Hyderabad: YSR Congress President YS Jaganmohan Reddy's strategy to pin down the TDP-led government backfired in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly as he himself earned the wrath of the Speaker, while two of his party MLAs faced suspension from the House on Tuesday.
Signalling a marked departure from his previous stint as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday said he would run his government on political lines rather than follow bureaucratic terms.
Life in Telangana came to a halt as the new government began a massive survey on Tuesday to identify the real beneficiaries that are to be covered under various welfare schemes despite intense criticism from several quarters and fears of ethnic profiling.
Life in Telangana may come to a standstill on Tuesday with the Government conducting a massive household survey across the newly-formed State to ascertain comprehensive information on the citizens, an exercise which has attracted criticism from certain quarters.
The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly was adjourned for the day on Monday without transacting any real business after main Opposition YSR Congress members stalled the proceedings demanding debate on alleged poor law and order situation in the state.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu Sunday said the legislation passed by parliament has given his state government the right to be in Hyderabad for 10 years and said all issues arising out of the bifurcation must be settled legally.
A local court trying the case of multi-crore accounting fraud in erstwhile Satyam Computer Services Limited (SCSL) on Monday reserved its judgement while asking all the accused to appear before it on September 15.
Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday slammed Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao for dubbing as "fascist" the Centre`s directives on special powers related to law and order in Hyderabad vested in Governor.