Saturday, September 21, 2013

Vikhyath Veeramachaneni: President of the Virginia Commonwealth University Student Government Association


Vikhyath Veeramachaneni,  an information systems major, was recently elected President of the Virginia Commonwealth University Student Government Association. During the election, Vik ran against one other candidate and collected 838 votes.

“We had a three-day period of voting for the elections. I finished with nearly 60 percent of the votes and the highest total for anyone participating in this election,” said Veeramachaneni. “I am grateful to have had great support from my Brothers, many friends and fellow classmates. Their help pushing my campaign forward and the personal approach with students on campus were key factors that contributed to my success,” he added. 

Veeramachaneni also currently serves as Chapter president for Theta Xi chapter and plans to fulfill the rest of his term. He sees his time as Chapter president as launching point to his leadership abilities.
“I think my experience as President of Theta Chi was a great launching point in gaining confidence in my leadership abilities and qualities,” said Veeramachaneni. “I quickly learned how to distinguish personal relationships with my role's responsibilities as well as learning how to see the big picture moving,” he continued.

Another Kamma guy  Ashwin Narla is also the current Student Association President at The George Washington University , Washington, District Of Columbia (Washington D.C. Metro Area)

Saketh Myneni in two finals of the ITF men’s Futures tennis tournament

 

Top-seeded Saketh Myneni fought his way past sixth-seeded Abdullah Maqdas of Kuwait 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the semifinals of the $10,000 ITF men’s Futures tennis tournament in Meshref, Kuwait, on Friday. In the final, Saketh will play seventh-seeded Mohammad Ghareeb of Kuwait. 

In doubles, Saketh and Patrick Davidson of the US made the final with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Matias Castro of Argentina and Thomas Statzberger of Austria. In the final, the Indo-American pair was drawn to play the top-seeded Lewis Burton and Marcus Willis of Britain.

Friday, September 20, 2013

Dama Seshadri Naidu appointed as Additional Judge to Andhra Pradesh High Court

Dama Seshadri Naidu, practicing advocate of the High Court Bar, on Thursday were appointed as the additional judge of the High Court.
Naidu was born on June 19, 1962 in Tirupati and did his graduation in bachelor of arts from Andhra University, and completed his LLB from S.V. University, Tirupati. He is co son in law of Nara Ramamurthy Naidu, younger brother of Nara Chandrababu Naidu.
He started his career in Tirupati courts, and shifted his practice to Hyderabad about 12 years ago.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Dr. Krishna Mikkilineni: Senior VP, Engg and Operations at Honeywell.

Dr. Krishna Mikkilineni is Senior Vice President, Engineering, Operations and IT at Honeywell. He is the second Kamma guy who appointed for the kind of position after Satya Nadella Sr.VP at Microsoft. In this role, he oversees the effectiveness of Honeywell’s research, development, engineering, supply chain, and operations, strengthening the company’s ability to create differentiated products and solutions for Honeywell’s markets across the globe. He also is responsible for expanding Honeywell Operating System (HOS), driving Velocity Product Development (VPD™), and increasing dedication to quality and delivery throughout the organization. Krishna leads the Honeywell Operations and Technology Leadership Councils and is responsible for the company’s Information Technology (IT) function. 

Since joining Honeywell more than two decades ago, Krishna has been instrumental in leading globalization initiatives, establishing worldwide processes, successfully executing large-scale, multi-location projects, and leveraging talent in emerging regions to meet Honeywell product development needs.  As the President of Honeywell Technology Solutions (HTS), he grew the organization to nearly 9,000 engineers across China, India, and Eastern Europe and established operations at SEI-CMMI Level 5 rating, PCMM Level 5 rating, AS9100, BS7799, ISO9001-2000, and ISO14001 quality standards, among many other quality certifications.

Krishna holds a bachelor of engineering degree in electronics and communications and earned a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Florida. He also has received a number of recognitions at Honeywell, including the Lund Award and the Senior Leadership Award.

N. Leelakrishnan wins Indian Touring Cars (ITC) class

Noida: N. Leelakrishnan was crowned champion in the Indian Touring Cars (ITC) class in the fifth and final round of the National Racing Championship at the Buddh International Circuit here Sunday.

Leelakrishnan started on pole and convincingly led from start to finish. Arjun Balu starting second, also had a good start and was followed by Sivaramakrishnan and V. Ramnarayan.

