Around 50,000 students from Telangana, currently in their intermediate first year in colleges in Seemandhra cities, are planning a return journey so as to not lose the local status in Eamcet-2014. As per Eamcet rules, students can appear as local candidates only if they complete their intermediate studies in the same state. In Eamcet 2014, […]
Author Archive: P K Surendran
PK Surendran is senior editor at Postnoon.
The leaders of the party and the government — Botsa Satyanarayana and Kiran Kumar Reddy — are on a war path, ready to take on the Centre on Telangana creation. Only, one is not sure if this is a ploy of the Congress strategists to corner the Seemandhra votes at 2014 polls or a mass-backed move born of conviction. This could also be viewed as brinkmanship of two rivals.
Queer is the ways of India’s party politics. Soon after Jaganmohan Reddy’s surprising laudatory remarks about Narendra Modi, his mother and honorary president of YSRC Vijaymma, met the BJP President Rajnath Singh in New Delhi, setting tongues wagging of a possible informal understanding with the saffron party.
A true journalist is a cynic for he lives nearer to the societal gutter than on the lavender hills. Having seen from close quarters the kind of politics played by India’s seminal political party the Congress, I am apt to take its every action with a spoonful of salt.
Hyderabad: There is a deafening silence among all leaders of the society on the hurried manner in which the Union Cabinet rushed through an ordinance to overcome Supreme Court ruling barring convicted MPs, MLAs from contesting elections. But in some quarters in AP, voices of protests have come up. The lone political opposition to the […]
International Day of Democracy passed off yesterday as a non-event in the largest democracy in the world. Why was no political party interested in hailing the day? Ignorance is one plausible answer but the more compelling reason seems to be there is nothing much to talk about the democracy we practise today. If anything, it’s lamentation that one hears from every corner of the country. Today there’s unanimity that we have willingly sunk into the quagmire of dirty party politics in the past 65 years.
The Congress leaders in Seemandhra are running for cover as they face a red-faced electorate who hurl abuses at their netas, asking them what they have been doing all this while? As the glum-faced Seemandhra Congress leaders now see their future bleak if the Telangana State comes into being. People in Rayala-Andhra believe that their […]