Vijayawada : The business community in Vijayawada, specially the hoteliers, have pinned their hopes on Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu's three-day-a-week administration from the city. This would boost business of all commercial establishments, ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Cabinet has resolved to carry out administration from Andhra Pradesh from June 2 by shifting as many offices of heads of departments as possible. Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu, who chaired the ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh government would invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi to lay the foundation stone for its capital, coming up in the Vijayawada region, on October 22 and also to inaugurate the construction works of the multi-purpose ...Economic Times, 14 hours ago Andhra to invite PM for laying of foundation stone for new capital DeshGujarat, 15 hours ago Andhra to Lay Foundation Stone of New Capital Amravati on October 22 New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- N. Chandrababu Naidu performs bhoomi puja for the Andhra Pradesh capital at Mandadam village in Guntur district on Saturday. Photo: CH. Vijaya Bhaskar Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago Naidu vows to build world-class capital city for Andra Pradesh IBNLive India News, 4 weeks ago Chandrababu Naidu's dream capital city project: Execution of plan in progress Meri News, 1 month ago
Hyderabad, May 25 The Singapore government on Monday unveiled the master plan for Amravathi, the new capital city of Andhra Pradesh. The master plan was submitted by Singapore's Second Minister for Trade and Industry S.Iswaran to Andhra Pradesh ...ProKerala.com, 1 month ago Singapore Releases Master Plan for Andhra's New Capital Amaravathi India-West, 1 month ago Singapore unveils master plan for Amravathi, the new Andhra capital Oneindia, 1 month ago
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View of the Mangala Devi temple in Bolara, Mangaluru. Photo: the courtyard of the new Subramnaya temple. View of the Mookambika temple from the eastern side. Photo: R. Krishnamurthy (Clockwise from top left) A view of the Saradambal and ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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