Going on with the nativity factor decided by the Telangana government and other allied issues associated with the fee reimbursement scheme of the students, the most important issue turns to be the owning of responsibility of those students from the villages which were under the jurisdiction of East Godavari before 1956 and later merged withContinue reading “Who will own responsibility of these students?”
Monthly Archives: July 2014
Masaipet school bus incident: Whose fault?
There is no doubt that on the fateful morning of Thursday, many parents have been left with nothing else than the heartache caused due to the loss of their kids’ lives. It is evident that early on Thursday, a school bus belonging to Kakatiya School was hit by a Nanded Passenger train at Masaipet ofContinue reading “Masaipet school bus incident: Whose fault?”
Rails on roads: A critical analysis
It is just when the mishaps occur that the concerned authorities come out to blame each other. But, there are no evidences for the government opting for the preventive measures to avoid such mishaps. One after another mishaps have been occurring and they may not be the same in intensity and nature. But, for sureContinue reading “Rails on roads: A critical analysis”
Scapegoats in KCR, Chandrababu’s fight
The state bifurcation of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh eventually yanked into many predicaments. Many hot issues emulate the adversities being faced by the people of either state. Issues like the pronouncement of deciding the nativity of the students for the fee reimbursement or the condition of the people of the submerging villages of Polavaram Project areContinue reading “Scapegoats in KCR, Chandrababu’s fight”
KCR: A dab hand leader of management!!
The conventional belief is that a leader is different from a manager and a manager is different from a leader. Can the two go hand in hand in a person? Rarely, but it is not an absurdity. The Chief Minister of Telangana KCR is a good example for the same, in my opinion. In orderContinue reading “KCR: A dab hand leader of management!!”
Do you know Sita Sahu?
If Maria Sharapova said that she was not aware who Sachin Tendulkar was, the entire media made it an issue and telecasted various special programmes on that. But, how many among us really know who Sita Sahu is? Sita Sahu, a double Olympian medallist, has to struggle to make her livelihood turned to be aContinue reading “Do you know Sita Sahu?”
Ashok Babu is just a closed chapter?
Ashok Babu was the name that made rounds during the Samaikyandhra agitation. Almost every day, all newspapers and news channels used to cover some or other news related to him. He became prominent among the masses more than the political leaders during that time and became legendary within no time. He was discharged at theContinue reading “Ashok Babu is just a closed chapter?”
KCR’s one month as Chief Minister: An analysis
As the Chief Minister of Telangana, KCR has completed one month already. During this one month he has shown his impact certainly. Right from grabbing the attention of all sectors of people to satisfying the government employees with his promises like getting a weekly off for the policemen etc, everything had his own brand image.Continue reading “KCR’s one month as Chief Minister: An analysis”
Modi’s meaningful comment
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, on Tuesday (June 30, 2014), after the successful launch of PSLV-C23 that carried five foreign satellites to space, said that the cost of sending an Indian Rocket to space was less than the money invested into the film Gravity. Gravity is a British-American film starring George Clooney and SandraContinue reading “Modi’s meaningful comment”
Little bit sense of responsibility can avert tragedies!
During the last month, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states have seen two major tragedies in which almost 50 people lost their lives. First it was the Beas River tragedy in Himachal Pradesh wherein 24 students of VNR VJIET college of Hyderabad have lost their lives and then it was the tragedy caused due to theContinue reading “Little bit sense of responsibility can avert tragedies!”