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A State with a Vision

  Today the Governor of AP has addressed the state legislature’s joint session. He unveiled the vision of the state government in a comprehensive manner. He touched upon almost every aspect that engaged the attention of the government in the last 9 months. The speech of the Governor not only narrated what the government has […]

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Our First 100 Days

  We were quiet. That’s what we were on the day we completed our 100 days in office. While we were quiet, our actions were loud. On the 16th of this month the government of Andhra Pradesh under the leadership of Sri Chandrababu Naidu completed 100 days in office. We didn’t buy space and time […]

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This is how they passed Telangana Bill

The way Telangana Bill was introduced and passed in the Lok Sabha is an outcome of the unholy ganging up of the Government and the principal opposition. It was against all norms of parliamentary democracy. Visitors’ galleries were cleared, live telecast of the proceedings was interrupted, and only two members spoke – one from the […]

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The Quiet Subversive

Post by Parakala Prabhakar.

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Andhra Pradesh Division: Chances Are Slim

In this interview to Gemini News, I discuss why the chances of division of Andhra Pradesh are very slim.  

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Corruption in India’s Elections

Sometime ago I spoke on corruption, electoral malpractices, and the need to change the electoral system at a CII conference. This is a part of the talk recorded by the Hybiz Tv.

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Politics of Bharat Ratna

This @PTI_News tweet captures the subtle pecking order of Bharat Ratnas in the public mind: “Professor CNR Rao also awarded Bharat Ratna”. It meant that along with Sachin Tendulkar, Rao also was given our Republic’s highest civilian award. While Sachin may have deserved the award, Rao surely did not deserve the also. Coming as it […]

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Is it Telugu Vs Telugu?

I participated in a discussion on CNN-IBN which posed the question whether it is Telugu Vs Telugu in the unfolding drama of the Centre’s move to divide the state of Andhra Pradesh? I argued that it is not Telugu Vs Telugu but it is Integrationists Vs Separatists.        

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Tadepalligudem Public Meeting Photos

A huge public meeting was held on 21/09/2013 in Tadepalligudem to protest against the move to divide the state. I addressed the gathering. Some pictures of the meeting.  

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Tadepalligudem Public Meeting Video

On 21 September 2013 a huge public meeting was held in Tadepalligudem to protest against the move to divide Andhra Pradesh. This is a video recording of my address to the gathering.  

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