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Politics Friday, May 3, 2013 | Hyderabad

State population 8.46 crores Hyderabad, May 3: The state capital may boast of anything but not women power as it has the least number of women vis-àvis men, according to latest census. The total population of the State is 8, 45, 80,777, according to the census released here on Friday by the Registrar of Census, YV Anuradha. While the rural population is 5,63,61, 702 the urban population is 2,82,19,075 crores, according to the 2011 census.

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dwel l s i n Nizamabad with a male female ratio of 1000/1040 while the

Dadi to join YSRCP

Visakhapatnam, May 3: Dadi Dadi has announced on Friday that Veerabhadra Rao, who quit TDP, will join YSR Congress putting an will be joining YSR Congress Party.end to the rumours that he will go Rao, who was with TDP ever since into the Congress fold. its inception has left the party after “I will meet YS Jagan Mohan he was not re-nominated to the State Reddy at Chanchaguda jail Council. In his place, former tomorrow,” he said. speaker Y Ramakrishnudu was Though I was with TDP for the past nominated and made leader of the 30 years, they have insulted me and Party in the Council. Since then he did not treat me well, he said. was keeping away from TDP.

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Hyderabad with state population a t 38,78,078 ration of while STYs form seven per cent of 1000/954. the population at 59, 18, 073. The most Workers in the State are 3, populated district 94,22,906. is R anga R eddy Mahbubnagar has the least district with 52, 96, 741 literacy rate at 56.63 per cent persons and the least populated while the city tops the table with district is Vizianagaram 83.74 per cent. The total literacy recording 23,44,474 persons. The rate in the state stands at 67.66 per total number of families in the cent. Women still lag behind in stats is 2,10, 22,588 with the almost all the districts in literacy male/female ratio is 1000/993. and the ratio is 75.56/ 59.74. Pedagntyada in Visakhapatnam Barring Hyderabad, recorded the highest rate of Visakhapatnam a nd West population increase. Godavari in remaining districts SCs form 12.47 per cent of state the gap is nearly 20 per cent.

State Security Commission soon

Hyderabad, M ay 3 : A State Security Commission would be set up to step up security in the state in wake of the recent increase in terrorist activities. The decision was taken at a high level review meeting on law and order situation in the State. Home minister Sabitha Indra Reddy told reporters after the meeting that security cameras would be at vital places and

necessary amendments would be made to the Municipal Act. The meeting, chaired by Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy was attended by the DGP V Dinesh Reddy and other officials. This is the first official meeting the Home Minister has attended after her name figured in the CBI charge sheet in the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy Disproportionate Assets (DA) case.

Bandh in Medak, Harish Rao others held Siddipet, May 3: A bandh is being observed in Medak district in protest against Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy’s remarks on Bayyaram mines. TRS leader T Harish Rao and others were taken into custody for holding up traffic here. They have stopped buses and raised slogans against the Government.

The bandh call was given by TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao for the remarks of the Chief Minister on the Bayyaram ore. Elsewhere, two

buses were damaged by in the rasta roko by TRS cadre. Buses were off the streets in Medak, Siddipet, Gajwel and Narayankhed as bus depots were picketed by the TRS cadre. Former MLA Padma Devender Reddy was held at Medak. There were arrests at Zaheerabad bus depot as well.

City Friday, May 3, 2013 | Hyderabad

SC rejects State's plea on HC attack case Botsa writes to High Command

New Delhi, May 3: Supreme Court said. The scale of vandalism is has rejected the state government’s unprecedented and judges were plea to transfer the attack on High spared but there were many Court case to the state. untoward incidents in the High There is a vertical division in the Court, the judges said. There was High court on the Telangana issuetrouble in the High Court with and it is not possible to transfer the lawyers coming to blows on the case to the State, the apex court has Telangana issue.

Local bodies elections may be delayed Warangal, May 3: The elections to local bodies could be delayed if they are to be held as per the 2011 Census. The elections could be delayed by 35 days if we carry out the polls as per the latest census, State Electoral Officer Ramakanth Reddy told reporters here on Friday.

