Telugu States' News and Discussion

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Postby KLNMurthy » 08 Jun 2014 23:21

SrinivasK wrote:Other good names for the airport -

Hyderabad Intl Airport
Kakatiya Intl Airport
Rani Rudrama Devi Intl Airport
Pothana Intl Airport
Kancherla Gopanna Intl Airport

There are already other places named after PVNR and NTR. Naming after anybody recent (20th century) can be construed political and there are always people who disagree. By naming after some historical figures, we can at least inspire our children to learn/remember them.


Wazir Akkanna International and Wazir Madanna Domestic Terminals. Two ministers of Tanashah who were slaughtered by the Pure Hyderabadis. Hindu-Muslim Ganga-Yamuna, Krishna-Musi tahzeeb in action.

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Postby Vayutuvan » 08 Jun 2014 23:25

Narayana Rao wrote:TDP leaders of Telangana

Even CBN used it Tirupati when NaMo was there during campaign. Could have said soon to be Andhrapradesh. Why blame it on others who have been called "pakis" IIRC.

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Postby Rony » 09 Jun 2014 02:28

Shifting the power centre

In all likelihood, AP’s new capital will come up between Vijayawada-Guntur and Tenali.

According to senior officials involved in the search for a location for the new capital, the exact place will be announced by Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu along with a Central panel constituted for the purpose.

The Vijayawada-Guntur-Tenali-Mangalagiri region is the frontrunner mainly because of the connectivity it offers and its central location in Andhra Pradesh. The nearest airport, at Gannavaram, is also seen as an advantage.

Guntur district has 1.30 lakh hectares of forest land which, if de-notified, can be utilised for supporting the new capital. Availability of plenty of water from the Krishna is also a positive factor,” the official said. The Guntur airport has an abandoned runway that can be quickly refurbished, he added.

Though initially conceived merely as an administrative capital with the Assembly, Secretariat, Raj Bhavan and other key government offices, the thinking has now changed to a larger, modern city. It is, after all, likely to house industries and business establishments. A delegation of industrialists and Nasscom also surveyed the region and gave a positive feedback. The feasibility of a cyber city near Gannavaram and a pharma city at Repally are being examined.

The speculation over the new capital had included Visakhapatnam, Kurnool and Ongole. These cities had strong proponents who raised their voice from time to time. A UPA government search committee had visited half a dozen locations.

Building the city

The Government machinery is gearing up to build the new capital once the location is finalised. An apex New Capital Committee will be formed with sub-committees for land acquisition, town-planning, traffic, etc.

As per the AP Reorganisation Act, the industries being set up in the capital or any industrial cluster to be identified by the State Government will be eligible for incentives. The tax incentives have already drawn positive response from industrialists. Already industries headquartered in Hyderabad are shifting base to Seemandhra.

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Postby Dasari » 09 Jun 2014 03:46

There seems to be a big divergence between BJP's view of AP and that of CBN. CBN talks about building mega city that rivals Hyderabad and often invokes Singapore model, while Venkaiah and BJP refer to regional capital and distributed growth. I hope soon BJP makes clear to him not to go into false prestige and be more pragmatic in state's development. Paying Rs 80,000 crores to waive of loans and spending lakhs of crores of rupees for mega capital cannot go together. Instead he insists on center to complete the Polavaram project in this term. The mega city can be a priority in the next term.

Lastly he needs to focus on AP and don't hang on to Telangana. His statement that he will not leave Hyderabad until he comes back to power in T is very misguided and very worrysome for people of AP. As far as AP is concerned, Telangana is over and they are like any other two states in India -nothing special. He better behave like CM of AP. Though we don't like Jagan, but we need him to keep CBN in check. Otherwise this man has tendency to be carried away.

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Postby bhavani » 09 Jun 2014 04:20

Today NDTV for me is a pakistani channel. While 24 kids from a college from Hyderabad are dead in a mishap in Kulu manali and the top news on ndtv is the terrorist attack on JInnah airport, WHich is for me a nonsense news and is also a routine new.

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Postby ShyamSP » 09 Jun 2014 07:42

Dasari wrote:There seems to be a big divergence between BJP's view of AP and that of CBN. CBN talks about building mega city that rivals Hyderabad and often invokes Singapore model, while Venkaiah and BJP refer to regional capital and distributed growth. I hope soon BJP makes clear to him not to go into false prestige and be more pragmatic in state's development. Paying Rs 80,000 crores to waive of loans and spending lakhs of crores of rupees for mega capital cannot go together. Instead he insists on center to complete the Polavaram project in this term. The mega city can be a priority in the next term.

