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Two rocks of Buddha’s footprints found at Pullur

Two sets of Lord Goutama Buddha’s footprints found  in two different places nearby Pullur (Anjaneyakottalu) in khajipet mandal of kadapa district (YSR District) in Andhra Pradesh in India. These are discovered by Mr. Tavva Obul Reddy, a telugu short story writer and  honourary president of Telugu Saamajika samskritika sahityabhivriddhi samstha(Telugu social,cultural,literary development society), on 26 th May 2012 and this …

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Tummalapalli Uranium processing plant commissioned

Uranium Plant

Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) chairman Srikumar Banerjee said that the most valuable uranium ore in the country was in M. Tummalapalle inYSR (Kadapa) district. He formally launched an uranium ore mine and processing plant at M. Tummalapalle in Vemula mandal of  YSR(Kadapa) district on Friday.

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Who is JaganMohan Reddy?

YS Jagan

Thirty nine-year-old Yeduguri Sandinti Jagan Mohan Reddy has been in the limelight ever since his father and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister YSR Reddy died in a chopper crash. The Congress did not appoint Jagan Mohan as his successor which fuelled trouble for both the faction-ridden state Congress unit and the party high command with his defiant attitude.

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70 MLAs will join Jagan soon: DL

Hyderabad: Is family welfare minister DL Ravindra Reddy moving closer to Kadapa MP YS Jagan Mohan Reddy? His remarks during an interaction with mediapersons in the Assembly lobbies on Tuesday lent credence to the rumours. Ravindra Reddy is learnt to have said that after the by-elections for the 17 Assembly seats, as many as 70 MLAs would join the Jagan …

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Tummalapalle to put AP on uranium map

Sitting on arguably the world’s largest uranium reserves, Andhra Pradesh will soon join the uranium mining map, with work at Tummalapalle plant set to start in a couple of months. According to Mr N.M. Bahl, head of the Hyderabad office of Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL),

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Kadapa SEZ fate hangs in balance

The fate of the ambitious Special Economic Zone (SEZ), envisaged to provide employment and development to the industrial sector in the district is hanging in the balance as entrepreneurs are apprehensive of investing in the proposed project, post to YSR death.

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