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Tarun Joshi takes over as Kadapa SP

KADAPA, 07th Aug: A dentist turned IPS Officer Dr. Tarun Joshi assumed charge as Kadapa Superintendent of Police on Saturday. An IPS officer of the 2004 batch, Dr. Joshi worked as ASP of Godavarikhani and Adilabad and as OSD in Warangal. He was Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) in Visakhapatnam prior to this posting.

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వెలిగల్లు ప్రాంతంలో బంగారం నిల్వలు! వెలికితీతకు కంపెనీల క్యూ!!

కడప జిల్లా తో పాటు రాయలసీమ జిల్లాలో తవ్వకాలు జరిపి బంగారాన్ని వెలికితీయటానికి అనుమతులు ఇవ్వాలంటూ స్వదేశీ, విదేశీ కంపెనీలు వరుస కట్టాయి. కడప జిల్లాలోని వెలిగల్లు ఖనిజమేఖల పరిధిలో   బంగారం  నిక్షేపాలు ఉన్నట్లు తేలింది. .

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Kadapa district named after YSR

Kadapa: Andhra Pradesh government on Thursday renamed Kadapa district as YSR district on the birth anniversary of late chief minister Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy, who was popularly known by his initials. The state government issued a notification, renaming the native district of YSR.

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Rajampeta – A Major Town of YSR District

Rajampet, with a population of more than one lakh is the fourth largest town in the district. Rajampeta is located on Kadapa – Tirupati express highway at 14°11′00″N 79°10′00″E / 14.1833°N 79.1666°E / 14.1833; 79.1666.

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Proddatur (Proddutur) – Place for Gold Business

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Proddatur or Proddutur (Telugu: ప్రొద్దుటూరు) is situated on the north bank of the Penner eight miles from Yerraguntla railway station and is 51KM away from the district head quarters – Kadapa. Proddatur is certainly the wealthiest town in the Kadapa district and possibly in the Ceded (Rayalaseema) Districts. In its pressing and ginning factories large quantities of raw cotton are …

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CHARLES PHILIP BROWN – REVIEVER OF TELUGU

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CHARLES PHILIP BROWN, popularly known as C.P.Brown was the first Ideologist to publish Telugu classics with commentaries. He collected large number of palm-leaf manuscripts from remote corners of the Telugu country. He had in his pay about 20 pandits in transcribing native authors, in preparing correct editions, in framing indexes and commentaries. By providing much needed historical and rational outlook, he …

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