Author : Anjaneyulu L


EG sees steep rise in air pollution

EG sees steep rise in air pollution

Aug 19,2016 , 01:35 AM IST | Andhra Pradesh
The dangerous gases emitted by vehicles like Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Benzyne and Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) are the prime cause of pollution,” said Consumer Welfare Association president D Ramana Raju.He said that currently, air pollution seemed to be a marginalised issue and the government authorities were mild in dealing with pollution issues. 
Kakinada on the edge as pig menace worsens

Kakinada on the edge as pig menace worsens

Aug 12,2016 , 01:25 AM IST | Andhra Pradesh
The residents of the city lament that the corporation is not responding to the complaints lodged with it. They worry that pigsties in residential areas have wider ramifications, and would cause spread of viral fevers.
EG poised for rapid industrialization.

EG poised for rapid industrialization.

Jul 24,2016 , 11:39 PM IST | Andhra Pradesh
With the rising aspirations of local people, the semi-urban towns are looking for avenues for increased development in terms of businesses and industries for creating more job opportunities for the unemployed youth.
Garbage piles up in government hospital.

Garbage piles up in government hospital.

Jul 09,2016 , 11:50 PM IST | Telangana
The government hospital in the town, always teeming with patients and doctors has become a dumping yard for garbage with the officials concerned remaining indifferent in cleaning up the mess. It is one of the largest hospitals in the Telangana State where patients come from several other districts  
Industries to put EG in the fast lane

Industries to put EG in the fast lane

Apr 12,2016 , 01:25 AM IST | Andhra Pradesh
District Industries Centre General Manager D David Sundar Kumar said that the government is committed to bring transparency and simplification in the taxation regime and improving ease of doing business in the State.
Housing scheme: Banks cooperation sought

Housing scheme: Banks cooperation sought

Apr 11,2016 , 05:09 AM IST | Andhra Pradesh
The decks have been cleared for allotment of 24,340 houses to eligible beneficiaries under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). Under the scheme, a two-bed room flat will be built for the poor and slum dwellers. But the scheme has been facing hiccups as the banks are hesitating to give fresh loans citing outstanding loans to the tune of Rs 50 crore, which were sanctioned for the housing projects.