Arjun managed to stay in second with Sivaramkrishnan all over him. Sivaramkrishnan made his move on lap three and passed Arjun with Ramnarayan also getting past a lap later.

Leelakrishnan was the first to cross the finish line but the penalty meant he ended up third which was good enough for the title. Balu finished second in the championship and Ramnarayan third.

N. Leelakrishnan, also known as Leela in Indian motorsport circles, is a seven-time National Rally Champion and one time Formula 3 (India) champion from Coimbatore.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Miss America 2014 Winner: Nina Davuluri


Justice Mala: First Kamma Woman Judge Madras High Court


Hon’ble Justice Mala, was born on 15th March 1955 at Cuddalore. She had her school education at St. Anne’s Girls High School, Cuddalore, Graduation at C. Kandasamy Naidu College for Women, Cuddalore. After obtaining law degree she enrolled on 24.03.1982. She hails from an Agricultural family. She is the first Law Graduate and First Judicial Officer in her family. After enrolment, she joined as a Junior in the office of Thiru. A. Vaidyanathan, Fourth Generation Advocate, Cuddalore and practiced in various courts at Cuddalore. She was selected in the year 1989 as Sub Judge and commenced her innings as a Judge as the XVI Assistant City Civil Judge, Chennai. Later she served as Additional Sub-Judge, Madurai and Principal Sub Judge, Nagapattinam. She was promoted as District Judge in the year 1997 and served as presiding Officer, Labour Court, Trichy, II Additional District Judge, Trichy and Additional District Principal Judge cum Chief Judicial Magistrate, Tiruvannamalai, Pricipal District Judge, Nagapattinam, Principal Judge, Family Court, Chennai and Vellore, Presiding Officer, Industrial Tribunal, Chennai. 

She was appointed as first Woman Registrar (Vigilance), High Court, Madras on 31.7.2006. She was appointed as First woman Registrar General in the Chartered High Court of Madras on 22.3.2007. Her rich experience in the Trial Courts and tribunal will help the high Court in a great measure for the rendition of justice in a large number of cases. She was appointed as Additional Judge of Madras High Court on 31.03.2009.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Kamma girl from Vijayawada Nina Davuluri is Miss America



Nina Davuluri is the new sensation of the world. The Indian-American descent Nina has been crowned as Miss America. Nina Davuluri is the first contestant from the Indian heritage and second consecutive contestant from New York to win the Miss America 2014 pageant.

The 24-year-old Nina Davuluri is the second consecutive Miss New York to win the Miss America pageant. She follows another Miss New York, Mallory Hagan who was crowned Miss America in 2013. Nina is a native of Syracuse in New York and wants to become a doctor. Nina Davuluri is basically from Vijayawada in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh. She is indeed the first Indian NRI to contest for the Miss America pageant. Her maternal grandmother Vege Koteshwaramma, who runs the Montessori group of institutions was elated at her grand daughter's feat. Her mother Shiela Ranjani and her father Dhana Koteswara Chowdhary, both of whom are doctors, had migrated to the US in the early 80s and Nina was born and brought up in America.

Nina Davuluri wore a bright yellow coloured gown when she was crowned Miss America. The plunging neckline of the floor sweeping gown had a nude bodice underneath. It was plain and looked classy on her. She accessorised the look with golden earrings and handcuff.

She had left behind 53 contestants to grab this pageant title. She impressed the judges with her talent, beauty, confidence and interactive skills. The smart answer to the question and answer round might have made Nina lucky! She was asked "Julie Chen had plastic surgery to appear less Asian. What do you think of her decision?" Davuluri quickly stated that she did not approve of plastic surgery, but said, "I've always viewed Miss America as the girl next door and the girl next door is evolving."

Nina Davuluri even performed an Indian "classic Bollywood fusion" in one of the talent competitions. She looked pretty and bright in a red and blue outfit.

Nina Davuluri's first runner-up was Miss California, Crystal Lee. Other top five finalists were Miss Minnesota, Rebecca Yeh; Miss Florida, Myrrhanda Jones, and Miss Oklahoma, Kelsey Griswold. Miss Kansas, Theresa Vail had gathered a lot of attention in the Miss America pageant as she was the first Miss America contestant to display her body tattoos openly on the ramp. Vail even won "America's Choice" vote which landed her to the semi-finals. However, she couldn't beat the strong contenders.

