twitter tadepalligudem l saturday l january 28, 2023 l `9.00 l PAGES 12 l city EDITION Go First slapped `10L penalty for leaving behind 55 flyers Aviation regulator DGCA on Friday imposed heavy fine on the low-cost airline for the January 9 incident at Bengaluru airport Flight left with luggage minus passengers Airline failed in its duty, says DGCA The flyers were waiting in an airport shuttle bus when the Delhi-bound flight took off with their luggage. “Perusal of reply of Go First reveals that there was improper communication, coordination between terminal coordinator, commercial staff and crew regarding boarding of passengers in the aircraft,” the Directorate General of Civil Aviation’s statement read ■ ■ “The airline failed to ensure adequate arrangement for ground handling, preparation of load and trim sheet, flight dispatch and passenger/cargo handling...” the DGCA statement added On January 10, Go First apologised for the inconvenience caused to the passengers due to what it termed “inadvertent oversight” `40 lakh Penalty imposed by DGCA on Air India for two incidents this month CHENNAI ■ MADURAI ■ VIJAYAWADA ■ BENGALURU ■ KOCHI ■ HYDERABAD ■ VISAKHAPATNAM ■ COIMBATORE ■ KOZHIKODE ■ THIRUVANANTHAPURAM ■ BELAGAVI ■ BHUBANESWAR ■ SHIVAMOgGA ■ MANGALURU ■ TIRUPATI ■ TIRUCHY ■ TIRUNELVELI ■ SAMBALPUR ■ HUBBALLI ■ DHARMAPURI ■ KOTTAYAM ■ KANNUR ■ VILLUPURAM ■ KOLLAM ■ TADEPALLIGUDEM ■ NAGAPATTINAM ■ THRISSUR ■ KALABURAGI Notice to Pak to review & modify Indus water pact Islamabad has three months to open talks Y e s h i Se l i @ New Delhi Nuts & bolts of the dispute For the first time, India has put Pakistan on notice seeking a review and modification of the Indus Water Treaty negotiated by the World Bank and signed by both sides in 1960. The notice was sent on January 25 through the existing mechanism of the Indus Water commissioners. Pakistan has three months to get to the talks table to rectify a material breach flagged by India of the treaty . While the treaty provides India absolute control of the eastern rivers of the Indus, which are Ravi, Sutlej and Beas, it lets Pakistan make unrestricted use of the western rivers — the Indus, Jhelum and Chenab. India, though, is permitted to use the western rivers for domestic, non-consumptive, agricultural and generation of hydro-electric power, subject to conditions in the treaty on their design and operation. India on 2018 commissioned the Kishenganga hydroelectric power plant (330 MW) on its side of the Jhelum’s tributary . A bigger Ratle power plant (850 MW) is under construction across the Chenab’s tributary . Pakistan objected to their design and in 2015 sought a neutral expert to sort out the matter. India was okay with it. But a year later, Pakistan unilaterally retracted the request and sought a court of arbitration instead. India opposed it and the World Bank put the matter While Indus, Jhelum and Chenab are for Pak under the treaty, India can build hydroelectric power plants subject to design approval Three major initiatives of the medical and health sector will be launched on March 1. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, who held a review on medical and health sector on Friday directed officials to im, plement the family doctor concept in a full-fledged manner across the State star ting March 1. The MLAs and people’s representatives will start visiting government hospitals and in- teract with patients and staff to monitor the medical services rendered from the same date. The third initiative is distribution of ragi malt to children three times a week under the Gorumudda scheme. Jagan also directed the officials to take steps to set up cath labs and cancer testing equipment to introduce cancer treatment methods in all teaching hospitals, including those under construction. on ice in December 2016. Since the dispute remained unresolved, the World Bank on March 31, 2022, resumes the process of appointing a neutral expert and a chairman for a court of arbitration. “Despite repeated efforts by India to find a mutually agreeable way forward, Pakistan refused to discuss the issue during the five meetings of the Permanent Indus Commission from 2017 to 2022,’’ sources said. However, parallel consideration of the same issue by two different mechanisms is not covered under the treaty “India . has always been a steadfast supporter and a responsible partner in the IWT. Pakistan’s actions have adversely impinged on the provisions of IWT and forced India to issue an appropriate notice for modification of IWT,’’ said sources. He stressed the need to implement the orders issued to provide only WHO (World H e a l t h O r g a n i s at i o n ) o r GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) authorised medicines to patients in hospitals, while ensuring the availability of medicines and surgical equipment in sufficient