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21 hours ago, ksa171983 said:

good that you missed,good that Gowtham did not get permission , good that me and sridhar did not initiate a whatsapp conversation.

Lot of patience and determination required.

Looking at the horrific traffic i remembered my saleswaram trip but at least that was to say hello to God ..

 

Haha, I must say that we are lucky. :)

 

16 hours ago, Shekar said:

Boat manager at Somasila whom with I spoke long back, Mr. Rishi Reddy 9010007152. 

 

Thank you for the information. 

 

21 hours ago, Sridhar Tandra said:

this weekend will be very similar at Nagarjunsagar

 

On weekends, Yes.
Weekdays should be fine.

Gates are still open?

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