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on 2007/11/20 12:21:08

TDP bandh tomorrow

After staging a sit in the Assembly premises last night, the TDP has now decided to take the agitation on to the streets. The TDP has backed the agitation call given by Raithu Porata Samithi. The party will observe a state wide bandh on Wednesday to protest against the paltry hike of 50 rupees in MSP. The TDP wants the government to immediately announce 1,000 rupees as MSP for paddy.






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    Telangana bandh tomorrow

    2011/7/21 13:31:30 The T JAC has given a bandh call for Telangana on Friday in protest against the denial for permission to conduct a procession to pay tributes Telangana martyrs and for the Government’s decision not to allow its employees to go on strike for Telangana cause. TRS president K.Chandrashekar Rao has appealed the people to support the bandh tomorrow.

    Andhra News : Telangana bandh tomorrow


    TDP and TRS join hands!

    2008/6/4 18:25:27 Now don't get mislead by the heading. The TDP and TRS are not entering into an electoral alliance. The two parties have given a bandh call in protest against the hike in price of petro, diesel and cooking gas.

    The TDP gave a bandh call for June 6. The TRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao also gave a bandh call for the same day, after he announced that he was taking back his resignation.

    While the TRS will observe a bandh in Telangana, the TDP will observe a bandh all over the state. It now remains to be seen if the TRS and TDP will enforce the bandh together in the Telangana areas.

    The BJP to has given a bandh call on June 6. But the BJP has made it clear that their bandh would be enforced separately and they will not have any sort of coordination with the TDP.

    Andhra News : TDP and TRS join hands!


    Mixed response to bandh

    2007/11/21 18:05:51 The bandh call given by the farmer associations received mixed respnse. Political parties like the TDP, BJP, Communists and others backed the bandh. RTC buses were off the roads in many districts. While the bandh had a poor impact in the twin cities, in some districts, business and transport came to a stand still. The bandh call was given to demand MSP for paddy.

    Andhra News : Mixed response to bandh


    Bandh hits Premabhishekam

    2008/3/14 20:26:51

    The BJP sponsored bandh in the Telangana districts has affected the release of Venu Madhav's new film Premabhishekam' with a tagline 'Veediki Cancer Leedu'. Venu Madhv is also the producer of the film. He is playing the title role and the film is an all out comedy.

    The film did not release due to the bandh. The film may hit the screen for the first show in the evening but it will be released at all places only tomorrow.

    Andhra News : Bandh hits Premabhishekam


    CK Babu survives yet another attack, TDP blamed

    2007/12/31 13:52:13 The former congress party MLA from Chittoor, C K Babu survived yet another murder attack on him. C K Babu was going in his car when a powerful bomb placed in a drainage exploded. The bomb was exploded using a remote control device.

    A bodyguard of C K Babu died in the bomb blast. This is the sixth attack on Babu by his rivals. Babu is now undergoing treatment at a hospital and is reportedly out of danger. The bomb attack took place this morning at the Kattamanchi area in Chittoor.

    The followers of Babu blamed the TDP for the attack. A two-day bandh has been called for. While shops and establishment have been closed today, the flowers o Babu have given a bandh call for tomorrow i.e. 1st of January in Chittoor and some surrounding areas.

    Andhra News : CK Babu survives yet another attack, TDP blamed


    KCR now says 'Please', 'Please'!

    2011/9/30 2:59:39

    KCR is known to be rude and extremely arrogant and always gets his way. The people however shocked and surprised when KCR was seen literally begging the people in the twin cities to make the bandh a success.

    The people and traders are fed up with bandhs and reports say that there is stiff resistance to the bandh call. KCR hs even promised that there will be no more bandhs and hence wants people to make today’s bandh a success.

    Ice 'n' Spice - Politics : KCR now says 'Please', 'Please'!


    T-JAC's Mahaboobnagar bandh peaceful

    2011/10/14 6:25:17

    All commercial establishments and services in Mahabubnagar district have remained shut on Friday following a bandh call given by the district Telangana Joint Action Committee.

    The JAC has given a call for bandh call demanding lifting of cases booked against those participating agitations in connection with the on-going Sakala Janula Samme demanding statehood for Telangana region. The JAC has also demanded immediate release of Telangana activists from the districts who were arrested by the police.

