According to reports, Penchalaiah and Kondamma got married 12 years ago and have two children.
Four young amateur filmmakers have become viral sensations with spoof action videos of famous stars. And now they are getting ready to go pro.
The Sakhi centre provides assistance to women affected by violence in public and private places. Victims are offered five services including shelter, counselling, and police, legal and medical aid.
The accused insisted the merchants speak to their senior officer and the DSP ordered them to do it. As soon as the victims stepped down from the car, the accused immediately got into it and sped off.
The village speak a different dialect, which has more than three dozen words that are not part of Telugu, or any other language.
Varadaiah and Pemmasani Murali, both construction workers for B Seenaiah & Company, were kidnapped by gunmen on December 6, 2003 and released on December 24, 2003.
Some of people who migrated from their native places in Nellore to other cities had set up PGs, hostels and had various jobs in Hyderabad, Chennai and other cities. They had returned during lockdown.
Some hire people from Odisha, West Bengal and Srikakulam to look after the lands at very low wages.
The programme is aimed at giving a facelift to schools by providing amenities including toilets, attractive wall paintings, good benches, modern kitchens and ground with playing equipment.
The function halls took one of the worst beatings in the COVID situation as they did not get many bookings even after the restrictions were eased.
Life turned a full circle for 30-year-old visually challenged Boddu Naga Lakshmi after she started making YouTube videos.
Cinemas, shopping malls, places of worship in city limits to remain shut from 6 pm to 6 am
Farmers have used drum seeders for planting of seeds at the beginning of Kharif season and now started spraying pesticides and fertilisers using drones.
Of the 65,920 samples collected, 1,747 have tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 24 hours ending 9 am on Friday in Andhra Pradesh.
TDP leaders observed that serious injustice was being done to the Andhra Pradesh farmers due to “anti-farmer policies” of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.