Tenders for the work likely to be finalised by August. Originally the project was estimated to cost Rs.633.11 crore. Visakha Container Terminal Pvt. Ltd (VCTPL) will finalise a consultant of international repute for designing layout and construction of
Now that the EAMCET ranks are out, it is time to think over admission in various engineering courses.The EAMCET counselling process is likely to begin on July 12, and many students face some critical questions such as which engineering is good and relevant
In a tragic incident, three youngsters from Arilova area in the city were feared drowned while swimming in the beach near Jodugullapalem area on Thursday.According to reports, a group of 10 youngsters of Balajinagar area in Arilova went to Jodugullapalem b
Noted writer and environmentalist Tallavajjhula Patanjali Sastry has pointed out the lack of creativity in Telugu stories and novels and literary criticism worth the name in spite of increase in the quantity.In his brief address after receiving Palagummi P
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu’s failure to make any specific statement on the much-awaited new railway zone with headquarters in Visakhapatnam, leave alone declaring the zone, came as a big disappointment for the people of the region.There has been
Newly-opened restaurant Sweet Magic has an exhaustive range of flavours from the Vijayawada-Guntur region and a wide array of sweets and snacks. When it comes to a hearty feast, biryani would most certainly top the list of any average Indian. More so if
Tlexis, a new concept of search engine, aims to bring about a change . Imagine a new search engine that would give you a peep into the websites of the search words instead of just links. It is this idea that budding entrepreneur Guru Thejus Arveti wants
I love that the fact that pubs are no longer seen as places to be seen and spend money. People are dancing again and to good music. Is Vizag’s party scene finally evolving? Undoubtedly so. You’ve heard it before, but it bears repeating: a cit
The open-cast mines of Srirampur in Adilabad District of Telangana look like a grey desert, but coal from these pit-mines feed power plants.
Temperature remaining above 40 degrees on many days of May 2015, has forced people to look for different ways of beating the heat and continuing their daily chores normally.