Tuesday, December 05, 2023
  • ASI unearthed old historic trade site

    ASI finds 8th century objects, trade centre remains in Andhra

    India | October 25, 2019 17:45 IST

    The excavation done, 80 kilometres east of Tirupati and Nellore, by the ASI team has discovered the remains of a huge settlement surrounded by a massive brick enclosure. Among many antiquities unearthed, is a life-sized Vishnu sculpture and a wide variety of pottery of the early centuries of the current era.

  • Pregnant Tribal Woman Cuts Baby out with a blade

    With nearest hospital 10 km away, tribal woman in AP cuts own womb to deliver baby

    India | December 27, 2016 12:43 IST

    In a glaring example of the shoddy state of India’s healthcare system and its access particularly to the marginalised and economically downtrodden, a tribal woman in Maredumilli mandal in Andhra Pradesh was forced to cut open her own womb to deliver

  • cm chandrababu naidu performs bhoomi puja for andhra capital

    CM Chandrababu Naidu performs 'bhoomi puja' for Andhra capital

    India | June 06, 2015 14:24 IST

    Vijayawada:  Amid chanting of Vedic hymns, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday performed 'bhoomi puja' or ground breaking ceremony of the new state capital Amaravathi.As the clock struck 8.49 a.m., Naidu accompanied

  • ap govt to organise baata under mass contact mission

    AP govt to organise 'Baata' under mass contact mission

    Politics | July 10, 2012 16:43 IST

    Hyderabad, July 10: With unrest and disgust growing among people due to a host of problems, the Congress government in Andhra Pradesh has decided to do some “damage control” by placing the “facts” before them.

  • bjp demands white paper on power situation on ap

    BJP demands white paper on power situation on AP

    Politics | July 06, 2012 17:19 IST

    Vijayawada, July 6: Opposition BJP today demanded a white paper on the current power situation in Andhra Pradesh.Talking to reporters here, State BJP leader B Dattatreya said the state was reeling under frequent power cuts