What if the politicians are not aware of rules?


Getting elected to a legislative body may be an easy issue, if a person is offered ticket by the trendy political party and with the astute use of the personal influence. But, the same may obscure the image of self as well as the legislative institute, if the people’s representatives are not aware of atContinue reading “What if the politicians are not aware of rules?”

Why state governments stand firm against prohibition of liquor?


Despite the fact that most people lose their lives under the influence of liquor and a strong resistance from the women of all categories, most of the state governments never bother to proscribe the liquor business in their respective states. Even if a daring step is ever taken by the leaders with some vision, the same will be revoked inContinue reading “Why state governments stand firm against prohibition of liquor?”

Is there any connection between Ganesh Chathurthi and rainfall?


Have you ever noticed that at most places every year on Ganesh Chathurthi, rainfall may be scantly but occurs? Why is it so? Is there any relationship between Ganesh Chathurthi and rainfall?   The beginnings of the Ganesh festival can be traced back to a time when most of the populace of India lived byContinue reading “Is there any connection between Ganesh Chathurthi and rainfall?”

Why doesn’t KCR think of this ‘pink’ concept?


KCR, the Chief Minister of Telangana, has already made his only one of its kind impact with the introduction of the hi-tech police patrolling vehicles in Hyderabad. He has many similar plans in the pipeline for obvious reasons as he wishes to see a ‘Golden Telangana’ in a stipulated time frame.   Placed below isContinue reading “Why doesn’t KCR think of this ‘pink’ concept?”

Bharat Ratna Vs Param Vir Chakra


Ever since the news began making rounds that the ruling NDA government at the centre has decided to recommend the names of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Dhyan Chand for the decoration of Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian honour in India, many opinions in various forms started wavering around. While some peopleContinue reading “Bharat Ratna Vs Param Vir Chakra”

What does opposition mean? Is it only opposing every decision taken by the government ?


“The TRS government has completed two months term by now. Yet, there is no palpable progression in the state” has been the routine and recurring statement given by almost all leaders of the opposition parties in Telangana. From the other side, KCR, the Chief Minister of Telangana, has been countering the same stating that heContinue reading “What does opposition mean? Is it only opposing every decision taken by the government ?”

Powers of governors in India


Special powers to governor of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have become a cause of concern not only for the people of either state, but also for the entire nation. Some of the analysts opine that giving special powers concerning the law and order situation of Hyderabad is a sort of violation of the spirit ofContinue reading “Powers of governors in India”

Bharat Ratna for the unsung hero Subhash Chandra Bose


If the buzz is to be believed, Netajai Subash Chandra Bose who remained an unsung hero will be conferred with the highest civilian honour Bharat Ratna this year. It is learnt that Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India will be making an official statement on August 15, 2014 during the Independence Day Celebrations. SubashContinue reading “Bharat Ratna for the unsung hero Subhash Chandra Bose”

KCR’s policy: Better late than never


Time and again KCR countered the comments made by the leaders of opposition parties who have been stating that nothing has happened even after 2 months of functioning of the TRS government in the newly emerged state of Telangana. Of course, most of the time KCR has been busy these two months only with manyContinue reading “KCR’s policy: Better late than never”

Prof Jayashankar remembered on his 81st birth anniversary


The only person who needs no introduction and the ideologue of Telangana movement is Kothapalli Jayashankar popularly known as Professor Jayashankar. He was born on the same day in 1934. Prof Jayashankar had fought for a separate state since 1952. He often stated that unequal distribution of river water was the root cause of separate Telangana movement.  Continue reading “Prof Jayashankar remembered on his 81st birth anniversary”