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State news headlines on July 25, 2013

July 25, 2014
Hyderabad

RTA official conduct raids
HYDERABAD: The Road Transport Authorities on Friday conducted raids on a massive scale across the state in the back drop of Medak school incident. So far 120 buses were seized. In the special operations, 45 School buses were seized while, 2 in Mehadipatnam, 14 buses in LB Nagar, Medchal, Jagadgirigutta, Jeedimetla 19 buses and slapped cases for violations. It may be recalled that Nanded passenger train hit a school bus at Masaipet in Veldurthi mandal in Medak district killing 14 students and injuring another 20.

T-Deputy Chief Minister visit students at Yashoda Hospital
HYDERABAD: T-Deputy Chief Minister Rajaiah visited Yashoda hospital where 20 students injured in the yesterday Nanded train accident are treated. He enquired with the doctors of the health position and sources said that the situations of four students are reported to be serious. He said that seven students are being treated on ventilators and 40 doctors are extending their services.

Jana Sena chief to appoint adhoc committees
Jana Sena chief K Pawan Kalyan is planning to appoint adhoc committees in Andhra Pradesh Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Odisha States.
Sources said that he is in planning to complete the process of adhoc committee before 15 of August and is releasing the party logo and flag.

RTC lands to be given on lease
HYDERABAD: To make good the losses, the minister for Transport Sidda Raghava Reddy said on Friday that it is going to give the lands of RTC lands for lease.
He said that he had ordered for a special drive on private colleges and school buses. The Minister said that plans are there to construction of Visakha corridor sea boats and connectivity to High Way road. 1500 news buses will be added to the existing fleet, he said.

Kamalanathan Committee meets CS of Telangana and AP
DELHI: The Kamalanathan committee in a meeting with the Chief Secretaries of Andhra Pradesh and Telangna has finalized the guidelines and modalities. The committee has given 10 day’s time to raise objections if any. The committee offers three options to the employees’ viz., divorcees, unmarried and married couples. The distribution of employees will be based on nativity of the employee. However, the committee has not given any options who are on the edge of retirement of service. The committee informed that they are going to post the modalities on the website.

Six students health precarious’, says doctors
HYDERABAD: the health condition of six of the 20 students injured in Musaipet Nanded train accident has become serious. Sirisha, Darshan, Prashat, Nishuta, Sarat and Sravani health is said to be dangerous. Nine students health is stable and the doctors have performed surgeries on seven students. They said that five students are undergoing treatment on ventilators.

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