The communist parties in Andhra Pradesh – the CPI and the CPM – are known to piggyback a mainstream party for survival. After their dubious role in bifurcation process, both the parties were left in the lurch in Telangana as well as Andhra Pradesh, having been completely wiped out from the electoral scene. After 2014, the CPI and the CPM […]Read more ›
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Even CPI is against Andhra domination and hence they had told me that they are changing their newspaper name from ‘Visalandhra’ to ‘Maa Telangana’, said Telangana Chief Minster K Chandrasekhar Rao in the Assembly on Friday. He was speaking in the contest of Centre’s decision to name Shamshabad Airport domestic terminal after late N T Rama Rao. KCR said that […]Read more ›
Relations between the comrades seem to have hit a new low. CPI and CPM, who keep talking about a merger periodically, have witnessed further deterioration in their camaraderie recently. CPI Narayana was upset that CPM Raghavulu was playing spoilsport in his efforts to forge a combined alliance for the by-polls. While Narayana wanted to support TDP in Andhra and Rayalaseema, […]Read more ›
After a gap of nearly 25 years, a Telugu man has taken over the reins of Communist Party of India (CPI). Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy, a two-term MP from Nalgonda, has been elevated to the post of General Secretary, replacing the octogenarian leader A B Bardhan. Chandra Rajeswara Rao was the only leader from the state who held this coveted post […]Read more ›
All the young blood in politics is looking at YSR Congress for political future. Especially the sons and daughters of old and tired politicians are queuing up before Jagan Party. Most of the Congress and TDP leaders’ sons, brothers and daughters are joining YSR Congress these days, but the latest trend seems to be even the communists are no exception. […]Read more ›
As was widely expected, CPI has decided to throw its weight, whatever it is worth, behind TRS in the coming by-polls. A powerful section from Telangana within CPI has been advocating an alliance with TRS for sometime now, and this section strongly feels that the party would benefit immensely by sailing with TRS in future. Several hopefuls within CPI are […]Read more ›
The sensational findings of the ACB into excise ‘kickbacks’ may result in the removal of Excise and Prohibition Minister Mopidevi Venkata Ramana. According to the report filed in the court by ACB, Nunna Venkata Ramana, running the wine shops syndicate in Khammam district, paid the Minister Rs 10 lakh as his cut for allowing sale of liquor at prices over […]Read more ›