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Coronavirus | Stress, fear and the healing touch in Andhra Pradesh's Chittoor

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Coronavirus | Stress, fear and the healing touch in Andhra Pradesh’s Chittoor
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Early detection, strict home isolation key to fight pandemic, says official
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Reporting of a Covid casualty has left a street deserted and forcing residents indoors at Puttur in Chittoor district.
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Early detection, strict home isolation key to fight pandemic, says official
After some Class X students tested COVID-19 positive on April 29, Ravi Kumar (41), a biology teacher at the municipal high school at Nagari was gripped with fear.
Mr. Kumar, who has a physical challenge from polio, had travelled 20 km from home to the school several days last month. The fact that three of his colleagues had succumbed to COVID had whipped up his worst fears.

'More than corona, fear is the real killer,' says an affected family in Andhra

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‘More than corona, fear is the real killer,’ says an affected family in Andhra
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CHITTOOR After some class X students tested positive for Covid-19 on April 29, Ravi Kumar (41), a biology teacher at the municipal high school at Nagari, crippled in both legs due to polio, was gripped with fear, as he had taught them in close proximity.
A resident of Narayanavanam, 20 km from Nagari, the teacher would keep shuttling between school and home on his tri-scooter.
The fact that three of his colleagues had succumbed to the dreaded virus recently, preceded by a number of casualties among the teachers elsewhere in Chittoor district since the Covid first wave, was enough to whip up his worst fears, making him tremble and swoon often.

Graduates ward off 'evil eye' for a living as pandemic robs them of jobs

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Graduates ward off ‘evil eye’ for a living as pandemic robs them of jobs
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People are keen on performing this ritual as COVID-19 rears its ugly head
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People are keen on performing this ritual as COVID-19 rears its ugly head
Kiran, a B.Tech graduate from a forest-fringe village in Narayanavanam mandal in Chittoor district, was happy after getting a job at a supermarket in Bengaluru. Being the sole bread winner of his family, this job meant everything to him.
The nation-wide lockdown induced by the coronavirus pandemic last year dashed his hopes as he lost his job. However, he resumed his job after the situation eased. But he lost it again after Bengaluru emerged a COVID hotspot during the second wave of pandemic and he had to return to his native village.

Naidu cries foul, demands repoll in Tirupati

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In letter to CEC, he alleges large-scale violations and demands action against Minister

Masks are back as virus fear grips people

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Masks are back as virus fear grips people
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COVID cases continue to rise in Chittoor district; 128 new infections reported in 24 hours
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COVID cases continue to rise in Chittoor district; 128 new infections reported in 24 hours
Several parts of Chittoor district which witnessed slack adherence to face mask and physical distancing rules when the COVID-19 pandemic was at its peak between July and October last year, is witnessing an altogether a new scenario with majority of the people now following the guidelines in public places, thanks to the talk of a second wave.
Wednesday saw 128 positive cases in the district, the highest this year, reported from 39 of the 66 mandals. Srikalahasti, which was a hotspot with maximum number of cases last year, once again started witnessing a spike in the daily cases.

Youth injured in elephant attack in Chittoor

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Youth injured in elephant attack in Chittoor
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The youth while attending the farm work at Tallabailu village came under the elephant attack.
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The youth while attending the farm work at Tallabailu village came under the elephant attack.
Tension gripped several villages of Vedurukuppam mandal of Chittoor district, after a youth was injured in the attack by wild elephants in the early hours of Monday. The youth while attending the farm work at Tallabailu village came under the jumbo attack, and he was rushed to the SVRR Government Hospital at Tirupati.
At the same time, a house in the village had caught fire when some youth took to fireworks in a bid to prevent the elephants from entering the human habitations.

