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Around 700 cases booked for Corona curfew violation


Telangana: As the nation undergoing with the second corona wave, covid protocols went for a toss in Hyderabad’s Charminar market on Thursday. Large number of people were seen shopping and flouting covid norms of maintaining social distancing and wearing face masks.

After this, the city police registered the cases against the violators. DCP South Zone says, “There have been some violations in some parts of the city & we have been booking a lot of cases against such violators, especially in and around Charminar.”

“Since 20th April, night curfew implemented in Hyderabad city & all over Telangana. We’ve booked 698 cases for not wearing masks, 146 cases for not maintaining social distancing norms, 4 cases of large public gatherings, 253 cases of night curfew violation”, DCP South Zone added.

Forest Range officer in Telangana thrashed by TRS workers for planting trees


Planting trees is a noble act and should be rewarded. In Telangana, the reward was violence. In a disturbing video, forest range officer C Anita, defenceless, is seen stand on a tractor as a group of angry political workers surround her and land blows on her and the tractor with huge wooden sticks. Sixteen people, including the brother of a TRS legislator, have been arrested.

Among those attacking Anita is Koneru Krishna, vice chairperson of the local zilla parishad and also brother of local Sirpur segment legislator Koneru Konappa.

The mob continues its attack even as other police officers try to shield her and push them away.

The issue was the villagers thought that the government is trying to capture the land which they were cultivating illegally. Sources say tension had been building up over this issue for the last few days and anticipating trouble, the forest range officer had gone along with 30 policemen and 30 forest guards.

Even as Ms Anita was explaining that they were following the instructions of the government, the mob, which included farmers, did not stop the attack. The police didn’t take the required actions. When asked why none of the armed police personnel tried to stop the attack, Mr Reddy said, “The attack on the officer happened too fast. Why no one fired, we need to inquire. But firing may have been a disproportionate reaction,” he said.

The plantation drive, aimed at afforestation, is part of the Kaleshwaram irrigation project of the state government which Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao calls his “second-biggest dream”.

Crowd dispersed in Yogi Adityanath’s rally due to unavailability of translator


India is a Nation where languages and dialects change with villages and regions. A single language is not at all sufficient to communicate with people from every region in India. BJP, carelessly, did not arrange a translator for the Yogi Adityanath’s rally and thus, witnessed an embarrassing dispersion of people from the rally at Yellareddy in Kamarareddy district.

Local leaders from Zaheerabad did their best to gather crowd but forgot the translator. In the rally, Yogi Adityanath was bashing the ruling party Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) in his own way of expressing. The expression did not reach the public as it was in Hindi. The clueless and angry public stood and started leaving the rally.

Telugu speaking women said that they couldn’t understand a word. “We didn’t understand what he was saying. BJP leaders, who made us come all the way to attend the meeting, should have at least got a translator,” said a women at the public meeting.

It has been norm that the local BJP leaders translate the speech of the national leaders. However, this time the BJP candidate did not arrange a translator. Such incident could have happened with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During recent Mahbubnagar rally, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had started his speech in Hindi, but as soon as he realised that people were not responding, he asked BJP state president K Laxman to translate for him in Telugu.

It’s common sense that people prefer to listen speeches in their own language. It is also a way to connect with them emotionally too. Due to this reason only regional parties and politics came into the picture. The incident was an embarrassment for BJP. Let’s hope that they learn from this mistake and won’t repeat it again.

Yogi’s Renaming Spree Reaches Telagana elections


It seems that the BJP is on a renaming spree not only in the state it rules but also where it hopes to form the government in the upcoming assembly elections. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has now said that if Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) comes to power in Telangana then Karimnagar will be renamed as Karipuram. He also proposed changing name of Hyderabad to Bhagyanagar.

Apart from the name-changing gimmick, he launched scathing attack on Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. Yogi said that KCR had not fulfilled any promises he made to the people of the state while PM Modi worked for providing welfare benefits to people without any discrimination. 

While replying to Yogi’s renaming proposal and allegations, K Chandrashekhar Rao asked in a recent India Today TV interview, “Will each home get a kilo of gold if Hyderabad’s name changes?”  Telangana’s caretaker chief minister dismissed the idea — renaming the state capital Bhagyanagar — as “stupidity”. 

Adityanath spoke at rallies in Karimnagar and Nizamabad districts yesterday. He brought up his own government’s work in Uttar Pradesh: “We have renamed Faizabad as Ayodhya and Allahabad as Prayagraj.”

The decision to rename Faizabad district, home to the city believed by millions to be the birthplace of the Hindu deity Ram, was announced last month. Allahabad was once known as Prayag; the Mughal emperor Akbar named it Illahabas, meaning “abode of God”, in 1575. The state cabinet approved the latest name change in October. 

Adityanath also accused the TRS, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Congress of promoting dynasty politics and said that if these parties form their government in the state then their sons or daughters will hold plum posts and ministries but only in BJP equal opportunities are provided to everyone.

“Only BJP can make a tea seller, the Prime Minister of this country,” Yogi added.

Calling out the Congress for its Muslim appeasement the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister accused them of depriving other communities of their basic rights, ANI reported.

Telangana Assembly elections are due on December 7. The counting of votes will take place on December 11.

Congress releases first list of candidates for Telangana Elections


Congress released a list of 65 candidates for Telangana Elections. The party released the list after a Marathon meeting of Central Election Committee of the party. Rahul Gandhi called this meeting. 

Congress Party is aiming to upstage Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS). This party is head by the incumbent Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. They are staging state party chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy to contest from the Huzurnagar constituency. 

