www.thehansindia.com KURNOOL SATURDAY 27 JANUARY 2018 PAGES 16 `5.00 Forecast: Sunny Temp: Max.32°C. Min.18°C. Humidity: 29% Sunrise: 06:48 Sunset: 06:12 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H APTDC plans entertainment projects in all districts T P5 he AP Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC) is embarking on a major developmental programme with a view to provide a good entertainment for the people. Speaking exclusively to The Hans India in Tirupati on Friday, the Chairman of APTDC Prof V Jayarami Reddy stated that the Bhavani Island was being developed with Rs 16 crores for which 32 acres were acquired during the last six months and Children’s playground was also developed. WINDOWS Davos: US President Donald Trump on Friday said that he will always put ‘America first’ but that doesn't mean America alone. "I will always put America first... America first does not mean America alone. When the United States grows, so does the world," Trump said.Trump began his highly anticipated address to the World Economic Forum on Friday with a series of boasts about the US economy and markets, saying the country had created $7tn in wealth since he became president a year ago. DAZZLING R-DAY PARADE Pitch problems force early stumps at Wanderers INDIA-ASEAN BOND AT SHOW Wanderers: The third Test between India and South Africa was tantalisingly poised when play was calledoff abruptly by the umpires because the bounce on the pitch had turned dangerously uneven on the third day here on Friday. After India scored a fighting 247 in their second innings and set a 241-run target for South Africa, the host was 17/1 with Dean Elgar (11*) and Hashim Amla (2*) at the crease. Virat Kohli brought the impending danger to the notice after several batsmen were hit on the body. South Africa need 224 runs for victory. S P16 37 perish in S Korean hospital blaze Seoul: A fire gutted the ground floor of a hospital in South Korea on Friday and sent toxic fumes raging through the six-storey building, killing at least 37 people and injuring 131 others in one of the country's deadliest blazes in a decade. ‘America First’, but that doesn't mean America alone: Trump BSF's all-women team ‘Seema Bhawani’ performs on motorcycles during 69th Republic Day Parade at Rajpath in New Delhi on Friday New Delhi: India on Friday celebrated its 69th Republic Day with its customary display of military might and cultural diversity in a parade that saw the rare attendance by heads of state and governments from 10 Southeast Asian countries in a major departure from established practice. Leaders of countries representing the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) took the stage along with their host, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as President Ram Nath Kovind took the salute in New Delhi. “The stage was never this big!” tweeted Indian foreign ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar, in a reference to the unprecedented gesture by India to have leaders from 10 countries attend its Republic Day celebrations. India usually invites the head of state of one country as the chief guest of its Republic Day celebrations, a gesture that is in- Governor ESL Narasimhan receiving the guard of honour at the 69th Republic Day Photo: Ch Venkata Mastan Celebrations in Vijayawada on Friday. Guv sees bright future for AP S ESL hoists tricolour at Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation Stadium S Lists out various welfare schemes being implemented by the govt OUR BUREAU Vijayawada: Expressing hope that Andhra Pradesh would be heading for a bright future, Governor ESL Narasimhan, after hoisting the national ﬂag in connection with the Republic Day celebrations at Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation Sta- dium here on Friday, stated that his government was committed for the welfare of people by and large by implementing a number of programmes. Recalling the challenges the state had faced post-bifurcation, the Governor said that his government had converted every crisis into an opportunity for which the credit should go to the leadership at the helm of affairs. ``This relentless pursuit of development goals has pushed the State to be among the fastest growing states in the country,” he said. Continued on P6 PAWAN TO TOUR ANANTAPUR JSP chief to lay foundation for party office at Gooty on Saturday P6 Actor Nani safe after his car hits pole OUR BUREAU Hyderabad: Tollywood actor Nani’s car hit an electric pole in Jubilee Hills in the early hours of Friday. The actor was returning home after his shooting. There was nobody in the car except the driver and the actor. The police conﬁrmed that there were no injuries to either of them. “The accident took place around 4:30 am. Immediately after the accident, driver Srinivas Rao called us and we reached the spot,” Naresh, Jubilee The mangled remains of the car which Tollywood actor Nani was travelling at Road No. 45 in Hyderabad on Friday Hills Inspector, told The Hans India. The police officer said that the driver dozed off while driving, which resulted in the car hitting the electric pole on Road No 45. “We have seized the car and detained the driver after registering a case under the Prevention of Damage of Public Property section,” he said. Heads of states-government of ASEAN countries at the 69th Republic Day Parade at Rajpath in New Delhi on Friday. Also seen are President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi dicative of “New Delhi’s special relationship with that country or its intent to scale up or prioritise ties with that country,” said a person familiar with the development who did not want to be named. The invite to leaders from Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, Myanmar, Thailand, Brunei, the Philippines and Malaysia comes at a time when India is celebrating 25 years of partnership with the economically vibrant Asean. Continued on P6 Modi pens op-ed for 27 Asean newspapers in 10 languages New Delhi: Twenty-seven newspapers in 10 ASEAN countries, leaders of which are guests at Republic Day celebrations in the national capital, carried an op-ed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The op-ed was splashed across 27 newspapers, written in 10 Continued on P6 languages.
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