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APSRTC Officers Association seeks Governor?s intervention
The APSRTC Officers Association on Friday condemned the postponement of the board meeting in Hyderabad and sought the intervention of Governor E.S.L Narasimhan to oversee smooth bifurcation of RTC...

Providential escape for bus passengers
The passengers of an APSRTC bus bound for Bhadrachalam had a miraculous escape when the super luxury bus in which they were travelling ploughed into a roadside agricultural field near Gopalraopet...

APSRTC and Railways restore normalcy
The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation and the South Central Railway that together sustained about Rs. 20 crore losses in Cyclone Hudhud due to non-operation of services and damage to...

Diesel price reduction a windfall for APSRTC
Management heaves a sigh of relief, wishes for more. The cost of fuel, lubricants and consumables, including maintenance and spares, is one factor that makes the senior officials draw and re-draw their operational plans every time there is a hike in fuel prices.

AP employees to donate Rs. 125 cr. to CM?s Relief Fund
JAC leaders hand over consent letter to Naidu

Cyclone Hudhud: All transport services in Andhra take a hit
Train, air, road and sea transport services were adversely affected yesterday and the situation is likely to be no better today due to the impact of the impending cyclone Hudhud.

Cyclone-hit Vizag limping back to normalcy
Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh), The portcity of Visakhapatnam was today limping back to normalcy withrestoration of essential supplies and public transportationservices, three days after it

Vishakhapatnam limping back to normalcy after Cyclone Hudhud
The port city of Visakhapatnam was on Wednesday limping back to normalcy with restoration of essential supplies and public transportation services, three days after it was battered by Cyclone Hudhud.

Cyclone-hit Visakhapatnam limping back to normalcy
Cyclone-hit Visakhapatnam limping back to normalcy

Hudhud fallout: 9 more death cases; Vizag on road to normalcy
District authorities today reported nine more death cases in the wake of the devastation caused by cyclone Hudhud even as the worst-hit Visakhapatnam city was limping back to normalcy with adequate supplies of essential commodities.



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