Coming Monday will be the first anniversary of arrest of Kadapa MP and YSRC president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy.
YSR Congress party plans to organize a protest in Hyderabad on May 27 and 28 against the continuing incarceration of party chief Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy. Jagan was arrested by the CBI on May 27 2012 in a disproportionate assets case.
YSRCP leader and convener of its trade union wing, Janak Prasad, said a candle rally will be held at People’s Plaza on the Necklace Road on May 27.
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A 29-year-old woman and her two-year-old baby died of heat wave at Hayatnagar in Ranga Reddy district a few hours ago. As the woman lay dead on the street, her two-year-old baby on her lap too died, shocking the passers by in the suburb on the outskirts of state capital. Police rushed the bodies to hospital and there after to mortuary for identification.
Andhra Pradesh virtually turned into a furnace due to severe heatwave and sun stroke hitting the poor, destitute and the aged in worst...Read Full Story
Deputy Chief minister D Rajanarasimha has been crossing swords with the CM at every opportunity.
He skipped the meet on SC/ST sub plan review early this week and also walked out of the Congress meet yesterday when the CM Kiran began his speech.
The second-in-command in the state government, left the meeting in huff when the Chief Minister N Kiran kumar Reddy started his speech, in the crucial meeting organized to prepare party’s strategy for local body elections at Kotla Vijayabhaskara Reddy...Read Full Story
Andhra Pradesh is in the grip of severe heat wave. Delayed monsoons and hot winds from North had put the state on a hot plate with mercury shooting between 42 to 49 degrees on average.
The Hyderabad city also boiled with the day temperatures touching a peak of 45 degree Celsius, the season’s highest, as recorded by the Met Department. The official warning from the department is that the prevailing heat wave is likely to continue for at least two more days, with the maximum temperature...Read Full Story
The Congress high command appears to ignore the May 30 deadline given by a couple of MPs and thereby decided to keep the Telangana issue on the shelf forever.
Even as almost all the pre-poll surveys have predicted a complete rout for the Congress in the Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh, the core committee of Congress which met prior to UPA celebrations decided to keep mum on Telangana.
One of the surveys predicted that the Congress would be routed in Telangana, while Telangana Rashtra...Read Full Story
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