Speaking to reporters here, he said that the regional review meetings will help solve local problems. "We have come here to know firsthand the issues at the grassroot level," he said adding that many issues have come to their notice. The last of the regional review meetings will be held in Hyderabad, he said.

Hyderabad, May 3: PCC President Botsa Satyanarayana ha sent a report to the High Command on the dissent of ministers on the unilateral decisions taken by the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy. The Chief Minister has launched some welfare schemes including Bangaru Thalli programme, which has drawn a flak from within the cabinet

Deputy Chief Minister Damodar Rajanarsimha,senior ministers K Jana Reddy, DL Ravindra Reddy and Vatti Vasantha Kumar had openly criticized the Chief Minister on the Bangaru Thalli scheme, which is aimed at benefitting girl child. The dissident ministers met at Botsa Satyanrayana’s residence yesterday. The PCC chief has submitted a report on the development to the high command.

Assembly Panel chairpersons meet CM

Assembly session next month

Hyderabad, May 3: The second phase of the State Legislative Assembly will be held next month. Assembly speaker Nadendla Manohar held a meeting with chairmen of Standing Committees, officials and Council Chairman Chakrapani. He asked the Chairmen of

Sanding Committees to submit their report on the budget session by this month end. The Speaker said that Standing Committees will help in bringing in accountability. Minister for Legislative Affairs D Sridhar Babu suggested that Standing Committees should work beyond party lines.

Hyderabad, May 3: Assembly on Urban Development and Standing Committee Nominated Education respectively. The Chief Chairmen Dr Malla Vijaya Prasad Minister congratulated both the and Satyanarayana Raju (Chaitanya Chairmen and asked them to study Raju) on Friday called on the Chief their subjects in detail and also the Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy at budget allocations and see how best Secretariat. it could be utilised for the welfare of They were meeting the Chief the people, particularly the poor and Minister for the first time after common people. MLC Ravi Kiran being nominated as Chairmen of Verma and son of Chaitanya Raju the Assembly Standing Committee were also present on the occasion.

State Politics Friday, May 3, 2013 | Hyderabad

CM sanctions Rs 50 Cr, faculty for veterinary colleges Hyderabad, May 3: Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Friday approved sanction of Rs 50 crore and the required faculty for three veterinary colleges. The Chief Minister has sanctioned Rs 50 crores towards the facilities and buildings to the 3 Veterinary Colleges—Gannavaram, Korutla and Proddutur to develop according to the norms of Veterinary Council of India. for Animal Husbandry P Kiran Kumar Reddy reviewed some of the specific issues of Viswaroop, Principal Secretary Veterinary University this ( A n i m a l H u s b a n d r y ) D r Manmohan Singh, Director afternoon at Secretariat. Minister

(Animal Husbandry) posts. Venkateswarlu, The Chief Minister has asked the Special Secretary to officials to convene a high level Chief Minister N meeting with the senior officials of S r i d h a r a n d Vi c e A n i m a l H u s b a n d r y, R u r a l chancellor o f the Development a nd F inance University attended Department to review the progress the review meeting. of “State Milk Mission” in the next The Chief Minister week. The Chief Minister asked has agreed to fill the them to work out in detail the issue teaching and non in view of the SC, ST Sub-Plan, teaching vacancies huge enhancement of B.C. Welfare to the 104 posts in department budget etc. and said that these three colleges by alternative the Milk Mission is sure to double arrangements. The Chief Minister the income of the beneficiaries has also agreed to fill 386 teaching within two to three years.

Board reminder on inter second year supplementary fee

Eight Summer Special Trains between H S Nanded and Pune

Hyderabad, May 3: The Board of Intermediate Education informed all the Principals, Students and parents that the last date for payment of examination fee for second year Advanced

Supplementary Examinations as May 6. No extension of date or payment with penalty or Tatkal scheme w ill b e available f or supplementary examinations, the Board said in a press release.

