Free Press Journal
  • D Srinivas showing his resignation letter to media.

    Ex-APCC chief Srinivas quits party; to join TRS

    Hyderabad : In a setback to Congress in Telangana, former state unit president D Srinivas on Thursday quit the party and announced his decision join ruling TRS holding it would suit him serve the state better. Srinivas said it was a ‘painful decision’ to leave the party he has served for long and will continue to have great respect for Congress chief Sonia Gandhi but took potshots at AICC general secretary Digivijay

  • D Srinivasan

    D Srinivasan quits Congress, to join TRS

    Hyderabad: In a setback to Congress in Telangana, senior leader D Srinivas today quit the party and declared to join the ruling TRS. Srinivas, who has served as president of the state Congress unit and minister in the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh, said he has decided to join the TRS to work for realising the goal of a ‘golden Telangana’.

  • ‘Enough proof to nail Rao in Naidu’s phone tapping’

    Hyderabad : Sharpening its attack on Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao in connection with alleged illegal tapping of phone of his Andhra Pradesh counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu in the cash-for-vote scam, the state government on Tuesday said they had enough evidence to ‘nail’ Rao, which could ‘uproot’ the TRS-led government.

  • Cash-for-vote scam: TDP-TRS trade charges

    Hyderabad : Spawned by the alleged cash-for-vote scam, wrangling between ruling parties of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh continued on Thursday with second-rung leaders from Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) trading charges at each other.

  • India’s 29th state Telangana completes one year

    Hyderabad: The youngest Indian state of Telangana, carved out of Andhra Pradesh, today completed one year of its existence after nearly a five-decade struggle for a separate statehood. The state had elected Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) president K Chandrasekhar Rao, who played a pivotal role in leading the struggle, as its Chief Minister in last year’s assembly elections.

  • TRS wins Five seats, TDP-BJP combine falls flat

    Hyderabad : The ruling TRS in Telangana won five seats while main opposition Congress secured one seat in the election held today to fill six vacancies in state Legislative Council.

  • TDP leader quits as legislator to join Telangana cabinet

    Hyderabad: Former Andhra Pradesh minister T. Srinivas Yadav Tuesday resigned from Telangana state legislative assembly and also from Telugu Desam Party (TDP), ahead of his joining the Telangana cabinet.

  • Telangana: Uproar Over Remarks Against Sonia

    Hyderabad  : The first budget session of the Telangana Legislative Assembly ended on an acrimonious note On Saturday following an uproar over certain remarks ‘against’ Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

  • TRS postpones plenary meeting

    Hyderabad: The ruling TRS in Telangana today postponed the party’s plenary session to October 18 in view of the heavy rain forecast for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in the next few days.

  • TRS indulging in ‘Goebbels campaign’

    Hyderabad: The BJP in Telangana has accused the ruling TRS of indulging in a ‘Goebbels campaign’ against the saffron party in the run-up to the Medak Lok Sabha bypolls in the state. Objecting to the TRS leaders’ allegation against BJP candidate T Jayaprakash Reddy that he was an ‘integrationist’ (one  against bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh), state BJP president G Kishan Reddy wanted to know why TRS admitted leaders who came from parties