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KCR Making Wild Allegations, Says Venkaiah

Refuting the allegation levelled by TRS chief K Chandrasekara Rao that he had conspired with TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu to prevent TRS from coming to power in Telangana, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said his party's electoral alliance with ... New Indian Express, 2 days ago

Kavita Arrives in Hyderabad to Grand Welcome

TRS chief K Chandrasekara Rao's daughter and Telangana Jagruthi president K Kavitha was given a rousing reception by Telangana supporters at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad near here on Tuesday. Kavita was brought in a rally from ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Don't worry about Andhra assembly, Telangana is a reality now: TRS  Rediff.com2 months ago Nizamabad, Telangana's blockbuster contest  Rediff.com1 week ago Will family politics win over votes in Telangana?  Rediff.com1 week ago

Importance of BJP-TDP deal

Left in the shadows for over a decade, TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu was only too eager to strike a deal with a party that seemed headed for power at the Centre, and so make the best of a bad situation in alliance with BJP. Thereby, Mr Naidu hopes ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago

Chiranjeevi's presence: Bane or ...

Megastar K Chiranjeevi, fondly called as Amitabh Bachchan of Telugu cinema, is staring down the barrel in this pilgrim hub as many angry voters, who sent him to Andhra Pradesh assembly five years ago, now paint him as a villain who couldn't prevent ...
 Siasat Daily3 days ago Is actor Chiranjeevi's presence in Seemandhra a boon or bane for Congress?  Deccan Chronicle3 days ago Chiranjeevi's presence: Bane or boon for Cong nominee?  Business Standard India3 days ago Chiranjeevi`s presence: Bane or boon for Congress nominee?  ZeeNews.com3 days ago

Will KCR survive the acid test alone this time?

The TRS performed well in the last two major elections -- in 2004 and 2009, because of two reasons -- on the Telangana sentiment and the fact that it had allied first with the Congress and then with the TDP. Will it better its previous performances, considering it is going it alone this time, asks Vicky Nanjappa For the Telangana Rashtra Samithi, the 2014 elections would be an acid test. After its chief K Chandrasekara Rao came out of the Telugu Desam Party and formed his own party, it has ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Congress's AP story: Doomed in Seema-Andhra, outsmarted in Telangana

The thumping electoral victory the Congress had dreamt about is now a distant reality, says Vicky Nanjappa The Congress is gearing up for a rough ride in both Seema-Andhra and Telangana. The Congress, which scored consecutive victories in the state assembly elections in 2004 and 2009, is indeed in a sorry state in Seema-Andhra. Few senior leaders are willing to contest from the region, which is still seething with rage over the bifurcation of the state, as they fear that it will end their ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago To delay or not to delay Andhra polls, wonders confused Congress  Rediff.com2 months ago

CPI Seeks 3 Lok Sabha, 15 Assembly Seats

State CPI secretary K Narayana on Tuesday demanded three Lok Sabha and 15 Assembly seats as part of poll alliance with TRS. TRS politburo member and MP K Keshav Rao met Narayana at his residence on Tuesday evening. They were closet for over 45 ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Challenges for next Govt

The 15th Lok Sabha was consigned to history after so much of disgrace was embedded in parliamentary annals and the combatants - a weak government surviving on sufferance and a disruptive opposition - struck platitudinous notes for last rites before ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago UPA leaves manifold challenges for next Government  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago India at crossroads  Millennium Post1 month ago

KCR wants Telangana CM's post but Cong plays hardball

Notwithstanding advice that he might turn into a ‘non-entity’, the TRS president has conveyed to the Congress leadership that he must be made the chief minister of Telangana if the Congress is looking for a merger between the two parties. However, the Pradesh Congress Committee president’s post is all that is being offered by the Grand Old Party at the moment. Vicky Nanjappa reports. What exactly does the Congress want from the Telangana Rastriya Samiti? It is not interested ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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