Inter first year supplementary fee date extended Hyderabad, May 3: The Board of Intermediate on Friday extended the last date for payment of examination f ee for 1st year Advanced S upplementary Examinations up to May 4

(Saturday). The Board clarified that no further extension of date or payment with penalty or Tatkal scheme will be available for supplementary examinations.

Golf coaching from May 6 Hyderabad, May 3: A week long summer camp for Golf coaching, is being organised by the 1 EME Centre, Secunderabad from 6th to 12th May, for youth below 18 years of age. There w ill b e theory a nd practical sessions during 10:00

am to 12:00 pm at Eagle park training area, 1 EME Centre, Secunderabad Cantonment. Rs 1,000 will be charged towards coaching charges, green fees, and charges for practice balls. Interested youth may contact Golf Secretary on mobile number 8008302013 for further details.

Hyderabad, May 3 (INN): The South Central Railway will run eight summer special trains between HS Nanded and Pune in order to clear extra rush of passengers during Summer Season. As per the schedule, the Train No 07629 H S Nanded-Pune Special Train will depart H S Nanded at 06 15 hrs o¬n 15th & 29th May (Wednesday) and arrive Pune at 21 05 hrs o¬n the same day. In the return direction, Train No. 07630 Pune - H S Nanded Special Train will depart Pune at 22 15 hrs o-n 15th & 29th May (Wednesday) and arrive H S Nanded at 14 30 hrs o¬n the next day. Enroute, these trains will stop at Purna, Parbhani, Selu, Partur, Jalna, Aurangabad, Manmad,

Kopargaon, Belapur, Ahmednagar and Daund stations in both the directions. These trains will have 11 coaches viz., o¬ne AC II Tier, o¬ne AC III Tier, five Sleeper Class, two General Second Class and two Second Class Luggage Cum Brake Van Coaches. Similarly, the Train No. 07631 H S Nanded-Pune Special Train will depart H S Nanded at 06 15 hrs o¬n 8th & 22nd May (Wednesday) and arrive Pune at 20 00 hrs o¬n the same day. In the return direction, Train No. 07632 Pune - H S Nanded Special Train will depart Pune at 21 05 hrs o¬n 8th & 22nd May (Wednesday) and arrive H S Nanded at 13 20 hrs o¬n the next day.l Second Class and two Second Class Luggage Cum Brake Van Coaches.

Kotla inspects, reviews SCR development works Hyderabad, May 3 (INN): Minister of State for Railways Kotla Jaya Surya Prakash Reddy conducted surprise inspections at Central Railway Hospital at Lallaguda, Mechanized Laundry, Catering Base Kitchen at Bhoiguda on Friday. The Minister was accompanied by SCR General Manager DP Pande and other higher officials. He held discussions on various developmental works in progress on SCR with the General Manager

at Rail Nilayam, Secunderabad. During his inspection of Central Hospital, Suya Prakash Reddy visited Emergency ward, Intensive coronary care unit, Dialysis unit, Nephrology ward, Neurology ward, Maternity ward and Oncology sections. He interacted with the patients and enquired about the medical services rendered and the facilities being provided for them. He reviewed the overall functioning of this major Hospital and discussed on

the action to be taken for further improvements. The Minister announced a group cash award of Rs 50,000 to the Staff of the Hospital in recognition of their meritorious services. Later, the minister visited the Mechanised Laundry at Bhoiguda. He inspected the Linen washing, drying, iron pressing and packing activities of the Mechanised Laundry. He stressed the need for supplying hygienic and clean linen to railway passengers. Satisfied

with the maintenance and good upkeep of the Mechanised Laundry, the Minister announced a group cash award of Rs. 20,000 to the Staff of the unit. Surya Prakash Reddy, during his inspection of a Base Kitchen unit located at Bhoiguda, emphasized the need for providing qualitative and hygienic food for the Railway Passengers. He conducted inspection of materials used for preparation of food items and complaint redressal mechanism

