Category: Andhra Pradesh High Court

Amid Fears of Inquiry in ‘Cash For Vote’ Case, Naidu Built High Court in Amaravati: Andhra Minister

Source – Amaravathi: The YSRCP government in Andhra Pradesh on Friday strongly reacted to former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s claims of undertaking development work in Amaravati capital during his tour on Thursday. State municipal affairs minister Botsa Satyanarayana said, “Naidu is saying that he built so many structures in Amarvathi. He has built the

Sabarimala shuts door on 3 Andhra Pradesh women.

Source – Kochi/Thiruvananthapuram: The Sabarimala temple opened with high religious fervour on Saturday though politicos tried to score points and three women made an unsuccessful bid to worship at the shrine. The police sent back three women devotees from Andhra Pradesh below the age of 50 after checking their identity cards on Saturday afternoon. The

A.P. government shifting II additional CBI Court from Visakhapatnam to Kurnool.

Source – The Andhra Pradesh government is shifting the II additional CBI Court from Visakhapatnam to Kurnool following the re-defining of the territorial jurisdiction of CBI special courts in Hyderabad which resulted in the exclusion of Anantapur, Chittoor, Kadapa and Kurnool districts from their purview. The Registrar (Administration) of Andhra Pradesh High Court has

Andhra HC dismisses Navayuga plea, clears decks for Polavaram project work.

Source – Andhra Pradesh High Court on Thursday gave a green signal to the state government to begin construction on Polavaram irrigation project and its associated hydro-power project on the Godavari River in the state’s West Godavari district. The high court dismissed a petition filed by Navayuga Engineering Company Limited challenging the decision of YSR Congress party government headed by

“We can’t even get a cup of tea”: Andhra Pradesh court slams delays in building capital.

Source – The 20,000ha city of Amaravati, masterplanned by UK architect Foster + Partners, is being built on a “Swiss Challenge” system. In this method of procurement, the state government invites companies to propose public projects that it will carry out. It then publishes the proposal and invites other companies to do better, after which the

After Andhra Pradesh, it’s Uttar Pradesh’s turn to flout renewable PPAs

Source: Neither the Centre’s admonitions, nor adverse court rulings seem to be dissuading some state governments from dishonouring the power purchase agreements (PPAs) with renewable power units — a trend that is threatening to put the sunrise sector in jeopardy. Close on the heels of the Andhra Pradesh government, which virtually called for a

Andhra Court Quashes Government Order Asking Solar and Wind Developers to Reduce Tariff

Source: In a much-needed relief for the renewable developers, the Andhra High Court has quashed the state government’s order and letter issued to renewable developers to reduce their quoted tariffs. Considering the health of the distribution companies (DISCOMs) in the state, and that fact that developers need liquidity to keep the projects in operation,

Andhra Pradesh high court asks renewable cos to move APERC against renegotiation

Source: NEW DELHI: The Andhra Pradesh high court has directed solar and wind energy companies opposing renegotiation of tariffs by the state to approach state electricity regulator. Industry sources were disappointed by the order. The high court has dismissed the case asking the renewable power companies to raise their objections before Andhra Pradesh Electricity

Retract statements, students urge Somisetty at TDP office

Source: The Students’ Joint Action Committee held protests outside the district Telugu Desam Party office here on Wednesday, demanding that people’s representatives put pressure on the State government to establish the capital city and the High Court in Kurnool city. The protesters alleged that district TDP president Somisetty Venkateswarlu had made statements earlier which