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Hello’s Audio to Be Launched In VSP

Posted on 07-Dec-2017

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Hello’s audio to be launched in Visakhapatnam.

Actor Akhil Akkineni is all set to greet us with his second film ‘Hello’. The movie, which is being produced by Nagarjuna Akkineni under the banner of Annapurna Studios, is written and directed by Vikram Kumar of ‘Manam’ fame. Apart from starring newcomer Kalyani Priyadarshan as the leading lady, the film’s cast also boasts of some veteran actors such as Jagapathi Babu and Ramya Krishnan.

Audio Launch in Visakhapatnam

In what is coming as heartening news to all the Tollywood fans in the city, the film’s unit has decided to launch the audio in Visakhapatnam. As informed, the event will take place in the evening hours of December 10th at the R.K Beach in the city. It has also been informed that the fans might be in for a surprise as they might be treated with some exclusive releases of the action sequences from ‘Hello’.
Grand Welcome For Pawan in Vizag Posted on 07-Dec-2017
Vizag: Actor and Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan was accorded a tumultuous welcome at Vizag airport. Thousands of people from surrounding villagers gathered there to have a glimpse of Pawan Kalyan. The youth jostled with one another to welcome the Jana Sena chief. Pawan is in Vizag to extend his support to the protesting Dredging Corporation employees. He will also console the family members of the employee who committed suicide recently. Pawan named Chalo Rey Chalo Rey Chal to his tour and said that it is only to achieve transparency in governance. It may be recalled here that DCI employee Venkatesh committed suicide opposing privatization of the Dredging Corporation and other employees are protesting the move by the government.

WBA South Asian Meet in Vizag Posted on 08-Dec-2017
The first regional South Asian conference of the World Birdstrike Association (WBA) will be held in Visakhapatnam from Dec 11 to 13. The conference, supported by the Government of Andhra Pradesh, will deliberate on the problem of birds and wild animals posing a threat to aircrafts, particularly during landing and take-off of flights, Lalita Vaswani, Vice President of WBA-South Asia and WBA Member Raman Emani told the media here on Wednesday. They underlined the importance of creating awareness on the issue of bird strike among all stakeholders including farmers, town planners, organisations for the protection of nature and environment, apart from civil aviation authorities, military, aircraft and aerodrome operators at the regional, national and global levels. The stakeholders or their representatives from various countries would participate in the conference and deliberate on the issue and the measures being taken in their respective countries to tackle the problem. The meeting would provide a platform for exchange of ideas and practices being adopted at various airports across the globe to eliminate or minimise the risks. Ms. Lalita said that the deliberations made at the conference would be sent to the authorities concerned for implementation. The WBA conference in Mexico in 2014 had decided to strengthen regional cooperation with all stakeholders within a global framework in close cooperation with the national authorities. The Bird Strike Committees of Australia, Central

TU 142 Aircraft Museum Inaugurated Posted on 09-Dec-2017
The attraction in Vizag is the first of its kind with a walk-through for visitors. President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday inaugurated the TU 142 Aircraft Museum, the first such museum in the country, on the Beach Road here in the presence of Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan and Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu. He later went through the cockpit, machinery, bombs and gunner compartments of the aircraft. Mr. Naidu presented TU 142 souvenirs and Pedana “kalamkari kanduva” to the President. Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba, Civil Aviation Minister P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of ENC Karambir Singh, Lok Sabha members K. Haribabu and Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao, Ministers Ch. Ayyanna Patrudu and N. Chinarajappa, ZP chairperson Lalam Bhavani, Port Trust Chairman M.T. Krishna Babu, Principal Secretary, Tourism, Mukesh Kumar Meena and VUDA Vice-Chairman P. Basanth Kumar, MLAs and MLCs participated. The museum is the first of its kind with a walk-through for visitors. The Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA) oversaw the execution of the 14 crore project comprising the museum complex, TU flight simulator, an audio-visual room and souvenir shop. The project, seen as a major tourist attraction with the Submarine Museum across the road, is funded by the AP Tourism. The VUDA will run the museum, set up on one acre of the Andhra University, in coordination with the Navy and the A.P. Tourism. The decommissioned TU 142 was flown in from the Arakkonam base of the

