirdar Ravichettu Ranga Rao, the founding secretary.

Tiled house : Later, with a donation of Rs. 3,000 from the wife of Ranga Rao, a small tiled house was bought in Sultan Bazar to house the Bhasha Nilayam. Madapati Hanumantha Rao, who became secretary in 1915, raised more funds for its growth.

Eminent personalities used to consider it a privilege to address the gatherings at Andhra Basha Nilayam and they included Chilakamarthi Lakshmi Narasimham, Panuganti Lakshmi Narasimha Rao, Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao, Sarojini Naidu, Tanguturi Prakasam, Jashua, Viswanadha Satyanarayana, Sri Sri, C.R.Reddy etc., and the young and the old would turn up in large numbers to hear poets, scholars, politicians speak.
A pioneering Institution which gave an identity and respect to Telugu and Telugu speaking ppl in Hyd during the times of the Nizam and the early years after Independence.
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this is inevitable. more such news could follow.
vigourous background checks are done before employment in the most developed countries.
still such incidents are not uncommon, even in the US. ppl are ppl. there is no discrimination on this.
its just natural. its an international phenomena. it could happen anywhere, any time...

may be India should start such measures (back ground cheks etc) too.
making efforts to make companies fraud free is an ongoing process.
This is the emerging trend among Indian IT companies across the nation. A lot of time and money goes into it in ensuring that the companies do not compromise on integrity when it comes to hiring talent from market. It can be a pain due to the long drawn process but it i also the need of the hour
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http://inhome.rediff.com/money/2007/mar/14cities.htm

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Living: 5 Indian cities up in global ranking
March 14, 2007 20:00 IST

Economic development and foreign investment has helped five major Indian cities -- Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata -- move up on their global rankings in terms of living standards, a latest study shows.
what does it take Hyd to qualify for this list of better living standards...
I would say,

(1) Better Public Transportation
(2) Better (Daily) drinking water supply
(3) Better (Un-interrupted) power supply
(4) Better Traffic Management and more wider roads
(5) More Satillite Townships to reduce burden on Urban Infra

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Ugadi date row: seer says it is on March 20

VISAKHAPATNAM: The controversy on when to celebrate Ugadi seems to be continuing with Sri Swaroopanandendra Saraswathi of Sri Sarada Peetham stating that the festival should be celebrated only on March 20 and not on March 19 as the day is inauspicious due to amavasya and also a solar eclipse happening on that day.

A press release issued by the Mutt said the Swami who consulted experienced and efficient pandits opposed celebrating Ugadi on March 19 as the Panchangams of TTD, Yadagirigutta, Srisailam, Vemulavada and Sringeri Asthanams have clearly specified that Ugadi falls only on March 20.

Referring to the declaration of Ugadi on March 19 by the State Government, the Swami warned that celebrations on that day could possibly lead to untoward evil incidents for the Government. He urged the Government to consult Peetathipatis before taking such a decision, and issue a statement declaring Ugadi on March 20...
Happy Ugadi in advance! (Telugu New Years Day)
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Happy Ugadi in advance! (Telugu New Years Day)



don't know about this swamy but Chinna Jeeyar has said it should be on 19th. but it might change. TTD is saying 20th.
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Naidu as rich as Jaya
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New Delhi, April 2: Most Indian political parties are led by millionaires, with at least three party presidents worth more than Rs 20 crores each. Interestingly, those from the South are richer than their counterparts from the North, or perhaps more accurate in declaring their assets. A study of the declarations filed by politicians during elections to the Lok Sabha and State Assemblies places AIADMK chief and former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa on top of the list of the richest political party heads, with her total assets valued at Rs 24 crores.

In her declaration made prior to the Tamil Nadu Assembly election, the MLA from Andipatti revealed that she had agricultural land worth Rs 4 crores at Jeedimetla village in Andhra Pradesh and three residential properties worth over Rs 7 crores in Chennai and Hyderabad. Her assets include a commercial complex worth Rs 29 lakhs in Chennai, deposits in banks, financial institutions and non-banking financial companies to the tune of Rs 2 crores, bonds of Rs 50,000, Rs 20,000 in cash and five motor cars.

