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KCR says no to Telangana Day, kicks up storm

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao’s refusal to celebrate officially the ‘Telangana Liberation Day’ on Wednesday has disappointed Telanganites and has also raised a storm in the state.

Centre-Telangana face-off likely on household survey

A face-off between the Centre and the Telangana government seems to be imminent as the home ministry may intervene in the 'Intensive Household Survey' to ascertain the details of 84 lakh families in the state.

Congress says Sonia's letter to Modi on Seemandhra 'very significant'

Congress on Monday termed Sonia Gandhi's letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for assistance to Seemandhra as "very significant", saying that the UPA government made many commitments for the residual state and now it was for the NDA to implement them.

New Telangana CM's son, nephew take charges

For many in the state well versed with the ruling TRS's organisation structure, the inclusion of family members did not come as a shocker. The party has often been accused of being run as a family affair. Full Coverage | Telangana timeline

Both sides nostalgic about Andhra bifurcation

The division of Andhra Pradesh on Monday turned a large part of the public in both states nostalgic of the times spent together — sharing cultures, cuisines, knowledge and affection.

Telangana becomes India's 29th state, but has no official map yet

Telangana formally became the country's 29th state on Monday, but it would take a while before it is reflected in the official geographical and political map, as the ministry of home affairs is yet to provide boundary details to the Survey of India. Full Coverage | Telangana timeline

Hyderabad to have international-standard surveillance: KCR

About 10,000 closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV) would be installed across Hyderabad as part of an effort to put an international-standard surveillance system in place, the first chief minister of Telangana, K Chandrasekhar Rao, announced here on Monday.

Industry, service sectors to drive Telangana's economy

Telangana recorded a GSDP (State Gross Domestic Product) of Rs 3,35,018 crore for the year 2012-13, driven by industry and services sectors.

Celebrations as India gets new state of Telangana

Celebrations erupted in southern India to mark the creation of the new state of Telangana on Monday at the culmination of a separatist campaign stretching back nearly six decades.

K Chandrashekhar Rao: Ambitious leader but full of contradictions

The road to Telangana has been long and twisting. And the life of Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhara Rao (KCR), the chief minister of India's 29th state, is similarly full of contradictions and about-turns.

PM Narendra Modi welcomes Telangana as 29th state

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday hailed the formation of Telangana and promised complete central support to help take the state to newer heights of progress.

The gamble that never paid off for Congress

Bifurcating Andhra Pradesh was a risk that never paid off for the Congress. The move cost them dear in both the Lok Sabha and assembly elections as they were decimated in both Telangana and Seemandhra.

Andhra split upturns Jagan’s wheel of fortune

Such was the confidence Jaganmohan Reddy exuded on completion of the Seemandhra polls on May 7 that it made some TDP supporters worry about Chandrababu Naidu’s chances of leading Seemandhra about to be a state from June 2.

Chief secretaries, DGPs named for Telangana and residual AP

A day ahead of the separate Telangana state coming into existence, chief secretaries and DGPs have been appointed for Telangana and residual Andhra Pradesh on Sunday.

Telangana is born as 29th state, KCR becomes first chief minister

Turning the clock back 57 years when Telugu-speaking Telangana region of Hyderabad was merged with Andhra state in Nov 1956, a new state of Telangana came into being, capping numerous struggles for statehood. Full Coverage | Telangana timeline
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