India’s first Electronic Manufacturing Cluster (EMC) will be coming to Andhra Pradesh. The Government of India, through the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeiTY), had announced in 2012 about setting up an EMC in India, with grant-in-aid for establishing such clusters.
Given the high demand being witnessed for Araku tourism, the special passenger introduced for one week from November 28 to December 4 would be extended another week bringing cheers to the tourists.
A two-day technology meet on ‘Adapt, align, accelerate’ to increase the production and meet the Prime Minister’s target of reducing 10 per cent of oil and gas imports was inaugurated here on Sunday.
The State government is gearing up to expedite the Gram Panchayat LED street lighting programme across the State which enables substantial energy savings and also ensure financial benefit to the panchayats.
Giving a big of relief to citizens, the APSRTC Tirupati Depot is plying city bus services between Tirupati and Chandragiri via Gandhi road.
The Andhra Pradesh Cabinet has approved the Polavaram Hydro project in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu.
The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), under the Union Ministry of Power, is all set to sign an agreement with the AP Capital Regional Development Authority (APCRDA) to provide support in building green constructions in Amaravati.
The city’s main railway station is poised for a major upgrade by 2020 as it was included in the Central government’s list of smart cities.
Pulipaka Subrahmanyam, a young entrepreneur hailing from this place, is going to take part in the upcoming Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad with plans to take forward his mission of providing solar power to rural areas.
To make India self-sufficient in bio-technology, the universities should pro-actively facilitate its students about nuances in the sector to increase the country’s two per cent share in global market, said MP and Chairman of Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Gases Prahlad Joshi.