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on 2011/6/4 19:48:55

Chakrapani, Vidyasagar elected unanimously

A Chakrapani and Nethi Vidyasagar Rao on Saturday were elected as Chairman and Vice-Chairman of Legislative Council unanimously.

Council Pro-tem Chairman Basava Punnaiah conducted the election.

Their election was a foregone conclusion as no other candidates had filed nominations for the posts. Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and other party leaders congratulated both Dr Chakrapani and Mr Vidyasagar Rao.

Dr Chakrapani had stepped down from the Council Chairman’s post following his term as MLC coming to a close. He was renominated from the Governor’s quota, clearing the decks for his re-election.




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    CM proposes Manohar, Vikramarka to head House, DS skips

    2011/6/3 19:20:56

    Pradesh Congress Committee president D Srinivas was conspicuous by his absence when Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy proposed the names of Nadendla Manohar and Batti Vikramarka as the party nominees for the posts of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the state Assembly.

    Government Whip Kondru Murali seconded the proposal.

    The name of Mr Manohar as Congress nominee for the Speaker’s post was proposed by both the Chief Minister and his Cabinet colleagues, while the name of Mr Vikramarka for the Deputy Speaker’s post was proposed by Mr Kondru Murali and other Ministers.

    The Chief Minister also proposed the name of A Chakrapani and Nethi Vidyasagar Rao for Legislative Council Chairman and Vice-Chairman respectively.

    MLC Indrasena Reddy seconded Dr Chakrapani’s name and Council Whip Shivaram Reddy seconded Mr Vidyasagar Rao’s name.

    Later Mr Manohar and Mr Vikramarka submitted their nominations for the Speaker and Deputy Speaker posts respectively to Secretary of the state Legislature A Raja Sadaram.

    Similarly, Dr A Chakrapani and Nethi Vidyasagar Rao submitted their nominations for Council Chairman and Vice-Chairman posts respectively.

    Ministers Dharmanna Prasad Rao, Sailajanath, D Manikya Vara Prasad Rao, Danam Nagender, DK Aruna, Sunitha Lakshma reddy, Anam Ramnarayana Reddy, Botsa Satyanarayana, Pithani Satyanarayana Rao, Vatti Vasanth Kumar, Erasu Prathap Reddy, K Balraju, Basavaraju Saraiah, Praja Rajyam Party president K Chiranjeevi and AIMIM MLA Syed Pasha Quadri were present.

    Later, the Congress Ministers proceeded to the Praja Rajyam Legislature Office seeking the PRP’s support for the elections and the No Confidence Motion.

    Andhra News : CM proposes Manohar, Vikramarka to head House, DS skips


    D.Suresh babu is new Prez. of Film Chamber

    2011/8/1 3:50:07 Noted Tollywood producer D.Suresh has been unanimously elected as the new president of AP Film Chamber of Commerce in the elections conducted by its members at APFCC office on Sunday. Dil Raju (V.Venkata Ramana Reddy), Sunil Narang and SVV Subrahmanyam were elected as Vice Presidents. K.Ashok Kumar and M.Ramesh were elected as Gen.Secretaries of the Chamber. PV Ravi Kishore was elected as the treasurer.

    V.Srinivas, M.Ramdas, B.Venkateswara Rao, B.Sanjeeva Rao, V.Veeri Naidu and P.Sambhasiva Reddy were elected as joint secretaries of the Chamber.

    Natti Kumar was elected as the president for its producers wing, D.Vishnu Murthy as president for its distributors wing and VC Harinath Reddy elected as president of exhibitors wing of Film Chamber.

    Later, addressing the members the new president of Film Chamber D.Suresh Babu has said there were several problems need to be resolved in the industry. He will try to resolve all those problems with the help of his new team.

    Telugu Cinema News : D.Suresh babu is new Prez. of Film Chamber


    Chakrapani jumps from Jagan camp to TDP

    2011/10/7 14:02:05 YSR Congress Party president YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Friday received a major jolt with one of its prominent leader from Kurnool district joining the Telugu Desam Party.

