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The former chief minister, who hitherto had rarely shown any emotions overtly, broke down at the press conference and cried for a while, alleging that the ruling YSR Congress had been humiliating him to no end
Andhra Pradesh Assembly passes resolution to abolish legislative council; TDP members boycott proceedings
The Andhra Pradesh Assembly on Monday passed a statutory resolution seeking to abolish the state Legislative Council
Chandrababu Naidu, 17 TDP MLAs taken into police custody during march against bill allowing establishment of three Andhra Pradesh capitals
Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu and at least 17 MLAs of his party were taken in police custody late on Monday as they tried to conduct a foot march from the state assembly to nearby Mandadam village in violation of prohibitory orders
Andhra Pradesh Assembly passes bill to take over retail liquor business, grants exclusive rights to govt-owned agencies
The Andhra Pradesh Assembly on Wednesday passed a bill that grants the exclusive right to government-owned agencies to sell liquor through shops in the state
TDP legislators create ruckus in Andhra Pradesh Assembly after Jagan Mohan Reddy accuses them of not paying interest-free farmer loans
Legislators of the Telegu Desam Party (TD) created ruckus in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly on Friday after giving a privilege motion alleging that chief minister Jaganmohan Reddy gave wrong information about interest-free loans to farmers
Andhra Pradesh Assembly Election Result 2019 Updates: Chandrababu Naidu submits his resignation as chief minister to Governor ESL Narasimhan
Andhra Pradesh Assembly Election Result 2019 Updates: After suffering an initial setback, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief N Chandrababu Nasu regained hold in his bastion, Kuppam constituency and also won the seat by defeating YSR Congress Party candidate K Chandra Mouli by 29, 993 votes.
Andhra Pradesh election 2019: Death of TDP worker in clash with YSRC, faulty EVMs mar polling; 75% turnout till 6 pm
Andhra Pradesh saw 75 percent turnout till 6 pm in phase one of the polling even as clashes between the workers of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and YSR Congress claimed the life of a ruling party functionary in Anantapur.
Andhra Pradesh sees violence during LS polls with two leaders killed after TDP, YSRC party workers clash in Anantapur
TDP president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu condemned the killing of his party worker and accused the YSR Congress of indulging in violence to win the election.
Andhra Pradesh Assemby's Budget Session to begin on 30 January; govt to present vote-only budget on 5 February
The Budget session of the Andhra Pradesh Legislature will begin in Amaravati on 30 January, with Governor ESL Narasimhan addressing a joint sitting of the two Houses. Assembly Speaker Kodela Sivaprasada Rao said there will also be a general discussion on the budget from 6 February.
No conspiracy behind attack on YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, says Vizag police chief; assailant suffered from split personality
The knife attack on YSR Congress chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in Vishakhapatnam in October last year had been carried out by the accused with the intention to become 'famous' and there was no conspiracy
Andhra Pradesh passes bill to provide five percent reservation for Kapus in government jobs, educational institutions
Andhra Pradesh Assembly passed a legislation to provide five percent reservation for Kapu community in government jobs and educational institutions
Assembly by-election results highlights: Bawana win is a fitting reply to 'jod-tod' politics, says AAP
The counting of votes for Panaji, Valpoi, Bawana, Nandyal Assembly bypolls began at 8 am on Monday.
Andhra Pradesh Assembly Speaker Kodela Sivaprasada Rao on Saturday rejected two separate petitions filed by Opposition YSR Congress seeking disqualification of 13 of its MLAs, who defected to the ruling TDP in recent months.
Contrary to earlier expectations, the Telangana bill will now be introduced in Lok Sabha first instead of Rajya Sabha with the government seeking a fresh recommendation from the President after the Upper House secretariat held it is a money bill.
A senior Minister, who is a member of the Group of Ministers (GoM) which finalised the Telangana draft bill, today asserted that the UPA Government has decided to form Telangana and a "complete bill" will be presented in Parliament's Budget Session "addressing all issues and concerns".
TRS MLA KT Rama Rao moved the motion as the AP Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy rose to continue his speech on the draft Bill today afternoon.
The President's decision came following a request from the Andhra Pradesh government which sought four weeks extension of the 23 January deadline fixed by him while sending the bill to the state Assembly.
Speaker Nadendla Manohar pulled up the YSRC members before he adjourned the proceedings for half-an-hour.
"Once the bill comes to us, we will place it before Parliament," he said, while replying to a question on creation of separate Telangana.
Speaker N Manohar adjourned the house as legislators from Seemandhra (Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra) surrounded the podium to oppose the bill.