Eighty-nine-year old Koteshwaramma Choudhary broke down as news reached her that her granddaughter, 24-year-old Nina Davuluri was crowned Miss America 2014

“It was not surprising, knowing my granddaughter’s determination and talents,” said Koteshwaramma, who runs Montessori Mahila Kalasala in Vijaywada, 280 kilometres away from Hyderabad.

Speaking to this correspondent over phone, Koteshwaramma said, “I am immensely happy for my granddaughter as it is a great achievement. She finally reached her dream goal. But I know she will not rest and will go further ahead.”

Friday, September 13, 2013

Aravind Movva and Jay N Yepuri includes the list of 40 ASC Industry Leaders 40 Years or Younger

Aravind Movva and Jay N Yepuri includes the list of surgery center industry leaders who have made an impact on the field despite being 40 years old or younger. Ages are as of August 15, 2013.


Arvind Movva, MD (36). Dr. Movva is currently CEO of Heartland Clinic, Valley View Anesthesia and Regional SurgiCenter, an eight-OR multispecialty ASC in Illinois. He also practices as a gastroenterologist and serves as co-founder and consultant with Movva Medical Consulting. Dr. Movva joined Gastroenterology Consultants upon completion of his fellowship at the Medical College of Georgia in 2010. He offers a full range of gastroenterology care, including ERCP/EUS, hemorrhoidal banding and a cure for Barrett's Esophagus. Dr. Movva received his MD from The Chicago Medical School and completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago.


Jay N. Yepuri, MD, Digestive Health Associates of Texas (40). Dr. Yepuri is a member of the board of directors for the Digestive Health Associates of Texas and vice president of the Texas Ambulatory Surgery Center Society. He also serves on the executive committee and board of directors for TASCS. He is extremely active in the ASC industry and has traveled to Washington, DC to lobby Congress. Dr. Yepuri is also an AAAHC surveyor and serves as councilor of the Texas Society for Gastroenterology and Endoscopy and is a delegate for TSGE to the Texas Medical Association. He has received numerous recognitions during his career, including one of the 2012 Top Doctors of Greater Fort Worth by Fort Worth, Texas magazine.

Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda Memory Athlete INDIA

Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda (born 06 December 1995 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh) is an Indian Memory Athlete. Vyshnavi is the first Indian to win an open category medal in Memory at the World Memory Championships. She achieved this feat by winning the Gold medal and setting a new junior world record at the World Memory Championships 2012 on 12th December 2012. A very serious and dedicated aspirant strongly determined of winning next gold medal in the next World memory Championships.

She is one of the tough and promising competitors from India to win a gold Medal to our nation. Her serious preparations on an average of 8 hours a day has not stopped since 2010 championships. Vyshnavi requires encouragement from one and all to keep our Indian flag high by winning the next gold medals for INDIA.

Career summary
 Indian woman memory Champion.
 3rd position in World junior memory championship 2012.
 World junior Record holder in 5 min Names and Faces Event - 2012
 World junior Record holder in 15 min Names and Faces Event – 2012(breaking her own record)
 World No.8 in 5 min Names and Faces Event.
 World No.7 in 15 min Names and Faces Event.
 First Indian to receive an open Gold medal in World Memory championship.
 First Indian Woman to receive a Gold medal in Names and faces event in the World junior Memory Championships for the three consecutive years from 2010-2012.
 Broke her own National Record in 5 min Names and Faces Event – NMC 2012
 Broke her own National Record in 15 min Names and Faces Event – WMC 2012
 Broke Two National records in 5 minute and 15 minute Names and faces event - 2011
 Broke the National record in 5 minute binary digits event - NMC-2011

Medals Record
2010
 Bronze medal in 5 minute names and faces event - NMC -2010.
 Gold medal in 5 minute names and faces event - WJMC -2010
2011
 Gold medal in 5 minute Names and faces event - NMC -2011
 Silver medal in 5 minute historic /future date’s event - NMC -2011.
 Silver medal in 5 minute binary digits event – NMC 2011
 Gold medal in 15 minute names and faces event - WMC -2011
 Gold medal in 15 minute names and faces event - WJMC -2011
2012
 Gold medal in 5 minute Names and faces event - NMC 2012
 Gold medal in 5 minute Historic /future dates event - NMC 2012
 Bronze medal in 5 minute binary digits event - NMC 2012
 Gold medal in 15 minute Names and faces event - WMC 2012
 Gold medal in 15 minute Names and faces event - WJMC 2012
 Silver medal in 5 minute Historic /future dates - WJMC -2012
 Silver medal in 1 hour numbers event - WJMC 2012
 Bronze medal in 30 minute binary digits event - WJMC 2012
 Bronze medal in 15 min abstract images event – WJMC 2012