    Condemning Jagan's style of functioning, senior politician Shilpa Chakrapani Reddy raised a banner of revolt and joined the TDP at NTR Trust Bhavan in the presence of its president N Chandrababu Naidu. Admitting Chakrapani Reddy in the party, Naidu reportedly assured him that he would be given ticket from Srisailum Assembly constituency in the next elections.

    Talking to media persons, Chakrapani Reddy said that he quit YSR Congress party as he was not happy with Jagan Mohan Reddy’s style of functioning. “There is no freedom in the YSR Congress," he stated.

    Shilpa Chakrapani Reddy is the brother of Shilpa Mohan Reddy, a former minister and Congress leader from Kurnool district.

    Meanwhile, TDP leader from Kurnool district Baireddy Rajasekhar Reddy alleged that the Congress and YSR Congress party have come to a secret understanding to politically eliminate TDP in the state. He said that Jaganmohan Reddy would merge his party in Congress soon on the lines of Praja Rajyam party chief K Chiranjeevi. (INN)

    Andhra News : Chakrapani jumps from Jagan camp to TDP


    Botsa likely Dy Speaker, Chakrapani to head Council

    2011/6/2 15:52:57 Pradesh Congress Committee president D Srinivas on Thursday directed all the MLAs and Council Members of the Party to attend the two-day Session of the Legislature to be convened on June 4.

    According to sources, the PCC chief directed all members to attend the Legislature meeting at 12 to discuss the election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker posts.

    The meeting will also elect the Legislative Council Chairman in the evening session.

    Meanwhile, the state government issued notification for the election of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker.

    Earlier, since the appointment of Kiran Kumar Reddy as Chief Minister, Deputy Speaker Nadendla Manohar has been discharging responsibilities as Speaker of Assembly.

    According to relevant sources, Deputy Speaker Nadendla Manohar will be elected as Speaker and Minister for Legislative Affairs D Sridhar Babu will be elected as Deputy Speaker. Sources say that Deputy Speaker Nadendla Manohar has already submitted his resignation from his post, thus paving the way for elevation to the Speaker’s post.

    Mr Sridhar Babu has reportedly called other party leaders seeking support for his candidature for the Deputy Speaker post.

    In this regard, Mr Sridhar Babu is likely to meet Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday evening, seeking his support for his candidature.

    Meanwhile, Dr A Chakrapani is likely to be re-elected as the Legislative Council Chairman. Sources say that the above names have the Congress High Command’s blessings

    Andhra News : Botsa likely Dy Speaker, Chakrapani to head Council


    Sridhar Babu likely Dy Speaker, Chakrapani to head Council

    2011/6/2 20:07:47

    Pradesh Congress Committee president D Srinivas on Thursday directed all the MLAs and Council Members of the Party to attend the two-day Session of the Legislature to be convened on June 4.

    According to sources, the PCC chief directed all members to attend the Legislature meeting at 12 to discuss the election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker posts.

    The meeting will also elect the Legislative Council Chairman in the evening session.

    Meanwhile, the state government issued notification for the election of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker.

    Earlier, since the appointment of Kiran Kumar Reddy as Chief Minister, Deputy Speaker Nadendla Manohar has been discharging responsibilities as Speaker of Assembly.

    According to relevant sources, Deputy Speaker Nadendla Manohar will be elected as Speaker and Minister for Legislative Affairs D Sridhar Babu will be elected as Deputy Speaker. Sources say that Deputy Speaker Nadendla Manohar has already submitted his resignation from his post, thus paving the way for elevation to the Speaker’s post.

    Mr Sridhar Babu has reportedly called other party leaders seeking support for his candidature for the Deputy Speaker post.

    In this regard, Mr Sridhar Babu is likely to meet Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday evening, seeking his support for his candidature.

    Meanwhile, Dr A Chakrapani is likely to be re-elected as the Legislative Council Chairman. Sources say that the above names have the Congress High Command’s blessings.

