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సిబిఐకి ఆధారాలు దొరక్కపోవడంతో విజయసాయి రెడ్డి అనుమతి లేకుండా నార్కో ఎనాలసిస్ పరీక్ష చేయించి, తప్పుడు నివేదిక సృష్టించారన్నారు.
Did CBI already do Narco analysis test?Vijayamma gaaru told above sentence..Is that correct? OR sakshi mistyped it?
Could be “Srustinchaali” ani ani vuntaru anukontuna. I did not see this yet.
just read the article. she just mentioning as they are trying to.
Why is Babu so concerned about Yanam incident?
Why the reserved decision of High court after it put the proceedings of CBI prelimenary investigation of Chandrababu naidu in abeyance have not been announced?
When is the bench of Rohini and other judge going to pronounce the judgement? How long can such abeyance order stay alive? The matter portrays how complacent the Judiciary is.
They already did. It is put on hold indefinitely.
when is the deadline for filing a charge sheet in the case of Emaar ?
I heard it as 2nd Feb.
What about Jagan’s asset case?
90 days from the first arrest is made. Or put it in other words, once a person is arrested, he has to be charge-sheeted in 90 days. It does not mean full charge sheet, but atleast CBI/Police has to chargesheet why the arrest is made and then case goes to hearing in the court.
When the two-phase polling in Andhra Pradesh ended on April 23, Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, unusually for a Congressman, said “whether it is victory or defeat, I”m solely responsible”. If that tentative statement betrayed the nervousness of an incumbent fighting for a second consecutive term, the results only proved that Reddy”s instincts were on the right side.
In a state where the Congress remained demoralised for two decades due to frequent changes of chief ministers imposed by the High Command, Reddy remains an exception as he moves into his sixth consecutive year in office.
During the campaign, Reddy laid emphasis on all that his Government did since the day he signed the file to offer uninterrupted supply of electricity, free of cost, to farmers and write off their power bills, moments after being sworn in on May 14, 2004. He did not budge from his stand to make any fresh promises even when doughty rivals N. Chandrababu Naidu and Telugu filmdom”s megastar Chiranjeevi offered high hopes to voters.
This time Reddy has signed two files, offering bigger sops to farmers and the rural poor”increase in electricity supply from seven to nine hours a day, free of cost, to farmers with immediate effect and increase in the monthly entitlement of rice to the poor through the public distribution system from 20 to 30 kg a month from October. “My Government would repay the faith reposed in us by implementing the welfare schemes with greater transparency,” declared Reddy.
There are no worries about the financial burden the schemes impose on the state. With the enhancement of the quota of rice, the Government would require an additional quantity of 54.54 lakh tonnes to cater to 1.93 lakh cardholders at an extra cost of Rs.2,400 crore. The Government made an allocation of Rs.3,000 crore as subsidy for supply of rice in the vote-on-account budget in February. On the power front, Reddy is providing relief to 26.81 lakh agricultural consumers by assuring nine-hour supply, involving an estimated budgetary implication of Rs.1,536 crore. The sops that he announced will cost the state exchequer an additional Rs.4,000 crore.
His top priority, however, for the next five years is the Jalayagnam mission to make the state what he describes as “harita” Andhra Pradesh. But making this a reality by commissioning irrigation projects with massive funding is a daunting challenge. At stake are 91 irrigation projects, taken up at a cost of Rs.1.50 lakh crore, for which the foundations have already been laid. Though the Finance Minister Konijeti Rosaiah had presented a state budget of Rs.1 lakh crore for 2008-09, the Government was able to spend only Rs.78,000 crore. Also, the overall debt stands at Rs.1,17,000 crore. Clearly, there is a crisis looming large over the state”s finances.
This financial year, several departments are worried about raising funds for meeting targets set for completion of irrigation projects as well as implementing welfare measures like the Abhaya Hastham, old-age pension schemes, Indiramma housing and other Reddy initiatives. On his part, the chief minister is working on a twin strategy.
He is contemplating the creation of the office of commissioner of social security for effective implementation of all schemes and is also carefully setting up targets to make sure that every single deserving person avails the benefits. This will help check grain drain and bogus claims from different welfare programmes, avoid wastage of resources and improve their financial management.
The more critical element of the twin strategy is to find the mind-boggling sums for taking up and completing the majority of the projects under Jalayagnam. Reddy will be looking up to the Central Government to fund some of the larger irrigation projects, like Polavaram, Pranahita-Chevella and Uttara Andhra Sujala Sravanthi which will water large tracts that are bigger in size than some of the smaller states, as national initiatives.
