Top And Trending News From AP On July 3

1. Rajahmundry Realtor Murdered By Wife, Sons, Brother-in-Law

Family disputes led to the murder of a 54 year-old real estate businessman, V Pattabhi Ramareddy here just after midnight on Monday. He was attacked brutally by his wife, two sons, and his wife's brother in Hukumpeta rural mandal at Rajahmundry district. It is reported that Pattabhi Ramareddy had been estranged from his family for more than four years.

2. AP EAMCET Counselling Dates Revised To July 8

The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has revised counselling dates to July 8 for engineering and pharmacy programmes in Andhra Pradesh-based colleges. Students can check the revised dates in the official website apeamcet.nic.in.

Important Dates

8-9 July: Rank 1- Rank 30,000

10-11 July: 30,001 Rank -75,000 Rank

12-13 July: 75,001 Rank-Last Rank

14 July: Change of Options till last rank

16 July: Allotment

3. Five Projects In AP Are Being Operated With International Aid: Nirmala Sitharaman

nion Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman informed the Parliament that five projects in Andhra Pradesh are being executed with aid received from World Bank in the last three years.

Seetharaman was responding to a question posed by MPs KVP Ramachandra Rao and Mohammed Ali Khan in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.

4. Security of Chandrababu Not Downgraded: Home Minister Sucharitha

Home Minister Mekathoti Sucharitha clarified that the allegations being made by TDP leaders that Chandrababu Naidu's security was downgraded were untrue.

Speaking to press persons here on Tuesday, Sucharitha pointed out that their government was providing security to Chandrababu with 74 security personnel as against the mandated 58, while retaining the Z Plus category security cover.

5. CM YS Jagan To Inspect Spandana Grievance Redressal Programme

Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will conduct surprise checks to see how Spandana grievance redressal programme is being carried out across various government offices in the State. YS Jagan held a teleconference with district collectors and SPs on Tuesday to review how Spandana programme was received by people and to know the issues faced by officials. The initiative kick started on Monday with aim to resolve people's issues at the earliest with officials concerned receiving their complaints in person.

Let's block ads! (Why?)