She also has 50 per cent shares in Jaya Publications, worth Rs 10 crores, and half the stock of Sasi
Enterprises, worth Rs 1 crore. Her key rival in Tamil Nadu, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president and state chief minister M. Karunanidhi owns property and shares worth Rs 22 crores, according to his affidavit. The MLA from Chepauk has deposits in various banks to the tune of Rs.17.98 crores while his wife Rajathi Ammal has three holdings of land in the city, valued at Rs 3 crores. The couple owns jewellery valued at Rs 10.58 lakhs.

The Tamil Nadu chief minister also mentioned in the declaration that he holds shares valued at Rs 20.76 lakhs in Tamizhkani Publications, owned by his daughter Kanimozhi, besides shares worth Rs.5.41 lakhs in Chennai-based Royal Furniture. Former Andhra Pradesh chief minister and Telugu Desam president N. Chandrababu Naidu is next, with total assets valued at Rs 21 crores. He is the owner of a commercial building in Punjagutta worth Rs 1.5 crore, a residential house at Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad valued at Rs 1.20 crore and shares in Heritage Foods (Ind) Ltd worth over Rs 16 crores.

In contrast, Telangana Rashtra Samiti chief K. Chandrashekhar Rao, another senior leader from Andhra Pradesh, claims to be worth just Rs 86 lakhs. Congress president and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi is worth just Rs 73 lakhs. Her total assets include movable items valued at Rs 58 lakhs and immovable assets worth Rs 14.64 lakhs. She owns gold ornament worth 14.71 lakhs, but no motor car.

The assets of BJP president Rajnath Singh could not be ascertained as he had not contested the last Lok Sabha election, and is a member of the Rajya Sabha. Another prominent leader from North India, Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati, has assets totalling Rs 11.66 crores. She has Rs 9.78 crores in banks and non-banking financial institutions, besides gold ornaments worth around Rs 31 lakhs. Ms Mayawati owns no motor vehicle.

Her main rival, Samajwadi Party chief and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav, who is facing a CBI probe for allegedly possessing assets disproportionate to his known sources of income, recently declared cash and properties worth over Rs 2.25 crores in an affidavit filed with his nomination papers from the Bhartana Assembly constituency in UP. Mr Yadav mentioned in the affidavit that he had over Rs 35.50 lakhs in eight bank accounts and that he owned 14.63 acres of agricultural land worth over Rs 26.57 lakhs in his ancestral village of Saifai.

The affidavit also stated that he owned a residential plot in the posh Friends Colony area of Etawah and a bungalow at Civil Lines in Etawah worth Rs 33,59,757. RJD supremo and railway minister Lalu Prasad Yadav is worth Rs 87 lakhs. He has Rs 20 lakhs in the bank, livestock worth Rs 5 lakhs, and gold ornaments valued at Rs 3 lakhs, besides immovable assets worth Rs 57 lakhs. His rival, Lok Janshakti Party president and Union minister for chemicals and fertilisers Ram Vilas Paswan, has assets worth Rs 75 lakhs and two motor cars, besides a petrol pump in the name of his wife. Janata Dal (United) president Sharad Yadav claims to be worth Rs 77.80 lakhs.

Shiromani Akali Dal chief and Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal is worth Rs 9.20 crores. He has shares in companies worth Rs 1 crore, bonds worth Rs 1.6 crore, and non-agricultural land valued at Rs 57 lakhs, besides residential and commercial properties worth Rs 2 crores. He also possess jewellery worth Rs 38 lakhs. National Conference president and Lok Sabha MP from Srinagar Omar Abdullah is worth Rs 1.96 crore, while Trinamul Congress president Mamata Banerjee is worth just Rs 3 lakhs.

The leaders of the CPI(M) and CPI parliamentary parties, Mr Basudeb Acharia and Mr Gurudas Dasgupta, are worth Rs 14 lakhs and Rs 27 lakhs respectively. Janata Dal (Secular) president H.D. Deve Gowda, who is the Lok Sabha MP from Hassan in Karnataka, has bonds and shares in businesses valued at Rs 40 lakhs.

How They Compare

SOUTH
Jayalalithaa Rs 24cr
M. Karunanidhi Rs 22cr
Chandrababu Naidu Rs 21cr
H.D. Deve Gowda Rs 1.14cr

NORTH
Sonia Gandhi Rs 73 lakhs
Mayawati Rs 11.66cr
Lalu Yadav Rs 87 lakhs
Sharad Pawar Rs 3.26cr

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Lalu Yadav = Rs 87 lakhs.


if you told me that even while i was having a temporary mental aberration, i would laugh the hell out....who is he trying to fool????

in the south, Naidu, YSR, Jaya, and MK are all equally rich and corrupt to the core. in AP, YSR and Congress is def more corrupt than CBN/TDP.....but that still makes CBN very much corrupt.
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Miffed with CM, Rao quits IAS
Jinka Nagaraju [ 6 Apr, 2007 0230hrs ISTTIMES NEWS NETWORK ]

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HYDERABAD: Miffed over denial of chairmanship of the Krishna Godavari Gas Network Ltd (KGGNL), senior IAS officer and one-time close associate of the CM, K V Rao has put in his papers.

