20.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Andhra Pradesh: Ruins of 13th century temple found in Rajupalem A 13th-century temple was discovered on the outskirts of Kota Nemalapuri village of Rajupalem mandal in the district. Alerted by locals, Pamulapati Srinath Reddy, an archaeologist and member of Indian Trust for Art, Culture and Heritage (Intach), visited the village and found the temple amidst … Read more

18-19.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH   Green Hydrogen Microgrid Projects In Andhra   Andhra Pradesh has been granted India’s first green hydrogen microgrid project by state-owned NTPC Ltd. Highlights The project was awarded at NTPC Ltd.’s Simhadri plant in Andhra Pradesh. At NTPC Simhadri, NTPC will work on a project called “Standalone Fuel-cell based Microgrid with hydrogen production … Read more

17.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Integrated Logistics is needed to drive growth: R KarikalValaven   The Special Chief Secretary of the Department of Industries and Commerce of Andhra Pradesh,RKarikalValaven said that integrated logistics is the need of the hour to drive growth in the logistics sector. In this connection, the State Government proposes to develop logistics parks at … Read more

16.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH India’s first Green Hydrogen Microgrid Projects in Andhra State-run NTPC Ltd has awarded India’s first green hydrogen microgrid project in Andhra Pradesh. The project has been awarded at the Simhadri plant of NTPC Ltd. in Andhra Pradesh.   NTPC will involve in “Standalone Fuel-cell based Microgrid along with hydrogen production using electrolyzer” project … Read more

15.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Centre gives green signal to three medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh The central government has given permission for the three medical colleges being constructed in the state. Union minister for health and family welfare, Dr Bharati Pravin Pawar, told Rajya Sabha on Tuesday that the clearance for the three medical colleges coming … Read more

14.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Amaravati set to be Andhra Pradesh’s judicial capital The government’s decision to clear the proposal for construction of a new building for AP high court in Amaravati may be an indication that chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is thinking of making it the state’s judicial capital. Chief justice Prashant Kumar Mishra laid the foundation stone for the construction of the … Read more

12-13.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Covid-19: Andhra Pradesh crosses 95% first dose vaccine milestone Andhra Pradesh achieved another milestone on Sunday by administering the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine to at least 95% of the eligible beneficiaries in the state. The state gave about 6.43 crore vaccine doses by 6 pm on Sunday, including 2.67 crore second dose recipients. … Read more

11.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Andhra Pradesh: Infrastructure worth Rs 33,000 crore to come up in housing layouts In a step towards adopting the ‘Indo-Swiss energy efficient building technology’ in construction of the proposed 28 lakh houses in the state, the Andhra Pradesh housing department in coordination with the AP State Energy Conservation Mission (APSECM) is conducting a national … Read more

10.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH Andhra Pradesh: Now, realtors will have to give 5% land to government in new layouts The state government has decided to take 5% of land or its equivalent value from the newly developed layouts. The government’s decision has alarmed the realty sector and property buyers. The realtors fear that the decision would eat … Read more

09.12.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH   Andhra Pradesh govt to waive Rs 10,000 crore worth housing loans through OTS   Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that the government was planning to waive Rs 10,000 crore worth housing loans of the poor through the One-Time Settlement (OTS) scheme. He further said that the government would provide free registration of the … Read more

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