Ever since founder-chief executive officer of popular television channel TV9 V Ravi Prakash was sacked from the channel on Friday last, there has been talk that he has already started his alternative plans to launch another channel to sustain his image.
During election campaigning for Lok Sabha polls, TRS chief and Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that he has no ambition of becoming a Prime Minister.
Founder of popular Telugu television channel TV9 V Ravi Prakash, who was sacked as chief executive officer and director of the channel on Friday does not want to fade out from the field just like that.
At last, founder-chief executive officer of popular Telugu television channel TV9 V Ravi Prakash is out of the channel, with effect from Friday.
When V Ravi Prakash was ruling the roost in TV9 channel as its chief executive officer and chairman, he faced several allegations of intimidating and blackmailing his rivals and critics.
There were reports in the media on Thursday morning that the Cyberabad police were on the look-out for V Ravi Prakash, chief executive officer of popular Telugu television channel in connection with alleged forgery, cheating and criminal conspiracy case.
It appears troubles are brewing for sacked chief executive officer of popular television channel Ravi Prakash from all sides.
Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu has developed a lot of affinity towards Polavaram irrigation project in the last five years for various reasons.
Just 23 days are left for the declaration of results of assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh that would decide the fate of both Telugu Desam Party and YSR Congress party.
All these days, there has been a talk that the federal front of regional parties being proposed by Telangana Rashtra Samithi president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is nothing but a Team “B” of the National Democratic Alliance headed by Bharatiya Janata Party.
Maverick evangelist and Praja Shanti Party president K A Paul might have flopped miserably in the recent assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh, but he continue to brag about the tremendous clout he wields across the globe.
After analysing the TDP's prospects in Andhra Pradesh Assembly polls with party's MLA and MP candidates on April 22 in Amaravathi, TDP chief and AP CM N Chandrababu Naidu reportedly came to a conclusion.
Senior IAS officer L V Subrahmanyam, who has been appointed as the chief secretary of Andhra Pradesh government by the Election Commission during the interim period till the election process is completed, is said to be asserting his position.
Ever since the polling for elections to the assembly and Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh was completed on April 11, almost all the surveys predicted that the YSR Congress party will wrest power from the Telugu Desam Party after May 23, when the results are announced.
Soon after the Election Commission of India announces schedule for any elections in the state, the model code of conduct comes into force.