    Besides commercial establishments, all educational institutions and petrol bunks too remained closed on Friday. However, the general traffic was not affected due to the bandh. Meanwhile, the Yoga Samithi and Palamulu Walker took out a rally demanding withdrawal of cases booked against Telangana activists.

    Police have intensified the security in the entire districts in view of the bandh. (INN)

    Andhra News : T-JAC's Mahaboobnagar bandh peaceful


    Hyderabad Bandh on Friday

    2011/9/29 15:05:58
    The Telangana Political Joint Action Committee has called for Hyderabad Bandh on Friday as part of Sakala Janula Samme, or the people's general strike, demanding statehood for Telangana region.

    The City Police has made elaborate security arrangements to ensure that the law and order is maintained. Police Commissioner AK Khan warned of serious action if anyone indulged in violence.

    Director General of Police V Dinesh Reddy has asked the people of the twin cities not to be apprehensive of Hyderabad Bandh.

    Talking to media persons after inaugurating a newly constructed building for Musheerabad police station, the DGP said the police department has taken all measures to ensure that the bandh remains peaceful. He recalled that the general strike observed by employees has not witnessed any untoward incidents so far in 10 Telangana districts.

    Dinesh Reddy also warned of stringent action against anti-social elements who want to destroy properties during the bandh.

    Meanwhile, the South Central Railway has cancelled all MMTS following Hyderabad bandh call from 6 am to 12 pm between Secunderabad-Faluknama and Secunderabad-Lingampally and in other routes. (INN)

    Andhra News : Hyderabad Bandh on Friday


    KCR calls for Telangana bandh over petro hike

    2008/6/4 14:19:25 The back in the saddle TRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao has given a bandh call in protest against the hike in petro, diesel and cooking gas prices. The union cabinet hiked the prices of Petrol by 5 rupees a litre, Diesel by 3 rupees a litre and cooking gas by 50 rupees a cylinder.
    KCR asked the people of Telangana to observe a bandh in Telangana over the petro hike on June 6.

    Andhra News : KCR calls for Telangana bandh over petro hike


    State funeral tomorrow

    2007/12/28 12:44:41 The last rites of P Janardhan Reddy will be held tomorrow. A big stream of visors is now thronging his residence at Khairatabad. There is a long queue of mourners and the police are finding it difficult to regulate the crowd.

    With the number of mourners swelling by the hour, the body of PJR has now been shifted outside the house to enable more people to pay their homage.

    PJR’s body will be kept at Gandhi Bhavan for some time tomorrow and later the funeral will be held at the Amberpet crematorium tomorrow. PJR will be given a state funeral keeping in mind his status as an ex-minister.

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    Auto bandh postponed to Sept 24

    2011/9/18 12:50:45 The proposed 48-hour long auto-rickshaw bandh from Sunday midnight has been deferred to September 24 (Friday).

    Addressing a press conference at Telangana Bhavan here on Sunday, TRS Labour wing president L Roop Singh said that the bandh was postponed in view of RTC employees participating in the general strike from Monday onwards. He said that since examinations are going on in several schools and colleges, the student community would face lot of hardship of both the RTC buses and auto-rickshaws goes off the road. Therefore, the 48-hour bandh will now start from September 24 midnight.

    Roop Singh said that thousands of auto-rickshaw drivers would participate in rallies and dharnas on September 24 demanding statehood for Telangana. An auto-rickshaw rally will be organised on September 25 which will culminate into a public meeting. (INN)

    Andhra News : Auto bandh postponed to Sept 24


    No permission for Yadireddy’s funeral procession, TPJAC calls for bandh on 22Jul

    2011/7/21 16:56:19 Telangana Political Joint Action Committee has called for Telangana Bandh on July 22, ”for violation of Telangana Martyrs rights and for imposing Essential Services Maintenance Act on the Telangana employees, who are going for strike from August 1.”

    According a statement released to media, the TPJAC called for Telangana Bandh in protest against government fascist attitude and for violating the employees’ rights.

    The TPJAC’s allegation that the government has violated the rights of Telangana Martyrs came in light of reports that the state government has refused permission to take the body of Yadireddy, who committed suicide for the cause of Telangana in New Delhi, in a procession in Hyderabad.

