Andhra Pradesh News on August 11, 2017
Group II mains revised ‘key’ released
Amaravati:: APPSC today released the Group II examination revised key. It may be recalled that the Group II examination for recruitment of 982 posts was held on July 15 and 16. The primary key was released on paper wise. The Commission advised the candidates to submit objections if any within one week. After taking into consideration of the objections, if any, final key will be released. Details can be had on http://www.psc.ap.gov.in.
Government declares August 14 as holiday under NI Act
Amaravati:: The State government has declared August 14 (Krishnastami) as holiday under Negotiable Instruments Act-1881. The Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar has on Friday issued the orders.
Promotions to District Fire Officers
Amaravati:: The State Government has issued orders promoting District Fire Officers of East Godavari, Tirupati, Nellore, Vizianagaram and Guntur. T.Uday Kumar has been promoted and transferred to Vijayawada Municipal Corporation Fire Prevention Wing.
Rs.117 crore sanctioned for purchase of new RTC buses
Amaravati:: The State government has sanctioned Rs.117 crore to the RTC for purchase of new buses. At present there are only seven sleeper buses in the RTC. Sources said that the government has directed the RTC to purchase Sleeper buses in addition to Volvo buses. The government has permitted to extend the 25% concession to senior citizens. The Principal Secretary Sumita Dawra has on Friday issued the orders.
CPI and CPI(M) gives a call to defeat TDP BJP combine candidate
Amaravati:: CPI and CPI(M) State secretaries has given a call to the voters of Nandyal constituency to defeat the TDP and BJP combine candidate in the upcoming elections. They alleged that the TDP-BJP combine are ruling in an undemocratic way both at the Centre and at the State level. They said that the TDP has failed in all fields and are deceiving the people with false promises. They said that TDP has been encouraging defections, corruption and wanted the voters to express their protest by defeating the TDP-BJP combine candidate.