Ramyasree Yarlagadda is World No. 22 in 15 min Names and Faces Event ,WMC- 2012. Her previous achievements are World No.47 in 15 min Names and Faces Event, WMC- 2011. World No.24 in 15 min Names and Faces Event, WMC- 2010. National Memory Championship 2012 - 10th place, 2011 - 11th place, 2010 - 14th place


List of Kamma High Court and Supreme Court Judges and Chief Justices

1) Justice Ramineni Kousalendra Rao: Advocate General Nagapur Hight court 1946 and Judge Madhya Pradesh High Court1949.

2) Justice K. Veeraswamy: Chief Justice Madras High Court

3) Justice A Alagiri Swamy: Judge Madras High court and Judge Supreme Court

4) Justice V.Ramaswamy: Judge Madras High Court and Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court and Judge Supreme Court

5) Justice G Ramanujam: Judge Madras High Court

6) Justice Davuluri Munikannaiah: Judge AP High Court

7) Justice Avula. Sambasiva Rao: Judge and Chief Justice of AP High Court

8) Justice Challa. Kondaiah: Judge and Chief Justice of AP High Court

9) Justice Konamaneni Amareswari: Judge AP High Court

10) Justice P.A.Choudary: Judge AP High Court

11) Justice Polavarapu. Rama Rao: Judge AP High Court

12) Justice A.V. Krishna Rao: Judge AP High Court

13) Justice Chintamaneni.S.R.K. Prasad: Judge AP High Court

14) Justice Gogineni. Radhakrishna Rao: Judge AP High Court

15) Justice Jasti Chelameswar: Judge AP High Court, Chief Justice Guwahati High Court and Kerala High Court, Judge Supreme Court (Sitting)

16) Justice Jasti.Eswara Prasad: Judge AP High Court

17) Justice Sunkavill. Parvatha Rao: Judge AP High Court

18) Justice Hanumanthu: Judge AP High Court

19) Justice Thotakura RangaRao Judge AP High Court

20) Justice Pemmasani Sankara Narayana: Judge AP High Court

21) Justice Nuthalapati Venkata Ramana: Judge AP High Court, Chief Justic Delhi High Court, Judge Supreme Court (Sitting)

22) Justice Challa Kodanda Ram: Judge AP High Court (Sitting)

23) Justice Dama Seshadri Naidu: Judge AP High Court (Sitting)

24) Talluri Sunil Chowdary: Judge AP High Court (Sitting)

25) Kongara Vijaya Lakshmi: Judge AP High Court (Sitting)

26) Justice D. Raju: Judge Madras High Court, Cheif Justice Himachal Pradesh High Court , Judge Supreme Court

27) Justice E. Padmanabhan: Judge Madras High Court

28) Justice K. MohanRam: Judge Madras High Court

29) Justice K. Venkataswamy: Judge Madras High Court, Judge Supreme Court.

30) Justice K. Govindarajan: Judge Madras High Court

31) Justice S. Sethraman: Judge Madras High Court.

32) Justice R. Mala: Judge Madras High Court 

33) Justice B Gokuldas:  Judge Madras High Court 

34) Lavu Nageswara Rao: Judge Supreme Court (Present) Additional Solicitor General in the Supreme Court of India (Past)

35) Padma Bhushan Patibandla Chandra Sekhara Rao: Judge at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea


** Ellinti Manohar: Advocate General Government of Andhra Pradesh (Past)

** Dammalapati Srinivas: Advocate General Government of Andhra Pradesh (Present)

ఆంధ్ర ప్రదేశ్ హైకోర్టు న్యాయమూర్తిగా దామా శేషాద్రి నాయుడు నియామకం!