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    Vijayamma sworn in MLA, Jagan group indicates rethink on No Trust

    2011/6/3 13:40:40

    Pulivendula MLA YS Vijayalakshmi was sworn in by Pro-tem Assembly Speaker JC Diwakar Reddy on Friday on the Assembly premises after she was re-elected with a thumping majority on the YSR Congress Party ticket.

    The brief ceremony was attended by MP-elect and her son YS Jaganmohan Reddy, MP Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy, MLAs Konda Surekha, Jayasudha, Shobha Nagireddy, K Srinivas, Dwarampudi Chandrasekhar, Dharmanna Krishnadas, Bharathi, Adinarayana Reddy and Golla Babu Rao. MLCs Pulla Padmavathi and Konda Murali were also present.

    After the ceremony, MLA Adinarayana Reddy stated that the Speaker should be unanimously elected to his post as per the tradition. “It is a tradition not to field any candidate for the Speaker and Legislative Council Chairman’s post. Both the posts should be elected unanimously without any competition,” he stated.

    Mr Adinarayana Reddy’s statement assumes importance in the wake of TDP announcing plans that it would field its own candidate KE Krishna Murthy to Speaker’s post.

    When asked about party’s stand on the No Confidence Motion to be introduced by the Telugu Desam Party, Mr Adinarayana Reddy stated that the party would take a decision at an appropriate time.

    “The notice to introduce the Motion given by the TDP has many lapses. We will have to study it thoroughly. If need be, we will have to reconsider our decision of supporting the No Confidence Motion,” he said.

    Andhra News : Vijayamma sworn in MLA, Jagan group indicates rethink on No Trust


    Elect heads, deputies as per tradition: Sridhar’s plea

    2011/6/3 14:08:20 In the wake of the Telugu Desam Party announcing its own candidates for the Speaker and his Deputy’s posts, Legislative Affairs Minister D Sridhar Babu on Friday appealed to all parties to follow the tradition and ensure that the Heads of the two Houses of the state Legislature be elected unanimously.

    Talking to media persons at Assembly premises, Mr Sridhar Babu appealed to the Legislators to elect the Speaker, Deputy Speaker, Legislative Council Chairman and Deputy Chairman unanimously and thereby respect the tradition of the House.

    The Legislative Affairs Minister sought the support and cooperation of all elected representatives in this regard so that the elections to the important posts could be conducted without acrimony.

    Responding to the introduction of No Confidence Motion by the Telugu Desam Party against the N Kiran Kumar Reddy government on the farmers’ issues, Mr Sridhar Babu stated that the Opposition has the every right to introduce the Motion.

    However, he exuded confidence that the No Trust Motion would be defeated convincingly.

    Andhra News : Elect heads, deputies as per tradition: Sridhar’s plea


    Babu elected chief for a seventh term

    2007/5/31 8:08:00

    It was a mere formality and a foregone conclusion. Nara Chandra Babu Naidu was unanimously elected President of the Telugu Desam Party for the seventh time at the silver jubilee of the TDP at Tirupathi. Chandra Babu said that he would strive for the welfare of the poor and the downtrodden for the rest of his life. He also said that his goal in life is to secure a place in the hearts of the people like his father-in-law NT Rama Rao.

    Andhra News : Babu elected chief for a seventh term


    Mahabubnagar Red Cross society members elected

    2011/7/25 19:01:48 The governing body of Mahabubnagar District Indian Red Cross society has been elected unanimously under the Chairmanship of district Collector M Purushotham Reddy on Sunday evening.

    A press statement issued by district Collector on Monday stated that the newly elected governing body members have been named as Anantha Reddy, A Nataraj, Nagendra Swamy, Md Amar, Mamidipally Bheemreddy, P Laxman, Manohare Reddy Jayaraju, M Laxman, and P Yadaiah Gupta.

    The Collector, soon after the elections, congratulated the members and requested them to work hard to bring good name to the District Red Cross.