Lastly he needs to focus on AP and don't hang on to Telangana. His statement that he will not leave Hyderabad until he comes back to power in T is very misguided and very worrysome for people of AP. As far as AP is concerned, Telangana is over and they are like any other two states in India -nothing special. He better behave like CM of AP. Though we don't like Jagan, but we need him to keep CBN in check. Otherwise this man has tendency to be carried away.


He can stay in Hyderabad until Center gives all to Seemandhra. Center can dust off its hands if he makes some shack in Seemandhra as Capital. Extract and then move. It is NOT worrisome for people of AP until they get their due from Center as it back-stabbed them.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby abhik » 09 Jun 2014 08:59

pandyan wrote:sounds like no powercut. that would inturn help andhra become agriculture powerhouse (as per previous article that said state has 5 climates, fertile land, water but no power)

Preferential supply of power to AP? Thats gonna cause a lot of heartburn to other states. IMO more likely its a load of BS.

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Postby negi » 09 Jun 2014 09:15

^ It won't happen because TN is already pissed with center (thanks to UPA) for sucking all the power it produces into the national grid and then disbursing it based on it's whims and fancies, with KKNP going online TN will (and rightly so) play hardball for getting a quota for it's needs .

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Postby Muppalla » 09 Jun 2014 09:42

CBN was made an abhimanyu by all the mafias and he instead didn't die fighting but emerged victorious. The bruises of his victory was the state bifurcation.

He is now playing a new game. Instead of ignoring BJP he gave two ministries to three MLAs that BJP has won. There is a lot more to that. He is not playing politics and instead he is saying that all that the center and BJP and Modi promised to AP has to be fulfilled. It is true that irrespective of revenues/deficts/crap, several things were promised since the day the bifurcation bill was passed. Now he is politely extracting them via invitations and commitments. On his side he is showing a loyalty without any lobbying for positions. He said he will be part of NDA and did not lobby any ministries. He kept his promises and in that aspect, he give two MLAs ministries and also Nirmala Seetaraman a BJP RS seat. He did put BJP on the hook in front of entire NDA and all those who attended the rallies.

People keep forgetting the positive contributions of CBN. The TDP party and CBN are the only ones who strongly put a consistent anti-congress platform in India for several decades. He was with NDA and never destabilized. Yes, he definitely lobbied to get funds for the state. He had quit NDA post poll after the loss of NDA's power. Hence so many folks attended his pattabhishekam (oath taking ceremony). The attendees include Sri Sri of art of living. Entire BJP central leaders including the Bheesma pitamahs are there. For a minute, I felt did TDP merge with BJP :).

He has recognized that if he has to be with the population, he needs to keep both employees and farmers in good spirits while embarking on multi city infrastructure builds. He definitely have concrete plans to build three mega cites Vizag, Vijayawada and one in Seema. The new APites will build a very wealthy and rich state and there is no doubt about it. Yes and there will be mega cities like Hyderabad in terms of both size and material.

By showing the development of AP he will go to Telangana in next elections. It is for the Telangana to compete and prove better than AP. He will try to heal the bruise of 2014 and that is the strategy.

It will be interesting to watch how the 24 x 7 power can happen to AP.

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Postby gandharva » 09 Jun 2014 19:41

24X7 Electricity: Narendra Modi's first gift to new Andhra Pradesh

The Union government announced that the new state has been chosen for the implementation of uninterrupted power supply. The decision was announced on Sunday, June 8 when Naidu took oath as the CM of the state. Piyush Goyal, the union power and renewable energy minister, was quoted as saying that the state has been selected for the implementation of the pilot project for supplying 24-hour power throughout state which will then be replicated across the nation.

Read more at: http://news.oneindia.in/india/narendra- ... 62465.html

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Rony » 09 Jun 2014 22:24

bhavani wrote:Today NDTV for me is a pakistani channel. While 24 kids from a college from Hyderabad are dead in a mishap in Kulu manali and the top news on ndtv is the terrorist attack on JInnah airport, WHich is for me a nonsense news and is also a routine new.



