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Old April 23rd, 2012, 04:40 PM   #1
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Kadapa District - Projects & Development Updates

Kadapa, formerly Cuddapah, is a city (municipal corporation) in Rayalseema, a region of the south-central part of Andhra Pradesh, India. The city's name originated from the Telugu word "Gadapa" meaning threshold or gate. It was spelled "Cuddapah" but was changed to "Kadapa" on 19 August 2010 to reflect the local pronunciation of the name.



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Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) chairman Srikumar Banerjee said that the most valuable uranium ore in the country was in M. Tummalapalle in Kadapa district.

He formally launched an uranium ore mine and processing plant at M. Tummalapalle in Vemula mandal of Kadapa district on Friday.

Speaking to mediapersons on the occasion, he said that they had detected valuable uranium ore in the area in 2004, and the then chief minister Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy had launched the project on November 20, 2007.

He said that construction works of the uranium ore mine and processing plant were started at a cost of Rs 1,106.4 crore.

The Tummapalle mine, said to be the most modern underground mine in the country, deploys load haul dump units, low profile dump trucks and the ore will be transported outside by conveyor belts.

A processing plant has been constructed next to the mine which will use alkali pressure leaching process to produce sodium di-uranate from the ore.

The plant has a high level of automation which will enable precise control of process parameters, ensuring high degrees of efficiency, besides highest levels of safety and environment protection in the project, the AEC chairman said.

He said that previously the country used to import uranium ore and added that now the country had enough ore to export.

Mr Srikumar Banerjee said that necessary uranium for the country could be produced if locals extend cooperation.

The Tummalapalle project, owned by the Uranium Corporation of India Ltd (UCIL), in which Rs 1,900 crore is being invested in two phases, will produce 3,000 tonnes of ore daily in the first phase and go up gradually, while the second phase will produce 1,500 tonnes per day.

Mr Srikumar Banerjee said that so far, over six lakh tonnes of uranium ore was stored. He said that first uranium project in the country was in Jaduguda in Jharkhand and the second was the M.

Tummalapalle plant. UCIL chairman and managing director Diwakar Acharya, Jammalamadugu RDO Venkataramana Reddy and others were present.
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Tallapaka, the birth place of saint composer Annamayya will be developed into a centre for spiritual tourism, said Tirum-ala Tirupati Devasthan-ams (TTD) executive officer Mr L.V. Subraman-yam. The TTD executive officer was here on Sunday to participate in the Annamayya’s 604th Jayanti celebrations.

Speaking to reporters on the occasion, Mr Subramanyam said that an audio lab would be established at Tallapaka to make all writings of the Annamayya available to the common man. Devotees can enjoy the music and writings of Annamayya by selecting their choice at the audio lab. He said that a replica of Annamayya’s house with the atmosphere prevailing during the 15th century would be set up and a museum established at Tallapaka soon.

He said that measures are being taken to set up a special route so that devotees, after darshan of Lord Venkateswara can reach Tallapaka directly, and vehicles would be introduced for this purpose.

Mr Subramanyam said that the TTD would take up several developmental and welfare programmes in the village in addition to establishing additional rooms for the school being run by the TTD in the village.

Mr Subramanyam said that special rooms would be established and all facilities would be extended to artistes who come to participate in the birth and death anniversaries of Annamayya in Tallapaka.

Nayee brahmins working at the meditation centre complained about non-release of their salaries for the last six months. Responding to this, the executive officer assured them that measures would be taken to release their salaries immediately.

The TTD project director, Medasani Mohan, the Hindu Dharma Prachara Parishad secretary Kasir-eddy Venkat Reddy and village elders participated.
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It has become difficult for forest officials to store confiscated red sanders.

The government is in a bind as it can neither stop red sanders smuggling nor auction the seized red sanders.

The government is unable to dispose off the thousands of tonnes of red sanders wood seized by the forest wing, due to the norms laid down by the Centre.

It is learnt that around 5,000 tonnes of red sanders has piled up in godowns and open places of forest offices in Kadapa district.

Sources said that the piled up stocks are close to 10,000 tonnes. If sold at international prices, the stock would fetch the government a whopping Rs.12,000 crore. However, it may not fetch more than Rs.300 crore in the local market. A large chunk of the stock left in open places is getting damaged by exposure to nature.