రాష్ట్రానికి చెందిన పది మంది సీనియర్ న్యాయవాదులు, జిల్లా జడ్జిలను రాష్ట్ర హైకోర్టు న్యాయమూర్తులుగా నియమించేందుకు రంగం సిద్ధమైంది. రాష్ట్ర హైకోర్టు ప్రధాన న్యాయమూర్తి నేతృత్వంలోని కొలీజియం పంపిన సిఫారసులకు సుప్రీంకోర్టు ఆమోదం తెలిపినట్లు విశ్వసనీయంగా తెలిసింది. హైకోర్టులో న్యాయవాదులుగా ఉన్న దామా శేషాద్రినాయుడు, తోపాటు జిల్లా జడ్జిలుగా పనిచేస్తున్న 9 మందిని హైకోర్టు న్యాయమూర్తులుగా నియమించాలని కొలీజియం సిఫారసు చేసినట్లు తెలిసింది.

ఈ సిఫారసులను పరిశీలించిన సుప్రీంకోర్టు శేషాద్రినాయుడు, 9 మంది జిల్లా జడ్జిలను హైకోర్టు న్యాయమూర్తులుగా నియామకానికి ఆమోదం తెలిపినట్లు సమాచారం. అనంతరం ఫైలు కేంద్ర న్యాయశాఖకు చేరింది. కేంద్ర న్యాయ శాఖ వర్గాలు నిబంధనల ప్రకారం శేషాద్రినాయుడు, అంగీకారాన్ని  కోరాయి. న్యాయమూర్తిగా భాద్యతలు చేపట్టేందుకు ఆయన తన  అంగీకారాన్ని తెలిపారు. ప్రధాన మంత్రి, రాష్ట్రపతి ఆమోద ముద్ర వేయగానే, న్యాయమూర్తిగా వీరి నియామకంపై కేంద్ర న్యాయ శాఖ నోటిఫికేషన్ జారీ చేస్తుంది. శేషాద్రినాయుడు చిత్తూరు జిల్లా, తిరుపతి సమీపంలోని గంగన గుంట గ్రామానికి చెందిన వారు. 

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Nutakki Priyanka emerge champion in National U-11 Chess



NEW DELHI: Top seed Priyanka Nutakki of Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh clinched the girls titles of the National Under-11 Chess Championship, which concluded on Tuesday.

Priyanka (10) beat Lakshmi C of Tamil Nadu in the eleventh and final round of the event at the Ludlow Castle Sports Complex.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Vote for Miss New York 2013 Nina Davuluri

Please vote for Nina Davuluri Miss USA
Also share this info with your frineds: 

http://www.missamerica.org/videocontest/default.aspx

This is your chance to vote for a finalist at the 2014 Miss America Competition! Vote for the ONE person you would like to see become America's Choice live on ABC on Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 9 pm EST at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey! To cast your vote, visit http://www.missamerica.org/VideoContest.

Follow the directions provided to select which contestant you would like to vote for. There is a limit of one (1) vote per person per contestant, regardless of method of voting. Voting closes at 11:59 pm EST on September 12, 2013.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHJOWvBpZ3E

Kamma Naidu girl Neekita makes her way to be Miss Universe NZ

Yet another milestone in the history of Fiji Indian talent; a former Fijian paving her way towards her dream. Born In Fiji and moved to New Zealand in 1997 growing up to be a Kiwi, Neekita Naidu is one of the top 20 finalists of the 2013 Miss Universe New Zealand.
Ms Naidu who is a full time Wholesale travel consultant, likes to do a little bit of everything like; dancing, cooking, meeting new people and obviously travelling her dream is to see as many countries in the world as she can.
“I realized at a young age that nothing else would make me experience life more intensely. There is so much to see in this world meeting people from all walks of life has definitely changed my perception in living and made me more of a open-minded person,” Ms Neekita Naidu said.
“My Ambition is to make my mark in this industry and reach the top and win this competition to represent New Zealand at the International Stage of Miss Universe in Moscow ,” Ms Naidu added.
Been discovered by a photographer in a mall one day she thought why not giving it a go and started her modeling career, having done major corporate events, Lots of modeling work, runway shows, TV commercials.
“This work has definitely bought me recognition and offers keep rolling in but have to juggle as I work full time but I am a self-made independent woman and strive to succeed in whatever path I choose. For now, my goal is to win and be the Next Miss universe New Zealand,” the finalist said.
She said the experience in the journey has been overwhelming so far From day one of bootcamp till today, Top 20 Finalists been treated to a trip away to Thailand to do a official swimwear photo shoot.
Ms Naidu has been taught and skilled by some of the very talented people in the industry, with her Make-up given by Evana Patterson, Miss Universe NZ National Director and New Zealand makeup artist for Max Factor, A presentation on Fashion by a leading New Zealand stylist.
The shooting of her Headshots by renowned photographer Vanessa Wood (Suede Studios) A TV/Media workshop presented by Nigel Godfrey, one of New Zealand’s most experienced TV Producers and Directors, Catwalk and photo-shoot training presented by leading NZ choreographer, Emma McLachlan from Diamond Dance (X Factor choreographer) AND former title holders of Miss New Zealand.
She says that a lot more is to learn final in the week of which will be in Auckland from 26 September till  13 – 6thOctober.
The Red Carpet Gala Final will take place at SKY City on October 5, it is going to be a packed night with a ‘Purple Carpet’ more celebrities than you can poke a stick at – top line entertainment, including from X Factor – Gap 5 and Maaka Fiso, Tim Beveridge and that’s just naming 3 with a lot to name from.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Kamma Beauty Queens

