Struggle for fee regulation in private schools జూలై 8, 2016Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in Andhrapreneurship, Economy, Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Medak, Nalgonda, Nizamabad, politics, Rangareddy, Settler, Telangana, Warangal.
Tags: Hyderabad School Parents Association, School fee
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Telangana: Private schools charge high fees, protests spreading
Deccan Chronicle, Hyderabad, 8 July, 2016
School Fee Regulation JAC member Nagati Narayana said the issue was not confined to Hyderabad.
The Hyderabad School Parents Association started the fight here in Hyderabad during the 2015 academic year and since then, the movement to regulate fees gained momentum in January this year. (Representational image)
Hyderabad: The fight against exorbitant fees charged by private schools has spread to the districts, with student unions undertaking protests.
School Fee Regulation JAC member Nagati Narayana said the issue was not confined to Hyderabad. “Schools in few districts are charging a bomb. No one dared to raise their voice earlier. Now, with so much awareness, people are coming forward and seeking regulation of fees. We are getting inquiries from districts like Nalgonda, Medak, Karimnagar, Warangal, Nizamabad,” he said. (మరింత…)
Maths and politics of New Districts in Telangana జూలై 8, 2016Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in 29th State, Adilabad, Economy, Hyderabad, Identity, Karimnagar, KCR, Khammam, Mahabubnagar, Medak, Nalgonda, Nizamabad, politics, Rangareddy, regionalism, Telangana, Warangal.
Tags: Bhadradri, Yadadri
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Telangana: In new math, adding more districts will divide politics
Kamalapathi Rao H, Deccan Chronicle, July 8, 2016
Reorganisation of districts will strengthen K. Chandrasekhar Rao and his party TRS in south, east.
Hyderabad: The reorganisation of districts in Telangana state could lead to exclusive zones for the TRS, while edging out the Opposition in some of the proposed districts in the southern and eastern parts of the state.
The TRS has been traditionally strong in the northern districts and Warangal, while it is considerably weak in Ranga Reddy, Mahbubnagar, Nalgonda and Khammam.
Mahbubnagar district will be split into three parts — Mahbubnagar, Wanaparthy and Nagar Kurnool. As per proposals, Wanaparthy district would have Alampur, Gadwal and Wanaparthy from where the TRS has no MLA. The district will become a stronghold of the Congress.
The residual Mahbubnagar district will have Maktal, Narayanpet, De-varakadra, Jadcherla, Shadnagar, Mahbubna-gar and Kodangal. Of these, only Kodangal has a representative from the Telugu Desam. With this, the residual Mahbubnagar district would become a stronghold of the ruling party.
If Kodangal is merged into its neighbouring Ranga Reddy West (Vikarabad) district, the TD would not have any representation from Mahbubnagar district and the TRS will have no opposition. (మరింత…)
Telangana legislative council polls: TRS bags 4 seats, Congress wins 2 డిసెంబర్ 31, 2015Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in Congress, elections, Mahabubnagar, Nalgonda, politics, Telangana, TRS.
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Telangana Legislative Council polls: TRS bags 4 seats, Congress wins 2
PTI, 30 December 2015
Hyderabad: In a relief to Congress, the main opposition party today managed to win two out of six seats in Legislative Council polls in Telangana, though the ruling TRS bagged the remaining four.
Congress won one seat in Mahabubnagar district and the Nalgonda district constituency. Elections were held on December 27 to fill six seats from local authorities constituencies in the Legislative Council. (మరింత…)
Hyderabad- El Dorado for Andhraites : Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr అక్టోబర్ 29, 2013Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in Andhra, Andhrapreneurship, Culture, Godavari, Hyderabad, Nalgonda, Telangana, universities.
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Why everyone wants a slice of the Hyderabad pie
Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr, DNA, October 29,2013
The meeting was fortuitous but rewarding. An Andhra businessman wanting to be a politician from East Godavari district – the heart of coastal Andhra – was waiting to meet a senior Congress functionary-cum-minister talked candidly about what Hyderabad means to Andhraites. He cannot be named because his lobbying for a ticket in the forthcoming elections would be torpedoed if he is identified.