NDTV and much of Delhi/Mumbai based Channels are already Paki channels in that sense. It comes down to a part of the North Indian meme which still thinks "they are like us onlee" and "two nations one soul" BS. Its the same in bollywood and cultural field too. How does one explain the absurdity of Zee channel willing to take content from Pakjab for its serials but never takes anything from Telugu or Tamil or Kannada ? I have seen Zee dubbing its Hindi content for Telugu viewers but never the other way round even though its a well known fact that Southern languages produce some of the best serials in the country.

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Postby ShyamSP » 09 Jun 2014 22:37

Rony wrote:
bhavani wrote:Today NDTV for me is a pakistani channel. While 24 kids from a college from Hyderabad are dead in a mishap in Kulu manali and the top news on ndtv is the terrorist attack on JInnah airport, WHich is for me a nonsense news and is also a routine new.



NDTV and much of Delhi/Mumbai based Channels are already Paki channels in that sense. It comes down to a part of the North Indian meme which still thinks "they are like us onlee" and "two nations one soul" BS. Its the same in bollywood and cultural field too. How does one explain the absurdity of Zee channel willing to take content from Pakjab for its serials but never takes anything from Telugu or Tamil or Kannada ? I have seen Zee dubbing its Hindi content for Telugu viewers but never the other way round even though its a well known fact that Southern languages produce some of the best serials in the country.


In movies however, they copy/remake Telugu/Tamil movies. From Telugu, they remade many movies with Salman Khan and got hits, except for Debaang which seems to be original make for Hindi as far as I know.

Pakjabi tie-up seems to be to do with dumping the JUNK from Bollywood on to Paki lands. Cheap weed and movies seem to go well in Paki well. I see a lot of youtube rips and boot-legged DVDs with Muslim/Paki names with addresses in Paki land.

One khan produces junk and another khan rips the junk. :)

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Postby ShyamSP » 09 Jun 2014 22:45

Muppalla wrote:CBN was made an abhimanyu by all the mafias and he instead didn't die fighting but emerged victorious. The bruises of his victory was the state bifurcation.

He is now playing a new game. Instead of ignoring BJP he gave two ministries to three MLAs that BJP has won. There is a lot more to that. He is not playing politics and instead he is saying that all that the center and BJP and Modi promised to AP has to be fulfilled. It is true that irrespective of revenues/deficts/crap, several things were promised since the day the bifurcation bill was passed. Now he is politely extracting them via invitations and commitments. On his side he is showing a loyalty without any lobbying for positions. He said he will be part of NDA and did not lobby any ministries. He kept his promises and in that aspect, he give two MLAs ministries and also Nirmala Seetaraman a BJP RS seat. He did put BJP on the hook in front of entire NDA and all those who attended the rallies.

People keep forgetting the positive contributions of CBN. The TDP party and CBN are the only ones who strongly put a consistent anti-congress platform in India for several decades. He was with NDA and never destabilized. Yes, he definitely lobbied to get funds for the state. He had quit NDA post poll after the loss of NDA's power. Hence so many folks attended his pattabhishekam (oath taking ceremony). The attendees include Sri Sri of art of living. Entire BJP central leaders including the Bheesma pitamahs are there. For a minute, I felt did TDP merge with BJP :).

He has recognized that if he has to be with the population, he needs to keep both employees and farmers in good spirits while embarking on multi city infrastructure builds. He definitely have concrete plans to build three mega cites Vizag, Vijayawada and one in Seema. The new APites will build a very wealthy and rich state and there is no doubt about it. Yes and there will be mega cities like Hyderabad in terms of both size and material.

By showing the development of AP he will go to Telangana in next elections. It is for the Telangana to compete and prove better than AP. He will try to heal the bruise of 2014 and that is the strategy.

It will be interesting to watch how the 24 x 7 power can happen to AP.



Good post.

As for power, if they can only take all the power produced in Seemandhra, they can cut down power-cuts to 1-2 hours in Seemandhra. If they can put some nuke power plants in they can sustain power in the state for long time to come. It could be that they are looking solar power-gen systems through a lot of tax-breaks schemes. Solar is already in the plan. How they want to do needs to seen as it is only promise like all other promises right now.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby SandeepA » 09 Jun 2014 23:45

What or where is Seemandhra?

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Postby devesh » 10 Jun 2014 03:53

SandeepA wrote:What or where is Seemandhra?


