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30th Muharram 1436 | Monday, Nov 24, 2014
Hyderabad

Panel for Seema Andhra capital

Saturday, 7 December 2013
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Hyderabad, December 07:

Mr. Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister for Rural Development told that Govt. of India will constitute a panel of experts to identity the place for the new capital of Seema Andhra within 45 days. He further told that Govt. of India is committed to provide funds for the construction of Raj Bhavan, Secretariat, High Court and other buildings for the new capital. He was talking to newsmen yesterday after the cabinet’s nod for Telangana bill with 10 districts. He informed that the bill will be sent to the President of India with a request to send it A.P. State Assembly for eliciting its opinion. He also told that Hyderabad will be the common capital for both the States for 10 years and the issues relating to distribution of water are being resolved.

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