    He hoped the new committee would make special efforts to organize more blood donation camps and health camps for the benefit of poor people.

    On the occasion, Red Cross Secretary Khaja Qutubuddin and Ananta Reddy were present.(INN)

    Andhra News : Mahabubnagar Red Cross society members elected


    Nagababu elected president of MAA

    2006/10/6 17:51:13

    Popular producer K Nagendra Babu who gave a recent blockbuster like 'Stalin' has been elected as president of Movie Artistes Association (MAA) unanimously for the year 2006-08. So far, he was its vice-president. Though he was a big producer and the brother of Mega Star Chiranjeevi, he has a down-to-earth personality and had concern over the fellow film workers. Moreover, one had to accept the fact that he had a good taste in films. The films produced by him like 'Rudraveena' and 'Stalin' prove his taste as producer and the characters he played in different films also prove it. Let the film industry prosper under his able leadership.

    Telugu Cinema News : Nagababu elected president of MAA


    DS elected unopposed as MLC

    2011/10/27 17:37:37 Former Pradesh Congress President Dharampuri Srinivas has been elected unopposed as the member of the Legislative Council.

    Since D Srinivas was the lone candidate for the MLC elections for the vacant seat, he was declared elected by Assembly Secretary Raja Sadaram on Thursday. He was also awarded the certificate of his election as MLC. Later, Legislative Council chairman Dr A Chakrapani administered the oath of office and secrecy to Srinivas.

    Talking to media persons, Srinivas said that he would continue to work as a loyal worker of the Congress party. Regarding Telangana issue, he said that he never changed his stand on the issue and still favours statehood for the region. However, he said that the issue should not create rift between the Telugu speaking people and the process of separation should be amicable and peaceful.

    Srinivas also denied reports that he was nominated for the post because of Telangana issue. He said that the Congress party has always recognised the services of loyal workers and he was glad his service got recognition. He said he got the MLC only after it fell vacant due to the resignation of Dr K Rosaiah after his elevation to the post of Governor of Tamil Nadu. He claimed that he never aspired for any posts and always discharged the responsibilities assigned to him by the party.

    Several ministers including K Jana Reddy, D Sreedhar Babu, B Saraiah and Sunita Laxma Reddy, MP Madhu Yashki Goud, MLAs Gade Venkat Reddy, JC Diwakar Reddy, Nandishwar Goud and Anil Kumar were present on the occasion. (INN)

    Andhra News : DS elected unopposed as MLC


    Siva Rama Krishna is the new TFPC chief

    2011/8/28 18:42:02 Boorugupalli Siva Rama Krishna has been elected as the president of the Telugu Film Producers’ Council.

    In the elections held for the council’s office-bearers here on Sunday, Sravanthi Ravi Kishore and C V Reddy were elected as vice-presidents. While Prasanna Kumar and KV Rao were elected as Secretaries, Shekhar babu was elected as the council’s Treasurer.

    P Kesava rao and Mohan Vadlapatta were elected as Joint Secretaries.These office-bearers would continue in their posts till 2013. (INN)

    Andhra News : Siva Rama Krishna is the new TFPC chief


    Tulasi flays BJP’s double speak on T

    2011/7/27 20:49:29 Chairman, 20-Point Programme N Tulasi Reddy on Wednesday quoted Bharatiya Janata Party leader LK Advani’s words made in 2000 that people had supported, with one voice, the declaration of Chhattisgarh, Uttaranchal and Jharkhand states and said that this is not the case in Andhra Pradesh presently.

    Speaking to media persons at the Secretariat on Wednesday, Mr Tulasi Reddy ridiculed the current BJP leaders' assurance that separate Telangana state would be possible when their party came to power.

    “During their 5-year rule from 1999 to 2004, the BJP did not make any such attempt and now it was promising a separate state,” Dr Tulasi Reddy said.

