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Seemandhra Secretariat Staff Temporarily calls off Strike

Following Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy’s appeal, the Seemandhra Secretariat Employees on Friday temporarily

Secretariat Seemandhra Employees Reaches Delhi

Several members of the Andhra Pradesh Secretariat Seemandhra Employees Forum reached the national capital

Telangana heat is on: MCA exams postponed

MCA examinations under Osmania University purview postponed to January 20.Minister Damodar Narasimha reviewed the situation at Secretariat.

IT server crashes at Secretariat

The State Government, which boasts of promoting Information Technology in Andhra Pradesh on a large scale

Call off fast, 135 more cases lifted: Jana

The state government has decided to withdraw 135 more cases against the students who participated

TDP leaders court arrest at Secretariat

The seat of the state government functioning, the Secretariat, on Friday came under attack by Telugu Desam Party

Botsa blasts Babu for stir

State Transport Minister Botsa Satyanarayana on Friday found fault with the Telugu Desam Party

Scholarships payment to go online soon

The state government on Monday said that it has introduced online system of payment to

Kiran Kumar Reddy revamps CMO

The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, has revamped the chief minister’s office

Tales of victory, survival shine at Abu Dhabi film fest

housewife in a race course, a man stuck in the wilderness of a forest and an emotional story from

‘Paan Singh Tomar’ to be premiered at Abu Dhabi film fest

UTV’s production venture “Paan Singh Tomar”, about the soldier-athlete

2011 Cricket World Cup Secretariat may shift to India

The 2011 Cricket World Cup Secretariat is in the process of being established in Lahore with Salman Sarwar Butt, a

Fire accident in AP Secretariat

Fire broke out today evening in the chamber of the Minister for Social Welfare situated in the fourth floor of

India briefs IAEA Board of Governors

Lobbying for the Indo-US nuclear deal, India on Friday briefed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors and