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Old October 12th, 2012, 11:18 PM   #901
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Hyderabad: The plundering of sources of biodiversity (forests, lands, lakes, mining, sand) in the last ten years in Telangana is unprecedented in the entire world, observed speakers at a round table on “Telangana-Biodiversity” conducted by Telangana United Front here on Thursday.

Instead of taking the UN representatives to all parts of Telangana and showing them the extent of damage done to the biological diversity, the government was misguiding the foreign guests by decking up the roads, footpaths and taking up greenery works on certain routes in the city, they alleged.

TUF secretary general and MLC, K Dileep Kumar called upon the people of the region to raise a big voice for the protection of natural resources besides the fight for separate statehood.

Telangana United Front would organise a rally cum protest at Indira Park on October 16, coinciding with the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to the city to participate in the UN Biodiversity Summit.

Later a delegation would try to meet the PM and UN representatives to hand over representations containing the extent of loss to biodiversity of Telangana.

On one hand, the government plundered the resources in the ten districts of the region while on the other it erected huge hoardings in the city on safeguarding biodiversity, she charged. TDP MLA G Jaipal Yadav warned that there could be serious repercussions on the humanity if steps are not taking for safeguarding the nature.

Citing the Sompeta and Posco incidents, S Jeevan Kumar, president of Human Rights Forum emphasised that only people could save the biodiversity, however hard the government tried to diminish it.

Except for a few powerful power countries that can be counted on fingers, many of the 193-member countries on the UN Biodiversity panel are small players, he informed. If UN is committed for safeguarding the biological diversity across the world, there is an urgent need for transforming these protocols into strict rules otherwise the aims and objectives would remain only on paper, cautioned Jeevan Kumar.

TUF chairman Prof. Keshav Rao Jadhav flayed the government for not acting against Al Kabir unit in the outskirts of the city, where around 6,000 animals are butchered daily for exporting meat to foreign countries.

Animals are believed to be a national treasure, but here in Hyderabad they are slaughtered at will, due to inept government and its polices which is very shameful, the professor said.
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Eluru: Members of Lions Club organised an eye camp to conduct eye tests for students of welfare hostel to mark ‘World Sight Day’ at Sanivarapupet here on Thursday.

Speaking on the occasion, well known ophthalmologist Dr Manam Padmanabham said that as it was very difficult to lead one’s life without vision, everyone should protect their eyes from diseases to avoid needless blindness.

He explained about common eye diseases and preventive steps to avoid the diseases. He advised the parents to caution their children while playing with toys for preventing them from injuring their eyes. He monitored eye tests conducted to the students and distributed spectacles and medicines to the students, who were diagnosed with defects in eyesight.
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Bhimavaram: The much awaited compost yard issue remained unresolved even though special officer designate (Joint Collector) Baburao Naidu on Tuesday conducted an extended meeting with revenue, irrigation officials, NGO representatives and delegates of various political parties.

He elicited their opinions. Everybody wanted to put an end to the problem but failed to offer clear and valid suggestion.
The Joint Collector appealed the people to extend support to find a solution to this constant problem.

The Municipal Commissioner of Bhimavaram GVVSN Murty apprised him of the troubles faced by the civic body to dispose the solid waste.
Later, speaking to newsmen, the Joint Collector said that leveling of 82 acres of acquired land would be taken up shortly.
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Piduguralla (Guntur): YSR Congress Party leader Janga Krishnamurthy will embark upon 25-km paadayatra from Govindapuram to Piduguralla demanding completion of works to bring Krishna water to the town on Friday.

He said the then Chief Minister Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy persuaded the Centre to sanction Rs 36.07 crore for the drinking water project. The project was supposed to be completed by 2011.

The project was essential for meeting the drinking water requirement of the town considering the fact that people were facing fluoride problem.

Started in 2008, the project was neglected since the death of YS Rajasekhara Reddy. Krishnamurthy’s proposed paadayatra would culminate into a public meeting at Piduguralla.
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Eluru: Local MP Kavuri Sambasiva Rao laid foundation-stone for OBCs’ community hall to be constructed with funding from MP’s Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) near Alluri Sitaramaraju Stadium here on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, the MP said he had sanctioned Rs five lakh for the community hall.