He runs a college in Rajahmundry, headquarters of East Godavari district. Rajahmundry is a celebrated place in Andhra history, also known as Rajamahendravaram of yore. And he also runs a college in Nalgonda. It is an example of the entrepreneurial panache of the Andhraites. He has done his Bachelor’s of Commerce (B Com) and law at Andhra University. He has also done a course from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi. (మరింత…)
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అతనొక శాస్త్రవేత్త కాదు. ఇంజనీరు అంతకన్నా కాదు. వచ్చీ రాని చదువు చదివిన ఓ పల్లెటూరి బిడ్డ మాత్రమే. కానీ, తల్లి కష్టాన్ని చూసి చలించి, ఆ పనిని సులువు చేసే యంత్రాన్ని కనిపెట్టిండు. తాను రూపొందించిన యంత్రం విజయవంతం కావడంతో దానికి తల్లి పేరే పెట్టుకుని రుణం తీర్చుకున్నడు ఆ గ్రామీణ శాస్త్రవేత్త, తెలంగాణ ముద్దుబిడ్డ మల్లేష్, అతడికి స్ఫూర్తినిచ్చిన తల్లి లక్ష్మిపై ‘బతుకమ్మ’ ప్రత్యేక కథనం.
~ రచ్చ శ్రీనివాస్, టీన్యూస్, ఆలేరు టౌన్
నల్లగొండ జిల్లా ఆలేరు మండలం శారాజిపేట గ్రామానికి చెందిన చింతకింది మల్లేష్ రెక్కాడితే గానీ డొక్కాడని నిరుపేద చేనేత కుటుంబంలో పుట్టిండు. ఏడేళ్ల నిరంతర శ్రమ ఫలితంగా ‘ఆసు పోసే యంత్రానికి’ రూపకల్పన చేసిండు. మొదట్లో పడరాని పాట్లు పడ్డడు. వినరాని మాటలు విన్నడు. కానీ, ఇవ్వాళ ఆ యంత్రం పనితీరు విజయవంతం కావడంతో అందరితో ‘శెభాష్’ అనిపించుకుంటున్నడు. తాను ఆవిష్కరించిన ఆ యంత్రానికి పేటెంట్ హక్కును కూడా సంపాదించుకున్నడు. అన్నిటికీ మించి, అమ్మ పడుతున్న కష్టాన్ని చూసి చలించిపోయి దాన్ని సులువు చేసే యంత్రాన్ని కనిపెట్టిన ఈ బిడ్డ ఆ యంత్రానికి ‘లక్ష్మి అసు యంత్రం’ అని తన తల్లి పేరే పెట్టుకున్నడు. అట్ల తల్లి రుణం తీర్చుకున్న ఈ బిడ్డ రాష్ట్రంలోనే కాదు, దేశంలోని నేతకారులందరికీ ముద్దుబిడ్డ అయ్యిండు. అయితే, ఆయన తన ఆవిష్కరణకు మూలం ‘కులవృత్తే’ అన్నడు. తామందరూ వదిలి పెట్టకుండా కొనసాగుతున్న కుల వృత్తే నన్ను ‘శాస్త్రవేత్త’ను చేసిందని అన్నడు. అష్టకష్టాలు పడైనా సరే, తమ వృత్తిని కొనసాగించుకోవాలన్న స్పృహే తనను ఇవ్వాళ నలుగురిలో గుర్తింపుకు కారణమైందని ఆయన సవినయంగా మనవి చేసిండు. అదీ ఈ నల్లగొండ బిడ్డ వినవూమత. ఇంతకీ మల్లేష్ కనిపెట్టిన ఆ యంత్రం ఏమిటి? అసలు ‘అసు’ పోయడం అంటే ఏంది? మొత్తంగా, ఎట్లా ఆయన ఆ సరికొత్త యంత్రాన్ని ఆవిష్కరించిండో చూద్దాం….
