Sunday, February 22, 2015
Dr. Linga Goud Memula, First NRI of Ankapur Village and charitable trust Lacha Goud Satyamma Memula Trust in Ankapur village news in Eenadu Nizamabad Edition district editions...
Dr. Linga Goud Memula and his wife Chandra Kala Memula are Non Resident Indians of Ankapur village, migrated to USA in 1964... they established a trust to give back to motherland ...Their list of charitable activities include, merit scholarships to poor students, community service, vacational training to rural youth, drinking water units, health check up camps etc... they are inspiration to all the NRIs of India...
Monday, February 9, 2015
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Agriculture Officers and Scientists from 17 countires (Bangladesh,Srilanka,Kyrgyzstan,Botswana,Algeria,Syria,Kenya,Mauritius,Myanmar,Mongolia, Eritrea,Serbia,Cuba,Uganda,South Sudan,Tanzania,and Ivory Coast) visits Ankapur A Model Village in Telangana, India, to study Modern Farming Methods and Commercial Seed (Sorghum, Bazra) industry... National Institute of Rural Development coordinated the tour...
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Blood Donation Event Conducted by Ganga Devi Youth Association and Indian Red Cross Society Nizamabad chapter at Ankapur village on 27th Dec, 2014.
Blood Donation Event Conducted by Ganga Devi Youth Association and Indian Red Cross Society Nizamabad chapter at Ankapur village on 27th Dec, 2014. Organized by Vinod Reddy Kommula.
Monday, December 22, 2014
Sunday, December 21, 2014
Actor Nagarjuna Appreciating Ankapur A Model Village for Agriculture development, Turmeric Cultivation, and Ankapur Country Hen Chicken Curry in a programme with actor Nitin on Maa TV on Dec 19, 2014. Youtube Video Link: Actor Nagarjuna Appreciating Ankapur A Model Village...
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Ankapur a Model village in Telangana-A role model for other villages... Article in The Hindu -India's National News daily-October 18, 2014.
Link: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/telangana/ankapur-a-role-model-for-telangana-villages/article6497232.ece Rich farmers who have earned global praise for their effective agricultural practices, and a strong NRI population, have made Ankapur self-sufficient A small, self-sufficient and agriculturally rich village, Ankapur is a model for all villages in Telangana. Located in Armoor mandal on NH-63, 20 kilometres away from the district headquarters, the village is also known as ‘mini USA’ due to all the urban facilities it boasts of. Farmers here are famous for having adopted modern farming methods in cultivating commercial crops like turmeric, maize and vegetables on a large scale. They cultivate commercial crops, as opposed to traditional ones like paddy, in a district now known to be the rice bowl of Telangana. Farmers are well aware of how to adopt modern methods to augment their output amid scanty rainfall, and they therefore never look at governments for succour even in the worst of scenarios. Hence, more than 75 per cent farmers who took crop and other agriculture loans have already repaid the banks without seeking a waiver. The village has earned recognition from national and international agricultural research bodies such as the ICAR, ICRISAT and the International Rice Research Institute. This, probably, is only the village in Telangana that has a separate web portal created by its NRIs. “We have over 500 educated youth either working or pursuing higher studies in the USA, the UK, the UAE and other countries. The village has sound financial strength with the money sent by them, besides agricultural income,” says Challa Ananta Reddy, chairman of Village Development Committee. Women work hard here and even though no household owns more than 10 acres of land, they produce a maximum output. During one bumper harvest, farmers were said to have purchased so many new cars with the remuneration from crops. There are 22 seed processing units in the village. The red jowar seed developed here is exported to northern India. Seed companies like Pioneer, Pro-Agro, Ganga Kaveri, Kaveri, Tulasi and Nuziveedu have processing units in the village. These companies have mitigated the problem of unemployment to a large extent. It is no exaggeration if one says that the village has no thatched houses and huts. Inhabited by 5,689 people (as per 2011 Census), the village has 1,520 households and over 2,000 acres of cultivable land. This could be one among a few villages which has a less number of white ration cards, according to Village Revenue Officer Mohan. The VDC plays a pivotal role for the discipline and development of the village, says M.C. Ganga Reddy, president of the Rythu Sangham. Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, on a recent visit to the village, had praised it and doled out several sops, while also appealing to other villages to emulate Ankapur for its self-sufficiency.
Friday, December 5, 2014
Dr.Loka Sudarshan Reddy, first doctor of Ankapur village conducting free ENT and health checkup camp at Zilla Parishad High School (ZPHS) at Ankapur village on Republic day, January 26th, 2014.
Captain,Dr.Loka Sudarshan Reddy, first doctor of Ankapur village conducting free ENT and health checkup camp at Zilla parishad high school (ZPHS) at Ankapur village on Republic day, january 26th, 2014. He offered scholarship to merit student in the class. Village Development Committe (VDC) Ankapur Development Forum (ADF) and Ankapur NRI Forum (ANF) appreciates his social service and love on Ankapur village...