With Andhra Pradesh loss and no role in national politics, has Chandrababu Naidu reached end of the road?
Chandrababu Naidu knows that if he doesn't repair his image and revamp his party in Andhra Pradesh soon, the BJP is waiting to usurp the space the TDP and Congress occupy in the state.
Jaganmohan Reddy on way to do a YSR with 3,000-km padayatra, but is it enough to pip Chandrababu Naidu in Andhra Pradesh?
Jagan is hoping the anti-incumbency against the TDP rule, anger against many unkept promises, inability to get special category status for Andhra Pradesh, allegations of corruption would come home to roost Chandrababu Naidu.
Gujarat Congress MLAs defect to BJP: Resort politics must end, parties must treat legislators with respect
The sordid story of the Congress herding its Gujarat MLAs to Bengaluru on Friday and virtually locking them in a resort to keep them safe from poachers in the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections reminds me of the two delightful scenes from Orwell’s novella.
Telangana's chilli crisis shows how state's myopic policy is ill equipped to deal with the problem of plenty
The farmers let their burning anger out by shouting anti-government slogans and smashing whatever came their way in protest against not getting remunerative price for their chilli harvest.
Having achieved the top rank in ease of doing business in the country, Andhra Pradesh has now set its sights on becoming one of the top 10 investment destinations in the world in the next few years.
Though the AP government has doled out lucrative sops to lure its employees to uproot themselves lock, stock and barrel from Hyderabad and move to the new capital city, a series of hurdles has forced the state to put the plan on hold.
The day's proceedings in Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly ended in a stalemate on Saturday as legislators from Telangana joined their Seemaandhra colleagues in stalling the House over the state bifurcation issue.