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Unidentified persons escaped with an China Wholesale sequin embroidery machines ATM, containing over Rs 14 lakh, in Anantnag district of south Kashmir, police said on Thursday.A case has been registered and a hunt launched to nab the accused and recover the stolen ATM, the official said.Quoting bank officials, he said Rs 14,56,000 in cash were inside the machine.The burglars struck at Mominabad village near Ashajipora, 55 km from Srinagar, in the wee hours and took away the Automated Teller Machine of Jammu and Kashmir Bank, a police official said.Chintakindi Mallesham from Telangana invented Laxmi ASU machine to reduce the time and menial labour required to weave Pochampalli silk sarees.
Daripalli Ramaiah, 68, knows as Chetla Ramaiah or “The Tree Man” from Telangana has also been selected for Padma Shri.”Granny with a sword”, 76-year-old Meenaakshi Amma from Kerala, who began her martial art classes at the age of seven, has also been chosen for Padma Shri. His invention impacted 60 per cent of looms engaged in weaving Pochampalli. Ms Yadav, 91, is the first woman from Indore to hold an MBBS degree.) Devi Prasad Dwivedi (literature and education), Tehemton Udwadia (medicine), Ratna Sundar Maharaj (spiritualism), Swami Niranjana Nanda Saraswati (Yoga), Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn from Thailand (literature) and Late Shri Cho Ramaswamy (posthumous) for literature and journalism.
Spiritual guru Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, singer K.Seven persons have been awarded the Padma Bhushan, India’s third highest civilian honour. Dr Suniti Solomon, who diagnosed the first AIDS case in India in 1985, has figured in the Padma Shri list posthumously. (Dr.J.Volunteer fire fighter Bipin Ganatra from West Bengal has also been awarded Padma Shri.As many as 19 of Padma awardees this year are women and the list also includes 5 persons from the category of foreigners, NRIs, PIOs and 6 posthumous awardees. Sangma and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Sunder Lal Patwa have been given the honour posthumously.