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Two Telugu States should be welcomed: Jana Reddy

Two Telugu States should be welcomed: Jana Reddy

Hyderabad, Aug 3 : Panchayat Raj Minister K Jana Reddy on Saturday said that the creation of two Telugu States should be seen with a positive perspective instead of treating it like a division of Telugu people. Talking to reporters at Gandhi Bhavan, Jana Reddy said that nothing could break unity among Telugus. However, he said two regions were being ...

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Sort out issues before tabling Bill: YSRCP

Sort out issues before tabling Bill: YSRCP

Hyderabad, Aug 3 : YSR Congress has demanded the Centre to bring out a draft proposal, spelling out the measures that it will take to address the consequences that would be arising out of the division of the State, before tabling the Bill in the Parliament. “We demand that the Centre should come out with a concrete proposal on the ...

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T-agitations a big dampener to business confidence in AP: Survey

T-agitations a big dampener to business confidence in AP: Survey

Hyderabad, Aug 3 : Majority of India Inc, surveyed by ASSOCHAM, perceives that the state of Andhra Pradesh may be in for a long haul of agitations and Bandhs on the knotty Telangana issue taking a toll on investment in the state, particularly in the new economy of the Hyderabad city. As many as 67 per cent of the CEOs ...

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Anam accuses TDP, YSRCP of inciting violence in Seemandhra

Anam accuses TDP, YSRCP of inciting violence in Seemandhra

Hyderabad, Aug 3 : Congress MLA Anam Vivekananda Reddy on Saturday accused TDP and YSR Congress party leaders of inciting violence in the Seemandhra regions to defame the ruling party. Talking to reporters here, Vivekananda Reddy said that the TDP and YSRCP activists vandalised the statues of Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi in Andhra and Rayalaseema regions and shifted the ...

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Hyderabad is not KCR’s jagir: Sailajanath

Hyderabad is not KCR’s jagir: Sailajanath

Hyderabad, Aug 3 : Primary Education Minister S Sailajanath on Saturday asked TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao to restrain from making provocative statements. Talking to reporters at the Congress Legislature Party office here, Sailajanath said that the Congress High Command has only announced its decision on Telangana and a separate State is not yet created. Therefore, he said that KCR ...

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