Telugu Desam Party president and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu made a desperate attempt to go to Visakhapatnam to do some politicking on the tragedy of poisonous gas leakage from a chemical plant that killed 12 people, but the Centre has foiled his attempt.
Controversial news anchors Murthy and E Sambasiva Rao working for popular television news channel TV5, are said to be on their way out from the channel, if sources familiar with the developments are to be believed.
The plight of Andhra Jyothy RK seems to be like Mundu Nuyyi Venuka Goyyi. He has no option but writing nonsense as asked by or liked by Chandrababu Naidu.
While the nation is suffering continued lockdowns and fears regarding the spread of Coronavirus, the government has come up with a mobile App named Arogya Setu.
Vennupotu is the word that turned popular among Telugus from the year 1995 when CBN backstabbed NTR.
A Telugu reporter working for a Telugu television channel in New Delhi is said to have tested positive for Coronavirus, according to reports reaching Hyderabad on Friday.
Senior journalist and former editorial director of Sakshi media house K Ramachandra Murthy is learnt to have decided to step down from the post of advisor to Andhra Pradesh government for public policy.
After making a thorough inspection of the Coronavirus situation in Telangana, particularly in Hyderabad, the Central team is likely to visit Andhra Pradesh in a day or two, sources from New Delhi said.
All of a sudden, since yesterday a social media campaign has started with the slogan We are with TV5 Murthy.
There are hundreds of newspapers in India and scores in the Telugu states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, but not many of them pay salaries to their staff on time.
What is the reason for ever-increasing cases of Covid-19 in Andhra Pradesh? Well, Andhra Pradesh minister for marketing Mopidevi Venkataramana has the answer.
The community that has opposed the state division in big way and benefited in AP after the division is now in introspective mood.
The other day, Telangana Rashtra Samithi president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao gave vent to his anger at a section of media for pointing out lapses in his administration in tackling Coronavirus pandemic situation.
More skeletons are tumbling from the cupboard of former state election commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar with regard to his letter written to Union home secretary making wild allegations against the Jagan Mohan Reddy government and YSR Congress party leaders while seeking additional police protection in view of the increased threat perception to him and his family.
It looks like Bharatiya Janata Party national leadership appears to be taking it easy the complaints lodged by Andhra Pradesh state BJP president Kanna Lakshminarayana against the ruling YSR Congress party in the state, particularly its parliamentary party leader V Vijay Sai Reddy.