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Colombo Flight Tickets Till May 17 15-May-2017
VISAKHAPATNAM: Sale of tickets of direct flights from Vizag to Colombo has already commenced in the city. Sri Lankan Airlines is launching direct flights from July 8 this year. The flight would operate four days a week on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. The price of tickets for a round-trip from Vizag to Colombo would be Rs 13,000 per person. The tickets are available with about 60 travel operators in the city and online. Tours and Travels Association of Andhra chairman O Naresh Kumar and president Kanneganti Vijayamohan said the flight would leave Colombo at 7.10 am and arrive in Vizag at 9.10 am. It would leave Vizag at 10.10 am and reach Colombo at 12.15 pm.
 
Multi-Organ Surgery Performed 13-May-2017
A multi-organ resection surgery was successfully performed at HCG Pinnacle Cancer centre. Consultant, surgical oncology, Raghu Vamsi N said the patient Satya Rao (47) from Rajam in Srikakulam had complaints in the left upper abdomen and back pain for three months with occasional bleeding from the rectum. He was diagnosed with cancer of the colon, involving pancreas, spleen and left kidney and was advised a multi-organ resection procedure, which involved the removal of tumor along with distal half of pancreas, spleen, left kidney and left side of colon. The whole team of HCG Pinnacle, including the support staff was involved in the post-operative care. He said the patient was coping well with the chemotherapy regimen.
 
Sri Lankan Airlines To Debut in VSP 12-May-2017
Good news for all those wanting to travel to Sri Lanka & in general just wanting much better international connectivity from Vizag! No longer do you have to fly from elsewhere instead of from Visakhapatnam because the Tours and Travels Association of Andhra Pradesh has officially announced the operation of Sri Lankan Airlines from the city. The flight operations will be kickstarting from July 8. The flight will operate four times per week on every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. It will leave Colombo at 7:10 AM and arrive at Vizag by 9:10 AM. The departure from Vizag will be at 10:10 AM, reaching Colombo by 12:15 PM. Sri Lankan Airlines has even launched special Economy Fares for ticketing before May 17 and for travel till November.
 
Facelift For Vizag Railway Station 11-May-2017
Visakhapatnam: As a part of Railway Station Development Project introduced by the Indian Railways, the Visakhapatnam Railway Station will be upgraded with two additional platforms coming up on the Gnanapuram side for which action plan is in progress. The private agencies which came forward to take up the unique project of Railway Station Development under Public-Private-Participation (PPP) mode were already given a detailed report about various amenities needed in the station along with two additional platforms by the local authorities. With the two new platforms, the local railway station is getting a new look.
 
Poo is a big girl now 06-May-2017
Malvika Raaj who played young Poo in KKKG is making her debut in Telugu movies Remember young Poo, the girl who loved reciting the tongue twister Chandu ke chacha ne chandu ke chachi ko to bully boys in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum ? That little kid Malvika Raaj has turned into a tall young woman who is taking the ramp by storm and making her way into films. Her instagram posts show she is a busy model who loves shooting and walking the ramp. The girl hasn’t changed much in her looks. In town to complete the shooting of her film Jaidev with débutan Ghanta Ravi Teja, Malvika is excited about her debut. Being directed by Jayant Paranje, Jaidev is slated for an early May release. She was seen having dinner with her father who is also producer/director. The entire unit was flying to Slovenia to shoot for a song sequence. Malvika says she loved being in Hyderabad during her shoot; her favourite shooting spot has to be Ramoji Film City. She was pampered on the sets with good food and being a food lover, she loved the local cuisine she was served. Malvika is the granddaughter of late Jagdish Raj who entered the Guinness World record for being the most typecast actor — he played the role of a police inspector 144 times.
 
After Banaganapalle Mangoes 06-May-2017
After Banaganapalle Mangoes, state to pitch four more crops for GI tag VISAKHAPATNAM: With the Banaganapalle mangoes getting GI (Geographical Indication) registration tag recently, the horticulture department is gearing up to pitch four more horticultural crops for the tag. As per the proposal mooted last year, the department will seek to obtain GI tag for Tella Chekkerakeli Banana grown in coastal districts, Cashew from Palasa in Srikakulam, Duggirala Turmeric in Guntur and KP Onion in Rayalseema during the next one year. Horticulture department commissioner Chiranjiv Chowdhary told TOI: "We had identified five products for GI tag last year, out of which we went ahead with Banaganapalle mangoes first, in view of its popularity. Now that we are familiar with the process, we will go ahead ahead with the other four products." "The process is likely to take about one year as sufficient time has to be given to the public to raise objections if any. Besides, other formalities need to be completed," he added. Obtaining the tag will boost exports, he said. "We are developing marketing linkages and also going to provide publicity so that farmers can make the most of it. We have a lot of work to do as these are the special products of AP. Our aim is to provide value to the products by getting them the tag which helps in branding and value addition," Chowdhary said. As per the application made to the GI Registry, Banaganapalle mangoes also known as Beneshan, Baneshan, Beni...
 