To dispose off the stocks, the government had called for global tenders in 2002 and 2008. But it did not materialise as norms framed by the Centre didn't permit the government to export the wood, though there was a good response.

In this backdrop, the state government is negotiating with the Centre for the disposal of the red sanders.
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The AP High Court on Monday issued notices to the state government on a plea by Brahmani Steels Ltd, owned by mining baron Gali Janardhan Reddy. BSL challenged the government's decision to cancel the memorandum of understanding entered with it to establish an integrated steel plant at Jammalamadugu in Kadapa district. The company, owned by Mr Janardhan Reddy, prime accused in the illegal mining case, entered an MoU with the state government to establish a steel plant in Kadapa district during YSR rule.

The state government issued a GO on May 31, 2012, terminating the MoU and withdrawing the benefits, including water supply to the plant. While dealing with the plea, Justice K. C. Bhanu granted two weeks' time to the government to file its counter affidavit.

Srilakshmi bail plea dismissed
The AP High Court on Monday dismissed the bail petition of IAS officer Y. Srilakshmi, accused in the Obulapuram mining case. The court observed that sanction for prosecution under the PCA against her was still awaited. Dismissing the bail plea, Justice Samudrala Govindarajulu said though investigation has been completed against the accused in offences under IPC, the prosecution is yet to get sanction to try the accused under the PCA.

“Keeping in view the gravity of the stage of the case, I don't find any valid grounds to grant bail,” the judge said.

Jr Docs move HC on service terms
A Division Bench comprising Justice V. Eswar-aiah and Justice Noushad Ali of the AP High Court on Monday admitted a petition by the Junior Doctors’ JAC challenging the government's decision to impose a condition on medical students to serve for one year in rural/tribal areas after completion of their medical course.

While dealing with the petition, the court issued notices to the Medical Council of India, NTR University of Health Sciences, principal secretary to medical and health and other authorities. The state government issued a notification on June 15, 2012 declaring that it was mandatory for all post-graduate doctors (non-service) who completed their degree/diploma courses on or before June 15, 2012 to offer their service for a period of one year as part of the government's Tribal Rural Rejuvenation Implement-ation Project programme.

The petitioners contended that the government “cannot impose a pre-condition of compulsory ser-vice for award of medical degrees and for permanent registration with the state medical council.” The court granted two weeks’ time to the respondents to file their counter affidavits on the plea.

Excavation at fort: report sought
A Division Bench comprising of acting Chief Justice P.C. Ghose and Justice Vilas V. Afuzulpurkar on Monday directed the city police commissioner to file a report within three weeks on alleged excavation of a channel by unauthorisied persons in Nayaqila area of the Golconda fort. The Bench took on record the report filed by the GHMC commissioner while dealing with a plea by one Jasween Jairath alleging that the excavation work was going on near protected monuments (Golconda fort) without permission by the ASI.

HMR told to sort out objections
The High Court on Monday told the Hyderbad Metro Rail and municipal administration authorities to sort out the problems raised by the Heritage Conservation Committee regarding the implementation of the metro rail project, through negotiations. The court was disposing off a plea by former IAS officer V. K. Bawa challenging the inaction of the authorities in not taking any care to protect important heritage structures in the city.
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The TD squarely blamed government for auctioning sand reaches in the Pennar river for huge sums, stressing that the cost of sand has gone beyond the reach of the common man because of this. TD district unit president and former minister Somireddy Chandra-mohan Reddy alleged that the entire construction industry, especially construction workers, plumbers and electricians, stand to suffer because of the impact of sand cost.

Speaking to media persons at the NTR Bhavan here on Monday, he questioned the rationale behind looking at sand as a resource to generate revenue, ignoring the interests of people. He said that a tractor load of sand will cost between Rs.4,000 and Rs.5,000 now, depending on bidding as against Rs.700 in the past because of thoughtless auctioning.

He found fault with government for fixing sand price at Rs.211 per cubic meter as against Rs.40 last year. He said that in their bid to reap benefits, sand miners had vied with each other and quoted exorbitant rates to bag the contracts. He said that the jacking up of the price was not justified referring to Rs.100 per tonne being paid to government as royalty on iron ore, though this is being exported at Rs.4,000 per tonne.