He said both Central and State governments were giving priority to welfare of backward classes. He told the gathering to form a special committee with genuine members and monitor the construction to avoid misuse of funds. Contributions from charitable persons should also be availed for construction of community hall, he said.
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Eluru: West Godavari District Collector Dr G Vani Mohan directed the officials to create a special monitoring cell to monitor implementation of Sri Satya Sai Drinking Water Scheme in 240 villages of the district. She presided over the water scheme board review meeting at Collectorate here on Thursday. Eluru MP Kavuri Sambasiva Rao and MLA Maddala Rajesh attended the meeting.

Speaking on the occasion, the Collector asked the officials to take immediate action on complaints relating to the Rs 90 crore scheme. She directed them to register complaints with the special call centre. The officials should also maintain a register detailing particulars of water supply timings for each of the villages covered under the scheme, she said.

The Collector suggested to the officials to complete minor repairs, if any, within 24 hours of receiving a complaint. Special monitoring was essential for the successful implementation of the scheme. Village-wise water supply position should be reported on a daily basis, she said.

Dr Vani Mohan told the R&B officials to release Rs 20 lakh to repair water pipelines of the scheme that were damaged during road widening works executed by the department. She also suggested release of 30 per cent of scheme maintenance cost by Zilla Parishad with respect to panchayats that failed to afford their share.

The state government was bearing 70 per cent of the scheme maintenance cost while the remaining cost was shared by panchayats concerned, she said.

Kavuri Sambasiva Rao, in his address, called upon the officials of Rural Water Supply (RWS), electricity, panchayat and other departments to work in coordination to ensure safe water supply to people under the scheme.

Special care should be taken for successful implementation of the scheme in 17 mandals covered under the scheme. Officials of L & T, which was maintaining the scheme, should take the responsibility for hassle-free water supply. Water storage tanks of the scheme in villages concerned should display phone numbers of officials ranging from village secretary to engineers so that the villagers could contact them when problem arises in the supply, the MP said.

Maddala Rajesh advised the officials to impose cut in payment to the company maintaining the scheme when water was not supplied to any village.

The meeting resolved to spend one per cent of Zilla Parishad funds intended for drinking water to meet the hike in electricity charges for water supply. The meet also okayed a proposal to purchase 220-kv generator to avoid disruption in water supply to Chintalapudi mandal.
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Eluru: Andhra Bank zonal manager VM Parthasaradhy on Thursday said West Godavari district bankers meeting would be held at Collectorate on Friday. In a press release, he said Collector Dr G Vani Mohan would preside over the meeting. The meeting would review bank loans to loan eligibility card holders and annual loan plan for Kharif, besides discussing the progress in finance to women Self-Help Groups, self-employment, and other government schemes, he said.
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Srikakulam: President of District Consumer Forum P Jagannadharao informed here on Thursday that applications are invited from eligible candidates for the post of junior stenographer on a contract basis in the consumer forum.

In a press release, he said that graduates between the age group of 18 and 34 could apply for the post. The candidates should know type writing and shorthand.

Examination will be conducted to test typewriting and shorthand skills of the candidates on October 23.

Interested candidates can submit their applications with valid documents in the consumer forum office before October 20.
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Srikakulam: Minister for Tribal Welfare Pasupuleti Balaraju stated here on Thursday that the government was setting up training centres to provide job training to tribal youth across the State.

He inspected works of Tribal Youth Training Centre which is being set up at a cost of Rs 3 crore on the premises of Government Men’s College in the town.

Speaking to newsmen, the Minister said that a total of 28 training centres were being set up in the State. Three centres were coming up at Srikakulam, Mandasa and Sitampet in the district, he added. He informed that a total of 126 metric hostels were being run in rented buildings currently in the State and 100 buildings were being constructed at a cost of Rs 1 crore each to house the hostels.
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Srikakulam: District Collector Saurabh Gaur directed the officials to develop the Mettuguda Waterfalls, near the Seethampeta mandal headquarters as a tourist spot. He toured extensively in the Seethampeta mandal Agency areas on Thursday and visited the Waterfalls.

