• Political Gossip
    Kondandaram Finds His Way In Delhi
    Telangana Chief Minister KCR made a lot of foes following formation of Telangana. Though he had used the support and guidance of many during the Telangana agitation, once he was voted to power, he discarded many. One such person was Kodandaram.
    BJP To Decide After Nandyal Results
    There has been a lot of speculation regarding the future of BJP-TDP friendship. There have been innumerable number of stories and analytical stories about how the two parties are contemplating their future moves in Andhra Pradesh.
    Naidu Going Overboard In Kakinada!
    It appears Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu is taking every election – big or small – every seriously, since he is afraid that a defeat in any election would spell doom for his party in the 2019 elections.
    Lokesh Runs Down Vizag For Amaravati!
    Telugu Desam Party general secretary and Andhra Pradesh minister for IT Nara Lokesh is yet to learn the tricks of the trade in politics.
    Naidu apes KCR in publicity blitzkrieg!
    Very recently, Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao came under severe criticism for spending public money lavishly on publicity for his government and for personal political mileage.
    Desam MLA All Set To Join BJP!
    After the defection of nearly a dozen MLA into the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi in the last three years, the Telugu Desam Party in Telangana has been left with just three MLAs – A Revanth Reddy form Kodandal, S Venkata Veeraiah from Khammam and R Krishnaiah from L B Nagar.
    Naidu in trouble with Vasthu changes in temple?
    It is a known fact that Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu is not only religious, but also superstitious. Though he does not display it publicly like his Telangana counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao, Naidu also has a lot of penchant for Vasthu.
    Dera chief gets VIP treatment in jail
    Convicted of rape and criminal intimidation on two counts, Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh continued to get VIP treatment from Haryana's Manohar Lal Khattar government in prison.
    Balaiah Word Has No Value In Naidu Govt?
    Senior actor Nandamuri Balakrishna is no ordinary person. He is Telugu Desam Party MLA from Hindupur, son of party founder and legendary actor N T Rama Rao, brother-in-law of none other than present chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu and father-in-law of Naidu’s son and IT minister Nara Lokesh, who is being tipped to succeed his father, if everything goes well in 2019 elections.
    Will Pawan Kalyan Refuse CM Post?
    Well... well... well, some stories come out of the blue and make headlines for a while. Looks like this one will be one such news.
    Vizag Land Scam: Big Sharks Jump!
    It appears the Chandrababu Naidu government has allowed big political sharks quietly escape in the multi-crore Visakhapatnam land scam while making the officials as scapegoats.
    Basthi Me Sawaal: Varma challenges VH!
    The war of words between maverick film maker Ram Gopal Varma and senior Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao has reached an interesting turn with the former challenging the former MP to counter him publicly on his comments on the controversial kissing scenes in the Telugu film Arjun Reddy scheduled to be released on Friday.
    It's clear: Lagadapati not to return to politics
    Former Vijayawada MP and industrialist Lagadapati Rajagopal, who had quit politics soon after bifurcation of combined Andhra Pradesh state, has decided against returning to active politics.
    Faction Politics Back In Nandyal
    It looks like faction politics are back in Nandyal, which had once witnessed brutal killings with gun fights and bomb attacks.
    VH: How Dare You Teach Me Kissing?
    Senior Congress leader and former Rajya Sabha MP V Hanumantha Rao took serious exception to ace director Ram Gopal Varma for saying that he (VH) was feeling envious of upcoming actor Vijay Devarakonda whose kissing scenes in his latest movie Arjun Reddy have become controversial.