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Weather

The Gannavaram airport recorded a maximum temperature of 31.6 degree Celsius and a minimum of 17.7 degree Celsius, on Sunday. Humidity dropped from 69 per cent in the morning to 67 per cent in the evening.

Workshop

for NGOs

The Krishna district Joint Collector, P. Sampat Kumar, on Sunday, urged the local NGOs to act as a bridge between the Government and the common masses. Addressing the valedictory function of a workshop organised for NGOs, he said the latter should take upon themselves the task of propagating various welfare schemes introduced by the Government for betterment of the poor .

Programme

on AIDS

The SKCV Children's Trust will conduct a two-day awareness programme on HIV/AIDS for children on Monday and Tuesday. In a statement here on today, the Trust correspondent, M.G.S Krishna Prasad, said the programme would mainly focus on the primary information on HIV-AIDS, how the virus spreads and preventive measures to curb the virus affect. On Monday, classes would be conducted at the SKCV Balaprema at Siddharthanagar and on Tuesday, at Premavihar in Bhawanipuram, he added.

Andhra Bank

campaign

The Andhra Bank's Special Housing Finance Branch at Labbipet has launched a mega campaign on loans, deposits, insurance and mutual funds. The campaign, which was formally inaugurated on Saturday by the bank's DGM, Nilamani Patel, would continue till Monday. Mr. Patel said housing loans, education loans, vehicle loans and personal loans would be sanctioned on the spot.

NCC cadets

donate blood

The Naval Unit NCC, Vijayawada, conducted a blood donation camp and sapling-plantation programme as part of the NCC Day celebrations here on Sunday. Nearly 150 Naval NCC cadets, drawn from the Andhra Loyola College, P. B. Siddhartha College of Arts and Science, Sri Krishnaveni Degree College and Maris Stella College, participated in the sapling-plantation drive and donated their blood.

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