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Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has said the launch of the first international flight service from Vijayawada to Singapore from December 4 will herald a new era in the history of Amaravati.
Team Amaravati’s Jonas Andersson qualified for the final race by finishing fifth on the second day of Amaravati F1H2O Power Boat Racing Championship on Saturday.
The second edition of the Amaravati Global Music and Dance festival 2018, conducted by the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Authority, began on a grand note on Friday.
The National Disaster Response Force and State Disaster Response Force have been coordinating with the tourism department to take all the precautions necessary.
As many as 300 people from across the State had applied and 100 made it to the pre-finals where they were judged by the acclaimed jury.
The State government has issued orders to finalise the new State emblem on Wednesday.
Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu observed that the State, like a slave, was paying taxes on the construction of Amaravati to the Centre despite being in crisis.
He also suggested the party leaders to stay positive, which, he said, will always lead to success.
The Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA) postponed the bookings for the second spell of HappyNest flats to be built in Amaravati.
E Sivanagi Reddy, CEO of Cultural Center of Vijayawada and Amaravati, which organised the meet, guided them through the post-event excursion.
The ADCL has already had a few discussions regarding the possibility of creation of cascades
According to information, the existing road will be extended till the E9 Road which is being developed in the capital region.
We suspect that the prime accused revealed his attack plan to her, an official from the police department said.
APCRDA said that it is the first Secretariat in the world to be 212 metres tall and the first building in the country to have a twin elevator system.
This is further corroborated by the Malkapuram (Ibrahimpatnam) inscription of Qutb Shahi-ul-Mulk, dated March 20, 1531 AD, which records that the Sultan captured many forts including Kondapalli.