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రాష్ట్రంలో ఒక్క నల్లగొండ జిల్లాలోనే 40 వేల కుటుంబాల దాకా చేనేత వృత్తిపై ఆధారపడి బతుకుతున్నయి. ఎంత కష్టపడినా వాళ్ల పేదరికం పోతలేదు. ఎన్ని రకాల బట్టలు నేసినా వారి కష్టాలు తీరడం లేదు. చింతకింది మల్లేష్ కుటుంబం కూడా అటువంటిదే. తనది ఆలేరు మండలం శారాజిపేట అనే చిన్న గ్రామం. 7వ తరగతి దాకా చదువుకున్నడు. రెక్కాడితే గానీ డొక్కాడని పరిస్థితిలో మల్లేష్ తండ్రి తన ఇద్దరు కొడుకుల్ని చదువు మాన్పించి మగ్గం నేయమన్నడు. మగ్గం నేయడం అంటే అనుకున్నంత ఈజీ కాదు. మొదట చీర నేయాలంటే ముందు ‘ఆసు’ పోయాలి. ‘ఆసు పోయడం’ అంటే పట్టుదారాన్ని కొయ్యకు చుట్డడం. ఒక కొయ్య నుంచి 40 కొయ్యలకు 9 వేల సార్లు అలా చెయ్యి తిప్పాలి. (మరింత…)
Telangana Congress Party soon – strategy to face 2014 elections ఏప్రిల్ 29, 2012Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in Congress, elections, GHMC, JAC, Karimnagar, Mulki, Nalgonda, politics, regionalism, Sonia, Telangana, TRS, Y S Jagan.
Tags: 2014 elections, bypolls, G Vivenanada, Gutha Sukhender Reddy, Madhu Yashki Goud, Manda Jagannatham, new party, Ponnam Prabhakar, Sircilla Rajaiah, T Balaram Naik, Telangana Congress, YSRC
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Telangana Congress leaders may float new party
Jinka Nagaraju, TNN | Apr 29, 2012 The Times of India
HYDERABAD: Caught between a party high command that appears to be indifferent to the separate state demand and complete political isolation in their region, Telangana Congress leaders are veering round to perhaps the only option open to them: Floating a sub-regional political outfit.
In a series of informal meetings over the past few weeks, during which the Congress high command moved from a stance of complete apathy to the suspension of 8 MPs from the Lok Sabha on the statehood issue, the Telangana Congress leaders have more or less concluded that steering an independent course by which they can up the ante on Telangana is the only way to ensure their political survival.
The T leaders are of the view that the decisive moment to part ways with the Congress has come. “While the bypolls to 18 assembly seats and one Lok Sabha constituency can be politically course changing for the state, the Congress high command appears to be preoccupied with the Presidential poll. The party’s silence after July will be taken as a clear ‘No’ to Telangana. Then, we will take the matter to the people not as Congressmen but as Telangana Congressmen,” said one MP. (మరింత…)
Politics of targeting Dr Cheruku Sudhakar : K Ramachandra Murthy డిసెంబర్ 10, 2011Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in agitation, Andhrapreneurship, bandh, Congress, Economy, Mulki, Nalgonda, politics, regionalism, Telangana, TRS, violence.
Tags: Kiran Kumar Reddy, Magunta Subbirami Reddy, NSA, PDA, Sakala Janula Samme
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Cheruku Sudhakar, a Test Case!
The Hans India, December 10, 2011
K Ramachandra Murthy
Soon after the untenable PD Act was revoked, the dreaded NSA was invoked. It is entirely unwarranted and unethical
“First they came for the Jews and I did not speak out, because I was not a Jew. Then they came for the communists and I did not speak out, because I was not a communist. Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out, because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for me, and there was no one left to speak out for me”.
This was the confession of a German pastor Niemoeler who was taken away by the Nazis during the Second World War. The decision of the State government on Tuesday to order detention of Cheruku Sudhakar for 12 months in jail under the National Security Act (NSA) reminded me of the pastor’s plight as quoted by noted journalist and diplomat Kuldip Nayar in his book ‘Judgment’ which was written after he came out of prison as the Emergency was lifted in 1977.
Dr Cheruku Sudhakar was with PDSU when he was a student. I was not with that organization as a student. He worked for Janashakti group of Chandra Pullareddy. I don’t subscribe to the ideology of that party. Far from it. He differed with CP group on caste question and joined Veeranna group of Telangana Mahasabha. (మరింత…)
Telangana remains paralysed – People’s strike సెప్టెంబర్ 14, 2011Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in Adilabad, agitation, elections, G.O 610, JAC, Karimnagar, Medak, Mulki, Nalgonda, Nizamabad, politics, regionalism, Warangal.