    The statement said that Telangana Rashtra Samiti, Telangana Congress, Telugu Desam Telangana Forum, Telangana People’s Front and breakaway group of Telugu Desam headed by Nagam Janardhan Reddy have extended full support to the Telangana Bandh.

    The TPJAC called upon students, employees and Telangana activists to participate actively in the bandh and make it a grand success.(INN)

    Andhra News : No permission for Yadireddy’s funeral procession, TPJAC calls for bandh on 22Jul


    T students to go ahead with bandh

    2011/8/9 16:11:06 Osmania University Students Joint Action Committee on Tuesday stated that they would go ahead with their Telangana Bandh on August 10 despite Prime Minister Manmohan Singh discussing the demand of deleting the controversial Clause 14 F at a meeting of the Cabinet Sub-Committee on Political Affairs.

    Osmania University Students Joint Action Committee president Pidamarthi Ravi said the JAC would observe Telangana Bandh on August 10 until the President gives her assent to the demand.

    Mr Ravi told media persons that the JAC would withdraw the Telangana bandh call when the President’s Office makes an official announcement in this regard.

    He called upon all college students to actively participate in the bandh and make it a grand success.

    Meanwhile the Jai Andhra Agitation Committee convener Sunkara Krishna Murthy condemned reports that the Centre has agreed to the demand of deleting the controversial clause and said it would cause great injustice to Seemandhra people.

    Mr Krishna Murthy termed the Centre’s decision as unwarranted and hasty and called for a Seemandhra bandh on Wednesday.

    He called upon all university students in Seemandhra regions to make bandh a grand success.

    However, a formal announcement is yet to emerge from the Centre that it has agreed to recommend the deletion of the controversial clause to the President.(INN)

    Andhra News : T students to go ahead with bandh


    Local Trains won't ply in Hyd from today mid-night

    2011/7/4 14:44:44

    Keeping in view of bandh call given TJAC the south central railway officials have decided to stop all the MMTS train services in twin cities from today mid-night to tomorrow afternoon. If, the situation turns worse local trains may not run until safety for trains and passengers is assured.

    Andhra News : Local Trains won't ply in Hyd from today mid-night


    Auto rikshaws too joins T bandh

    2011/9/17 14:36:57 All auto-rickshaws in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad will go off the roads from Sunday midnight.

    Protesting against the increase in petrol prices and also to express solidarity with the employees’ general strike, the Telangana Auto Workers Joint Action Committee have called for 48 hours `Auto Bandh’ from September 18 midnight. Talking to media persons at Telangana Bhavan, TRS labour wing president L Roop Singh said the JAC has unanimously taken a decision to observe 48 hour Auto Bandh.

    Roop Singh called upon the auto drivers in other Telangana districts to participate widely in bandh expressing solidarity to Telangana agitation. He appealed to transport authorities to increase the minimum fares of auto to Rs 20 and per kilometer as Rs 10.

    If the government failed to take decision favourably on their demand, the auto drivers would intensify their agitation, he said. The drivers of goods and transport auto-rickshaws would also participate in the bandh.

    Meanwhile, the state government is trying to make alternative arrangements in view of the auto bandh. (INN)

    Andhra News : Auto rikshaws too joins T bandh


    Film shootings halts again?

    2011/2/22 4:31:09
    The two day bandh call given by Telangana political JAC for Telangana bandh proved to be a deadly blow for the beleaguered film industry, which suffered a set back with internal strikes until last few weeks ago. All the small and big film shootings came to a grinding halt in the twin cities.

    Especially, the much awaited Jr.NTR’s ‘Shakti’ and Pawan Kalyan’s ‘Teen Maar’ which are nearing its completion has to stop its works due to this two day bandh. Tollywood film producer’s council has decided to halt all the film shootings during these two days to avert untoward incidents. This bandh call also effects the operations of film Labs and dubbing studios. Movie lovers express their grief over these inevitable developments, which they fear may result in delay of their beloved hero’s films releases.

    Telugu Cinema News : Film shootings halts again?


    Educational institutes comply with SA bandh call

    2011/7/12 9:32:08 Following a call by the Samaikhya Andhra Students Joint Action Committee to extend solidarity with the Integrated Andhra Pradesh demand, all educational institutions in Chittoor district remained closed on Tuesday.

    All educational institutes, including colleges affiliated to the Sri Venkateswara University and private schools were closed voluntarily in response to the bandh call. The Samaikhya Andhra Students Joint Action Committee is opposing the division of state.