AP govt holdsits ground onINSViraat 06-May-2017
AP govt holds its ground on INS Viraat projectbr> He said that the DPR is to prepare plan for civil works and refurbishment in INS Viraat. In addition to this, the consultants will also help in collection of memorabilia for the proposed museum aboard INS Viraat. Confirming the development, a senior tourism department official said, "The project is live." The consultants will be involved in assisting the department of tourism in preparing the detailed scope of work for preparation of the detailed project report and also assist in shortlisting the DPR consultants. Incidentally, during a visit last month, tourism secretary N Srikanth too had mentioned that the government is looking to convert the aircraft carrier into a tourist attraction under public private partnership mode.
 
A victory of ‘Swachha’ campaign 06-May-2017
Social media campaigns lead Vizag to record highest citizen participation as the city climbs to the third spot in Swachh Survekshan - 2017 Visakhapatnam or Vizag is not referred to as the evergreen, clean city for nothing: a canopy of greens in the hills surrounding the city, beautiful parks and a picturesque Beach Road reported to be one of the longest in the world. The City of Destiny catapulting to the third place in this year’s Swachh Survekshan - a massive survey rating cleanliness efforts put in by municipalities in 434 Indian cities - has reaffirmed the image it shares among the top clean cities of the country. It was celebration time for the people of Vizag with social media flooded with euphoric messages after Visakhapatnam climbed two places up in this year’s survey compared to its fifth position in 2016. Unlike the previous edition, this year’s Swachh Survekshan gave significant weightage to what citizens feel, with citizens’ feedback making up almost one third of the points given (600 marks were given to citizen feedback apart from 900 marks for municipal data and 500 marks for independent assessment). What perhaps worked out in favour of Vizag, apart from the municipal data, was the effective social media campaign led by the Residents Welfare Associations and the team of Swachh Bharat ambassador which hugely improved citizen participation in the survey. According to the data available on the Swachh Bharat website, 1,92,651 Vizagites participated in ...
 
Mission has just begun,Eamcettopper 06-May-2017
Mission has just begun, Eamcet toppers dream big Visakhapatnam: Nandyala Tejeswar, son of an engineering professor from Gyatri Vidya Parishad Engineering College, scored the second rank in the AP Eamcet-2017 Agriculture and Veterinary entrance test while Gulla Niranjan, the son of a security supervisor and a small town boy who hails from Balagaum-Parvvathipuram in Vizianagaram district, topped the Eamcet-2017 Engineering charts from the North Coastal Districts by scoring the 16th rank in the APEamcet-2017 Engineering entrance test whose results were declared on Friday. Both the boys are Chaitanya-Narayana products. Gulla Niranjan's father G Balaram who works in Chhattisgarh Raipur as a security supervisor observed, "I'm very happy for my son. He has shown a lot of dedication and grit. He is somebody who is totally focussed on his goals and I'm sure he will do well in the coming days." Niranjan himself, a shy young boy, said that he will opt for the top IITs. The boy who scored rank 277 in JEE-Mains 2017 noted that he would be writing the JEE-Advanced which will be conducted on May 21. Niranjan noted, "Right now I need to focus on the coming exams as it is too early to celebrate." Nandyala Tejeswar who scored the second rank in the AP Eamcet-2017, Agriculture and Veterinary sciences exam observed that he would have to wait for a while to celebrate as he is appearing for the NEET-2017 exam which would be held on May 7, Sunday. The boy's father N Rama Krishna, profe...
 
Rural AP will get concrete roads 06-May-2017
‘Rural AP will get concrete roads and LED lights’ Anakapalli/Payakaraopeta (Visakhapatnam): The state government will provide concrete roads, LED streetlights and underground drainage channels to all the villages in Andhra Pradesh in the next two years, said panchayatraj minister Nara Lokesh on Friday. Addressing thousands of people at NREGS Vijayotsava Sabha held at Uddandapuram in Payakaraopeta, Lokesh said the central government has allotted a Rs 4,000-crore special package to address the drinking water problems in the state. He assured the people of Anakapalli and Payakaraopeta Assembly constituencies that he will also allot additional funds to provide a permanent solution. "The government's aim is to provide facilities in rural areas. Several development works will be taken up in the next two years that will change the face of rural AP," Lokesh said. He also distributed cycles to girl students. The panchayatraj minister also offered prayers to Goddess Nukambica in Anakapalli and laid foundation stones for various projects. He also interacted with women in the temple premises. Later, Lokesh met party cadres in Anakapalli and pointed out that the constituency has been a TDP bastion for years. In a public meeting at Kasimkota, the TDP national secretary said he will take a decision over reviving Tummapala Sugar factory as well as clearing the payment of Rs 12 crore to farmers and employees soon. Lokesh also laid foundation stones for drinking water projects at Kas...
 
 
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