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Cong T-announcement is incomplete: Naidu

Cong T-announcement is incomplete: Naidu

Hyderabad, July 31 : Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday said that the announcement made by the Congress party on formation of Telangana was incomplete. Addressing a press conference at his residence here, Naidu said that the CWC thought of no mechanism to decide the important subjects like River water sharing, jobs and resources. He said that ...

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Seema leaders to approach court to stall Telangana

Seema leaders to approach court to stall Telangana

Hyderabad, July 31 : Congress leaders from Rayalaseema on Wednesday threatened to move the court against the decision of Congress-led UPA Government to create Telangana by bifurcating Andhra Pradesh. Talking to reporters after having a meeting with ministers and legislators from Rayalaseema region, Ministers TG Venkatesh, Erasu Pratap Reddy and SM Ahmadullah said that they might filed Public Interest Litigations ...

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Samaikhyandhra activists vandalize Indira, Rajiv statues

Samaikhyandhra activists vandalize Indira, Rajiv statues

Hyderabad, July 31 : Several statues of former Prime Ministers Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi were vandalised by the Samaikhyandhra activists at several places in Andhra and Rayalaseema region in protest against UPA’s decisino to create Telangana. Several activists, who went on rampage, targeted the statues of Congress Prime Ministers. While there were minor incidents of violent protest elsewhere in ...

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Digvijay Singh justifies making Hyderabad as common capital

Digvijay Singh justifies making Hyderabad as common capital

New Delhi, July 31 : AICC General Secretary and in-charge for AP Congress Affairs Digvijay Singh on Wednesday justified making Hyderabad as the common capital for the two States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Talking to reporters here, Digvijay Singh said that there was no harm in sharing a capital as it would need some time to create a new ...

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Bandh paralyses life in Seemandhra region

Bandh paralyses life in Seemandhra region

Vijayawada, July 31 : Normal life came to a halt in Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra regions on Wednesday following a 48-hour bandh call given by different groups against the Congress-led UPA Government’s decision to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. All educational institutions, business and commercial establishments remained closed across the Seemandhra region. The State-run APSRTC and KSRTC have suspended their services in ...

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