07-08.01.18 Andhra Pradesh (APPSC) Daily Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH Comprehensive water policy to drive away drought, says Naidu   Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu asserted on Sunday that his government would implement a comprehensive policy to ensure judicious utilisation of water and drive away drought.   Naidu Read More …

Asafjahi Dynasty

Andhra Pradesh- Ashafjahi Dynasty Asaf Jahi Dynasty and seven generations of the family ruled the Deccan for 224 years upto 1948. During this period several buildings of archaeological and public importance were built. Notable among them are: Purani Haveli, Chow Read More …

25.11.17 Andhra Pradesh (APPSC) Daily Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH   N Sambasiva Rao appointed as Andhra Pradesh DGP   The Andhra Pradesh governmentappointed 1984-batch IPS officer N Sambasiva Rao as the state police chief despite the Union Home Ministry rejecting his candidature on earlier occasions. He has been holding Read More …

01.11.17 Andha Pradesh (APPSC) Daily Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH   Andhra Pradesh to launch 10 irrigation projects   The AP government is set to launch 10 of 28 irrigation projects planned for completion by end of December 2017, within the next fortnight.   The Purushothapatnam and Pattiseema lift Read More …

Andhra Pradesh Economy and its main features

Andhra Pradesh Economy and its main features Andhra Pradesh was predominantly an agrarian economy till the early 90s. Over a period of time, the State moved gradually to become a service oriented economywith small incremental growth in the industry sector. Read More …

Andhra Pradesh Irrigation and Hydropower

Andhra Pradesh Irrigation and Hydropower Projects Geographically, Andhra Pradesh is in peninsular India consisting of coastal belt on the east and Rayalaseema in the south-west. Therefore, Andhra Pradesh has the advantage of having most of the east flowing rivers in Read More …

Irrigation and Hydropower Projects of Andhra Pradesh

Irrigation and Hydropower Projects of Andhra Pradesh Geographically, Andhra Pradesh is in peninsular India consisting of coastal belt on the east and Rayalaseema in the south-west. Therefore, Andhra Pradesh has the advantage of having most of the east flowing rivers Read More …