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Stalin expresses support to Narayansamy's protest

Puducherry, Feb 17 (UNI) Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) President M K Stalin visited Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayansmay at his agitation site and expressed his support to the chief minister’s agitation.

Later, talking to news persons, Stalin demanded that Lt Governor Kiran Bedi should be recalled.
He said that Kiran Bedi may have functioned well as a police officer.
"But now ,working for the BJP as the Lt Governor of Puducherry is against democracy. It is a shame that Prime Minister Narendra Modi failed to attend this issue. Kiran Bedi failed to cooperate with the elected government from day one in office and she be recalled.", he added.

He also said that BJP will never succeed in coming to power through the 'back door', with the help of Governors/Lt Governors.
Meanwhile, the Lt Governor Kiran Bedi reached Puducherry at 1530 hours and entered Raj Nivas, cutting short her Delhi visit. Bedi who left Puducherry on Feb 14 announced then that she will be back on February 20. It may be noted that she had invited Chief Minister and his cabinet colleagues to Raj Nivas for talks in this evening.
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TS Transport Min walks to spread road safety awareness

16 Jun 2019 | 4:49 PM

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Hyderabad, Jun 16 (UNI) Telangana Transport Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy on Sunday took part in a two-km walk, organised by KIMS Hospital, Secunderabad here, to spread awareness about road safety, in order to curb traffic and bring down a number of accidents in the state.

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Notorious criminal brutally murdered in AP

16 Jun 2019 | 4:49 PM

Vijayawada, Jun 16 (UNI) A notorious criminal was brutally murdered by unidentified miscreants in the wee hours on Sunday at loco shed in town area.

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Rule of law not being practiced in Pondy: Anbazhagan

16 Jun 2019 | 4:25 PM

Puducherry, Jun 16 (UNI) AIADMK legislature party leader A Anbazhagan on Sunday charged that the rule of law is not being practiced in Puducherry.

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Bhatti wards off Andhra CM from attending Kaleswaram inauguration programme

Bhatti wards off Andhra CM from attending Kaleswaram inauguration programme

16 Jun 2019 | 4:23 PM

Hyderabad, Jun 16 (UNI) Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Bhatti Vikramarka on Sunday urged Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy not to attend the inauguration programme of Kaleswaram Lift Irrigation Project, scheduled to be held on June 21.

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Amrita University joins EU missions in India to reduce carbon footprint

Amrita University joins EU missions in India to reduce carbon footprint

16 Jun 2019 | 3:56 PM

Thiruvananthapuram, Jun 16 (UNI) Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham joined more than 15 others with the European Union and signed the 'Green Pledge', extending commitment to adopt a number of sustainable measures including reducing plastic use, managing waste responsibly and reducing water and electricity consumption.

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