    BJP leader and former Union Home Minister L K Advani himself categorically stated here on September 21, 2000 at a meeting organised by the National Industrial Security Academy, that UP, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar Assemblies had unanimously passed resolutions and decided for the formation of smaller states of Uttaranchal, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, said Dr Tulasi Reddy.

    “Former Union Minister of State for Home Ch Vidyasagar Rao had also said on September 20, 2000 that division of Telugu people was impossible. there was lot of difference between the Telangana movement started 30 years ago and now, Mr Vidyasagar Rao had said in 2000,” the Congress leader pointed out and added that merely for political mileage, the separate Telangana issue was being raised.

    “Because of such double standards adopted by the BJP, it lost the confidence of the people,” the 20-Point Economic Programme chief said.(INN)

    Andhra News : Tulasi flays BJP’s double speak on T


    BJP demands Pawan Kalyan’s arrest

    2008/5/5 12:03:49

    The long drawn out bigamy case filed by Nandini, first wife of Pawan Kalyan took a political turn the other day. The case has been going on for over a year now. Nandini found unexpected support from the Bharatiya Janata Party. The senior BJP leader K Vidyasagar Rao said that the police have failed to do their duty by not arresting Pawan Kalyan based on prima facie evidence.

    Vidyasagar Rao said that despite having all evidence with her, Nandini is still fighting for justice. The BJP leader also felt that there was a need to mend the criminal code procedure so that the police can take quick action. Vidyasagar Rao said that the incidence of bigamy was growing up day by day and a suitable amendment to the law was needed to protect unfortunate victims like Nandini.

    Andhra News : BJP demands Pawan Kalyan’s arrest


    MS Reddy elected Film Chamber president

    2007/7/3 8:33:58
    MS Reddy has been elected as president of the Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Film and Commerce.

    D Suresh Babu, Amaranth, M Krishnachand have been elected vice-presidents and B Sivaramkrishna and M Venkateswara Rao have been elected as general secretaries and Ashok Kumar, Maheswar Reddy and Murali Mohan as joint secretaries. Sravanthi Ravikishorr will be the treasurer. C Kalyan is the chairman of the producer sector council

    Telugu Cinema News : MS Reddy elected Film Chamber president


    Vijayamma as Honorary Prez to YSRC party

    2011/5/27 21:09:15 YSR Congress party has unanimously elected its Pulivendhula MLA YS. Viajaya Lakshmi as party’s honorary president. The party also constituted an ad-hoc committee comprising 22 members including YS.Jagan Mohan Reddy as its Chairman. Hence, all the Jagan Fans Associations are dissolved with immediate affect, said Jupudi Prabhakar Rao.

    He said that, the Ad-hoc committees are constituted on temporary basis to complete the internal process of the party and to face the forthcoming local-body elections. The 3days plenary meetings of the party will be held at Idupulapaya from 8th of July. Then, the party will form full fledged and permanent committees for all its wings. He said, if Nagam Janardhan Reddy want to join their party they welcome him.

    Andhra News : Vijayamma as Honorary Prez to YSRC party


    FAPCCI gets new head, deputy

    2011/6/15 19:28:39 VS Raju, a leading advocate in Corporate Law, was unanimously elected as President of FAPCCI for 2011-2012 at its 94th Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday.

    Mr VS Raju worked in various capacities in the Department of Company Affairs

    Govt. of India for more than two decades.

    He was the Registrar of Companies, Andhra

    Pradesh and Karnataka, and the Under Secretary and Deputy Secretary to Govt. of India in the then Department of Company Affairs, New Delhi.

    He took voluntary retirement from service in August, 1988. Since then he has

    been practicing Law as an Advocate before the Andhra Pradesh High Court,

    Hyderabad, mostly dealing with Companies Act, Foreign Exchange Management

    Regulation Act, Security Contracts Regulation Act, SEBI Act, Consumer Protection Act

    and other Corporate Laws and department of Company Affaires.

    He is Adviser to several Companies especially in the matter of Company Law, and

    advises various corporate bodies on matters relating to public issues, SEBI Guidelines

    and other Corporate Laws.