IED?

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Postby Vayutuvan » 10 Jun 2014 05:24

:lol: rAmAyaNamantA vini rAmuNiki sIta Emavutundi ani aDigADaTa.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby SandeepA » 10 Jun 2014 06:46

Guys, that was sarcasm at people still referring to the state of Andhra Pradesh as Seemandhra :roll:

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby ramana » 10 Jun 2014 06:49

I was about to come to your defence but glad you made it clear!!!

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Postby habal » 10 Jun 2014 08:29

registration of land or property should be done in name of owners only if they install 100K worth solar panels on roof of their house. This can be implemented easily in a new state.

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Postby johneeG » 10 Jun 2014 09:26

habal wrote:registration of land or property should be done in name of owners only if they install 100K worth solar panels on roof of their house. This can be implemented easily in a new state.


I think that would be harsh. Rather than giving negative incentives. It is better to give positive incentives for such ideas. For example, give some property tax concessions for those who install solar panels.

But, this is the final stretch. The first step would be to give tax concessions to those who manufacture solar panels, so that the they become cheaper and easily affordable.

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Postby Yagnasri » 10 Jun 2014 15:44

First you should not give any power to farmers in AP. Give solar panels. It will solve lot of problems. Most of AP can produce good solar power. Debt and subsidy is the two evils AP is going to have. CBN will be tested to solve it. NM can help but MQ will ensure Telugu lands continue to burn through Jagan and other gangs like Ejs and Razakars. People like Jairam Ramesh are already playing their dramas.

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Postby ramana » 10 Jun 2014 21:36

We had the Cabinet protfolios for Telanagana posted earlier. Where are the portfolios for AP? Guys please discuss the issues and not pet themes.

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Postby SandeepA » 11 Jun 2014 01:18

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Postby Raj » 11 Jun 2014 06:21

Portfolios: Naidu Yet To Reveal His Cards!

The first meeting of Andhra Pradesh Cabinet will be held at Andhra University campus in Visakhapatnam on June 12. Till such time, the CM is unlikely to allocate the portfolios, sources said.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Krishna_V » 11 Jun 2014 06:57

This is from APherald. Not sure how accurate

1) Nimmakayala Chinna Rajappa –Home Minister
2) Siddha Raghava Rao - Revenue,Stamps & Registration
3) Kimidi Mrunalini –Civil supplies
4) Kollu Ravindra - Animal Husbandry
5) Ravela Kishore Babu -Transport
6) Manikyala Rao - BJP –Devaadaayaa Shaka
7) Kamineni Srinivas - BJP -Health Minister
8) Devineni Uma (Mylavaram, Krishna) –Irrigation
9) Prathipati Pulla Rao (Chilakaluripeta, Guntur) –Industries
10) Paritala Sunitha (Raptadu, Anantapur) -Women Welfare
11) Peethala Sujatha (Chintalapudi, West Godavari) - SC, ST, BC, Minorities Welfare
12) K Acham Naidu (Tekkali, Srikakulam)- panchayati raj
13) Palle Raghunatha Reddy (Puttaparthi, Ananthapur)- Education
14) Yanamala Ramakrishnudu (MLC, East Godavari)-Finance and legislative affairs
15) KE Krishnamurthy (Pathikonda, Kurnool)-Agriculture ministery
16)Bojjala Gopala Krishna Reddy (Srikalahasti, Chittoor) ..R & B
17) Chintakayala Ayyannapatrudu (Narsipatnam, Visakha) : Municipal Administration & Urban Development
18) Ganta Srinivasa Rao (Bheemili, Visakha): Investments
19)Naraayana: Revenue

http://www.apherald.com/Politics/ViewAr ... Ministers/

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby member_28555 » 11 Jun 2014 07:22

who is MQ sir

Narayana Rao wrote:First you should not give any power to farmers in AP. Give solar panels. It will solve lot of problems. Most of AP can produce good solar power. Debt and subsidy is the two evils AP is going to have. CBN will be tested to solve it. NM can help but MQ will ensure Telugu lands continue to burn through Jagan and other gangs like Ejs and Razakars. People like Jairam Ramesh are already playing their dramas.

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Postby Yagnasri » 11 Jun 2014 07:29

mafia queen - MQ.

