Srikakulam: Left parties and its affiliated unions are opposed to the government order number 53, which was issued recently, for utilisation of water from Nagavali River to the proposed nuclear pow

Hyderabad: A moderate earthquake measuring 5.6 on the Richter scale jolted Delhi, Ranchi, Vizag, Chennai and parts of eastern and northern India.

With uncertainty over bifurcation ending, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited is keen to expedite the land acquisition process for the proposed Kovvada nuclear power park in Srikakulam d

Residents now worried about cyclone Lehar

Recent cyclones Phailin and Helen have severely hit the earnings of coconut growers in coastal districts like Srikakulam, East and West Godavari and Krishna. The two cyclones destroyed more than 110,000 coconut trees, resulting in an estimated loss of Rs 3.30 crore, according to government officials. Besides, crowns of thousands of coconut trees were damaged by heavy winds and now it would take more than a year for them to reach normal production. On average, a tree gives 300 nuts per year.

The CPI(M) has urged the State government to halt land acquisition for the nuclear power plant proposed at Kovvada village in Srikakulam district, as the Land Acquisition Bill 2013 is pending befor

Hyderabad: Ravaged by six days of rain last week, and by Cyclone Phailin a fortnight ago, Srikakulam faces another round of heavy rain.

According to the Meteorological department, isolated heavy rain may occur over Srikakulam in the next 24 hours. The district continued to receive intense rain on Sunday: Ranasthalam recorded 16 cm. The official death toll in the rains was placed at 47, with six persons still missing.

Heavy rains battering several parts of Andhra Pradesh for the last five days have left at least 42 persons dead, caused extensive damage to standing crops spread over eight lakh hectares and inunda

Heavy rains continued to lash Andhra Pradesh on Friday, leaving 17 people dead and forcing the evacuation of 67,419 others from low-lying areas.

Seventeen people were killed in various rain-related incidents as the downpour continued for the fourth consecutive day on Friday even as two others were also missing, official sources said in Hyderabad.

A day after Cyclone Phailin struck, the Andhra Pradesh government on Sunday announced that the state had by and large escaped the fury of the monster storm unscathed with only one casualty in Srika

It is expected to cross coast between Kalingapatnam and Paradip by Saturday

The authorities in 23 cyclone-prone districts of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh are bracing themselves to tackle any exigency as a cyclonic storm intensified in the Bay of Bengal on Thursday and is expected to cross the coast between Kalingapatnam and Paradip (close to Gopalpur) by Saturday evening.

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