vijayawada oragn donation 19102016

A young guy from Jaggayyapeta from Krishna District, who is brain dead, gives life to five other, by donating organs. Vamsikrishna from Jaggayyapet in Krishna district was working as a network administrator at Mandava Engineering College and he fell sick with fever and severe headache. He was admitted in Andhra Hospital in Vijayawada. But, his condition has become serious and declared brain dead on Wednesday.

Vamiskrishna's parents Venugopal Rao and Rajeshwari came forward to donate all the useful parts of their son's body through Jeevan Dan Trust. Eyes were donated to Vasan Eye Hospital in Vijayawada and two kidneys were given to two different hospitals in Vijayawada.

The heart and liver were sent to Hyderabad through a green channel from the hospital to Gannavaram airport. A green channel is arranged in this kind of situations to ensure the entire route is clear during and the traffic is cleared. Heart was sent to Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad and Liver to Yashoda Hospital.


gannvaram airport growth 19102016

Gannavaram Airport, which is the only airport of the capital region Amaravati, is surprising everyone with its growth rate. The trend of increase in passenger traffic is growing every year, post bifurcation.

The first half of 2016-2017 financial year proved this once again. Gannavaram Airport registered a growth of 71.38 % compared to same period last year. As many as 3,19,725 passengers travelled to various destinations from Gannavaram Airport, compared to 1,86,558, in the same period in 2015-2016. Whereas for the complete financial year in 2015-2016, the total number of passengers travelled are 4,04,464.

The second quarter (July - September) in 2016-2017, a total of 1,69,558 passengers travelled from Gannavaram Airport, compared to 94,455 in the same period last year, which is a growth of 79.12%

A total of 5,764 air craft movements are seen in the first half of 2016-2017 (April to September), compared to 3,332 in the same period last year. In the same way, 3,057 aircraft movements are seen in the second quarter (July - September) in the year 2016-2017, compared to 1,711 for the same period last year, which is a growth of 78.67%.

Addition of the new airlines and new destinations have helped in the growth and this is expected to be the same trend in the future. Once the new domestic terminal and cargo are also ready, Gannavarm Airport will see a tremendous growth.

assembly ap 18102016

The Andhra Pradesh Assembly Privileges Committee has served notices to 12 MLAs from the YSR Congress Party. They have asked to come and present in before the privilege committee on 25 and 26th of this month. The further action would be taken based on the explanation give by the members.

The noticed are served, seeking explanation for their indecent behaviour in the Assembly, during the discussion on Special Category Status. YSRCP did not allow to conduct the proceedings for the whole winter session, with their behaviour, they shouted slogans, climbed on the benches before speaker, thrown files on speaker, broken the mike of speaker and even man-handled the marshals.

The YSRCP MLAs who were sent notices are:
1. Kodali Nani
2. Chevereddy Bhaskar Reddy
3. Dhadishetty Raju
4. Korumutla Srinivasulu
5. Chirla Jaggi Reddy
6. Rachamallu Sivaprasad Reddy
7. Pinella Ramakrishna Reddy
8. Alla Ramakrishna Reddy
9. Muthyala Naidu
10. Susheel Kumar
11. Kiliveti Sanjivayya
12. Kambala Jogulu


jc retirement politics 18102016

Anantapur MP, the fire brand, known for his sensational comments, JC Diwakar Reddy has announced his retirement on Tuesday. JC Diwakar Reddy told that he would not be contesting in the upcoming elections in 2019 and he would retire from politics.

JC Diwakar Reddy is one of the senior most politician in Andhra Pradesh. He has started his political career in congress and continued until 2014 elections. In 2014, he has joined TDP and won as MP from Anantapur. He has been a elected as MLA, for 6 times and also served as a Cabinet Minister in YSR cabinet.



amaravati vit univesity 18102016

Vellore Institute of Technology University, one of the premier institutions in India, is going to be the first private university which is going to come in Andhra Pradesh Capital, Amaravati.

VIT has already agreed to setup its campus in Amaravati and Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA), has already allotted the land to the university in Inavolu in the capital region. VIT University is going to invest Rs.3400 crores for its campus in Amaravati. This campus can accommodate approximately upto 32000 students in the coming 10 years.

On this regard, VIT University is going to lay foundation to the campus in Involu village on November 3rd. VIT University has called on chief minister and invited to the foundation ceremony. Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and Central Minister Venkayya Naidu, will attend the foundation ceremony on November 3rd.