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CM’s Transit Halt in Vizag

Posted on 06-Jan-2017

CM’s Transit Halt...
Visakhapatnam: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who is going to Srikakulam and Vizianagaram districts on Friday to participate in the Janmabhoomi-Maa-Vooru program will make a transit halt here.

As per the schedule the Chief Minister will arrive here by a special flight at 10.15 am to leave for Rajam village in Srikakulam district by a helicopter at 10.20 am.

After participating in the programme he will leave for Dwarapudi village in Vizianagaram district to participate in the Janmabhoomi–Maa-Vooru to be held at 3.15 pm from where he will reach Vizag airport at 6.15 pm to leave for Gannavaram at 6.20 pm.
55 community toilets modernized by retrofitting to set an example. A series of measures have been taken to help the city do well in Swachh Bharat Survekshan having achieved fifth rank in all-India rankings in 2015. Swachh Survekshan team will conduct the survey this year from January 7 to 9. Ahead of the survey setting an example in the State 55 community toilets were modernized by retrofitting Municipal Commissioner M. Hari Narayanan said here on Thursday. Visakhapatnam received three awards of the State government in cleanliness on October 2.

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Sankranti Spirit Pervades Posted on 07-Jan-2017
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Colourful Kites Dot City Skyline Posted on 09-Jan-2017
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Call to Focus on Swachh Visakha Posted on 10-Jan-2017
President of Chaitanya Sravanthi Shirin Rehman on Monday said the focus should be on Swachh Viskha in implementing the smart city project. She was addressing teachers and students of B.V.K. Junior College at an awareness programme and explained to them the importance of Swachh Survekshan. Ms Shirin Rahman urged the students to play a significant role in keeping the environs clean and developing the city into a smart city. In the end, she spoke about the intensive cleanliness drive taken up by Chaitanya Sravanthi and how the NGO made an impact in bringing attitudinal change among the residents of Peda Jalaripeta, Paindorapeta and Chilakapeta.

Hindi Lessons a Hit Abroad Posted on 11-Jan-2017
Increase in number of students in U.S. taking up Hindi as a foreign language. It was his sheer love for the language of Hindi which brought Elmar Renner from Germany to India six years ago. Today he not only has a flawless command over the language but also is an assistant professor of Hindi, Sanskrit and Urdu in Copenhagen University in Demark which has seen an increasing interest in learning Hindi as a foreign language among Europeans. At the New York University’s (NYU) College of Arts and Science this year, around 80 students have enthusiastically taken up a foreign language class with one agenda — mastering the Hindi alphabet. In the U.S., there are a growing number of Westerners who have, in recent years, shown great interest in keeping pace with India’s rising global influence by learning the national language of the country.

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