Similarly, royalty is around Rs.1,700 to Rs.2,500 per cubic meter of granite, which is being sold anywhere between Rs.35,000 to Rs.70,000 per cubic meter in the international market, he added, pointing to the disparity between other natural resources and sand. Mr Reddy alleged that the successful bidders were planning to export sand to neighbouring states for quick returns on their investment.

“They are going to supply sand at Rs.30,000 to Rs.40,000 per lorry load to Tamil Nadu and at Rs.50,000 to Rs.70,000 to Kerala for quick gains, taking advantage of the demand for Nellore sand in these states,” he alleged.
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As many as 11 people died of seasonal diseases in the Agency areas in Warangal district in the last one month.
The deaths occurred due to absence of medical staff in the primary health centres. Many of them were found to be living away from the workplace. In Mulug division, there are 13 scheduled area mandals with 17 PHCs in them. Five mobile clinics were also sanctioned to the division. However, vehicles were not provided to the five clinics and so the staff remained in Eturunagaram mandal headquarters.
Early response teams were constituted to identify and treat people at village-level. Similarly, rapid response teams were formed in PHC-level. If both teams work in coordination, people in villages will not have many health problems. But in reality, it is not so.
On August 5, 29-year-old Satish, a driver belonging to Bestagudem in Mangapet mandal, died. He had been suffering from illness for the last 20 days. Members of the early response team knew about Satish’s illness but did not inform it to their higher officials. The fact came to light during enquiry after Satish’s death. It was also found that doctor at Chunchupalli PHC, nearest to Bestagudem village, was not available at the hospital.
The deputy DM&HO, specially recruited for the scheduled areas, inquired into the death and submitted a report to the ITDA project officer Sarfaraz Ahmed. A week ago, A Sammaiah (45), belonging to Sarvai in Eturunagaram mandal, died of viral fever. Sammaiah, it is learnt, suffered from high fever and diarrhoea but could not approach the hospital as the canal between Sarvai and Buttaigudem villages was overflowing.
On August 11, Swapna (14) of Muppanapalli and k Sammaiah (45) of Buttaigudem village died. There has been no improvement in the services in Agency areas even though higher officials in the health department conducted sudden inspections.
Last month, IT minister Ponnala Lakshmaiah and Mulug MLA Dhanasari Anasurya made a sudden inspection of PHCs and even warned the doctors of action if they neglected duties.
Few days ago, DM&HO Dr Sambasiva Rao made a night stay in the PHC at Medaram in Tadwai mandal. Four days back, he made a surprise visit to another PHC in the mandal but with information about his visit getting leaked, all the staff were present at the hospital.
Typhoid cases were also registered in the scheduled areas. Over 39 cases were identified positive for malaria in the scheduled areas.
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Kadapa: District Collector Anil Kumar held a review meeting with officials on Tuesday at Lingala Mandal. He told the officials to redress the problems of rural people on a priority basis.

Speaking at the meeting, the Collector suggestedto the officials to take preventive steps to avoid water contamination, to create awareness in rural people on sanitation and motivate them to keep their surroundings clean. Kumar directed the health officials to be vigilant in duty to prevent the spread of contagious diseases. He said that penal action will be initiated for negligence in duties.

He said that crop prospects were not bright due to prevailing drought conditions and advised agricultural officials to prepare a contingency plan and to make available seeds and fertilizers to farmers. He advised the officials to identify the villages prone to shortage of drinking water. Deputy CEO Sudhakar and officals participated in the meeting.
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Mydukur (Kadapa): Minister for Health DL Ravindra Reddy inaugurated a ‘Mee Seva’ centre at GV Satram village in Mydukur mandal on Tuesday. Addressing the media men, he said that welfare schemes formulated by any political leader or officer would be beneficial to people.

He said that political leaders dole out several welfare schemes to bag votes without considering the feasibilities to implement them. The Minister said that he would not rely on computer as he was interested in human brain. Later, he inaugurated additional classrooms in government school at Somireddypalli village in Bramhamgarimatam mandal.