The high-profile principal secretary in the infrastructure and industry department is currently overseeing several important projects, including KGGNL. A 1976 batch officer, Rao earlier worked as joint secretary in the Union commerce ministry. Rao put in his papers a couple of days ago, sources said.

He is said to be joining Nagarjuna Constructions. Rao was unavailable for his comments. A post-graduate in Marine Biology from Andhra University, Rao was to retire on June 6, 2010.

Recently several AP cadre IAS official had left either to join NGOs or corporate firms. A couple of senior officers are also said to be in the queue.
the grass is always greener on the other side ...
should the CM give in to such arm twisting tactics ...
wouldn't it send a wrong messages to the rest of the folks ...
there is no dearth of talent among the younger folks though ...
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mmts runs on the less served parts of the city which doesnt form the life line of hyderabad , and thats the reason for its losses . the present planned mrts is on the life line " kukatpally, ammerpet , assembly , koti , dilsukhnagar " ..........so it is definetly gonna be profitable for both government and people.........

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HYDERABAD: The following is the list of IAS officers transferred with their new postings:

V.P. Jauhari - Special Chief Secretary (Rural Water Supply), Panchayatraj and Rural Development; M. Samuel - Principal Secretary, Revenue; A.P.V.N. Sarma - Special Chief Secretary, Social Welfare; Ajoyendra Pyal - Principal Secretary, Home; A.K. Tigidi - Principal Secretary (RIAD), General Administration Department.

M.V.P.C. Sastry, Principal Secretary, Panchayatraj and Rural Development; M. Veerabhadraiah - Managing Director - AP Warehousing Corporation; Md. Shafiquzzaman - Principal Secretary, Rain Shadow Area Development; Ranjeev R. Acharya - Commissioner, Commercial Taxes. T.S. Appa Rao - Managing Director, AP Cooperative Bank; J. Ramanand - Managing Director, Nizam Sugars Limited; S.N. Mohanty - Principal Secretary, Youth Services and Sports; B.R. Meena - Vice-Chairman and Housing Commissioner, AP Housing Board; C.V.S.K. Sarma - Chief Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad; Ajeya Kallam - Principal Secretary, Agriculture.

A. Giridhar - Managing Director, AP State Finance Corporation; Dinesh Kumar - Principal Secretary (Institutional Finance), Finance; Pushpa Subrahmanyam - Secretary (JNNURM), Municipal Administration and Urban Development; Veena Ish - Officer on Special Duty, AP Bhavan, Delhi. Busi Sam Bob, Principal Secretary, Industries; Lakshmi Parthasarathi Bhasker - Principal Secretary, Transport and Buildings; A.R. Sukumar - Commissioner, Agriculture; Poonam Malakondaiah - Secretary, Finance, S.K. Joshi - Principal Secretary, Information Technology and Communications; K. Ratna Prabha - Principal Secretary, Public Enterprises. Suresh Chanda - Secretary, Information Technology and Communications and Commissioner e-Seva; Anil C. Punetha - Commissioner, Family Welfare; C.B.S. Venkataramana - Principal Secretary, School Education; P. Krishnaiah - Secretary (Services), General Administration; Vijaya Kumar - Commissioner, AYUSH and Ex-Officio Secretary (GO 610).

D.R. Garg - Secretary (Sarva Siksha Abhiyan); K.V. Ramanachary - Executive Officer, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam; Adhar Sinha - Managing Director, AP Dairy Development Corporation; Neerabh Kumar Prasad - Commissioner, Industries; Sutirtha Bhattacharya - Secretary (Projects), Irrigation; Satish Chandra - Commissioner, Employment and Training. Sunil Sharma - Commissioner, Municipal Administration; Adityanath Das - Secretary, Irrigation; Hiralal Samariya - Commissioner, Excise and Prohibition; Karikal Valaven, Managing Director, Bewerages Corporation; K. Madhusudhan Rao - Commissioner, Horticulture; R. Subrahmanyam - Managing Director, AP State Housing Corporation; D. Murali Mohan - Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh; N. Nageswara Rao - Additional Secretary, Social Welfare.
Good. Looks like most of them got something better than what they are already doing.
Hopefully, we can expect better overall performance for the next two years.
where are the HUDA names... is there another list on cards ...