He directed the officials to make the road leading to the Waterfalls viable for tourists to travel easily. Also he told them to arrange iron chain railings near the Waterfalls for the safety of the visitors.

Toilets need to be constructed under the Sanitation Mission, he said. He also suggested that cement benches should be arranged around the Waterfalls for the visitors to sit on.

Proposals will be sent to the AP Transco for setting up of a mini power project near the Waterfalls, he said. A ropeway system near the Waterfalls is also under study, he said.

The Collector inspected the Girijan youth training centre coming up at a cost of Rs 3 crore.
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Srikakulam: District Collector Saurabh Gaur said that the special voter registration programme would be taken up on October 14 and 21. Chief Election Officer Bhanwarlal organised a video conference with district collectors on Wednesday on the programme.

Explaining the drive, the Collector said that at a special camp on October 7, 4,800 applications had been received. In every educational institute a teacher has been appointed as the coordinating officer to register the names of eligible students, he said. Also steps are being taken to register the employees in industries, he said.

Steps are being taken to complete the data entry, he added. He said that the CEO’s orders that the voters’ lists should be put up in the general shops are being implemented. All party meetings are being conducted and special steps are being taken to register the voters, he said. The Collector said that the names of new voters and applications received online will be scrutinised.

Chief Election Officer Bhanwarlal said that the voters’ list and registration forms should be kept handy in small shops so that the voters could fill them up and make any revisions.

The receipt for the forms should be given without fail, he said. He directed the officials to scrutinise the applications received online and solve them quickly. He told them not to reject any application on flimsy grounds like a missing house number. The booth level agent should be consulted and the voter should be registered, he said.

District Revenue Officer Noor Basha Khasim, Revenue divisional officers G Ganesh Kumar, V Visweswar Rao, B Dayanidhi and Tahsildar Ch. Sattibabu were present at the video conference.
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Srikakulam: DCCB chairman SV Ramana Rao disclosed that 49 cooperative societies which were affiliated to the District Cooperative Bank would be modified into multipurpose cooperative societies.

Addressing a press conference on the District Cooperative Bank premises here on Thursday, he said that 14 cooperative societies would be modified into multipurpose cooperative societies in the first phase cooperative societies in Ampolu, Tulugu, Pydibhimavaram, Santhakaviti, Basuru, Palakonda, Hiramandal, Itchapuram, Kanchili, Dimilada, Temburu, Polaki, Budithi and Pathapatnam have been selected for this purpose.

He further said that milk collection centres, mineral water plants, seed processing units and Mee Seva centres would be set up under the jurisdiction of these cooperative societies in order to serve the farmers.

“The District Cooperative Bank was going ahead with Rs 2.55 crore profit during 2011-12. Over Rs 182 crore crop loans have been distributed to the farmers, including 9,650 new farmers, during this year.

To give a boost to the status of farmers, dairy farming was being encouraged among them. So, Rs 50,000 to Rs one lakh loans would be provided to those farmers who are having an acre to five acres of land. Similarly, 21,500 metric tons of fertilizers were distributed to the farmers during this Kharif season.

In the same way, measures will be taken up for paddy collection with the cooperation of district administration,” he said. As part of expansion progarmme, branches of the bank would be established at Challavanipeta, Gara, Edulapuram in the district. Steps were taken to computerise all the branches.

At present, seven branches were computerised out of 13 branches, while the remaining branches would be computerised by April, 2014, he said.
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Srikakulam: Minister for Tribal Welfare Pasupuleti Balaraju suggested that greenery should be a part of city life. As environmental factors have become one-sided, with abundant greenery in the forest areas and nothing at all in the cities, the ecological balance was hit, he observed.

The minister attended a private function here on Thursday and later met Minister Dharmana Prasada Rao’s family to offer condolences on his mother’s death. He examined the implementation of development programmes in the district, especially the construction of training centres.

Speaking to reporters here, he said that it was the Centre and State Governments’ orders that mining should be banned in forest areas.
As such bauxite mining was banned, he said. When asked about the licensing of Kannedara Hill granite mining to Dharmana Prasada Rao’s son, he said that the policy on mining in tribal areas applies to all equally. If there are any losses due to mining it will be cancelled, he said.
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Vizianagaram: Preparations for ‘Sirimanotsavam’ of Sri Pydimamba, the presiding deity of the famous Pydithalli temple, began with installing the first poll for the main pandal (Pandiri Raata) on the temple premises by chief priest Tallapudi Bhaskar Rao here on Thursday.

The 'Pandiri Raata' ritual was performed amid chanting of Vedic hymns by the priests. Speaking on the occasion, the chief priest, who will sit on a special seat fastened to the top of the Sirimanu (the holy log), said that elaborate arrangements are being made to avoid inconvenience to the devotees who throng the temple during the festival.

A highly popular annual jatara in North Coastal Andhra, the festival involves carrying the ‘Sirimanu’ (a decorated log fixed to a cart) in a procession.

He further stated that puja will be performed to the tree in the field belonging to one Sanyasappadu of Chinnatadivada village in the district on October 15 and the log will be taken to Vizianagaram. The process of making Sirimanu from Chintamanu will be conducted at Hukumpeta, he added.

Goddess Pydhithalli temple assistant commissioner V Shymala Devi said that elaborate arrangements are being made hoping that more devotees would attend the jatara than in last year. A meeting was convened with the officials of the departments concerned under the aegis of Collector Veerabrahmaiah, she said.
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Kakinada: The public representatives vented their ire at District Rural Development Agency Project Director Madhukar Babu over his negligent attitude during the Vigilance and Monitoring Committee meeting which was convened at Kakinada in East Godavari district on Thursday.

Minister of State for Defence MM Pallamraju presided over the meeting. Speaking on the occasion, the public representatives alleged that there was no transparency in granting of pensions as many complaints were lodged against the mishandling of pension scheme.

DRDA Project Dirdector Madukarbabu faced the wrath of Union Minister and Vigilance and Monitoring Committee Chairman MM Pallamraju , East Godavari Collector Neetu Kumari Prasad.

Similarly, the Collector took the PD to task for not showing the social audit. Meanwhile, the public representataives alleged that no action was initiated against a private agency which was distributing pensiony through the Smart Card system despite Social Audit proving iregularities in pensions distribution.
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Srisailam: Treasure hunt is on the rise in the Srisailam forest areas. Some of the hunters, who formed themselves into groups, were carrying out hunting operations for the past several years clandestinely to find hidden treasures in the Nallamala forest of Srisailam in the Kurnool district. This is also adversely affecting the foundations of the ancient structures and the forests.

There is a strong belief that the kings of the ancient and medieval periods had hidden their wealth and treasures underneath the Earth so that they may not be looted by the invaders. On receiving information, the officials of the forest department rushed to the spot where digging operations were going on, but, by the time they reached there, the hunters gave them the slip.

Though the officials conducted searches in the nearby areas in the forest, they could not find anybody. Speaking to the media, the Deputy Ranger of Srisailam forest Raju said that the hunters would be arrested very soon and action would be initiated against them according to law.

According to reports, the hunters were coming from different places like Kurnool, Mahbubnagar, Prakasam, Guntur, Hyderabad and Anantapur and forming special groups to carry out their activities in the forests. Last year, an underground tunnel, which was being secretly used by the hunters was discovered near the Ghantamutt choultry.

Speaking to the media, the Principal of the Sr Potti Sriramulu Telugu University Arts College Chandrsekhar Reddy said that some of the hunters were staying in the five mutts near the temple in the guise of devotees and it was necessary that the surveillance system in this area should be strengthened.
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Puttaparthi: Offering gratitude and love for Satya Sai Baba, Sai Jyothyi group comprising of 46 devotees from United Kingdom offered a classical musical presentation entitled ‘Sai Anandam’ at Sai Kulwant hall in Prashanti Nilayam in Puttaparthi on Thursday. The group organised the programme as part of their national pilgrimage from October 7 to 27.

