www.thehansindia.com H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H Youngsters, especially students, have the power to change the course of any nation, and loading them up with skills will only help our country to reach echelons of development. In the time and era of internet a few millennials took the mantle of empowering youth and created tools like websites and apps to give an edge to students Modi, Xi want quiet border To guide armies on averting another Doklam 12 & 13 WINDOWS Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Chinese President Xi Jinping inside a house boat, in Wuhan’s East Lake, China on Saturday Chess player Tania Sachdev poses for a photo with 'Mitra' - an indigenous robot, at the launch of the logo of Brain Duel Sports League, at Aero City in New Delhi on Saturday Will 3D printing reach mass scale? W e keep hearing about 3D printing as the next big technology, which will enable us to print prod-ucts as opposed to going to a shopping centre to buy one. Is this going to come true or is there some hyperbole to it? Let’s take a look. Additive manufacturing or 3D printing turns computer-based 3D models into real objects by building them up in layers. Additive because you are not shaving off material in creating an object. S P9 Wuhan (China): Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping on Saturday pledged to keep the India-China border quiet and personally guide their respective armies to avert Doklam-like military stand-off in future as the two wrapped up their two-day informal summit in the Chinese city of Wuhan. India's Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said the icebreaking meetings between Modi and Xi will have a ‘positive impact’ on a number of thorny issues that have bogged down the two uneasy Asian neighbours. "The two leaders underscored Both sides have the maturity and wisdom to handle the differences through peaceful discussion within the context of the overall relationship, bearing in mind the importance of respecting each other's sensitivities, concerns and aspirations that it is important to maintain peace along India-China border region and decided that they will Notiﬁcation to recruit 10,351 teachers to be out on July 6 OUR BUREAU ice Commission (APPSC) will take up selection process through online. For the second time during TDP regime the DSC notiﬁcation has been called out. The Teacher’s Entrance Test (TET) notiﬁcation will be issued on May 4. A series of TET mock tests will be conducted among the aspirants. The TET exam will commence from June 10 to 21. The results of the TET will be released on May 30. Later APPSC notiﬁcation will be issued on July 6. The hall tickets can be downloaded up to August 15. As the APPSC exams will be conducted from August 23 to 30 Visakhapatnam: The muchawaited notiﬁcation for recruitment of 10,351 teacher posts, including 2,978 school assistant posts, will be issued on July 6, 2018. Official notiﬁcation of Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (AP TET-2018) will be released on May 4. AP TET exam will be held from June 10 to 21. Addressing media-persons here on Saturday, HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao said that for ﬁlling a total of 10,351 posts, the DSC notiﬁcation was called out. The Andhra Pradesh Public Serv- in six categories like Secondary Grade Teachers- 4967, Schools Assistants- 2978, Physical Education Teachers- 1056, Language Pandits- 312, Music -109 and Model Schools teachers929 with a total of 10,351 posts will be filled. Candidates can make online payments for the DSC on July 7. The online submission process on http://cse.ap.gov.in will continue till August 8. The online DSC examination will be held from August 23 to 30 and the results will be announced on September 15. Continued on P4 issue strategic guidance to their respective militaries to strengthen communications and to build trust and understanding," Gokhale said brieﬁng the media on the six rounds of talks between Modi and Xi in two days They also decided to strengthen existing institutional mechanisms to prevent and manage situations in the border areas. Gokhale said Modi and Xi were of the view that Special Representatives on border talks from both countries will have to intensify their efforts to seek a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable setContinued on P4 tlement. KCR, Stalin to discuss quota, Front TRS chief for Chennai today sto plan strategy for stronger states PATAN AFZAL BABU Employees of the state and Central governments taking out a rally in Visakhapatnam on Saturday MASSIVE RALLY DENOUNCES NPS OUR BUREAU Visakhapatnam: Thousands of Central and state government employees on Saturday took out ‘Chaitanya Rally’ demanding the government to continue Old Pension Scheme (OPS) and immediate cancellation of the New Pension Scheme (NPS). The rally organised jointly by the Central Government Employees Pension Sadhana Committee and the Pension Sadhana Samithi received tremendous response from the working class in