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Can Andhra Pradesh do it? “It is possible that higher public investments will also encourage the flow of greater private investments,” says the state”s economic adviser D.A. Somayajulu. “The economy is robust as revenues leapt from Rs.25,000 crore three years ago to Rs.70,000 crore and we have surpassed states like Maharashtra and Gujarat,” he adds.
Reddy is determined to capitalise on these highs. His initials YSR are eponymous for the endearing respect and unflinching loyalty he commands among staunch supporters, not just in the Congress rank and file but also in the state”s bureaucracy. And to strike an emotive chord, Reddy made sure that at least one, if not two, of the major welfare measures reached and benefited every family in the state.
Few chief ministers in command of a large state can claim to have travelled as extensively as he did. Not only did he visit all 22 districts”between 30 and 35 times in five years”for an enduring rural connect, but he also followed it up with an aggressive one-man show”the final campaign tour through 170 of the 294 constituencies in just 29 days. It is this that has led to an impressive performance, winning 33 of the 42 Lok Sabha constituencies and 156 of the 294 assembly seats with 73 first-time contestants.
A wily strategist, he revved up the Congress party machine in a manner that legislators became accountable for popular support in their constituencies. Based on a detailed constituency and contestant analysis, he could drop sitting legislators without a murmur of protest and field what he jocularly calls “winning horses”.
Reddy”s commitment in reaching out to voters is indeed indefatigable. Evidently, relying on the fundamentals of his medical college education, he has drawn up a prescription to address the needs of all sections of society and cure the state”s ills. But it will take a year to see how his magic potion really begins.
దేశవ్యాప్తంగా మహామహులనే పాదాక్రాంతులను చేసుకున్న కాంగ్రెస్ నాయకత్వం, రాష్ట్రంలో ఒక యువనేతను చూసి నిలువెల్లా వణికిపోతోంది. ఆ నేత హడావిడికి హడలిపోతోంది. సొంత పార్టీ అధినేత్రిని, పార్టీని ఒంటికాలిపై లేచి దునుమాడుతున్నా ఒక్కరికీ ఎదురుదాడి చేసే దమ్ము లేకుండా పోరుుంది. ఆ యువనేత దూకుడుతో పార్టీని దశాబ్దాల నుంచి అంటిపెట్టుకున్న ఓటుబ్యాంకు చెల్లాచెదరవుతున్నా ఎవరికీ పట్టడం లేదు. అందరిదీ మనెకందుకులే అన్న నిర్లిప్తత. మన బాధ్యత కాదన్న నిర్లక్ష్యం. కలసి వెరసి వైఎస్సార్ కాంగ్రెస్ పార్టీ అధ్యక్షుడు జగన్ దూకుడుకు కాంగ్రెస్లో మూకుమ్మడి మౌనరాగం.
Mr CBN’s Unknown History of 9 years! How many of you know the following facts :
Ex AP CM Naidu built a fake model and sugar coated the development in A.P
– AP GDP is the lowest across all the southern states, lower than the national average
– AP has been ranked down from 4th to 8th Rank in his 9 years of ruling.
– The only state in the Country, that showed 0% performance in National Family Health Services
– Education system – Worse than any other state in the South.
– The literacy rate of Cyberabad(Hitech City) is lower then Patna
– Basic needs were never addressed or taken care of at rural level which lead to the death of Farmers.
– Highest Farmers Death Rate occurred in the State of AP, during CBN’s ruling.
Dear Venkat garu,
I just want to suggest you to find out one NRI person for every mandal to act as incharge for coordinating the party activity incollaboration with local party leaders. I am sure that we will get aweful lot of people to do this job. Infact we will be able to find one person for each village who can connect NRI cell activities with the voters. I felt that this is a good strategy to involve many NRIs (1100 mandals x atleast 10 villages per mandal) in our party activities.
I just want to make it very clear that NRI allways need not help our party by contributing the money. NRI assurance to the voters about what our party can deliver creates a tremendous impact. I am telling this from my personal visit to my native place in Guntur district as a NRI student who didn’t have a lot of money to change the voters opinion. I am posting this comments on manajagan.com blog to throw this idea with the hearts of YSR fans.
Very good idea if we can streamline this idea into an implementation
I too agree..I can spend some time with local cadre in Medikondur Mandal,Guntur dist..Think creatively and make sure that our cadre will always be occupied..
