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7000Girl Students-Perform Kuchipudi 12-Apr-2017
Visakhapatnam is all set to create a record today when 7000 girl students from various Andhra Pradesh Residential Educational Institutions Society (APREIS)’s schools and colleges will perform Kuchipudi at RK Beach. The event that is being jointly conducted by APREIS and the Social Welfare department will be inaugurated by CM Chandrababu Naidu in the presence of several state ministers. The event is being held to commemorate the 125th birth anniversary of Dr BR Ambedkar. 7000 girl students performing Kuchipudi at the event are coming in from 21 Mahila Gurukhula Patashalas from Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram and Srikakulam. “We had provided accommodation in our schools at various places in the city and APSRTC had provided eight buses for transportation of the girls from the schools to the venue at the beach road. We are also providing food to the participants,’’ Coordinator of Organising Committee S Roopavathi reportedly said. Students taking part in the event have been trained in Kuchipudi for the last two months by professional dancers. The programme will start with three songs featuring the theme of the life story of BR Ambedkar. Initially, there were claims that students participating in the event were asked to pay for it.
 
139-Feet National Flag Hoisted 04-Aug-2016
VISAKHAPATNAM: A 139-feet national flag was hoisted at Kotaveedhi in One Town Area on the 139th birth anniversary of Pingali Venkaiah in the city on Tuesday. Pingali Venkaiah who died in 1963 was an Indian freedom fighter and the designer of the Indian National Flag.The flag was hoisted Sri Swami Vivekananda Swachandha Seva Samstha to remember the contribution of Pingali Venkaiah on his birth anniversary.
 
Exhilarating Violin Performance 25-Jul-2016
Carnatic violin maestro of Vizianagaram Ch.Sanyasi Rao performing at Rajiv Smruthi Bhavan on Beach Road in Visakhapatnam on Sunday. Immersed in his music Ch.Sanyasi Rao of Vizianagaram cast a spell on the audience gathered on the beach road on Sunday morning. The visually challenged violin maestro’s fingers danced on the strings helping the bow make the instrument speak. Playing the morning ragas, he drew the morning walkers to stop to tune into the concert; a few who did come in stayed on. The two-hour programme in the beautiful weather on the beach road had the gathering wanting more. The light drizzle that covered the sunrise stopped and the cloud cover proved a perfect foil for the Sun.
 
Pochampally Fabric Expo 16-Jul-2016
The nine-day handloom product exhibition cum-sale Pochampally IKAT Art Mela 2016 – got underway on Friday. The exhibition of handlooms and handloom products from Pochampally in Telangana was inaugurated by Tollywood actress Sarika Pavani at the Lions Club of Visakhapatnam at Ramnagar. The actress appreciated the organizers for displaying handloom designer fabrics, silk and cotton sarees apart from some exclusive home textiles.
 
World Environment Day 06-Jun-2016
Visakhapatnam: World Environment Day was celebrated at the local Public Sector Undertakings and private organisations on Sunday by taking up massive plantation programmes and awareness rallies. The Gangavaram Port employees and people of neighboring villages took the pledge to maintain cleanliness and greenery on the occasion. Under its Green Belt Development programme the Port planned to plant 60,000 saplings during this year on the Port premises and neighborhood areas.
 
A Short Film With A Green Message 03-Jun-2016
The short film flips through the scenes of untouched glory of rural life. From a sharp decline in the groundwater levels to soaring temperatures and the impact of climate change, the 10-minute-long short film ‘Kalikalama Kalushitha Kalama’ brings out a slice of nostalgia in different layers. The duo say that the Telugu short film will turn into a training manual for those who like to do their bit to conserve planet in every possible way. The movie is only a step towards this endeavor asserts Mr. Hari Venkata Ramana. Presented and visualized by cartoonist B. Hari Venkata Ramana and scripted by editor of ‘Mannemlo’ magazine L. Mallik, the short film neatly encapsulates how the pristine charm of rural life has been affected beyond imagination.
 
International Children’s Day 02-Jun-2016
Bala Vikas Foundation (BVF) celebrated International Children’s Day on Wednesday at Government Home for Girls, located near rural MRO office. V. Bala Mohan Das, former Vice-Chancellor, ANU, who was the chief guest, said that the government should aim for the development and welfare of children by allotting more funds. He also spoke about the importance of education and advised the children to work hard to achieve their objectives. Narava Prakasa Rao, founder secretary of BVF presided over the meeting. Later, prizes and cloth bags were distributed to the inmates of the home.
 
Good Turnout At Visakha Museum 19-May-2016
Visitors at the Visakha Museum during the International Museum Day celebrations in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday. The GVMC is trying to get more funds for the development of the museum and increase the conservation activities.
 
Cultural Show Organised in Vizag 18-May-2016
To nurture creative skills among children and help them utilize summer vacation constructively. Vizag Children’s Club organised cultural programmes at Paradesipalem on Monday night. Young leaders of the club Venkatesh, Sailaja, Leela, Suresh, and Ramakrishna, along with other members of the club, presented a dance drama.
 
Three Day Veda Convention 13-May-2016
The Visakha Steel Cultural Association (VSCA) in association with the Uttarandhra Veda Vidya Trust will organise Susampanna Veda Vignana Sasaastreeya Sadassu for three days at Gurajada Kalakshetram, Ukkunagaram from Thursday.
 
 
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