Beginning with an invocation in Raag Yaman Kalyan, the programme continued with the popular Prashanthi bhajans before reaching a crescendo with stimulating instrumental jugalbandhi. Roopa Panesar on Sitar, Kirpal Singh Panesar on Tar Shehnai, Kaviraj Singh Dhadyalla on Santoor and Vocal and Gurdain Singh Rayatt on Tabla had enthralled the audience.

Roopa, an eminent Sitarist from UK, who has received several international accolades, had her tutelage under Ustad Dharambir Singh, disciple of the late Ustad Vilayat Khan. At the end of the one-hour presentation, the group was given a rousing applause by the assembly of devotees.
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Sullurpet: Eligible unemployed youth in the 18 to 35 years age group are invited to apply for loans for self employment under Rajiv Yuva Shakti Scheme on or before October 15. Municipal Commissioner Kanaka Rao, in a statement released here at Sullurpet on Thursday, said that all youth passed/failed SSC (5th class pass in the case of SC, ST and disabled candidates) irrespective of caste are eligible for the six units under service and industrial fields.

Interested candidates should submit applications along with Xerox copies of ration card, caste certificate, educational qualifications, date of birth certificate and two passport size photos. He said the government gives 50 % subsidy (not more than Rs 30,000) and the remaining will be given as bank loan for each unit.
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Badvel: The week-long traffic awareness programme organised by the police department in Badvel concluded on Thursday.
Badvel CI Venka tadri flagged off the 2K run on the concluding day. Speaking on the occasion, Venkatadri lauded the efforts of NCC students of Rachapudi Nagabhushanam College and SBVR College in
Badvel in creating awareness among the locals on traffic rules.

Alarmed by the increasing road accidents and deaths, they took up canvassing through mikes for one week urging the auto drivers and other people to have driving license compulsorily, to follow traffic regulations, not to drive vehicles in wrong routes, not to overload autos with passengers, don’t drink and drive, and not to talk on mobile while driving.

Observing some change in the people, he stated of continuing similar programmes in future.
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Tirupati: Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah unveiled renowned legendary playback singer of Telugu movies late Ghantasala Venkateshwara Rao at VV Mahal circle here on Thursday and paid floral tributes to him. Later, he participated in the valedictory session of a ten-day long ‘Ghantasala Aradhanotsavalu’ at Mahati Auditorium and felicitated upcoming singers.

Speaking on the occasion, Rosaiah said that he is a music lover, especially fond of Ghantasala’s devotional songs. Whatever the music may be, it gives a pleasant feeling to everyone, he added. It is his fortune to unveil Ghantasala statue, he said. People may imitate Ghantasala’s tone but it is highly impossible to overcome him, Governor said.

Ghantasala’s untimely demise is unfortunate and setting up of Ghantasala’s statue at this juncture gives a message to the next generations, he said. Certainly many music lovers admire the old and devotional songs rendered by Ghantasala and it is his regular practice to hear his songs while travelling in vehicle, he added.

Many Telugu people felicitated him on several occasions in various countries, he said. Ghantasala Rathna Kumar, son of the late singer, said that when he was a child he had heard many devotional songs on Tirumala hills, which can’t rent air now. Ghantasala was the first court singer (Ashtaana Gayakudu) for TTD and it is unfortunate to miss his songs at the hill shrine nowadays.

“It is my sincere request to TTD as well as fans of Ghantasala to replay his devotional songs on the hill shrine. It is not a demand, but sincere request. It is my dream, but beyond my limit. As fans of Ghantasala and locals of Tirupati, I am confident that these music lovers would take the initiative to resume the old practice on Tirumala hills,” Rathnakumar said.

Dr N Siva Prasad, MP, Chittoor said that Ghantasala had received many awards and rewards and certainly no need of additional introduction.
Members of Tirupati Film Society, Ghantasala National Arts Academy, Ongole and several others participated.
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