In a sudden development, actor-turned-Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan left for New Delhi from Vijayawada, giving rise to speculations that he might hold secret talks with the Bharatiya Janata Party.
For the last several weeks, sand crisis has been the biggest issue for the opposition parties in Andhra Pradesh and it continues to dominate the front pages of the major Telugu newspapers in the state.
The decision of Telugu Yuvatha president Devineni Avinash to resign from the Telugu Desam Party and join the YSR Congress party was not a big surprise as such defections have become very common in politics these days.
Ever since YSR Congress party government led by chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy announced introduction of English medium compulsorily in all the government schools, there has been an intense debate over the same across the state.
Till the other day, Telugu Desam Party president and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu has been criticising the state police for allegedly foisting false cases against the TDP leaders across the state.
Is it correct to dispense with Telugu and have English as the primary medium of instruction in government schools or not?
Government schools in Andhra Pradesh are all set to get a facelift with the state government on Thursday launching a new programme to revamp them by providing better infrastructure and amenities at a cost of Rs 12,000 crore.
Hansika Motwani is also making debut in digital streaming content. Hansika is in Hyderabad to promote her upcoming movie “Tenali Ramakrishna BA BL”.
Senior IAS officer Nilam Sawhney was on Wednesday appointed as the new Chief Secretary of Andhra Pradesh.
Notwithstanding the criticism from various quarters and intense debate in the mainstream and social media, YSR Congress party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has decided to go ahead with introduction of English medium in all the government schools in a phased manner.
The capital city of Amaravati, as proposed to be developed by former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, appears to be as good as dumped.
Yet another rude shock is set to strike Telugu Desam Party president and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who is yet to recover from the shock of resignation of Gannavaram MLA Vallabhaneni Vamsi Mohan from the party and assembly membership.
It is a sort of quid pro quo deal between Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu and Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan.
The Central government’s decision to impose President’s rule in Maharashtra was the major issue that hit the headlines in major Telugu newspapers in Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday.
For quite some time, YSR Congress party and Jana Sena Party have been indulging in a war of words with the latter taking up an aggressive stand against the Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy government and its policies.