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Sonia’s Insult, Reddys’ Revenge, Curse of Andhra: YS Jagan’s Rise is Filmier Than Fiction

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YS Jagan ’s Rise Sometime in mid-2010, Vijayalakshmi, popularly known as Vijayamma, the widow of late Andhra Pradesh chief minister Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy, and her daughter Sharmila Reddy landed in New Delhi from Hyderabad. They directly drove to 10, Janpath, the official residence of Congress president Sonia Gandhi. They were tense. They were expecting a warm welcome at her …

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Why bypoll is critical for the Congress?

Will the ‘Ceiling Fan’ blow away the hidden ‘Hand’? That is what Congressmen in Andhra Pradesh fear — and what Jaganmohan Reddy hopes! Jaganmohan Reddy and his mother, Vijayalaxmi, were both Congress members until they left to found the YSR Congress. That, of course, meant that both the Kadapa Lok Sabha seat held by Reddy and the Pulivendula assembly seat …

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`Wait for 3 years for 30 years of golden era’

PULIVENDULA (KADAPA): After the stormy exit, Jaganmohan Reddy seems to be adopting the slow and steady path for a prolonged political innings in the state. In his maiden speech after resigning from the Congress and Lok Sabha membership on November 29, Jagan told his supporters on Tuesday to be patient for three more years. “Wait for three more years

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Jaganmohan Reddy Resigned

Kadapa:Kadapa MP Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy, son of former Chief Minister Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, has announced his resignation as Member of Parliament from Kadapa constituency and from the Congress party. Jagan’s mother Vijayalakshmi has also resigned as member of the state assembly. As a mark of solidarity, the Kadapa District Congress Committee (DCC) president K. Suresh Babu, and all …

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Demanding united Andhra Pradesh…

KADAPA:Dec14: Activists of Congress and Telugu Desam Party, several organisations, minorities and students took out ‘funeral processions’ of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Union Home Minister P. Chidamabaram and Telangana Rashtra Samiti president K. Chandrasekhar Rao and burnt their effigies before Kadapa Collectorate demanding united Andhra Pradesh. The Collectorate road was packed with large number of protesters and a spate of …

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