బాధ్యత రోశయ్య డీఎస్లదే! Solution to Telangana deadlock డిసెంబర్ 6, 2009Posted by Telangana Utsav in agitation, bandh, conflict resolution, Congress, G.O 610, Hyderabad, In News, KCR, Media, politics, Sonia, Telangana, Telugu (తెలుగు), TRS.
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బాధ్యత రోశయ్య డీఎస్లదే!
* మొయిలీ ప్రకటనతో తేలింది ఇదే
* వారే సోనియా దృష్టికి తీసుకెళ్లాలి
* ఆమె ఓకే అంటే తమకు అభ్యంతరం లేదని స్పష్టంగా ప్రకటించాలి
* కేసీఆర్ స్పష్టీకరణ
* పరామర్శించిన ఆంధ్రజ్యోతి ఎమ్.డి., ఎడిటర్
హైదరాబాద్, డిసెంబర్ 5 (ఆన్లైన్): తెలంగాణపై రోశయ్య, డీఎస్లకే బాధ్యత అప్పగించామని కాంగ్రెస్ రాష్ట్ర వ్యవహారాల ఇన్చార్జ్ వీరప్ప మొయిలీ చేసిన ప్రకటన నేపథ్యంలో ఇక సంక్షోభ నివారణ సులువేనని టీఆర్ఎస్ అధ్యక్షుడు కె.చంద్రశేఖర్రావు వ్యాఖ్యానించారు. తెలంగాణ ఏర్పాటు ప్రతిపాదనలను కూడా రోశయ్య, డీఎస్లే సోనియా దృష్టికి తీసుకువెళ్లాలని కేసీఆర్ అభిప్రాయపడ్డారు.
నిమ్స్లో చికిత్స పొందుతున్న కేసీఆర్ను ఆంధ్రజ్యోతి ఎమ్డీ వి.రాధాకృష్ణ, ఎడిటర్ కె.శ్రీనివాస్లు శనివారం రాత్రి పరామర్శించారు. ఆయన ఆరోగ్య పరిస్థితిని అడిగి తెలుసుకున్నారు. ఆమరణ దీక్ష కొనసాగుతున్న తరుణంలో రాష్ట్రంలో జరుగుతున్న పరిణామాలు వారి మధ్య చర్చకు వచ్చాయి.
ఈ సంక్షోభ నివారణకు మార్గం ఏమిటన్న ప్రశ్నకు కేసీఆర్ స్పందిస్తూ.. పాలకులు తలుచుకుంటే అవకాశాలు అనేకం ఉంటాయని అన్నారు. మొయిలీ ప్రకటన నేపథ్యంలో ఇక చొరవ చూపాల్సింది రోశయ్య, డీఎస్లేనని స్పష్టం చేశారు. ఢిల్లీలో శనివారం విలేఖరులతో మాట్లాడిన మొయిలీ.. తెలంగాణపై ఢిల్లీలో తేల్చాల్సింది ఏమీలేదని, అక్కడి పరిస్థితిని రోశయ్య, డీఎస్లే చూసుకుంటారని చెప్పారు.
తగిన చర్యలు కూడా వారే తీసుకొనగలరని కూడా వ్యాఖ్యానించారు. ఈ విషయాన్ని కేసీఆర్ ప్రస్తావిస్తూ.. సమస్యను హైకమాండ్ అంటూ రాష్ట్రం.. రాష్ట్రం అంటూ హైకమాండ్ ఒకరిపై ఒకరు నెట్టి వేసుకోవడంలో ఎలాంటి ఔచిత్యమూ లేదని అన్నారు.
తెలంగాణ ఏర్పాటుకు సోనియా ఓకే చెబితే తమకు అభ్యంతరం లేదని రోశయ్య, డీఎస్లు స్పష్టంగా ప్రకటించాలని కేసీఆర్ డిమాండ్ చేశారు. ఈ డిమాండ్లు అంగీకరిస్తే.. దీక్ష విరమించే అవకాశాలు ఉంటాయని ఆయన పేర్కొన్నారు. అనంతరం కేసీఆర్ కుమారుడు తారకరామారావు, కుమార్తె కవితలను కలిసిన రాధాకృష్ణ.. కేసీఆర్ ఆరోగ్యం కుదుటపడుతుందని వారికి ధైర్యం చెప్పారు.
source: andhra jyothy 6th dec 2009
NIMS doctors attend to KCR డిసెంబర్ 3, 2009Posted by Telangana Utsav in bandh, Congress, Hyderabad, In News, Khammam, politics, Telangana, TRS.
