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Jagan launches 48-hour hunger strike

Rebel leader Y S Jaganmohan Reddy launched his 48-hour 'Lakshya Deeksha', hunger-strike for farmers, on the banks of river Krishna here on Tuesday.

Top archery coach killed in highway road mishap

Top Indian archery coach Cherukuri Lenin, who brought laurels to Vijayawada, Andhra and the country when two archers he had coached won silver medals at the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, died tragi

Advocates demand HC bench in coastal AP, stage dharna

Representatives of the Vijayawada Bar Association staged a dharna here on Monday in front of the sub-collector office, pressing their demand for setting up of high court bench in coastal Andhra Prades

CPM’s AP meet an exercise in soul-searching

The just-concluded meeting of it Extended Central Committee (ECC) here has been an exercise in soul-searching for the Communist Party of India (Marxist) even as its heart (West Bengal) is bleeding.

Karat to govt: Clarify Trinamul-Maoist ties

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Sunday demanded the Centre should spell out its views on “joint collaboration” between the Trinamul Congress and the outlawed Maoists in West Bengal.

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