State Politics Friday, May 3, 2013 | Hyderabad

Haj Committee to coach IAS aspirantsMANUU to close Admission process on May 6 Hyderabad, May 3: The Haj Committee of India is conducting Coaching and Guidance Programme for IAS and Allied Services Examination for Muslim candidates in the Haj House at Mumbai. AP State Haj Committee Chairman Syed Khaleeluddin Ahmed has appealed to all the eligible Muslim candidates who desire to write the Preliminary and the Main Examinations for the Civil Services to submit their application forms through online on the web site of the Haj Committee The last date for submission of the forms is 17th May 2013. SHC Executive Officer Abdul Hameed said that the candidates may obtain the details regarding form, prospectus and syllabus on the web site. The Haj Committee of India Mumbai, will provide free

Coaching and Guidance for Preliminary, Main Examination and Personality Development. However a fee of Rs. 4500 per month will be charged towards boarding and lodging. There are only 50 seats and the candidates will be selected from various parts of the country on the basis of written and oral test. Hyderabad is also one of the Examination Centre apart from Mumbai, Delhi, Patna and Bengaluru. The new batch of selected candidates will commence from 12th August 2013.

Sikhs protest against Sarabjit's killing, Sajjan's acquittal Hyderabad, May 3: The Sikh similar manner," he said, adding community of Andhra Pradesh that Indian prisoners were not safe held strong protest demonstrationsin the jails of Pakistan. The over the brutal and inhuman killing protesters demanded an a probe by Sarabjit Singh in a Pakistani jail. an international organisation into The Sikhs also protested over the the matter. acquittal of former Congress MP The Sikh community members Sajjan Kumar who was acquitted also burnt the effigy of Sajjan by the Delihi High Court in the Kumar and raised slogans against 1984 Sikh riots case. the Congress party and Sajjan Hundreds of Sikhs members Kumar a nd demanded a ction gathered near the Gurudwara Guru against other accused in riot cases, Singh Sabha, Ashok Bazar, including Congress leader Jagdish Afzalgunj with banners and Tytler, w ho i s a ccused o f placards and raised anti-Pakistan instigating a mob that led to the and anti-Congress goverenment murder o f t hree m en i n a slogans against the brutal killing of Gurdwara in North Delhi on Sarabjit Singh in Pakistan jail. November 1, 1984. They also set ablaze the effigy of "Over 3000 Sikhs were killed on Pakistan government. the roads of Delhi-they were "The Centre has failed to initiate brutally murdered-their houses effective diplomatic steps to check were burnt down," he said, adding the harassment of Indian prisoners the judgment has shocked the in jails of Pakistan," General entire Sikh community, who were Secertary of Guru Singh Sabha, S hoping for justice. "We will fight Inderjeet Singh Tuteja said. back. We want justice. He asked the Centre to ensure the We don't have any faith in the safety of all Indian nationals Congress government", he said. languishing in Pakistani Jails," "Hearts of all Sikhs are weeping Previously, Indian prisoner over the judgment," Tuteja said. Chamel Singh had been killed in a

