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ACB raids MLA residence, seizes papers

ACB officials on Wednesday conducted simultaneous raids on various premises belonging to Elamanchali MLA U.V. Ramanamurthy Raju, alias Kanna Babu, who was slapped with a DA case last month.

The ACB h

Dinda bowls East Zone into the final Duleep Trophy


Bengal speedster Ashok Dinda's hostile spell of fast bowling helped defending champions East Zone reach the final of the Duleep Trophy for the second successive time after beating South by virtue of 2

Duleep Trophy: East Zone enjoy slender 152-run lead against South Zone


The first semi-final of the Duleep Trophy between defending champions East Zone and South Zone is interestingly poised with the former scoring 126 for six in their second innings to enjoy a slender 15

Won't allow bauxite mining in Vizag agency area: Ramesh

Union Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh on Sunday said bauxite mining would not be allowed at any cost in the Visakhapatnam agency area to protect the interests of tribals.

He said this follo

Botsa: No harm in two Telugu-speaking states


PCC chief Botsa Satyanarayana said there was nothing wrong if the Telugu-speaking people had two separate states. He was speaking about consensus among people and parties on the issue though his state

Look East policy boosting trade growth, says union minister

The government’s ‘Look East’ policy is encouraging growth in trade from eastern ports, particularly those in Andhra Pradesh, minister of state for human resources development D. Purandeswari has said.

IT officer at Guntur arrested in bribery case

An Income Tax Department Officer at Guntur was on Thursday arrested by CBI while allegedly taking a bribe.

G. Venkatswara Rao was arrested by the CBI, Visakhapatnam branch when he accepted Rs 25,000

TSR felicitates spiritual masters on birthday eve


The T. Subbarami Reddy Lalithakala Parishat felicitated spiritual masters on the occasion of birthday celebrations of MP T. Subbarami Reddy here on Sunday. Addressing the gathering, Dr Reddy said

Rain delays India-New Zealand T20


Bad weather delayed the start of the first Twenty20 international between India and New Zealand in Visakhapatnam on Saturday.

The covers were still in place at the scheduled toss time of 6:30 pm (13:

Yuvraj’s India return washed out


Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh's keenly-awaited return after battling cancer ended with a damp squib as the first Twenty20 game against New Zealand was washed out on Saturday.

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