Andhra

  • We'll get rid of Telugu unity, but gently: Narendra Modi

    The Mysore Post |  Kiran Batni
    Explaining that the Indians must be made to "withdraw themselves to a culture of a small piece of land" and become so indebted to the...

  • The ethical hollowness of the idea of small states in India

    The Mysore Post |  Kiran Batni
    The popular understanding among the Indian elite is that states are units created for administrative ease. The big picture is simple: there are these Lords...

  • India's Phailin: System was the hero

    The Straight Drive |  Sriram Balasubramanian
    The nature of being a journalist or columnist is to introspect and look at the 'other side' of any particular situation. As such the loopholes...

  • When your name becomes your worst enemy

    The Other |  Nadim Asrar
    A research officer from the prestigious Tata Institute of Social Sciences was recently harassed in Hyderabad while he worked on a report on terror cases...

  • Whose democracy is it anyway?

    Preeti's Space |  Preeti Singh
    Political 'tu-tu, main-main' or the blame game is omnipresent in our land of the largest democracy. Political parties seem to almost thrive in it. But...

  • Why Congress must worry about Jagan

    A pinch of Salt |  Veeraraghav T M
    The most flabbergasting experience for me in Andhra Pradesh was Chiranjeevi's 2009 election campaign. The crowds would pour over each other to see him, from...

  • Indian doctors, made-in-China

    CHAKRAVIEW |  Sumon K Chakrabarti
    If you have often baulked at the 'Made in China' tag, there's a new product coming your way: Indian doctors. Thousands of made-in-China Indian ...

  • Telangana wants a state, not statues again

    Telangana Tales |  K Kavitha Rao
    It comes as a shock to us that the government of Andhra Pradesh is planning to release Rs 78 lakh to reinstall the statues on...

  • A 'hand'ful of the 'rising sun'

    Preeti's Space |  Preeti Singh
    A huge laminated poster of Andhra Pradesh's favourite megastar Chiranjeevi stares back at me from the corner of a friend's room. The friend, also now...

  • Live by the sword, and die by it

    Preeti's Space |  Preeti Singh
    A faction leader, prime accused in his arch rival's murder & out on conditional bail pays a visit to his lawyer's office. With his usual...

  • The Reddy Republic

    Newsman |  Rajdeep Sardesai
    When Karnataka's infamous Reddy brothers make their Diwali gift list this year, they might consider sending a large present to Congress president Sonia Gandhi. Had...

  • Laila's thunder

    Preeti's Space |  Preeti Singh
    Winds at a speed of 125 kmph, flooding of low-lying areas, immense damage to life and property expected and state administration on high alert. ...