Youth injured in jumbo attack in Chittoor

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Youth injured in jumbo attack in Chittoor
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Repeated appeals by villagers to relocate the herd go in vain
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Repeated appeals by villagers to relocate the herd go in vain
Tension gripped several villages of Vedurukuppam mandal of Chittoor district, after a youth was injured in the attack by wild elephants in the early hours of Monday. The youth, who was attacked by the elephant while working on a farm at Tallabailu village, was rushed to SVRR Government Hospital in Tirupati.
At the same time, a house in the village caught fire when some youth burnt fireworks in a bid to prevent the elephants from nearing the human habitations.

'Giving with one hand, taking away with the other'

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‘Giving with one hand, taking away with the other’
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Hiked salaries bring them no cheer
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Hiked salaries bring them no cheer
The denial of the benefits of various government schemes to ASHAs and Anganwadi workers led to a widespread resentment among the staff in the district. "It would have been better had we been just homemakers," is the common refrain now among a vast majority of them.
The presence of two premier health entities, the Institute for Pregnant Women, and the Children’s Hospital, each with a 300-bed capacity, has turned Chittoor district into a hub of activity for ASHAs. Compared to a decade ago, the health activists say that their work load has almost tripled.

Arrangements being made for vaccine dry run at 150 institutions in Chittoor

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Arrangements being made for vaccine dry run at 150 institutions in Chittoor
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25 medical and health staff take part in the dry run
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25 medical and health staff take part in the dry run
Joint Collector (Development) Veerabrahmam on Friday launched the second dry run of COVID-19 vaccination at Government Area Hospital at Puttur and Primary Health Centre at Narayanavanam.
Inspecting the dry run, he expressed happiness that foolproof arrangements were under way at about 150 health institutions in the district, including PHCs, community health centres, area and teaching hospitals.
Mr. Veerabadram said in each centre, at least 25 personnel of the medical and health wing had taken part in the dry run.

Chittoor received 60% excessrainfall in November: official

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Heavy rain leaves several rivulets overflowing, irrigation sources damaged
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Water cascading downstream from Kalangi reservoir in Chittoor district after its crest gates were opened following heavy inflows due to the Burevi cyclone effect on Saturday.
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Heavy rain leaves several rivulets overflowing, irrigation sources damaged
Heavy rain lashed several parts of Chittoor district, barring Irala and Yerravaripalem, in the last days under the impact of Burevi cyclone, resulting in heavy inflows into almost all the prime medium and minor irrigation projects. Irrigation officials were kept on alert at the Araniyar, Kalangi and Krishnapuram projects, opening the crest gates to match the inflow-outflow levels.

AP CM Holds Review Meeting On Cyclone Nivar Impact

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Nov 26, 2020, 15:37 IST
In the past 24 hours till Thursday morning, 164 places in Andhra Pradesh witnessed a rainfall of more than 60 mm as cyclonic storm Nivar lashed the whole state.
AMARAVATI: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy held a review meeting on impact of Cyclone Nivar and directed the officials to take necessary measures to control effects of the cyclone. During the meeting held at the camp office here on Thursday, the Chief Minister ordered the officials to support the family of a person who died due to electric shock in Nellore district. He asked the officials to prepare the report on the enumeration of crop damage after rains stop and  be ready to provide immediate relief.

Picnickers cautioned as forests turn treacherous in Chittoor

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Picnickers cautioned as forests turn treacherous in Chittoor
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Regular trails obscured by thick growth, say officials
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Regular trails obscured by thick growth, say officials
As several waterfalls in Chittoor district have turned alive with copious rains since June, they have been attracting groups of youth and picnickers from several parts of Chennai and neighbouring Nellore district. The rains also led to a dense growth of forest cover, obscuring the regular jungle trails used by occasional visitors and forest personnel.
The recent incident of about 20 youth from Nellore ‘losing their way’ in the forest terrain atop the Sadasiva Kona hill near Puttur prompted the police and forest personnel to mount vigil at places frequented by picnickers.

