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The KCR vs CBN battle


By T S Sudhir They are technically next door neighbours but in the convoluted ten-year lease agreement drawn up between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu also is a non-paying guest in Telangana till June 2, 2024. His landlord, K … Continue reading

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Why Jagan and Naidu are Modi-fied


By T S Sudhir Narendra Modi must be smiling. And why not. With Seemandhra’s bitter political rivals Chandrababu Naidu and Jaganmohan Reddy bending over backwards to be in his good books, Modi has good reason to rejoice at his Modi-fied … Continue reading

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What the Andhra results mean for Naidu and Jagan


By T S Sudhir Outside Hyderabad Central in Punjagutta area of Hyderabad, stands a life-size golden hue statue of former chief minister the late Y S Rajasekhara Reddy, waving his hand. Bang opposite at this busy traffic intersection, the Telugu … Continue reading

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Notes from polling day


By T S Sudhir My previous blog that talked about a neck-and-neck fight in Seemandhra with a slight edge to Naidu, exposed me to much abuse from YSR Congress. Not that TDP supporters are any better. You say anything remotely … Continue reading

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BJP unwilling to let Chandrababu Naidu dictate terms


  By T S Sudhir The talks between the BJP and the Telugu Desam for an alliance in both Telangana and Seemandhra have hit a roadblock over the number of seats each partner should contest. The Telangana unit of the … Continue reading

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Decoding Kiran Kumar Reddy’s gameplan


  By T S Sudhir As Kiran Kumar Reddy and the assortment of four ex-Congress MPs and a former state minister joined hands and raised them in the air, one couldn’t help thinking – “How Third Frontish”. After all, this … Continue reading

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Andhra Pradesh political chess championship. Game on.


By T S Sudhir If the exit polls on every television channel are anything to go by, the voters of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Delhi have done the votaries of pro-united Andhra Pradesh a huge favour. Even though the … Continue reading

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