Hyderabad, March 9: The leader of Opposition, Mr N. Chandrababu Naidu, turned emotional in the House on Tuesday while talking about the woes of flood victims.

He slammed the government and ministers for not helping thousands of flood victims of Kurnool and Mahbubnagar districts.

Hyderabad, Nov. 24: A division bench comprising Chief Justice Anil R. Dave and C.V. Nagarjuna Reddy of the Andhra Pradesh High Court on Tuesday, told the counsel for the Centre to inform its stand on the issue of declaring the recent floods in the five districts as a national calamity.

Oct. 27: Tired of waiting for the ever-elusive officials, thousands of villagers in Mahbubnagar district joined hands to repair the main canal of the Rajolibanda Diversion Scheme damaged in the recent Tungabhadra floods.

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RAJOLI (Mahabubnagar dt.): Hundreds of poor families are literally on the road in this tiny village as they have pitched tents made of sarees after their houses collapsed following the floods ten days ago.

HYDERABAD: The swine flu virus, which was hitherto confined to a few cities in Andhra Pradesh, claimed its second victim in Mahabubnagar district on Thursday as the disease spread fast to new areas. A suspected patient was quarantined in Guntur.

July 23: Water levels in Almatti, Narayanapur and Tungabhadra dam rose to their maximum levels due to heavy rainfall in Karnataka. Water in Krishna river started flowing towards Indira Priyadarshini project in Jurala of Mahbubnagar district while water from Tungabhadra river flowed towards Srisailam project.
The irrigation officials expect the water to reach Srisailam reservoir on Friday night.

April 9: The district medical and health authorities have alerted people in the city to take precautionary measures against anthrax.
This warning was given in the wake of three deaths suspected to be caused by cutaneous anthrax in Visakhapatnam and confirmed incidence of the disease in Prakasam, Srikakulam, Chittoor, Kurnool and Mahbubnagar districts.

Enabavi, a village of 52 families, is abuzz. It is hosting farmers from the nearby Kallem village who have come here for tips on profitable agriculture. Those who missed the excitement of the Green Revolution in the 1960s can get a glimpse

June 12: Tigers are a rarity and spiders are dime a dozen. That has not prevented some forest officials from preferring the latter at the expense of the former. The Nagarjunasagar Srisailam Tiger reserve (Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary) has been witnessing a steep fall in the number of big tigers or the panthera tigris. However, the magnificent animal's official protectors are not too bothered about this and are perfectly happy discovering new kinds of spiders and herbs.

The state government on Wednesday decided to continue the controversial cloud seeding operations for another five years. Tenders have been called to select the company which will conduct the operations. A top official said that there was actually no scientific reason for continuing the programme but added that there was