Hyderabad, May 3: The Maulana Programmes (Arabic, Arabic Azad National Urdu University Translation, Tahseen-e-Ghazal, (MANUU) will c lose t he Persian) and Certificate Courses Admission process on Monday (Khush Khati, Tahseen–e–Ghazal, and the last date for submission of Arabic). filled in applications is 6th May. In view of the the popularity of MANUU, the only University Tahseen-e- Ghazal (Appreciation of offering courses at higher level Ghazal) Certificate Course, it was through Urdu medium, has upgraded into Diploma last year. introduced three new regular Admissions in B.Tech., MCJ, MBA, courses i.e., B. Tech. and Ph.D. in M.A. Translation Studies, all M. Phil, Computer Science and Ph. D. in Ph.D. courses will be on the basis of Translation from the new entrance examinations and in all other academic year. The campus based courses admissions will be on merit courses for which admission are basis. Admission into MSW will be open, include M. A. (Urdu, through Interview. Last date for Persian, Arabic, English, Hindi, submission of filled in application Public Administration, Women’s forms for all PG/M.Phil. & Ph. D. Studies, Translation Studies, Programmes at Hyderabad is 6th May, Mass Communication & for Satellite Campus Lucknow 19th Journalism, Political Science), July 2013, Diploma, PG Diploma and Master of Social Work, MBA, Certificate courses 5th August and ITI MCA, M.Com., M.Sc. Hyderabad, Bangalore and Darbhanga (Mathematics), B. Tech. last date is as per concerned State (Computer Science), D. Ed., Govt. or NCVT Notification. Diploma in Unani Pharmacy, M. Form a nd P rospectus c an b e Phil. (Urdu, Arabic, Persian, downloaded from the University English, H indi, P ublic website The Administration, Women Demand Draft of Rs 100 is necessary Education, Social Exclusion andwith d ownloaded f orms a nd the Inclusive Policy, Business courses having entrance test, DD of Management & Translation Rs. 300/- should be enclosed (for S t u d i e s ) a n d P h . D . ( U r dD u ,o w n l o a d e d A p p l i c a t i o n s ) . Persian, Arabic, Hindi, English, Reservation f or S C/ST & OBC Translation, Women Studies, candidates will be as per the GOI Public Administration, Social norms and rules as amended from time Exclusion & Inclusive Policy to time. Hostel facility would be Studies, Business Management, provided subject to availability. Computer Science), ITI The UGC provides fellowship of Rs Hyderabad (Draughtsman – 8,000 & Rs. 5,000 per month to the Civil, Electronics Mechanic, students of Ph. D. and M. Phil. Electrician, Refrigeration and Air respectively as per UGC Norms. – Conditioning and Plumbing), University Scholarship of Rs. 1000 ITI Bangalore (Electronics P.M. is provided to the students of Mechanic, R & AC and ITI Master Degree programmes subject to Darbhanga ( Electrician a nd availability of funds. For further Plumbing). P.G. Diploma details, log on to University website, (Functional Hindi & Translation, according to a press release. Functional Urdu), Diploma

News in Pictures Friday, May 3, 2013 | Hyderabad

Metro Rail works on at Dilsukhnagar

Sikhs protest against Sarabjit killing

Sale of Motiya Bahaar on Mehdipatnam Road

Business Friday, May 3, 2013 | Hyderabad

RBI cuts repo rate by 0.25%; may not result in lower loan rates Mumbai: In a move that may not bring any relief to home and car loan seekers, the RBI on Friday cut the interest rate by a meagre 0.25 percent and kept cash reserve ratio (CRR) unchanged on concerns of inflation, disappointing industry and stock markets. Reserve Bank's decision to cut interest for the third time since January as part of the annual credit policy, evoked a cautious response from Finance Minister P Chidambaram who said, "lets accept what has been done today". The bank lowered the short-term lending (repo) rate to 7.25 percent from 7.50 percent, lowest since May 2011 while retaining the CRR for banks unchanged at 4 percent.

RBI Governor D Subbarao while unveiling the annual monetary policy pegged the growth rate for the current fiscal at a conservative level of 5.7 percent saying, "economic activity during the current year is expected to show only a modest improvement over last year, with a pick-up likely only in the second half of the year." Speaking on the impact of the rate cut on retail and corporate loans, Pratip Chaudhuri, chairman of the country's largest lender State Bank of India said, "there is no scope (for a lending rate cut now)." His views were shared by other bankers too who ruled out the possibility of rate cut in the immediate run. On customer services, the RBI

asked banks to stop differential treatment for home-branch and non-home branch customers, apart from asking banks to price retail loans at uniform rates. With falling gold prices making lenders uncomfortable, it asked

banks not to lend against gold coins above 50 grams. RBI expects non-food credit growth to pick up marginally to 15 percent in 2013-14 from 14 percent year-on-year and deposit mobilisation to be flat at 14 percent.