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TRS chief admitted to Hyderabad hospital
PTI 3 December 2009, 10:44am IST
HYDERABAD: TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao, who is on a fast-unto-death for a separate Telangana state, was admitted to a government hospital here on Thursday after being shifted from Khammam.
Rao was brought to the Nizam’s Institute of Medical Science (NIMS) this morning from the Khammam Government Hospital, where he was undergoing treatment for the last four days.
The former Union minister is being treated in the Acute Medical Care (AMC) ward of NIMS by a special team of doctors, official sources said.
Rao was put in Khammam sub-jail after being arrested ahead of his proposed fast-unto-death at Siddipet in Medak district earlier this week.
The TRS chief called off his fast in two days after being admitted in the Khammam hospital, but resumed it following adverse reaction from Telangana protagonists.
The TRS president was administered saline, allegedly against his wishes, at the Khammam hospital yesterday after his health deteriorated following his indefinite fast.
Meanwhile, a large number of TRS leaders and activists gathered at NIMS.
TRS floor leader in Assembly E Rajender threatened to take leaders of the ruling Congress in Andhra Pradesh to task if they delayed initiating the process for formation of a separate Telangana.
KCR resumes fast amidst fears of threat to life in sub jail డిసెంబర్ 1, 2009Posted by Telangana Utsav in Congress, elections, In News, Khammam, Mulki, politics, Telangana, TRS.
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Under fire, KCR resumes fast
December 1st, 2009
Dec. 1: Under fire from students and Telangana protagonists, Telangana Rashtra Samiti president K. Chandrasekhar Rao resumed his fast-unto-death at a hospital in Khammam on Tuesday.
On Monday, he had accepted a glass of fruit juice to end his fast, but later alleged that police had forcefully administered saline to him this ending the fast for all practical purposes.
Students had erupted immediately, holding shava yatra for Mr Rao in many university campuses. On Tuesday, Mr Rao resumed the fast.
TRS leader Ramalinga Reddy apologised to students and balladeer Gaddar, who had bitterly attacked Mr Rao. TRS leaders said it was a conspiracy to defame Mr Rao and he had not given up the fast.
TRS ideologue Prof. Jayashanker feared a threat to Mr Rao’s life in Khammam sub-jail and sought his transfer to jails either Warangal or Hyderabad. (more…)
Greater Hyderabad polls is cheap politics, says KCR నవంబర్ 6, 2009Posted by Telangana Utsav in 1969, Congress, corruption, elections, G.O 610, Hyderabad, Identity, In News, MIM, Mulki, politics, PRP, TDP, Telangana, TRS.
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TRS will not contest GHMC elections: KCR
Express News Service: 06 Nov 2009
HYDERABAD: The Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) has, as expected, announced that it will not contest the elections to the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC).
Addressing a news conference here today, party chief K Chandrasekhara Rao said that as these elections were not important, the party decided to keep away from the elections.
“The GHMC elections do not merit the party’s attention. Fighting them is nothing but indulging in cheap politics,’’ Rao said. (more…)
YSR ‘Shock deaths’ – Facts & politics అక్టోబర్ 27, 2009Posted by Telangana Utsav in Congress, Hyderabad, In News, politics, Telangana, TRS, Warangal, YSR.
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Economic & Political Weekly, October 24, 2009 vol xliv no 43
YSR ‘Shock Deaths’ in Andhra
Over 450 people were reported to have died of “shock” following the death of Andhra Pradesh chief minister, Y S Rajasekhara Reddy. While the high-pitched media coverage may have contributed to some of these deaths, it also appears likely that eager Congress workers gave money to poor people asking them to claim that the natural deaths of members of their respective families were due to “shock” at the death of YSR. This was a cynical move to pressurise the Congress leadership to make his son, Jaganmohan Reddy, the chief minister.
Over 450 people are reported to have died of shock in the days following the tragic death of the former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh (AP), Y S Rajasekhara Reddy (popularly known as YSR) in the helicopter crash on 2 September 2009. Though the helicopter carrying YSR and four others is now known to have crashed around 9.30 am on 2 September, the news of their death was telecast only on the morning of 3 September, i e, after a full 24 hours of suspense about the fate of the chief minister. That the helicopter was missing was itself confirmed only late in the afternoon of 2 September by the then finance minister (present chief minister) K Rosaiah.