the city. The employees took out the 13-km long Chaitanya Rally from the NAD Cross Roads to Mahatma Gandhi statue at GVMC Administration building via 104 Area, Kancharapalem, Gnanapu- US Prez Trump pats Korean leaders Washington: US President Donald Trump on Saturday congratulated the Korean leaders on the historic summit and said that he was encouraged by their expressed goal of "complete denuclearisation” of the Korean Peninsula. S P11 SUNDAY 29 APRIL 2018 KURNOOL | PAGES 36 | `5.00 ram, Allipuram, Daba Gardens raising their voice against the NPS. The leaders of various employees’ associations termed the massive response echoes the deep dissent of the employees against the NPS. While addressing the employees, Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers Andhra Pradesh and Telangana president Nageswara Rao demanded the government to roll back the NPS and continue the OPS for which all the employees across the country are demanding. He also called upon the youth to join the agitation against the anti-worker agenda of the governments. He also demanded the political parties also to open their voice against the NPS. Continued on P4 Hyderabad: TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao has found a comrade in arms in DMK working president MK Stalin and they are likely to announce an action plan for stronger states, particularly with regard to investing them with power to decide reservations for certain communities who do not yet have access to fruits of development. KCR will meet the DMK leader at Chennai on Sunday as part of seeking support from the Tamil party to his Federal Front – an initiative of KCR to craft a coalition to serve as an alternative to the BJP and Congress at the national level. Stalin, who is neck deep in his legal ﬁght to have 11 AIADMK legislators disqualiﬁed under the anti-defection law and for the removal of late chief minister J Jayalalithaa's portrait from the Assembly, has agreed to squeeze time to see KCR and discuss with him an action plan to press for stronger states and reduced role for the Centre in the new scheme of things that KCR is visualising for future India. Continued on P4 TTD Executive Officer Anil Kumar Singhal presenting Lord Balaji’s portrait to new TTD Trust Board Chairman Putta Sudhakar Yadav and his family members at Tirumala on Saturday SSC results at 11 am today Regularisation of house sites benefit 6L people in cities: KE P5 OUR BUREAU Water level rises P5 in River Godavari Visakhapatnam: The Andhra Pradesh SSC results for the year 2018 will be released at YVS Murthy auditorium here on Sunday. The AP board of Secondary Education will declare the tenth class results at around 11 am. The BSEAP had intended to declare the SSC results at 9 am. However, a latest announcement made by the Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh has stated that the Results will be out at 11 am on Sunday. The SSC results will be deHRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao releasing the DSCclared by HRD minister Ganta Srinivasa 2018 schedule at a press conference in Visakhapatnam Rao and Commissioner of School educaon Saturday tion, Govt of AP, K Sandhya Rani. Dalmia group ‘adopts’ Red Fort at `5 crore a year New Delhi: A controversy has broken out over the Dalmia Bharat Limited signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Tourism for the adoption of Red Fort monument under the 'Adopt a Heritage' project. Slamming the move, the Congress accused the government of 'handing' over the Red Fort to the Dalmia group and posed the following question to the people on twitter: After handing over the Red Fort to the Dalmia group, which is the next distinguished location that the BJP government Cong questions govt; asks ‘what next’ Dalmia group has joined 'monument mitras' from other various private sector companies to look after the operations and the maintenance of Red Fort for the next five years will lease out to a private entity? 1. Parliament 2. Lok Kalyan Marg 3. Supreme Court 4. All of the above Reacting on the issue, MoS Culture Mahesh Sharma said, "President announced a scheme of the government on the World Tourism Day that those interested in value addition to any services of monuments can come forward. Some services of the Red Fort have been given to Dalmia group. No proﬁt activity will take place." With an estimate of over Rs 5 crore per year, Dalmia has joined 'Monument Mitras' from other various private sector companies to look after the operations and the maintenance of this heritage site for the next ﬁve years, as per reports. The MoU is said to have been signed in the presence of Tourism Minister (independent charge) KJ Alphons and other senior officials of the Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Culture and Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The 'Adopt a Heritage Scheme' (Apni Dharohar Apni Pehchan Project) was launched by the President on September Continued on P4 27, 2017.
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