BSR:Where are you from? I studied in Siripuram village..do u have any idea on that village?
enti nijamgaa annaadaa
Bolli bob is nakka jittulamari. I dont think so. If did, may be to overcome the -ve criticism and to create a sympathy factor in ther own turf that no one else exists for his replacement. Just like he did recently that he declared assets as if Andhra Hazare. It failed utterly.
Want to add one more. Did any one read Kommineni’s recent Rticle of revival of party with recent so called in t region, cases stay and media coverage in +ve light and govt support, he want to project this as change. I feel it is arrogance and vaapu. Also I feel silly But want mske mention of it here. They but his headline on AP gajadonga SC Vizag land 420 dismissal “GAJA DONGA vaadana angikarichani SC”. How come these guys show such favoritism? If it is YSRCP OR Vijayamma others, it will be derogatory phrase like eduru debba, kotti vetha or warning.
We have to consider the following aspects before drawing any conclusion on the India Today Poll.
1.Nielsen has good track record as far as opinion/exit polls are concerned In india. Today’s chanakya is another agency which did well in 2009 elections.
2. ‘India today’ uses the services of ORG this time not Nielsen. I think , they hired Nielsen in Aug 2011. India today’s track record is not at all impressive so far.
3. The ‘others ‘ category is not a homogeneous group. They will align with one of the two main coalitions (UPA and NDA) before the elections. The possibility of Third front is not bright
4. AP has clear trend ,YSRCP wave in Seemandhra and TRS in Telengana.It requires no poll for that matter.
5. A) The challenges YSRCP is facing is CBI and its consequences . B)Gaining ground in Telengana to manage comfortable majority apart from retaining the support base till 2014.
6. I do not expect any major change in the governance due to ‘ not so encouraging’ economic environment , remote controlled regime , Slender majority and lack of mass base for the leaders .
7. YSRCP may gain some ground in Telengana, if they can throw out some bold proposals for Telengana problem . They should avoid CBN type approach. The approach of YSRCP goes against the image of YSR. that is ‘decisive’ .’ Ok for separation’ if it does not harm any region or ‘United AP’ if the aspirations of Telengana are met .
8. Plan ‘B” should be in place to avoid the party from chaos and disintegration, if YSJ is arrested and remains in the custody for long period ( above 6 months). The organisation come in to play here. I guess there is a delay in projecting group of leaders for takeover in case of trouble.
There is hardly anything one can do about point 8 except ‘Wait and Watch’.The other possibility could be , Mid term poll , remote possibility but there is a chance.
sorry Missed one more point, We should expect some effort from CONG and TDP to counter the situation. They may even support each other at elections . This may reduce the number of seats.
On point 7, The frightening thing is how CBI and others can be used to subvert democratic structures (like political parties etc.). Thats why I am so afraid of a Lok Pal bill with absolute powers…..who can guarantee that it wont be misused…..I mean for 6 months, the entire investigative powers of the CBI have been targeted against one individual just to please the powers that be…..Lakshminarayana and others are not accountable for their “misdeeds”…I mean Narco Analysis ?? Give me a break…….what next, waterboarding, sleep deprivation……
Imagine a Laxminarayana as the Lok Pal……
If cong n tdp face election as a coalition force then they can win 2 seats each
Very nice analysis. Can uoi please email me on email@example.com of your phone number, Murthy gaaru?
According to the poll, if a Lok Sabha election were to be held now, we could end up with a scenario like the one in 1996 when neither the Congress-led coalition nor the BJP-led coalition comes anywhere close to the majority mark of 272 seats in the Lok Sabha. There is, of course, no coherent Third Front this time around, but it is safe to assume that the others which includes Mulayam Singh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party, Mayawati’s BSP, Jayalalithaa’s AIADMK, Naveen Patnaik’s BJD and Jagan Reddy’s YSR Congress, will determine who the next prime minister of India will be.
Looking at the indiatoday survey not mentioning tdp, in AP scenario c babu gave up saying he is not in cm post
What a change !
Army chief cares a foot for Cong .
NLR Garu, while this may spite the congress, this is not good for the country…the army should firmly be under civilian control….that is what has ensure sustenance of our democratic structures (despite all its weaknesses)…the army chief is biting the apple both ways…he obviously got seniority benefit because his age seems to have been overstated to begin with…now he is trying to get an extension claiming his age is overstated……and he is crudely trying to cash in on the anti-government mood in general and in the media in particular.
use some tool to run as slideshow instead of opening each file
just a suggestion
I am not able to open. Asking for a domain registration.
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