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Kakinada: Heavy rains hit power supply hit due to rains
Deccan Chronicle

Kakinada: Heavy rains hit power supply hit due to rains

Kakinada: The waters of Bay of Bengal remained very rough near Uppada in Kakinada coast. Officials stopped the traffic from Kakinada-Uppada-Addaripet beach road. Five huts were washed away into the sea at Konapapapet village in U. Kothapalli mandal. Deccan Chronicle, 6 days ago

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The Hindu, 3 weeks ago

E.A.S. Sarma demands action on accident

Former IAS officer E.A.S. Sarma has asked the Labour Department to launch criminal prosecution against Divi’s Lab at Uppada near Bheemli where a fire broke out on April 6.Expressing concern at death o...
 The Hindu1 month ago E.A.S. Sarma demands action  The Hindu1 month ago

Branding, niche play breathe new life in handloom sector

After fighting a losing battle with powerlooms in the mass segment for several years, the Ministry of Textiles has decided to totally exit from mass production of handloom fabric and focus on the premium segment. For this, it is looking to build ...
 DNA India3 days ago

Seine fishing proves a boon during ban

Concern over breeders getting caught in the net Notwithstanding the 60-day fishing ban in the Bay of Bengal to pave the way for breeding of fish species, fishermen from Kakinada rural are venturing into the sea for fishing by using shore seines.
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Does government means business on safety audit?

Promises by people holding high office to make it mandatory have remained only on paper Frequent industrial accidents have raised public alarm with the talk of conducting safety audit of each and every hazardous, chemical, and process industry ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Does government mean business on safety audit?  The Hindu3 weeks ago

IHB tag for 10 products

Ten handloom products of the State have obtained the India Handloom Brand (IHB) tag of the Ministry of Textiles, which will help promote them in the global market. According to the Weavers Service Centre (WSC) in Vijayawada, prominent among them ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Andhra Pradesh News on April 16, 2016

KAKINADA: Subhapradam to begin on May 22:: Hindu Dharma Prachara Parishad of the TTD is conducting Subhapradam a personality development training programme for high school students for 8 days from May 22. Training will be imparted in human values ...
 AndhraNews.net1 month ago

CPI (M) seeks safety audit of chemical units in North Andhra

CPI (M) State Secretariat member Ch. Narsinga Rao and district secretary K. Loknadham on Saturday demanded safety audit of all chemical units in north Andhra and a criminal case registered against Divi's Laboratories Ltd at Uppada near ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Chennai's new Kanjeevaram warrior

Ahalya S. is at the forefront of an effort to preserve a Tamilian sari-weaving tradition that has stayed true to itself I am wearing a Raw Mango sari to meet Ahalya S., the co-founder and creative head of the sari, apparel and jewellery brand ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Weaves of India exhibition till Sunday

Artisans from different parts of the country have put on display silk and cotton saris and other products under the banner Weaves of India in the city now. It will be open till Sunday from 10.30 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. at Loyola Hall, St. Aloysius ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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