Mid Day news 06 November 2018

Mid Day news 06 November 2018
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Mid Day news 06 November 2018

Srinivas Sister Sees Big Conspiracy In Jagan Attack Case

Srinivas, the accused in YSR Congress Party President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy attack case , sister Ratnakumari suspected the role of some political forces behind the attack.....Read more

Government plans to set up another 25 junior colleges

Guntur: The government to set up another 25 government junior colleges from the next academic year in the mandals where no government, aided and private junior college was set up so far. The MLAs urged the government to set up fifty government colleges .......Read more

HappyNest bookings: CRDA to open bookings on November 9

Vijayawada: Expressing happiness over launching the first public housing project ‘HappyNest’ in Amaravati capital by Capital Regional Development Authority (CRDA), Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu ......Read more

Roja to campaign in Parigi

Vikarabad: YSRC district president Kolla Yadaiah along with party Kodangal ticket aspirant T Balraju met party leader R K Roja in Hyderabad on Monday. They invited her to take part in poll campaign .......Read more

TRS leader Phirangi Narayana stoned to death in Vikarabad

TRS leader Phirangi Narayana stoned to death in Sultanpur village of Pargi in Vikarabad. According to police, on Sunday clash occured between the Narayana group and the rival group due to which the murder took place. ......Read more

Congress-JD-S alliance in Karnataka has turned out beneficial: Chidambaram

New Delhi: Former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Tuesday said the lesson of the 4-1 victory in the parliamentary and assembly bypolls in Karnataka is that the alliance has turned out beneficial........Read more

JD-S, Congress lead in Karnataka bypolls

Bengaluru: Karnataka's ruling coalition Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) and Congress are leading in two seats each in the vote count for the three Lok Sabha and two assembly seats, a poll official said.....Read more

BJP mixes religion with politics in development schemes: Mamata Banerjee

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday slammed the BJP for "mixing religion with politics in all development programmes" and "delaying" important projects......Read more

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