YSR had emerged a mass political leader in AP after his padayatra during April-June 2003. Aided by a booming economy, a slew of welfare/populist measures and distribution of patronage through public work contracts and other means, he became a popular chief minister. His personal traits of helping those who approach him and taking care of the needs of his followers earned him supporters across the state. (more…)
Free Zone ? Implement G.O 610 అక్టోబర్ 20, 2009Posted by Telangana Utsav in Congress, Economy, G.O 610, Hyderabad, Identity, In News, Mulki, politics, Six Point Formula, Telangana, TRS.
SC judgment spurs revival of Telangana movement
Deccan Herald News Service, Oct 18, Hyderabad:
The Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) has decided to launch a peaceful agitation from next week to achieve its goal of a separate state. However, the TRS workers will not hesitate to face bullets if the government attempts to suppress the movement.
Announcing the new phase of the movement, TRS chief K Chandrasekhara Rao, who has been lying low after the electoral rout of his party in May, said the party will launch the new phase at a public meeting in Medak district on October 21 followed by a week-long mobilisation of the cadres from division-level which will culminate in a “jail bharo” programme on October 28.
The immediate reason for the revival of the issue of a separate Telangana is the Supreme Court judgment of last week making Hyderabad city a “free zone” for recruitment of police, meaning the six-point formula, a guarantee given by the Centre, to protect the interests of people of Telangana in government recruitment will not be applicable in Hyderabad zone. The TRS has said it will file a writ in the SC appealing against the decision.
The government, too, has called for an all-party meeting on Monday to discuss the implications of the judgment. The TRS is also demanding equal share for Telangana in Krishna waters and wants the region’s share to be specified and allocated. (more…)
UPA Survival- Wheels Within Wheels జూలై 12, 2008Posted by bharath in elections, In News, TDP, Telangana, TRS.
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Small parties, independents in great demand
Both the ruling combine and the Opposition parties are trying to woo those who are still undecided on support
NEW DELHI: With the government and its opponents more or less equally poised in the numbers game ahead of the July 21-22 trust vote, both sides are making every effort to woo 11 Lok Sabha members who are still undecided.
As of Friday evening, the United Progressive Alliance had “ensured” the support of 268 members, four short of the half-way mark in a House with an existing strength of 543. This includes, besides the UPA’s 226 members, 37 of the Samajwadi Party, one each of the Bharatiya Navshakti Party and the National Loktantrik Party, and three independents whom the Congress claims as its own.
And, the members committed to showing the government the door, on the issue of the India-U.S nuclear deal, add up to 263. They include three Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) members who have warned that they will vote against the government if an assurance of separate Statehood is not made by the hour of reckoning.
Among the fence-sitters are the National Conference, the All India Trinamool Congress, the Rashtriya Lok Dal and the Janata Dal (Secular). While the Left parties are hopeful of getting the JD(S) on board to vote the government out, the Congress camp is pinning its hopes on the RLD, whose president Ajit Singh has made favourable comments on the nuclear deal. (more…)
Polepalli dharna జూలై 8, 2008Posted by bharath in Economy, In News, Mahabubnagar, SEZ, Telangana.
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Goud squats in protest
Submits plea on behalf of Polepalli evacuees
HYDERABAD: Former Telugu Desam leader T. Devender Goud squatted on the road opposite Parisrama Bhavan here on Monday afternoon while leading a dharna by land evacuees of the special economic zone (SEZ) at Polepalli in Mahbubnagar district.
On behalf of a group of women demonstrators from Polepalli gathered there, Mr. Goud submitted a memorandum to senior officials of the AP Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) inside the bhavan. The women demanded land-for-land in addition to Rs. 10 lakh an acre as compensation.
Mr. Goud demanded that the State government scrap its SEZ policy as it amounted to hoodwinking the poor villagers who surrendered their land. The APIIC and the HUDA have turned into ‘broking arms’ of the government, he said. The HUDA extended its jurisdiction up to Mahabubnagar, Nalgonda and Medak, thanks to the policy, he added.He warned of an intensified agitation to be led by him, in Telangana districts against the SEZs.
source : The Hindu 08 July 2008
Region & Caste in 2009 Telugu elections జూలై 7, 2008Posted by bharath in elections, Identity, In News, NTPP, politics, TDP, Telangana, TRS.