quantity . “Develop public health system in a way that the State can be a role model to the country ,” Jagan said. Are you not ashamed to give a notification to fill only 36 vacancies in Group-1 & 2? Jagan failed to fulfil promise of filling 2.3 lakh job vacancies every year The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) has released a new mobile application, TT Devasthanams, to provide a seamless pilgrimage experience to the devotees with a single touch. The new mobile app, released by the TTD with the support of Jio Platforms, is a one stop solution for devotees that will provide them access to all services, said TTD Trust Board Chairman YV Subba Reddy . Launching the new Mobile App at Annamaiah Bhavan in ‘Spending `700 cr for kidney research’ Elaborating on the government’s efforts to improve public health, Jagan said, “About `700 cr is being spent to prevent kidney diseases in Uddanam & another `265 cr in Palakonda Faya z Wan i @ Srinagar On day 1 of padayatra, Naidu scion scared of Lokesh promises spl Nandamuris taking manifesto for youth over TDP reins: Nani E x p r e s s N e w s Se r v i c e @ Vijayawada E x p r e s s N e w s Se r v i c e @ Vijayawada TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh launched his 4,000-km ‘Yuva Galam’ padayatra in Kuppam at 11.03 am on Friday as per muhurat amid much fanfare. After covering 8.5 km, the first day of the walkathon yatra culminated in a public meeting where Lokesh went hammer and tongs against YS Jagan Mohan Reddy government. While lashing out at the State government, the TDP MLC also made several promises, particularly to the youth. Accusing the Chief Minister of betraying the youth by not taking up any job recruitment drives and even chasing away industries from the State, Lokesh announced that the TDP will soon roll out a single-page manifesto for the youth, elaborating on the details of the jobs to be filled by the government, self-employment opportunities and jobs in the private sector. He vowed that recruitment of teachers for the District Selection Committee will be taken up every year, if the TDP comes to power. Stating that Andhra Pradesh stood third in farmer suicides during the YSRC regime, Lokesh said quality seeds, fertilisers will be supplied and drip irrigation facility will be arranged once the TDP comes to power. He also promised that all pending irrigation projects will be completed and remunerative P4 prices will be provided to all crops. On a day when Nara scion Lokesh launched a diatribe against the government, the YSRC hit back in the same tone against him and TDP chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu. “Lokesh is scared of Nandamuri scions taking away the reins of the party which is why he has embarked on the pa, dayatra,’’ former minister Perni Venkataramaiah (Nani) alleged. Nani said Lokesh has started the yatra only to prove himself and his leadership before the party activists. “Lokesh’s remarks are unbecoming of a leader who claims that he had studied in Stanford and worked with the World Bank,’’ Nani said. The former minister said that the claims of Lokesh that he, as a minister, had laid 25,000-km roads and provided 40,000 jobs in IT sector, and his father had completed Handri Neeva project, were baseless. “Lokesh even went to the extent of claiming that his father has constructed Amaravati capital,’’ Nani quipped. Nani questioned as to why the TDP is in shambles now, if it had developed the State in its five-year rule. He said Naidu and Lokesh could not even venture out without the protection of police but were speaking in highly objectionable manner P4 against the government. Tirumala on Friday the Chair, man said that the app enables pilgrims to access all services, including darshan ticket bookings, accommodation bookings, e-Hundi payments, while elevating the overall devotional experience. “It is an universal app that acts as a hand guide to pilgrims. Devotees can even watch all four SVBC live programs in this app. Undoubtedly, it is a first-of-its-kind religious app”, Subba Reddy asserted. TTD EO AV Dharma Reddy described the app as a ‘Digital P4 Gateway for Pilgrims’. Veteran actor Jamuna, who acted in over 200 films in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Hindi, died after a brief illness, at her residence here on Friday. She was 86. She is survived by a son and a daughter. The yesteryear heart-throb and a consummate actress, finds a respectable place among the leading heroines of the mid 20th century. She walked the celluloid firmament tall along with Savitri and Showcar Janaki. In fact, Jamuna was a class apart, when it came to donning mischievous and naughty characters. No one knows whether Satyabhama existed or not but the name makes one think of only Jamuna for the grace and fluidity Class 8 to 12 Online Classes Sabarimala: AI to sort coin