19.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH Andhra Pradesh ready to hand over all Krishna projects to KRMB The AP government has decided to hand over all its projects on Krishna river to the Krishna River Management Board (KRMB) provided Telangana state also follows suit. The government issued orders in accordance with the decision of the 15th special board meeting … Read more

17-18.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH Andhra Pradesh begins budget preparation from village panchayat level As the process of formation of all local bodies is over, the state government has begun the budget planning from the village panchayat level. The exercise, which has started six months ahead of the state budget, will have three stages before it is considered … Read more

16.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Prerna Sthal was inaugurated on October 15, 2021 at Naval Science & Technological Laboratory (NSTL), Visakhapatnam The Prerna Sthal was inaugurated to mark Bharat Ratna Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s 90th birthday as well as the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’. Dr. Samir V Kamat, DRDO’s director-general (Naval Systems & … Read more

15.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra sworn in as chief justice of Andhra Pradesh high court VJustice Prashant Kumar Mishra was sworn in as the chief justice of AP high court. Governor Biswabhushan Harichandan administered the oath to Justice Mishra. While chief secretary Sameer Sharma initiated the proceedings, high court registrar general BS Bhanumati read … Read more

13.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Andhra Pradesh govt to help farmers get mechanised tools   The state government has launched YSR Farm Mechanisation Scheme to provide mechanised agriculture tools to the farmers. The government, under the scheme, will spend Rs 2,133.75 crore to establish Community Hiring Centres (CHCs) across the state. These CHCs would be attached to … Read more

12.10.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH AP CM launches Sri Venkateswara Bhakti channels in Hindi and Kannada TIRUPATI: Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy launched the Kannada and Hindi versions of Sri Venkateswara Bhakti Channel at Tirumala on Tuesday in the presence of Sri Subudendra Thirtha Swamy of Mantralayam Sri Raghavendra Swamy mutt. With an aim to propagate the tenets of the Hindu Sanathana Dharma … Read more

11.10.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Bring all Telangana projects under GRMB: Andhra Pradesh The state government has demanded all projects in Telangana to be brought under the control of Godavari river management board. At  GRMB meeting in Hyderabad which was attended by senior officials from AP and Telangana, discussions were held to bring Peddavagu under the Godavari river board’s control in the initial … Read more

09-10.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH Swechha Program Launched by Andhra Government wechha Program launched by Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy, Andhra Chief Minister, to handle the strain around Menstruation. Highlights: Sweccha translates to Freedom. The program aims to prioritize female personal hygiene and encourage a healthy dialogue of information on Menstruation. Swechha is formed to ensure affordable access … Read more

07.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

    ANDHRA PRADESH Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launches Swechha scheme for adolescent girl students Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launched the Swechha programme, which aims to improve health and hygiene of adolescent girls studying in government schools and colleges by providing quality sanitary napkins free of cost. Speaking on the … Read more

08.10.21 Daily APPSC Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH Nearly 30% coastal area in Andhra Pradesh subject to erosion: Report The National Centre for Coastal Research (NCCR) in its report has pressed the alarm bells warning that the coastline along Andhra Pradesh is facing a massive coastal erosion. Andhra Pradesh has a coastline of 974 km and of this, about 290 km … Read more

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