Roja launches bike ambulances in Nagari

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Roja launches bike ambulances in Nagari
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One each vehicle would be allotted to the government hospitals at Nagari and Puttur
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MLA R.K. Roja taking a ride at the government hospital at Nagari in Chittoor district.
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One each vehicle would be allotted to the government hospitals at Nagari and Puttur
Andhra Pradesh Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (APIIC) chairperson and Nagari MLA R.K. Roja inaugurated two units of “first responder motorbike ambulances” at the Government Area Hospital at Nagari.
One each vehicle would be allotted to the government hospitals at Nagari and Puttur, and would cover the mandals of Puttur, Nagari, Nindra, Vijayapuram, Vadamalapeta and the neighbouring mandals of Karveti Nagaram and Narayanavanam mandals of Satyavedu constituency.

Smartphones Worth Around Rs 2 Crore Looted From A Vehicle In Andhra Pradesh's Chittoor

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Smartphones Worth Around Rs 2 Crore Looted From Vehicle In Andhra Pradesh
"The driver of a container lorry said that he was coming from Tamil Nadu and taking the lorry from Xiaomi mobile manufacturing unit at Sriperumbudur," police said.
Updated: August 27, 2020 8:28 am IST
The police said driver of the vehicle (above) was thrashed, tied up and thrown out of the vehicle.
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Smartphones worth around Rs 2 crore looted from a vehicle which was carrying the consignment to Mumbai, by accused in Chittoor near Andhra Pradesh-Tamil Nadu border, police said on Wednesday.
Nagari urban police official said that driver of the vehicle was thrashed, tied up and thrown out of the vehicle.

Vizag takes the lead as Andhra records super spike in COVID cases

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Vizag takes the lead as Andhra records super spike in COVID cases
Updated Jul 23, 2020, 8:41 am IST
Among new infections, Visakhapatnam took the lead, registering a whopping 1,049 cases followed by 891 in East Godavari
  Elderly people wait for their turn to get tested for COVID-19 pandemic under the shade of a tree at the Government ENT Hospital in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday. Photo: P Narasimha Murthy
Vijayawada: Andhra Pradesh has registered the highest ever single day spike of 6,045 new Covid-19 cases taking the overall tally of cases in the state to 64,713. Worse, 65 deaths take the death toll to 823 in the last 24 hours.
The state health department in its Covid-19 bulletin issued here on Wednesday reported that out of 49,553 samples tested, 6,045 individuals found to have been infected with the coronavirus.

Curbs on public movement tightened in Chittoor

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Curbs on public movement tightened in Chittoor
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Business establishments will now remain open only till 11 a.m.
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Superintendent of Police S. Senthil Kumar, along with senior officials, inspecting a red zone in Chittoor on Thursday.
 
Business establishments will now remain open only till 11 a.m.
Authorities of the Chittoor Municipal Corporation have further restricted the movement of people in the corporation limits, by reducing the business hours of all establishments from Thursday.
The municipalities of Palamaner, Punganur, Madanapalle, Puttur and Nagari have also imposed curbs on the movement of the people, with a sharp rise in the COVID-19 positive cases. The business hours, which used to be between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m., now have been restricted to 11 a.m.

Vizag takes the lead as Andhra records super spike in COVID cases

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Vizag takes the lead as Andhra records super spike in COVID cases
Updated Jul 23, 2020, 8:41 am IST
Among new infections, Visakhapatnam took the lead, registering a whopping 1,049 cases followed by 891 in East Godavari
  Elderly people wait for their turn to get tested for COVID-19 pandemic under the shade of a tree at the Government ENT Hospital in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday. Photo: P Narasimha Murthy
Vijayawada: Andhra Pradesh has registered the highest ever single day spike of 6,045 new Covid-19 cases taking the overall tally of cases in the state to 64,713. Worse, 65 deaths take the death toll to 823 in the last 24 hours.
The state health department in its Covid-19 bulletin issued here on Wednesday reported that out of 49,553 samples tested, 6,045 individuals found to have been infected with the coronavirus.

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