He interacted with the villagers to know their local problems. Farmers said that electricity employees are demanding money to supply power. Ravindra Reddy assured that he would take immediate action on the employees. He added that he would stage dharna if officials did not show the lands, which were allocated for farmers in the past.
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Kadapa: Minister for Minorities Welfare Mohammad Ahmedullah said that government would not let the land sharks go scot-free if they grabbed Waqf board lands. Addressing the media persons here on Thursday, he said that government has appointed special officers to identify encroached Waqf lands.

He added that rents of Waqf properties would be revised after finding the tenants who are paying nominal rental fees. The Minister said that the special officers would recover Waqf lands from the encroachers in Kadapa district.

Ahmedullah said that government would organise en masse marriage ceremony for poor Muslims on November 17. He said that government would hand over Rs 25,000 to each newly wedded couple.
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Kadapa: Gaddelarevulapalle village in Obulavaripalle mandal of Kadapa district, which was deprived of electricity due to frequent power cuts, has found a solution with the installation of solar and wind energy plants.

It may be recalled that the village, which is situated 100 kms from Chitveli and Kodur with lush green fields and hillocks, was like any other remote village in the State that was dependent on electricity.
Ironically, the villagers used to consume power that was being supplied to the agriculture, while 20 families were dependent upon kerosene lamps to illuminate their houses. However, Nagendraraju, a youth from the village, witnessed the use of solar and wind energy in Singapore, and decided to replicate that system in his native village.

He installed solar and wind energy plants in a phased manner and solved the electricity problem permanently in the village.
And now, fans, lights, televisions and mixies in the houses in the villages are being run with solar and wind energies. Similarly, street lights and lights in the schools were being illuminated with solar energy.

“Five years ago we were dependent on kerosene lamps, but now the village was illuminated with solar lights,” the jubilant villagers said in unison.
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The public sector Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL) has commissioned the final product packaging plant in its Tumallapalle Mine and processing plant in Cuddapah district of Andhra Pradesh -- one of UCIL's biggest projects.

"We have achieved a milestone by launching the first unit in Andhra Pradesh and put it on trial run since Wednesday last", said UCIL Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Diwakar Acharya.

Addressing a press conference at Narwapahar project premises, about 20 kms from here today, Acharya expressed satisfaction over the progress of Tumallapalle project, which wil be the largest plant of UCIL with a capacity of 3000 tonne ore production as well as processing per day.

The work was going on in full swing and the plant was expected to operate full-fledged soon, he said adding that UCIL has invested around Rs.1100 crores in the project, which was the first unit of the PSU beyond Jharkhand.
Having a vast reserve of uranium ore, Tumallapalle has enough scope for further expansion and would be one of the largest units of the UCIL in the country, he said.

After the commissioning of the project, he said UCIL has plans to expand it in the vicinity and extract additional 1500 tone ore per day.

"We will be investing another over Rs.800 crore for the expansion," he said adding that UCIL has plans to take up another expansion in Kanampalle, which was close to the Tumallapalle Mine in the same district during 2012-17 five-year plan.
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Uranium Corporation of India Ltd (UCIL), has decided to start the largest domestic uranium mine and processing plant in Kanampalle in Andhra Pradesh with an initial estimated capacity of 6000 tonnes per day, UCIL chairman cum managing director Diwakar Acharya said on Friday.

Addressing a press meet at Narwapahar, around 25 km from here, Acharya said that the Kanampalle project would be completed within the current five year plan (2012-17).

“Potentiality of the area is huge and it will be one of the leading reserves. Huge deposits of natural uranium, which promise to be one of the top 20 of the world's reserves, have been found in the belt in the southern part of the Kadapa basin in Andhra Pradesh,” he noted. The uranium resources found so far can sustain a generation of nuclear power.

The Kanampalle is closer to Tumallapalle where the largest Uranium ore deposit in the country had been explored and a 3000 tonnes per day mine was inaugurated last year while a processing plant with an equal capacity was in the last stages of commissioning.

“The nuclear energy programme of the country can be definitely tailored as per the availability of resources we are confident that sizeable resources can be added from this area,” said the managing director. Acharya said the total uranium ore production currently was around 7000 TDP of which 5500 TDP was from the seven mines of Jharkhand and 1500 TDP from Tumallapalle.