Sensex declines 160 points on RBI's "hawkish" policy stance MUMBAI: In a highly volatile trade, t h e B S E benchmark Sensex today fell by 160 points on profit-booking in interestsensitive banking, auto and realty stocks as RBI adopted a "hawkish" stance in its monetary policy 2013-14 that overshadowed its 0.25 per cent cut in repo rate. Snapping three days of gains, the Sensex fell by 160.13 points, or 0.81 per cent, to 19,575.64. The index had gained 449 points in the last three sessions. Similarly, the Broad-based National Stock Exchange index Nifty fell by 55.35 points, or 0.92 per cent to 5,944 points after touching a low of 5,930.15. The banking sector index suffered the most by losing 2.40 per cent to 14,183.60 as ICICI Bank, SBI, HDFC Bank and Housing Development Finance Corp suffered heavy losses on profit-

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Naidu convenes meeting with senior leaders

Hyderabad, May 3: TDP leaderwere a mong t he o ther i ssues N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday discussed in the meeting. held meeting with senior leaders Those who attended the meeting at his residence. include, Y Ramakrishnudu, Gali The meeting comes close on the Muddu Krishnama Naidu, Y Dayakar heels of Dadi Veerabhadra Rao Rao, M Narsimhulu, l e a v i n g t h e p a r t y. K E K r i s h n a M u r t h y, S The arrangements for the Chandramohan Reddy, Paritala Mahanadu to be held this month Suneetha, Lal Jan Bhasha, Aravind end and the signature campaign kumar Goud, TD Janardhan, and against the power tariff hike others.

Akbar's recall plea turned down; should appear before court

Hyderabad, M ay 3 : The Nampally court has rejected the recall petition filed by MIM Floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi in the alleged hate speech case. This makes him compulsory to attend before the court on May 9 as a Non Bailable Warrant (NBW) is pending against him.

A local court has asked the Madannapet police to produce Akbaruddin Owaisi in the court in connection with a petition filed by a lawyer accusing him of hate speech. With the recall petition being turned down, Akbaruddin has to appear before the court in connection with one more alleged hate speech case.

Govt trumpeting over hollowness of its schemes: YSRCP Hyderabad, May 3: The YSR Congress party on Friday came down heavily on the State Government’s trumpeting of its newly announced schemes saying they are only meant for publicity and the Government is not sincere in their implementation. Addressing newspersons here at the party headquarters, party MLA G. Srikanth Reddy said the Government has been indulging in useless blitzkrieg over the schemes wasting people’s money though their implementation is nowhere to be seen. While the people are suffering due to lack of water and power across the state, the Government has been unabashedly indulging in useless publicity over

the schemes while wisely covering spend an additional Rs.400 each its failure to implement the every month for purchasing rice in schemes, he charged. the open market as the Government Lashing out at the Government for is only supplying 20 kg. failing to implement the schemes “The government has not provided such as Re.1 a kg rice, Rajiv Yuva any new permanent jobs under the Kiranalu, Ammahastam, Bangaru Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu scheme Talli, Pachchatoranam and for despite t he CM’s p romise o f diluting the Arogya Sri, fee providing 10 lakh jobs. While the reimbursement, 25 paisa interest, Indiramma Kalalu has left people 104 and 108 schemes implementedwith day-dreaming, no new bore successfully by the YSR regime, wells were dug up under the Indira Srikanth Reddy said the failure of Jala Prabha,” he said, adding the the Government to implement the Government has diluted the YSR’s schemes exposed its hypocrisy and Arogya Sri Scheme by removing lack of sincerity towards the public 130 diseases from its purview. welfare. The Government has only allotted The Re.1 a Kg rice scheme, Rs.600 Cr in the budget for the introduced with much fanfare, has Amma Hastam scheme while actual been forcing the poor families to requirement of funds was Rs. 2300

Cr to supply provisions for 2.5 Cr white ration card holders, he said, adding the meager allotment of funds only exposed the lack of Government’s sincerity over its implementation. The hollowness was exposed when the PM refused to attend the inauguration of the Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu scheme. “The PM refused to attend it as it was a sham,” Srikanth Reddy said. He said professional students were left high and dry as the Government imposed limitation to the fee reimbursement scheme and added: “Only a leader like YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will implement the welfare schemes successfully as YSR did.”

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