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Rayala Telangana adds twist to division of AP

Shias take out a procession from Masjid-e-Kufa to Patanala in connection with the martyrdom of Hazrat Ali in Lucknow on Monday.

The proposal to merge two Rayalaseema districts with the 10 Telangana districts to form Rayala Telangana seems to have replaced Hyderabad as the most contentious issue in the state’s impending divisio

Sub-plan Bill gets House thumbs up


The state Assembly approved the AP Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan and Tribal Sub-Plan (Planning, Allocation and Utilisation of Financial Resources) Bill — 2012 on Sunday amid high drama.

Though it had ini

Polavaram bidder in forgery row

The Indian Embassy in Russia has landed in an embarrassing situation following allegations that its officials authenticated a fake document pertaining to Joint Stock Company Engineering Centre UES, th

First in India: Law on SC/ST funds gets nod

The AP Cabinet on Wednesday approved the Bill giving a share to the Scheduled Castes and Tribes Sub Plan in the Budget.

The Bill will be introduced during the two-day Assembly Session convened from

Now, motorists face road fee in Andhra Pradesh

Vehicle users in Andhra Pradesh will have to pay more for fuel if the AP Road Development Corporation has its way. The corporation wants to set up a separate AP Road Fund and raise the money from vehi

Biz hails KCR focus shift

Trade and business circles are counting on the Telangana Rashtra Samiti shifting its focus from the agitation to the general elections in 2014.

Their hopes have been bolstered by TRS supremo K. Chand

Depression in Bay may weaken, rains in south

The deep depression that is currently lying centred on the Bay of Bengal is likely to weaken over the next 48 hours and the state will, most probably, be spared another Nilam-like cyclone.

Conspirators keep others under surveillance: Minister

Lashing out against the alleged intelligence surveillance over senior ministers, panchayat raj minister K. Jana Reddy on Wednesday said that people who indulge in conspiracies and do wrong things were

‘Ineligible’ NIMS doc gets Rs 40K as pension

The state government has extended monetary benefits to Dr S. Mohan Das, a former neurology professor at the Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences, in violation of pension rules.

Sources said the gove

Service sector boosts State GDP in q1

The state’s economy has expanded by 6.5 per cent in the April-June quarter surpassing the national GDP growth rate of 5.45 per cent.

But for the better performance of the service sector, the state GS

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