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Old April 9th, 2007, 02:38 AM   #298
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Sarasa to police: I bribed officials
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Hyderabad, April 8: Sarva Siksha Abhiyan scam mastermind Sarasa Devi has reportedly told the police that she had bribed officials for the fraud whose value could go up to Rs 40 crores. Police froze all accounts of Sarasa Devi in the city. In her confession to the Central Crime Station (CCS) police, Sarasa Devi did not name any official. “I bribed officials who helped to commit this fraud,” she reportedly told the police. Police commissioner Balwinder Singh said, “They haven’t named any person.”

Police found seven closed-circuit television cameras in Sarasa Devi’s house. “We have sealed the house and are yet to locate the central recording and monitoring unit. We are not sure whether she had used them,” said a police official. Police seized a computer from the house of Sarasa Devi and hard disk will be sent to the AP Forensic Science Laboratory for analysis. Police also seized three dairies of Sarasa Devi. “We haven’t gone through the dairies. After we take them into custody we will go through them,” said an city police official.

The investigation is focusing on the inflow and outflow of funds. Police is trying to find out how the funds transferred and who was ultimate beneficiary. Police has identified 17 accounts reportedly owned by Sarasa Devi in 11 banks. She also ran six firms including Saroos Ads, Calibre, Harsha Graphics, Sak Vedha and Bhavani Printers. Most of the firms are advertisement, communication and printing firms. CCS personnel also seized a large number of CDs, most of them containing information related to advertisements.

Sources said that IT payment documents and PAN numbers are found in her residence. “Her firms paid income-tax and we are verifying those document too,” said police sources. CCS white collar offences personnel will seek custody of Sarasa Devi and her alleged aide V. Subrahmanyam.

“We are going to file a petition seeking their custody. There are no further arrests made so far,” commissioner Singh said. Meanwhile, Anti Corruption Bureau personnel began a probe into the properties of Subrahmanyam. ACB officials are also began enquiries about the properties of several officials of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.
tip of the ice beg. some of the high profile babus are supposed to be her pals.
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Old April 12th, 2007, 10:11 AM   #299
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Gujju buys Reddy groom with visa for Rs 22 lakhs

Immigration officials at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport have busted a racket involved in arranging fake marriages to help people migrate to the United States. This new modus operandi came to light on Tuesday after the arrest of a young woman from Gujarat who struck a ‘marriage deal’ for Rs 22 lakhs with a software engineer of Hyderabad residing in Chicago. Vidhi Patel, a resident of Ahmedabad, was caught when she was trying to board a flight to the US. Her accomplice, Shashivardhan Reddy of the city, was also arrested for cheating.

Begumpet police said that Vidhi had discontinued her studies after completing BA second year and was desperately trying to go to the US. She came into contact with Vijay Bhai, who promised to arrange a visa for her by ‘marrying’ her to a US resident.
“The deal was that Vidhi’s cousin would pay Vijay Bhai Rs 22 lakhs as soon as she reached the US,” said a police officer. “Vijay Bhai contacted Vikram Reddy, who is the key person in the racket.”

To facilitate her trip, software engineer K. Hari Krishna, an employee of Dela Software Company, married her at KJR Garden on December 8. Some people attended the marriage to make it look genuine. The couple was issued a marriage certificate by the Chikkadapally sub registrar office on March 18. Vidhi applied for the certificate claiming to be M. Vineeta, a resident of AC Guards, and said her name was changed to K. Vineeta after the marriage.

A passport was issued on March 12 in the name of Vineeta and on March 28, Vidhi, accompanied by Vijay and Vikram, went to the US consulate and got a dependent visa. However, immigration officials grew suspicious since she could not speak Telugu. When questioned, she confessed about the marriage deal. Vikram and Vijay Bhai are absconding and city police have decided to contact Interpol to trace Hari Krishna.

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Old April 22nd, 2007, 09:40 PM   #300
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Gujjus are welknown for their enterprenuership.
Andhraites try and help out, if they can.
Its all bout money.
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