Acharya said the profit of the public sector company was showing a diminishing trend (Rs. 101 crore in 2010-11, Rs 65 cr. in 2011-12 and a further decline was expected in the current fiscal) owing to the expenses incurred due to the commissioning of new projects. Officials of UCIL informed that India will have a comfortable position in its indigenous uranium resources in the coming decade as it has established an additional 15,000 tonnes of uranium resources in Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan and Meghalaya.

To a query he said, ‘In Jharkhand, where 7 of the total 8 existing mines of UCIL are located, people don’t oppose the public sector company due to displacement issue but they demand jobs. We are working on to train the people to get them involved in our process.

At present, UCIL has major uranium mines in Jharkhand. The discovery of mine in Andhra Pradesh will reduce India's dependency on foreign countries.
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Kadapa: Collector Kona Sasidhar directed the officials to prepare a master plan to give a facelift to Ameen Peer Dargah, which is visited by scores of celebrities of national repute. Similarly, he told them to beautify the other pilgrim centres that are situated in Kadapa district.

The Collector further directed the officials to take measures to dismantle the buildings that were constructed on both ends of the Buggavanka Canal Bridge in Kadapa.

He convened a review meeting with the officials of Buggvanka engineering, revenue, municipal officials here on Sunday at the Collectorate camp office.

He reviewed the beautification of Buggavanka canal and land acquisition and questioned the officials whether they issued draft notification to demolish 72 constructions. Responding to this, RDO Veerabrahmam said that notification was issued and officials concerned were told to dismantle the houses that are situated on both the sides of the bridge.

Meanwhile, the officials clarified that they are supposed to complete four kms of the protection wall on the both sides of Buggavanka canal, but 3.5 km was completed, as existing constructions have been causing hurdles for the completion of the remaining wall.

In turn, the Collector directed the officials to show alternative place to the 120 displaced persons, and to complete the construction of the remaining wall within two weeks.

Buggavanka engineers Sudhakar Reddy, Ramakrishna and Municipal Commissioner John Samson were present.

Collector Kona Sasidhar visited Ameen Peer Dargah (Pedda Dargah) here on Sunday for the first time after assuming charge as the Collector of Kadapa district. He offered chadar and flowers to the Dargah and offered prayers. Later, the dargah officials explained the significance of the dargah to the Collector. RDO Veerbrahmam and other officials accompanied the Collector during his visit.
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The Andhra Pradesh Government finally decided to take back 10,760 acres of its land allotted to Brahmani Industries Limited (BIL) of former Karnataka Tourism Minister Gali Janardhan Reddy, now in jail in connection with Obulapuram Mining Company case.
Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy went through all the files and papers pertaining to the matter and approved cancellation of the allotment as proposed by Industries & Commerce Department, before leaving for a visit of Adilabad district.
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The land, one of the biggest chunks of government property alienated to any private party for establishment of a steel plant, is spread over Vemaguntapalli, Kothaguntapalli, P. Bommepalli and Thugutlapalli, all in Jammalamadugu mandal of Kadapa district.
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The government said it was taking away the land as the BIL had failed to establish an integrated steel plant as was committed in the Memorandum of Understanding signed by it. Under the MoU, the first phase of the plant with an annual initial capacity of two million tonnes of steel should have been completed by 2009 itself. A formal order giving effect to the decision taken by the Chief Minister is likely to be issued shortly.
The firm stand by Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy for taking back the allotted valuable government lands, if they are found to be not used for the purpose for which they were alienated in the past, climaxes various developments in the past two years in case of Brahmani Industries Limited.
After finding that the land given to Brahmani by the YSR Government was kept unused, the government had already scrapped on May 31, 2012, the MoU signed with BIL which formed the basis for allotment of the land.
The MoU provided for setting of an integrated steel plant with an initial capacity of two million tonnes and of 10 million tonnes ultimately by 2017. The government extended all the incentives such as stamp duty exemption to BIL as per the 2005-10 industrial and investment promotion policy.
The steel plant was expected to provide direct employment to 10,000 people and one lakh other persons indirectly. Former Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy had laid the foundation for the project in 2007.
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