Huzurnagar bypoll : Left party takes a U-turn in Telangana

The Communist Party of India has backed off from its earlier promise to support the TRS in the byelection in Huzurnagar. The assembly constituency in Telangana will vote on 21 October. This comes after the K Chandrasekhar Rao government's decision to sack 48000 employees of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) and make it … Continue reading Huzurnagar bypoll : Left party takes a U-turn in Telangana

No festival cheer for TSRTC’s sacked employees as commuters pay double fare

Many have hailed K Chandrasekhar Rao's decision to sack 48000-odd employee of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) in one stroke, calling it a refusal to give in to blackmail. Others have called it insensitive and a ploy to make the employees look the villain of the piece when it is the Telangana government … Continue reading No festival cheer for TSRTC’s sacked employees as commuters pay double fare

Decoding TRS move to seek CPI support for Huzurnagar byelection

Three senior TRS leaders - Kesava Rao, B Vinod Kumar and Nama Nageswara Rao - trooped into the CPI office on a cloudy Sunday afternoon to seek its support for its candidate in the Huzurnagar byelection. If the move raised eyebrows, it was not surprising because the TRS had crushed the opposition in December 2018, … Continue reading Decoding TRS move to seek CPI support for Huzurnagar byelection

Congress ka haath, mukka-laat ke saath

Trust politicians to make every protest about themselves than the cause. On Saturday, leaders and cadre of all opposition parties in Telangana - Congress, Telugu Desam, Telangana Jana Samiti, Jana Sena and the CPI - assembled at Dharna Chowk in Hyderabad to protest against the government's handling of the Intermediate results. Also present were the … Continue reading Congress ka haath, mukka-laat ke saath

Rahul’s Wayanad decision is no 56 inch move. It is safety first

The road to power in Delhi, political wisdom in India goes, passes through Uttar Pradesh. Prime ministerial candidates have often sought a mandate from a constituency in India's most populous state. On Sunday, the Congress decided that in addition to Amethi, it will explore a route for its party president via Kerala. While it is … Continue reading Rahul’s Wayanad decision is no 56 inch move. It is safety first