Telangana government needs to make a fuss about Bona Vacantia lands


Going on with the demolition of illegal constructions undertaken at Ayyappa Society, I happened to remember about many issues related to Bona Vacantia lands. I wonder why not the Telangana government focus on tracing the Red Book and owning the Bona Vacantia lands. This has been the question that repeatedly bothering my mind.   AfterContinue reading “Telangana government needs to make a fuss about Bona Vacantia lands”

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PV Narasimha Rao remembered on his 93rd birth anniversary


Pamulaparti Venkata Narasimha Rao, more aptly known as PV Narasimha Rao, was born on the same day in 1921. He began his career as an advocate and later turned a politician who served as the tenth Prime Minister of India during the period 1991-1996. He is the first ever Prime Minister of India representing non Hindi speaking community. Till then allContinue reading “PV Narasimha Rao remembered on his 93rd birth anniversary”

Telangana Vs Andhra Pradesh: The game of perfidy against students   


A fight for the self governance and self respect to upkeep the heritage and cultural values of Telangana region has ultimately led for the formation of Telangana. Despite the fact Telangana got its statehood the domineered state remains still domineering, palpably. May be the same feeling has become the root cause for many issues thatContinue reading “Telangana Vs Andhra Pradesh: The game of perfidy against students   “

Who’s the ultimate loser – Telangana or Andhra Pradesh?


  Ever since Telangana has been carved out of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh, both Telangana and residuary Andhra Pradesh have been facing some or other problems related to various issues. Most dominating problems in the row are the Polavaram issue, power distribution and water allocations between the states. It’s not even one month that the twoContinue reading “Who’s the ultimate loser – Telangana or Andhra Pradesh?”

What does the Official Languages Act say?


The debate that has become very popular on the social media for the use of Hindi in the official accounts has hit none other than the PMO when Jayalalithaa, The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu has written a letter to Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India. By making it a mention that English shouldContinue reading “What does the Official Languages Act say?”

Dilemma, facts over Polavaram Project


The ordinance issue for the inclusion of seven mandals of Bhadrachalam division in Khammam district has been the hot news for last few days. A study conducted by the Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS) let slips the fact that Polavaram irrigation project through its storage waters of the project on the Godavari RiverContinue reading “Dilemma, facts over Polavaram Project”

Chandrababu, KCR’s in pink competition to dig up pride of Telugus!!


The last 10 days of happening in residuary Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states reveal the fact that there is an ongoing healthy competition between the two Chief Ministers – Nara Chandrababu Naidu (CBN) and Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR). Both Naidu and KCR do have the statesmen like qualities and transparently have a vision to developContinue reading “Chandrababu, KCR’s in pink competition to dig up pride of Telugus!!”

KCR the omnipotent


The Friday (June 13, 2014) speech inside the Telangana state assembly and council by KCR, the Chief Minister of Telangana, has grabbed the attention of not only the people of the state, but also the political analysts. His speech was immaculate which had an impact on the opposition party leaders, MLAs and MLCs as well;Continue reading “KCR the omnipotent”

State division doubles traffic jam!!


With the carving out of Telangana state from the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh state, though the state has been bifurcated, the traffic jams on Hyderabad roads have become doubled up. May be wondering what relationship the traffic jam has to do with the state bifurcation. Yes, it does have a relationship. The Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation BillContinue reading “State division doubles traffic jam!!”

Unknown Soldier remembered in calamities, forgotten otherwise!!


Jai Jawan Jai Kisan was a popular slogan given to India by the then Prime Minister of India Lal Bahadur Shastri in 1965 at a public gathering at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi. The importance of soldiers and farmers was symbolized in this way to the nation. Nevertheless, both the farmers and the soldiers areContinue reading “Unknown Soldier remembered in calamities, forgotten otherwise!!”