offerings T’Puram: The Travancore Devaswom Board is considering employing AI to deal with the huge volume of coins received as offerings at the Sabarimala temple.The board has already received two project proposals on it | P5 for IIT JEE + CBSE + NEET Physics | Chemistry | Maths | Biology ADMISSIONS OPEN 2023-24 Yesteryear heart-throb Jamuna no more @ Hyderabad Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday cancelled his padyatra after the Bharat Jodo Yatra entered the militancy-hit South Kashmir, alleging complete collapse of security arrangements. The police, however, rejected the charge saying foolproof security would continue to be provided to the yatra. Rahul started the day’s walk from Banihal along with former J&K chief minister and National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah. But after the yatra entered Qazigund in south Kashmir, he opted out after accepting the recommendation of his security detail though the rest of the participants continued their foot march. Talking to the media in Anantnag, where he arrived in a car, Rahul said a large crowd had gathered in Qazigund and “we were looking forward to walking. Unfortunately police, men who were supposed to manage the crowd were nowhere to be seen.” However, the Jammu and Kashmir Police said only authorised persons identified by the organisers and the frisked crowd was allowed inside on the route of yatra. “The organisers & managers of BJY did not intimate about large gathering from Banihal joining the yatra, which thronged near the starting point,” they added. IIT JEE + CBSE + NEET LIVE a tearful adieu E x p r e s s N e w s Se r v i c e anaemic children and mothers at the village secretariat level, the Chief Minister directed officials to provide them nutritious food and medicines by working closely with schools, hostels and Anganwadi centres. Environmental cleanliness, balanced diet, exercise and other health aspects should be included in the school curriculum for the holistic development of students. An awareness on dental hygiene should also be created among students, he P4 stressed. RaGa calls off Yatra following ‘security breach’ Perni Nani, YSRC leader TTD launches app for darshan bookings E x p r e s s N e w s Se r v i c e @Tirupati Emphasising on the need for proper coordination between the Medical and Health, and Women and Child Welfare departments in identifying the YSRC govt has provided jobs to 1.40 lakh in Secretariats, filled 40,000 vacancies in govt hospitals & converted 55,000 RTC staff as government employees Lokesh, TDP general secy A year later, Pak sought a court of arbitration instead. It was India's turn to object, saying two parallel negotiations can't be allowed under the treaty Rod Laver Arena has been a happy hunting ground. She won women’s doubles and mixed doubles titles and runners-up four times | P11 INDIA’s equity markets fell sharply on Friday with both the Sensex and Nifty hitting a three-month low. At close, the Sensex was down 874.16 points or 1.45% at 59,330.90, while Nifty was down 287.70 points or 1.61% at 17,604.30. The dip was largely due to the slump in Adani group stocks, which fell up to 23% during intraday trading, and its spillover impact on banking stocks that have an exposure to the group. The markets had closed with sharp cuts in the previous trading session on Wednesday too. , The meltdown left investors poorer by about `11 lakh crore since Wednesday . Adani group stocks have come under pressure after US activist investor Hindenburg Research alleged 85% downside in the scrips “purely on fundamental valuations”, announced a short position in the g roup’s stocks, and accused Adani of manipulating stock prices. FII stance ahead of the Budget and US Fed meeting also fuelled Friday’s fall. Full report: P10 @ Vijayawada In 2015, Pak objected to their design and wanted a neutral expert to sort it out. India agreed slam done A RSH A D K H A N @ New Delhi E x p r e s s N e w s Se r v i c e India has already built a hydroelectric power plant on Jhelum and is constructing another on Chenab Tennis star Sania Mirza bid a tearful adieu to her Grand Slam career with a runners-up finish alongside best friend Rohan Bopanna at the Australian Open mixed doubles Investors lose `11 lakh crore as markets fall Launch family physician concept in State from March 1: Jagan with which she portrayed the role. The three leading women of the Telugu film industry featured in films that had authorbacked roles that sent a powerful message to society upholding values. , They always lived the characters offered to them. Perhaps this is the reason they lasted as leading actresses for decades. P5 SAVE upto 20,000! A feminist of her days Jamuna was a feminist in her days. She never compromised when her dignity was at threat Register Now! 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