Congress will sweep Telangana, people are angry at KCR's broken promises, says Captain Uttam Kumar Reddy
Congress's Telangana president Captain Uttam Kumar Reddy says that battle has turned around and that the Congress would perform a clean sweep in the upcoming Assembly elections in all the five states including Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram
Both the Congress and the ruling TRS are competing to ally with the TDP in Telangana. However, the choice before the TDP is a difficult one.
Centre's refusal to confer special status to Andhra has given Chandrababu Naidu chance to overcome anti-incumbency
Chandrababu Naidu has successfully used people's discontent over Centre's refusal to confer special status to Andhra Pradesh as an instrument to avoid the sporadic disgruntlement over the non-implementation of several promises made by TDP in 2014
Chandrababu Naidu makes BJP look bad over special status row, but gambit may only pay off if Andhra buys sob story
WITh TDP's exit from the NDA govt over special status for Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu has not only made BJP look bad, he also ensured that YSR Congress cannot think of allying with BJP now
Rift between TDP and BJP widens: Chandrababu Naidu tells party MPs to keep up protest against Centre over Budget allocation
Chandrababu Naidu called an emergency meeting with TDP MPs and said that "the Centre was behaving in such a way that it was making people of Andhra Pradesh feel that they were not part of the nation
Jairam Ramesh is aware that people, especially from Andhra region, are sore with his role in carving out a separate Telangana.
The President's rule which is in place in united Andhra Pradesh will be revoked partially tomorrow to facilitate the swearing-in of new government under KCR.
Telangana, for one last time, voted as a region and, for the first time, has chosen its first state government through peaceful polling.
While Chiranjeevi held Kiran responsible for the division, the latter hit back saying that the actor-turned-politician was speaking like "a comedian".
Congress today claimed that it would win a chunk of seats in Telangana in upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly elections even though the party is "open" for electoral alliances.
A bench headed by Justice HL Dattu issued notice to the Centre on a batch of petitions filed by several people, including former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Kiran Reddy, challenging bifurcation of the State.
The TRS has decided to go it alone in the upcoming polls and its a decision that is viewed with happiness by the BJP.
The division of Andhra Pradesh is unlikely to have a major impact immediately on the Telugu film industry based in Hyderabad, though tax structure would be a motivating factor, leading film personalities said here today.
The development came on a day when the TRS president also met Congress president Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi and thanked her for ensuring the passage of the Telangana Bill in Parliament.
Naidu said Telangana and Seemandhra should fill the gap of 40-50 seats that the BJP reportedly still requires to be assured of forming the next government.
The well was littered with torn papers believed to be copies of the Bill, some of them thrown towards the PM. Placard carrying members positioned themselves in front of MPs trying to make themselves heard so they could be caught by the cameras.
"If they didn't do it (move amendments) in Lok Sabha, I don't see why they should do it in Rajya Sabha. I have requested them to let the bill be passed," Nath said.
What prompted the BJP to support Telangana in the Lok Sabha despite the concerns voiced by senior party leader LK Advani?
The Congress’s design behind this last minute push after consciously delaying it for the last 10 years was understandable. But it was majoritarianism of the worst kind where the main opposition party BJP considered it self incumbent to support the ruling party