HRD minister unveils new logo Posted on 11-Dec-2017
HRD minister unveils new logo for IIM-Visakhapatnam. A new logo for IIM-Visakhapatnam was unveiled by HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao at the Institute premises on Sunday. Speaking at the occasion, Ganta said that IIM occupies a special place in AP for three reasons such as- It is located in the “City of Destiny” which is ideal for a business school, which was developed within a short span, world-class infrastructure and is imparting top-quality management education to students from 20 states across the country. The HRD minister said that IIM-Visakhapatnam has emerged as a popular source in the country for good talent right from its first batch, attracting several reputed companies which are making impressive placement offers. He also expressed his happiness that few graduates are working with the AP government and contributing to the socio-economic progress of the state. The minister emphasized that IIM has an important role in the development and growth of the State and he is looking forward to build a truly world-class and future-proof campus in the next two-three years with ambiance and aesthetics of global standards. Our goal should be to make the campus a legendary landmark, he remarked. Director of the Institute stated how fortunate IIM was to be in a city like Vizag which offers an ecosystem conducive to innovation, industry and entrepreneurship, for management education to progress. It is also laudable that AP is a leading State in the country, through its professi

Bad weather&low catch hit fishing Posted on 11-Dec-2017
Bad weather and low catch hit fishing trade in Visakhapatnam. Bad weather and low-catch is the reason behind fishing coming to a standstill in Vizag. Nearly 70 per cent of the 700-odd mechanized boats were anchored in Vizag fishing harbor. Although there was no major warning from the Meteorological Department about any storm in the sea, strong winds kept the fishermen away from sea for a week. The sea was rough and the weather worried the fishermen and this has affected the fishing activity and seafood turning dearer said that the popular varieties such as silver pom fret locally known as Chanduva fish price is about 1,000 a kg a kg in the retail markets and similarly, the price of another well-liked fish variety Seer (Konam) has gone up to Rs 900 from Rs 600 while the price of tiger prawn has touched to Rs 1,200 a kg from Rs 700 and the small prawn is also high at Rs 500 a kg due to low availability. The marine pollution has hit hard to our livelihood. There is no catch in the ocean and we used to spend over Rs 25,000 for diesel and roughly around Rs 2.5 lakh for a single voyage but the returns are very low. Unable to meet the investment, most of the boats were anchored said, president of Dolphin Boat Operators’ Welfare Association Ch Satyanarayana Murthy.

Visakhapatnam: Colony Watch – 80-feet road a double whammy for motorists. As a part of the Smart City project, the Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC) has sanctioned a broad divider and double drain at the 80-feet road in Thatichetlapalem. The works have already started but there are no safety measures taken by the contractors due to which the motorists are facing problems. The GVMC has given the road beautification project to two different contractors for double drain works and the divider. Both the works are still underway. The 80-feet road has been blocked by the construction material on both the sides and with the debris of old divider at the middle of the road. M. Suresh Babu, a resident of Thatichetlapalem said, “On Saturday night, I was about to hit my vehicle to a concrete mixer while returning home at around 1.00 am. It was parked in the middle of the road and I could hardly see it as there were no street lights.”
The old road-divider has been dug and the debris was not yet cleared. Moreover, the concrete gravel and sand was placed there for many days for the drain works. These obstruct the traffic throughout the 80-feet road stretch, which runs along busy areas of Railway New Colony, Thatichetlapalem and Akkayyapalem. Locals say the GVMC has failed in monitoring the contractors who have not taken proper steps to maintain public safety while the works are in progress. Besides, there is no lighting at the entire stretch of the road. Apart from the

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