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Sports academies on anvil

Posted on 15-Jul-2017

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Visakhapatnam: The district will soon have archery, cycling and rifle shooting academies, district sports development officer John Geliat said, adding that sports enthusiasts aged between 15 and 18 years will be trained in the academies.

Addressing the media here on Friday, Geliat said every academy will train 20 players. "Athletes coming from rural and Agency areas will be provided with boarding facilities," she said, adding that such facilities will be set up at Narsipatnam and Yelamanchili.

"Players who excel at the academies will be referred to state, national and international championships," Geliat said. "The academies will inculcate sportsmanship among the youth in rural and Agency areas which lack proper sports related infrastructure," Geliat said.

She also said that district-level selections in cycling will be held at Aqua Sports Complex on Beach Road on Sunday, while selections for archery and rifle shooting will be held at Samskruthi Global School at Parawada on Monday.
RINL signs MoU with CCI Posted on 17-Jul-2017
RINL signs MoU with CCI for setting up cement plant. Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited, the corporate entity of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant and Cement Corporation of India (CCI), a PSU under Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Vishakhapatnam to set up 2 mtpa fly ash and blast furnace slag based cement plant in a Joint Venture in two phases of one million tonne capacity each, said a Steel Ministry release on Friday. Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited, the corporate entity of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant and Cement Corporation of India (CCI), a PSU under Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Vishakhapatnam to set up 2 mtpa fly ash and blast furnace slag based cement plant in a Joint Venture in two phases of one million tonne capacity each, said a Steel Ministry release on Friday. RINL generates a large quantity of BF slag and fly ash, prime raw material for the cement plant. The JV Project cost is approximately Rs 150 crore RINL is offering around 35 acres of land for the proposed plant in its premises. The project is proposed to be completed in 15 months from the date of placement of order.

ECoR cancels 12 trains in Orissa Posted on 17-Jul-2017
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Vijaya Bank in expansion mode Posted on 18-Jul-2017
Plans to open 50 more branches in State in two years Vijaya Bank is contemplating a massive expansion with plans to open 50 more branches in Andhra Pradesh during next two years. Executive Director B.S. Rama Rao said on Monday that at present they had 115 branches. Fifteen of the new branches would be set up during the current fiscal. He was speaking to the media here on Monday after inaugurating a branch at Narsipatnam in the district. He said the opening of the semi-urban branch in the district was another step towards extending the best banking services to the people of the district. The bank has 199 branches with 202 ATMs in Telugu States of AP and Telangana. The opening of new branch takes the total number of branches in the country to 2,033. He said “Vijaya Bank all India business volume stands at ₹ 230,184 crore as on March 31, 2017 with 132,983 crore through deposits.”

RINL junior trainee exam cancelled Posted on 18-Jul-2017
Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited, corporate entity of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, has cancelled the junior trainee exam it conducted through a private agency on July 7. The examination was cancelled following complaints about two exams – the junior trainee and field assistant trainee being conducted simultaneously despite the fact that 10th and ITI passed candidates were eligible to apply for both the posts. RINL in a notification stated that the new date for exam would be notified through its website www.vizagsteel.com.

Integrated museum complex on Beach Posted on 18-Jul-2017
Integrated museum complex on Beach Road mooted. Even as on-site work on TU-142 fighter aircraft museum has to gather momentum for a formal inauguration by August 15, an integrated tourist museum complex is on the cards on the Beach Road. According to plans being worked out by officials, the museum complex comprises Victory-at-Sea Memorial, Kursura Submarine museum and Rajiv Smruti Bhavan. The integrated museum combines all of them for tourists with a single ticket and may take about half a day for the visit, according to information available. An audio-visual show on the Kursura submarine and TU-142 is being planned with life on them and how they worked. A laser show is also on the cards. The integrated museum was mooted at a meeting the Chief Minister had with the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the ENC and the District Collector during his visit to receive the decommissioned TU-142. The project is being executed for the Tourism Department by VUDA. Responding to the Expression of Interest (EoI) called for by VUDA, four consultants have submitted technical and financial bids to prepare the design. The designs will be examined by a committee of officials comprising VUDA Vice-Chairman, the Chief Engineer, officials from the Navy, the Tourism Department and GVMC. After technical qualification, a combined evaluation with price bids will be taken up to finalise the agency, it was learnt. After finalising the design, the next process of preparing detailed project report

A refreshing list of flavours Posted on 18-Jul-2017
A refreshing list of flavours for chai lovers On a rainy Monday morning, Y. Sai Kumar gets busy filling the glasses to the brim with hot tea and serving them to a host of auto-drivers, shoppers and students who line up for the much- required dose of refreshment at his stall. The clinking of the cups gets louder as the tea-maker sets the transparent containers ready for the customers who wait eagerly to relish the steaming hot chai followed by a mouthful bite of a biscuit dipped in tea. With customised spices and masala powder prepared by the chai-wala, more than 100 flavours are brewed at the tiny outlet located near the Yellamma temple near the Jagadamba junction. Sai Kumar was very young when he learnt the art of making tea at a tiffin outlet located in Kukatpally, Hyderabad. However, he was quick enough to hone his skills and come up with new variants. “I was 13 when I made the first tea for a customer. However, I absorbed the techniques required for the perfect blend quick enough to bring a smile on customer’s face after sipping it,” says the tea-vendor. Unable to find a job suitable, Sai Kumar decided to start his own venture a few years later. His first outlet was set up at Gachibowli, Hyderabad, which turned out to be an instant hit among the locals. “After a decade, I moved to Visakhapatnam so that I can stay close to my parents and relatives,” he told The Hindu. Soon, his outlet — My Favourite Tea — that offers assorted flavours turned into a stopover for severa

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