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Secret behind Kiran not contesting elections

For any politician, contesting elections becomes inevitable for his survival. However, former chief minister and founder of the Jai Samaikyandhra Party, Kiran Kumar Reddy shocked all by deciding not to contest elections. 781 more words

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40 per cent Lok Sabha candidates in Telangana not graduates

Hyderabad: While there are many intellectuals and highly educated people contesting in these elections, quite a few under-graduates and illiterates are also in the fray. 203 more words

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Narendra Modi a threat to nation: Chiranjeevi in Vizag rally

Visakhapatnam: While actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan shared the dais with Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi at various meetings in Telangana and praised him to the sky, his elder brother and Congress Campaign Committee chief in Andhra Pradesh K. 889 more words

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Netas dispense cash to voters via ATMs

HYDERABAD: Despite the elaborate checking by authorities to curb distribution of unaccounted for money, candidates are pampering the electorate with wads of currency and the Election Commission (EC) is unable to do anything as it is being done in a perfectly ‘legal’ manner.  399 more words

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Pawan shouts "Jai Telangana" in NZB and "Jai Hind" in Hyd!

Nizamabad/Hyderabad: Tollywood actor and Jana Sena party founder Pawan Kalyan on Tuesday launched his “Vijay Rally” with “Jai Telangana” slogan which was well received by the public with applause in Nizamabad. 1,124 more words

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Naidu assures agro-based industries in AP

Hyderabad: TDP president N. Chandrababu Naidu today assured that agro-based industries would be set up in Andhra Pradesh if the party was voted to power. 97 more words

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Political rivalry in NTR family surfaces again!

Hyderabad: The undercurrents over the right to NTR’s legacy seem to be still raging in the family of late actor-turned politician and founder of Telugu Desam. 479 more words

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