Compared to Andhra Pradesh politics in which caste factor plays a major role in deciding the fate of the candidates, Telangana does not attach much importance to this factor.
The Congress party and its alliance partners of Maha Kootami seem to be desperate to project to the people that they are going to win the coming elections in Telangana.
The grand old Congress party is known for witnessing strange developments before the elections.
Speaking at the public meeting in Gollalamamidada in East Godavari district, Pawan Kalyan said, “I did not enter politics seeking to bank on my caste or region.”
If Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu has his way, Nandamuri Suhasini, daughter of former TDP politburo member late Nandamuri Harikrishna, will contest the assembly elections in Telangana.
Surprising as it might sound, Telangana Rashtra Samithi president and caretaker chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao does not have any account on the social media platforms, whether it is Twitter of Facebook.
Almost all the newspapers in the Telugu States have increased their prices except for Sakshi.
Even a parrot will hang its head in shame at the lies perpetrated by the yellow media the major one among which is the fact that Jagan Reddy embezzled Rs 1.5 lakh crore.
Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu is an expert at making tall claims and setting fancy targets for the officials and also his party leaders.
Telangana Chief Minister and TRS president K. Chandrashekhar Rao, who filed his nomination from Gajwel Assembly constituency on Wednesday, has declared his total assets worth over Rs 20.60 crore, but neither he nor his wife owns any vehicle.
Telangana Jana Samithi president M Kodandaram on Wednesday gave a rude shock to the Congress party, which has been maintaining a stubborn stand on allotment of seats to the alliance partners in Maha Kootami.
If the reports coming from New Delhi are to be believed, elections to the Andhra Pradesh assembly might be held in the third or fourth week of March.
The constituency, which was originally in Medak district, has witnessed election of several MLAs in the past, including B Sanjeeva Rao, J Geetha Reddy, G Vijaya Rama Rao and T Narsa Reddy in the last several years.
The Congress party released its second list with 10 candidates for the ensuing Telangana assembly elections, but senior Congress leader and former Pradesh Congress Committee president Ponnala Lakshmaiah did not find his name even in the second list.
The main opposition Congress in Telangana on Wednesday released its second list of 10 candidates for the state assembly polls on December 7, re-nominating seven candidates who had lost in 2014.