Congress has an understanding on various seats with Telugu Desam Party (TDP). Chandrababu Naidu lead this party and was an ally of NDA government. They broke the alliance as the government was reluctant to give Andhra Pradesh a special status. 

Like previous elections in Uttar Pradesh, a United Opposition front could be expected. For this idea to become reality, Naidu is meeting other opposition leaders and would launch a joint effort to defeat BJP. 

The Elections are scheduled for 7th December. After successes in Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh for keeping BJP at bay, United Opposition front is not just a flash in the pan. The stability of such Alliance doesn’t seems great but still its enough to keep BJP far from power. Let’s see if BJP will prepare well for this or just ridicule like before and pay the price. 

तेलंगाना विधानसभा चुनाव : भाजपा की दूसरी सूची में 28 प्रत्याशियों के नाम


शुक्रवार को भाजपा ने तेलंगाना विधानसभा चुनाव को लेकर दूसरी सूची जारी की है। भाजपा की इस सूची में 28 प्रत्याशियों का नाम शामिल है। भाजपा  ने 20 अक्टूबर को पहली सूची में 38 प्रत्याशियों के नाम की घोषणा की थी। वहीं, तेलंगाना की 119 सीटों पर 7 दिसंबर को वोटिंग होनी है। यहां नॉमिनेशन की आखिरी तारीख 19 नवंबर है। तेलंगाना में फिलहाल तेलंगाना राष्ट्र समिति की सरकार है। जिसके मुख्यमंत्री चंद्रशेखर राव हैं।

तेलंगाना की 28 नामों वाली दूसरी सूची :

1. 1 Sirpur Dr. Srinivasulu

2. 5 Asifabad (ST) Sri Ajmira Athmaram Naik

3. 6 Khanapur (ST) Sri Satla Ashok

4. 9 Nirmal Dr.(Smt.) Aindla Suvarna Reddy

5. 17 Nizamabad (Urban) Sri Endala Lakshminarayana

6. 21 Jagityal Sri Muduganti Ravinder Reddy

7. 23 Ramagundam Smt. Balmuri Vanitha

8. 29 Siricilla Sri Mallagari Narsa Goud

9. 33 Siddipet Sri Naini Narotham Reddy

10. 46 Kukatpally Sri Madhavaram Kantha Rao

11. 51 Rajendranagar Sri Baddam Bal Reddy, Ex.MLA

12. 52 Sherlingampally Sri G. Yoganand

13. 58 Malakpet Sri Ale Jithendra

14. 66 Charminar Sri T. Uma Mahendra

15. 67 Chandrayangutta Kum. Syed Shahezadi

16. 68 Yakatpura Sri Charmani Roopraj

17. 69 Bahadurpura Sri Haneef Ali

18. 76 Devarkadra Sri Aggani Narsmulu Sagar

19. 78 Wanaparthi Sri Kotha Amarender Reddy

20. 81 Nagarkurnool Sri Nedanuri Dilip Chary

21. 87 Nagarjuna Sagar Smt. Kankanala Niveditha

22. 97 Alair Sri Donthiri Sridhar Reddy

23. 99 Ghanpur (Station) (SC) Sri Perumandla Venkateshwarlu

24. 105 Warangal West Sri M Dharma Rao, Ex.MLA

25. 107 Wardhannapet (SC) Sri Kotha Saranga Rao

26. 111 Yellandu (ST) Smt. Mokalla Naga Sravanthi

27. 115 Wyra (ST) Ms. Bhukya Reshma Bai (Resyma Rathore)

28. 118 Aswaraopeta (ST) Dr. Bukya Prasad Rao

Congress, TDP, CPI form grand alliance against TRS; Hint of United Opposition Front


Politics is the most unpredictable field. TDP and Congress, both have never thought in their wildest of the dream that this day might come. They formed the alliance after 35 years along with CPI. The aim is to impose President’s rule before election. This much trouble to face TRS in the election. 

A group of senior political leaders from four Opposition parties – the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), the Congress, the Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) and the Communist Party of India (CPI) – met Governor ESL Narasimhan on Tuesday.

According to a senior Congress leader, the alliance will be in line for a United Opposition ahead of 2019 general elections. The front is also reportedly trying to unite with Kodandaram (of TJS) also.

“This is only the preliminary stage. We have not discussed seat sharing. But we are formulating a broad-based alliance, including the TDP also, on the basis of the Common Minimum Programme.” 

 R C Khuntia, AICC-in-charge of Congress affairs in Telangana.

This is the first time in TDP’s 35-year-old history that it is joining hands with the Congress in a state. Justifying the alliance, Khunti said the Congress does not harbour any bitter feelings towards the TDP. 

Hint of United Opposition?

This move increases the chances of a United Opposition Front to counter BJP in 2019 Lok Sabha Polls. Earlier, in a statement, NCP leader Sharad Pawar has already declared a contest-like criterion for becoming PM. In UP, coming together of SP and BSP also indicate that the Opposition is determined to remove the Saffron Party from the Parliament. Let’s see can they hold up till the 2019 Polls. 

चेन्नई में होने वाले भारत और ऑस्ट्रेलिया के बीच तीसरा वनडे से जुड़े 6 रोचक आंकड़े Test लाड़ली लक्ष्मी योजना में प्रदेश की हर महिला को मिलेंगे 1000 रूपये महीना लाड़ली बहना योजना का ऐसे उठाएं लाभ, हर महीने मिलेंगे 1000 रुपये