Vijayawada, April 26: The joint collector, Mr Gaurav Uppal, on Monday asked the cement company managements located in Jaggaiahpet region to furnish the details of the measures to be taken up by the companies to check environment pollution.

Vijayawada, April 25: The minister for rural water supply, Mr Pinepi Viswarup, said the government sanctioned Rs 300 crore to mitigate drinking water problem in the state during summer and has been making tireless efforts to resolve the drinking water problem in the rural areas.

VIJAYAWADA, April 20: Over 600 workers laid a siege to the mandal development office in Jaggaiahpet on Tuesday demanding full payment of wages for the works under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS).

BHUBANESWAR: The State Government today sought inclusion of four more districts under the Left Wing extremist-hit area development scheme.

Vijayawada, April 12: District in-charge minister, Mr Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy, said on Monday supply of drinking water and power are the two top priorities in the Prajapatham programme to be organised from April 19 to May 14.

AP Cabinet approves a slew of Bills.

The Andhra Pradesh Cabinet today approved a proposal to develop a Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) for the rapidly expanding towns of Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada.

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Vijayawada, March 14: The Zilla Parishad chairman, Mr K. Nageswara Rao, on Sunday asked the Rural Water Supply (RWS) officials to conduct mandal-level meetings immediately and submit a report to the district administration to address the drinking water problem that will arise in the ensuing summer.

VIJAYAWADA, March 5: Villagers of Ibrahimpatnam urged the government to distribute sufficient copies of the Environment Impact Asse-ssment (EIA) report prepared by the Andhra Prad-esh Pollution Control Board on the proposed 182 MW Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power plant in Ibrahimpatnam.

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Feb. 25: The public health department officials sent a proposal to the government to release Rs 1.89 crore to implement the summer action plan in the 12 municipalities in the district to solve drinking water problem.