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Postby ramana » 12 Jun 2014 00:17

Soembody needs to write to The Hindu to start calling AP by its name.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Muppalla » 12 Jun 2014 07:42

vivek.rao wrote:


awesome! Naidu is going Dharmic...


Not just that he has given the endowments ministry to person who is staunch RSS. Kamineni Srinivas health minister in CBN cabinet is a medico himself, while Manikyala Rao endowments min is a full time RSS member.

AP's endowments ministry means all the temples are in his hands. The policies, money and future course is given to RSS. This is a significant shift in the thought process. For those who are BJP and also TDP and are concerned with EJ gardi now has a voice with whom you can lobby and convince things we all want.

We need to push for an anti-conversions law.

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Postby ShyamSP » 12 Jun 2014 09:27

Krishna_V wrote:This is from APherald. Not sure how accurate

1) Nimmakayala Chinna Rajappa –Home Minister
2) Siddha Raghava Rao - Revenue,Stamps & Registration
3) Kimidi Mrunalini –Civil supplies
4) Kollu Ravindra - Animal Husbandry
5) Ravela Kishore Babu -Transport
6) Manikyala Rao - BJP –Devaadaayaa Shaka
7) Kamineni Srinivas - BJP -Health Minister
8) Devineni Uma (Mylavaram, Krishna) –Irrigation
9) Prathipati Pulla Rao (Chilakaluripeta, Guntur) –Industries
10) Paritala Sunitha (Raptadu, Anantapur) -Women Welfare
11) Peethala Sujatha (Chintalapudi, West Godavari) - SC, ST, BC, Minorities Welfare
12) K Acham Naidu (Tekkali, Srikakulam)- panchayati raj
13) Palle Raghunatha Reddy (Puttaparthi, Ananthapur)- Education
14) Yanamala Ramakrishnudu (MLC, East Godavari)-Finance and legislative affairs
15) KE Krishnamurthy (Pathikonda, Kurnool)-Agriculture ministery
16)Bojjala Gopala Krishna Reddy (Srikalahasti, Chittoor) ..R & B
17) Chintakayala Ayyannapatrudu (Narsipatnam, Visakha) : Municipal Administration & Urban Development
18) Ganta Srinivasa Rao (Bheemili, Visakha): Investments
19)Naraayana: Revenue

http://www.apherald.com/Politics/ViewAr ... Ministers/


Among them, these 2 are deputy CMs which are given to Kapu and BC as promised. Both have been with TDP from beginning.

1) Nimmakayala Chinna Rajappa –Home Minister <=== Godavari Kapu - forward caste/FC
15) KE Krishnamurthy (Pathikonda, Kurnool)-Agriculture ministery <=== Ediga / Goud - backward caste/BC

CBN-loyalist is awarded with power post.
14) Yanamala Ramakrishnudu (MLC, East Godavari)-Finance and legislative affairs <=== Golla/Yadav - BC

Fighter is given water portfolio to sort out water fights I guess
8) Devineni Uma (Mylavaram, Krishna) –Irrigation <==== Kamma - FC

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Postby Rony » 13 Jun 2014 04:50

Anuradha to Head Intel Wing of AP

A 1987 batch IPS officer, AR Anuradha, is all set to be the first woman to head the Intelligence wing of Andhra Pradesh. Orders were issued on Wednesday appointing her as the Intelligence chief of AP.

Though there were other contenders for the key post, Chandrababu Naidu led government picked up Anuradha for the post.
Besides Anuradha, the state government also issued orders giving postings to five more senior IPS officers.

Anuradha previously worked as DCP east zone, IGP, Hyderabad range, Vigilance and Enforcement and as Additional DGP (provisions and Logistics).

The posting of other officers are as follows:

A 1989 batch IPS officer Ch Dwaraka Tirumala Rao, Chairman, SLPRB has been transferred and posted as Additional DGP, CID, AP.

RP Thakur, who was working in the Vigilance & Enforcement Department was transferred and posted as Addl DGP, Law and Order, AP

VSK Kaumudi, Addl DGP(Law &Order) was transferred and posted as Addl DGP(P&L) and Welfare, AP.

NV Surendra Babu, 1987 batch officer, Addl DGP, Training was transferred and posted as Addl DGP, Operations (Greyhounds & Octopus), AP.



Ancient temples, forts to get facelift in Guntur, Krishna

Five ancient temples and two forts in Krishna and Guntur districts will be refurbished shortly by the Department of Archaeology and Museums as the State government has granted funds for taking up repair works.