Tags: Sakala Janula Samme, SCCL, Sinagreni
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Telangana remains paralysed
The New Indian Express, 14 September, 2011
HYDERABAD: The administration remained paralysed in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh Wednesday as the indefinite strike by over 400,000 government employees continued for the second day.
Delivery of civic services was hit in 10 districts of Telangana as employees stayed away from work to demand formation of separate Telangana state.
The “people’s strike” called by Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC) did not have much impact in Hyderabad, but was total in districts like Warangal, Karimnagar, Medak, Nalgonda, Nizamabad and Adilabad.
Work in the state secretariat was not affected as about 85 percent of the employees attended their duties but the leaders of Telangana movement claimed that the employees from the region constitute only 15 percent of the total workforce. The impact was also partial in offices of other departments in the state capital.
The strike led to tension in some offices in Hyderabad as a section of employees refused to join the strike. In the office of Hyderabad district collector, the supporters of the strike had heated arguments with those who refused to join them.
In the office of the district collector in Khammam, striking employees ransacked the office of joint collector as he was attending work. (మరింత…)
Tags: Komatireddy Venkata Reddy, one lakh people fast, satyagraha, Telangana movement
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Telangana minister Venkata Reddy threatens fast-unto-death
Hyderabad, August 24: A minister from Andhra Pradesh’s Telangana region Wednesday threatened to go on a fast-unto-death from Oct 1 to achieve a separate Telangana state.
Infrastructure and Investments Minister Komatireddy Venkata Reddy told reporters that if the central government failed to make an announcement to carve out separate Telangana state, he would launch the fast along with one lakh people in his native Nalgonda district.
Venkata Reddy, the only minister from Telangana who boycotted the state cabinet meeting last week, said he would stay away from his duties till the central government agreed to the demand for a separate state.
The minister also said he would resign both as minister and from the Congress if the demand was turned down.
Venkata Reddy said he would wait till Sep 30 for a clear statement from the centre. If no favourable statement was forthcoming by then, he would join the people to intensify the Telangana movement. He criticised his ministerial colleagues for resuming their duties. “What is it that they have achieved to resume their duties?” he wondered. (మరింత…)
New districts to check Telangana state? ఏప్రిల్ 12, 2011Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in Adilabad, Andhrapreneurship, Banjara, Bhadrachalam, Chenchu, Culture, Economy, elections, Godavari, Guntur, heritage, Koya, Lambada, Mahabubnagar, Nalgonda, Polavaram, politics, Rangareddy, regionalism, Settler, ST, Telangana.
Tags: Guntur, Miryalaguda, Nallamala, Prakasam
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New dists to check Telangana state demand?
M N Samdani, TNN, Apr 11, 201
GUNTUR: Opening a Pandora’s box, the Congress government is working on redesigning of districts in the state. Though the government claims that it is being done taking in view of the serious imbalances in the development of rural areas, analysts believe the new agenda is being thrust on the political stage only to counter the separate Telangana statehood issue.
Rural development minister Dokka Manikya Varaprasad, who is working on a study paper in this regard, said he would submit it to the state cabinet by this month-end. He said that lack of administration in the interior areas of the existing districts was the “real hurdle in extending the fruits of various government schemes to the poor.”
Sources said the study paper is likely to advocate formation of at least eight to 10 new districts in the state. “Even small states like Orissa and Karnataka have more districts than AP. Creation of new districts is the only solution to overcome underdevelopment,” the minister argued.
After taking over the reins of the rural development ministry, he started an exercise in checking imbalances in the flow of funds and their reach. He discussed the issue with chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and secured his permission for making the study on creation of new districts.
“The demand for creation of new districts has been there for long and I have only started the exercise to look into the demand,” he told TOI. He felt that AP deserves to have at least 35 districts. He said they could start by bifurcating big and completely undeveloped districts which alone would add at least seven districts to the existing 23. (మరింత…)