1) Nina Davuluri Miss NewYork (USA) and Miss USA 2013
2) Leela Naidu Prattipati - Miss India 1954
3) Sindhura Gadde - Miss India World 2005 and Semi Finalist Miss World 2005
4) Vasuki Sunkavalli - Miss Universe India 2011
5) Kerishnie Naicker - Miss South Africa 1997
6) Pratima Yarlagadda - Miss Indiana (USA) 1999 and Finalist Miss USA 1999
7) Kaisha Naidoo - Miss South Africa finalist 2010
8) Sandhya Naidoo - Miss South Africa finalist 2010 ( Second Princess at the Miss SA Teen competition in 2005)

Padma Shri Dr.Lavu Narendranath new NIMS head

Hyderabad: Newly appointed Director of the Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) Dr Lavu Narendranath said his priority would be to improve patient care in the hospital. He also admitted that financial power was concentrated in a few hands and he would like to empower more people to have a say in the financial affairs of the institution.
Dr Lavu Narendranath, a Padma Shri, took charge on Sunday as the new director of NIMS on the recommendations of the search committee.
At one point, the search committee thought of bringing in new faces from outside the institution to lead it, but finally zeroed in on Dr Narendranath. An orthopaedic surgeon, Dr Narendranath brings with him a deep knowledge of the working of the hospital.
He has worked with the former President of India, Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, to invent ultra low weight prosthetic limbs for polio affected persons and amputees.
“I think time should be given for both. I would want to fix responsibilities on individuals based on their performance. There are a lot of senior faculty at NIMS who are just two or three years junior to me. They can be entrusted with a lot of work,” said Dr Narendranath.
“I personally feel the administration should be out in the wards. It was the practice earlier but it was slowly given up and I want to bring that back,” he added.
Dr Narendranath also admitted that there could be corruption in the NIMS administration and said his priority was to see it is not repeated. “There are allegations of corruption and there are so many so it must be true. But, at the same time, it is also easy to make allegations and no action can be taken until they are proven.” 
Listing out his priorities, he said he would look at expanding the purchase committee and also include external experts in decision making. “The habit of our hospital is not bargaining with a supplier and not checking what rate the supplier is selling the same products at outside. But now we want to create a level playing field,” he said. He said the administration is working to get the NIMS Bibinagar campus back on track. “The construction was completed about five years ago. We are planning to get it done in phases,” he said.
The government is looking at adding new specialties at the Bibinagar campus which are not available at NIMS. A trauma centre will be set up for accident victims between Warangal and Hyderabad.

Justice Nuthalapati Venkata Ramana appointed as Delhi's new Chief Justice


Justice Nuthalapati Venkata Ramana, a judge of the  High , was Friday appointed as the chief justice of the  High Court, an official statement said.
Justice Ramana, 56, will succeed Chief Justice D. Murugesan, who retired in June. Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed has been the acting chief justice since then.
"The president has appointed Justice Nuthalapati Venkata Ramana, judge of the High Court of Andhra Pradesh, as the Chief Justice of the High Court of Delhi with effect from the date he assumes charge of his office," said a law ministry statement.
Justice Ramana was appointed as a permanent judge of the Andhra Pradesh High Court on June 27, 2000.
He had enrolled as an advocate in February 1983 and has practiced in the Andhra Pradesh High Court, central and state administrative tribunals and the Supreme Court.
He holds specialisation in constitutional, criminal, service and inter-state river laws.
Born in an agricultural family on Aug 27, 1957 in Ponnavaram village of Andhra Pradesh's Krishna district, Justice Ramana is also the president of the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Academy.