Restoration of Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy temple at Avanigada in Krishna district and Sri Gangaparvathi Sametha Someswara Temple at Chilakaluripet, Chowdeswara Swamy Temple at Chowdayapalem, Chenna Mallikharjuna Swamy Temple at Gamalapadu village and Sakaleswara Swamy Temple at Nanduru village, all in Guntur district, will be completed in six months.

Kondapalli Fort near Ibrahimpatnam in Krishna district and Tangeda Fort in Guntur will also be renovated, said officials

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby bahdada » 13 Jun 2014 16:13

So KCR garu has apparently thrown down the gauntlet at the local media warning them not to satirize or critique his administration. His fanbois wanna go further and ban anyone who alludes to his face looking like a railway station toilet after peak rush hour.

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Postby suryag » 13 Jun 2014 16:25

good that they brought NV Surendra babu back, he was a terror and a very sincere officer and as usual the congress parked him to take care of training and housing. Need to get srinivasa reddy with an important position(he was the one who busted the Botsa gang being in an insignificant position - he was dumped in excise by ysr at that time i believe)

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Postby Yagnasri » 13 Jun 2014 16:33

Attacking media log and threatening them not to write against KCR gang is going on for over a decade. What is new? Telugu media also is mostly paid one anyway. Reddy is a great officer. Hope AP has good number of police officers who will do their job properly.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby vivek.rao » 13 Jun 2014 19:34

Muppalla wrote:
Not just that he has given the endowments ministry to person who is staunch RSS. Kamineni Srinivas health minister in CBN cabinet is a medico himself, while Manikyala Rao endowments min is a full time RSS member.

AP's endowments ministry means all the temples are in his hands. The policies, money and future course is given to RSS. This is a significant shift in the thought process. For those who are BJP and also TDP and are concerned with EJ gardi now has a voice with whom you can lobby and convince things we all want.

We need to push for an anti-conversions law.


I think he has to start with this:

1. We will create trusts with an independent account advising trusts.
2. Make local people/devotees as shareholders
3. create a structure where temples can have hospitals/schools directly associated or sponsored.
4. Shareholders can decide which programs to fund
5. Poor people are taught/cared for in schools/hospitals

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Lilo » 13 Jun 2014 22:21

Kovvada nuclear power plant may take off soon

Centre, State keen on clearing the hurdles: NPCIL officials

Both the Centre and the State government are set to clear all hurdles for nuclear power project at Kovvada of Srikakulam district to overcome the power crisis in Andrha Pradesh, according to the officials of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL).

The land acquisition process for the plant got delayed due to elections and change in the government.

Around Rs. 1 lakh crores are likely to be invested on the 10,000 MW Kovvada project. The Union government allocates 50 percent of power to Andhra Pradesh.{where will they find this money?} Chandrababu Naidu’s government which has ambitious plans for the development of the State is likely to mount pressure on the government for early completion of the project.

Though there is no fund crunch, officials are worried over delay in land acquisition process. The company needs around 1000 acres apart from the government land of 2000 acres. NPCIL promises to implement best rehabilitation package if locals are willing to surrender their lands for the project.

TDP leaders, who opposed the nuclear power project, have chosen to remain silent after the party came to power in the State. The Congress did not oppose the project as the nuclear plant got momentum during UPA’s regime.

“Modi Government is very keen on development and power is essential for implementing its plans. That is why we are hopeful that NPCIL project will take off very soon,” said a top executive of the NPCIL project.

The NPCIL officials are now in Hyderabad to have better coordination with AP officials over the land acquisition process in Ranasthalam mandal. The land has to be acquired from five villages. The officials are confident that there will not be any resistance from people since land losers will be offered the best package under the government’s new land policy.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/a ... 108468.ece


NPCIL would set up six units each of 1,594 MWe to produce nearly 9,600 MWe of nuclear power.

He said the cost details were still being worked out with GE Hitachi, which was providing the technology. But, the price would be more than Rs.7 crore for each MWe.



If they cant dump massa , minimum one would expect is that a significant portion of the 1 Lakh crore being earmarked for the project goes back into Indian economy - by insisting on local procurement clauses in the contract.Not to mention getting Indian private industry into this and TOT atleast of the various middling level technologies which went into this reactor.


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