    He is Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of JOCIL Ltd, Director in

    Andhra Sugars Ltd, Gangavaram Port Ltd etc.

    He has been associated with FAPCCI since 1977 when he was the Registrar of Companies, AP, Hyderabad and became Member of the Managing Committee, and Chairman of Company Law and Capital Market Committee of FAPCCI since 1991.

    He was nominated by SEBI as Public Representative to the Governing Board of Directors of Hyderabad Stock Exchange for a period1997-2000.

    He was Vice-President of FAPCCI for the year 2009-2010 and Sr. Vice President

    for the year 2010-2011.

    Mr. Devendra Surana, a renowned Industrialist, Managing Director, Bhagyanagar

    India Limited and Director – Surana Ventures Limited is unanimously elected as Senior

    Vice President of FAPCCI for 2011-2012. Surana Group of Companies, having a 350

    Crore Turnover, manufactures of Solar Photovoltaic Panels, Auto Electricals, Wind

    Power – 10.25 MW AND Copper Products.

    He is completed BE (Mechanical) from Osmania University (EMCET Entrance

    Rank – 28) and MBA (PGDM) from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (Chosen

    as the Brain of the Batch).

    He has presented papers and lectures at various colleges and

    institutes of repute like Institute of Public Enterprise, Osmania University, FAPCCI etc.(INN)

    Andhra News : FAPCCI gets new head, deputy


    BJP slams Chidambaram on 'T' statement

    2011/11/2 13:18:23 Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Ch Vidyasagar Rao on Wednesday accused Union Home Minister P Chidambaram of trying to buy time to delay the decision on Telangana state.

    Referring to Chidambaram's recent statement that there would be some movement on Telangana decision after Eid, the BJP leader said that the Union Minister and other spokespersons was making irrelevant statements without making their party's stand clear on the issue. He said that these 'unnecessary' statements would frustrate the Telangana people and asked him to not test their patience.

    Vidyasagar Rao demanded that the Centre introduces Telangana Bill in the winter session of parliament under Article 3 of the Constitution. He reiterated that the BJP leaders would help the government to pass the bill without causing any embarrassment to government.

    The BJP leader also advised Governor ESL Narasimhan to stop sending wrong reports to Centre over the situation in the Telangana region. “The governor should act responsibly and help the Centre to take a decision on Telangana by sending factual report on situation in the region,” he stated.

    Vidyasagar Rao also appealed to the state government to take steps for welfare of farmers in the Telangana region, especially those who were affected due to drought and frequent power cuts. He demanded that the government waive interest of farmers on crop loans and reschedule them considering their pathetic situation. (INN)

    Andhra News : BJP slams Chidambaram on 'T' statement


    CM not to draw salary till he is elected MLA:Uttarakhand

    2012/4/1 19:54:53 Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Vijay Bahuguna said today that he would not draw his own salary and other allowances till he was elected to the Legislative Assembly.

    He told reporters here after allocating portfolios to his ministers"I will not draw my salary and allowances till I am elected as an MLA," .

    Bahuguna, sworn-in as chief minister on March 13, did not elaborate from where he would contest the election.

    National News : CM not to draw salary till he is elected MLA:Uttarakhand


    Line clear for Jagan’s new party

    2011/2/16 6:02:24
    The last obstacle in launching Jagan’s new political party was removed with the agreement of Siva Kumar who registered ‘YSR Congress party’ for himself with Election Commission, New Delhi, to transfer all the rights of his party in favor of YS.Jagan Mohan Reddy.

    The office bearers of YSR Congress party who holds a meeting chaired by their president Shiva Kumar, have unanimously passed a resolution to change their president of the party and elected YS Jagan Mohan Reddy as their new president, thus enabling Jagan to claim the rights over the party.

    A letter signed by the office bearers of YSR Congress party in this regard has been submitted to Election Commission on yesterday. EC has declared that, now Jagan is entitled to announce his party name officially.

    Andhra News : Line clear for Jagan’s new party


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