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Region and Caste central to Next Telugu elections
Are elections there tomorrow or the day after? Situation is like that if the tension of political parties is any indication. Telugu politics is about to take interesting turn once again with election fever gripping every party- new and the old and battered and not so shattered alike.
Recent byelections changed the scene radically. It shattered TRS and made opponents less worried. Congress thinks fit to face the challenge all alone. TRS is victim of exodus of its members and thinkers into proposed party of Devender Goud. TDP is facing threat from Telangana and Chiranjeevi factors too. There is now exodus from TDP to Goud in Telangana and into Chiranjeevi party in Andhra and Rayalaseema.
Caste and region are going to be stronger factors in the next elections. Devender Goud and Chiranjeevi need to name the parties and launch them and get qualifications required for contesting the polls. Get ready to have name and a flag. Have to declare what they stand for and how they plan to ensure their promises. TRS and TDP have to retain and hold on the dwindling energies and ensure people are there to carry the flags.
It’s like examination time. Very little time left for the test. And definitely reading the whole syllabus is not any solution for these parties. Only short cuts will be sought – guides, copying, or any other innovative design.
Speculation is rife. Parties are worried and busy in the game of finding promising partners. Forging alliances is the first option with optimal results for those who do not have anything better to gain people’s confidence in the limited time.
Exodus is bringing old ‘rivals’- pro and anti- separate state parties- TDP and TRS to explore dosti if necessary, or at least that is what the media is full of these days. After all nothing is permanent or ideological in electoral politics of Telugu parties desperate to protect their identity or grab power.
Now state politics is fluid and ready to take amoeba kind shapes with the permutations and combinations that just follow law of gravity of pulling floating votes from the flowing waters.
M Bharath Bhushan
Mass exodus worries TDP
Sunday July 6 2008 11:15 IST
HYDERABAD: Alarm bells are ringing in the Telugu Desam Party with several leaders biddying goodbye to the party for one reason or the other.West Godavari district was dismissed from the party for his public talk on Chiranjeevi’s party. Kotagiri had problems with local leaders and the party leadership has decided to sideline him.East Godavari district party president Jyothula Nehru quit followed by former MLA T Trimoorthulu also from the East Godavari district.Vijayawada, two leaders – A Jayaprakash and MK Baig – recently joined the Congress party.Guntur district M Pedda Rathaiah threatened to quit. He, however, deferred his plans after N Harikrishna reportedly called on him. Despite Naidu’s repeated efforts to set right the Guntur party unit it failed to yield any positive results.
The 26-year-old party which ruled the State for almost 17 years is now facing a crisis with desertion of several leaders during the last one month. More than dozen prominent leaders have quit the party.
They are either to join Chiranjeevi’s upcoming party or join Telangana forces. While the Andhra and Rayalaseema leaders are looking at Chiranjeevi, the Telangana leaders are joining Devender Goud’s to be launched party.
TDP received a major setback, when its number two leader Devender Goud quit the party to float his own outfit. Another senior leader E Peddi Reddy too joined Goud. (more…)
Ganta Swathi – Adilabad girl flies high జూలై 5, 2008Posted by Telangana Utsav in Adilabad, In News, Telangana.
Tags: A P Aviation Academy, Profile
Adilabad girl makes it to Aviator Flying Inc.
S. Harpal Singh
Ghanta Swathi is first girl to get pilot commercial licence
Flying high: Ghanta Swathi is all confidence getting where she desired to be.
ADILABAD: If you want to know how even earthy girls can earn wings, meet Ghanta Swathi, the first person from Adilabad town to acquire a commercial pilot licence. She will be joining the Aviator Flying Inc. of the United States soon as an instructor and charter pilot.
“A different vocation is what I had always desired. I wanted to join the Air Force but circumstances led me to train as a commercial pilot,” reveals the youngster confessing to being influenced by dogfights shown in a film. “With the all important support of my family, I could give wings to my desire,” she adds somewhat philosophically.
Swathi is the eldest among the four children of head constable (traffic) Murali. She graduated from a college in Adilabad before joining the AP Aviation Academy in Hyderabad in 2006 for a brief period. “After only about 10 hours of flying, I enrolled with the Aviator and flew for 200 hours before getting my licence. I trained in Dallas in USA and Cebu in Philippines,” explains Swathi. (more…)