    Students took out rallies and staged dharnas across the district, boycotting classes. The SASJAC leaders said that the rallies by the students and the response to the bandh were voluntary.

    They added that the protests against bifurcation of state would be intensified in the region until the Centre drops the move altogether.

    The JAC members also warned that they would picket the residences of MPs if they failed to resign from their posts on the lines of Telangana MPs, opposing the division of state.

    The JAC leaders stated they would observe a bandh in Chittoor district on Wednesday stressing the integration of state and sought cooperation from all people for the bandh.(INN)

    Andhra News : Educational institutes comply with SA bandh call


    Bandh continues in Telangana

    2011/8/10 6:56:43

    Despite the announcement by the Center of its decision to delete the 14F clause from the Presidential Order, Telangana Students JAC leaders supported by TRS, TTDP and ‘T’ Government employees have preferred to go ahead with their Telangana bandh on Wednesday. They said they will not believe the paper statements of the politicians in this regard instead they need Presidential orders abolishing the 14F clause. Otherwise, the bandh will be observed and they will not allow the Government to conduct the SI Exams scheduled for 13th of August.

    On the other hand TRS president K.Chandrashekar Rao’s daughter Kavita has asked the pro Samaikyandhra people to quit the Telangana if they don’t want to support Telangana agitations. She has also released a poster in this regard.

    TRS and TTDP leaders have asked the people of Telangana to make the bandh successful and also ask them to participate ‘All people strike’ to be started from 17th of August.

    Andhra News : Bandh continues in Telangana


    Seemandhra students give bandh call for tomorrow

    2010/11/19 15:25:42 Bowing to the pressures of ‘T-JAC’ student’s agitations, Home Minister Sabita Indra Reddy has decided to post pone the written exams of Sub Inspector recruitment. The Government also has approved her decision. While, OU and pro Telangana leaders and people welcome her decision, it ignites fire in the rest of the state. Andhra and Rayalaseema Students JAC and the political leaders have condemned the Government’s decision to post pone the exams and severely criticized for its coward ness. They demand the Home Minister Sabita Intra Reddy to step down. They also gave a call for bandh tomorrow to all the educational institutes in Andhra and Rayalaseema regions, in protest against the Government’s decision.


    Even after having several bitter experiences, it seems the Government doesn’t learn lessons from the past. Can’t our politicians, leaders, Ministers, and of course the concerned officials predict the consequences of their decisions? If can, did they all want to create unrest in the state with their thoughtless decisions? If can’t, why were they paid and enjoying the power?

    Ever since, the Telangana agitation begins the pro Telangana leaders, politicians and parties are virtually running a parallel Government in the state. Every other day they find some reason to create havoc in the capital, yet Government helplessly watches them go wild. The un mindful decisions of the Government turn a powerful weapons for the irresponsible leaders of the state. Either, pro Telangana leaders or leaders of the rest of the state always there in full preparedness to fight out the Government’s any decisions. Hence, the Government should have learnt that before taking any decision it would have guessed the consequences also.


    Now, it’s Andhra and Seema student’s turn to create unrest in the peaceful region. Who should be blamed for these developments?

    Andhra News : Seemandhra students give bandh call for tomorrow


    TSJAC postpones bandh from Aug 5 to 8

    2011/8/3 16:09:02 The Telangana Students Joint Action Committee on Wednesday announced that it has postponed its earlier call of a Telangana bandh from August 5 to August 8.

    The bandh call was in protest against conducting of Sub-Inspectors recruitment examination by the state government without deleting Clause 14 F from the Presidential Orders.

    Students JAC convener G Kishore made the announcement regarding the postponement of the bandh date after discussions with Telangana Political Joint Action Committee Chairman M Kodandaram at state Bharatiya Janata Party Office in Nampally.

    Mr Kishore said that the round-table conference scheduled to be held on August 4 to discuss the controversial clause would now be held on August 5 with all-party leaders.

    He said the students JAC leaders would meet Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on August 6 and submit a memorandum demanding postponement of SIs Recruitment Examination till the deletion of Clause 14 F from the Presidential Orders.

    “If the Chief Minister does not take a favourable decision and goes ahead with SIs recruitment examination, the Students JAC members would go ahead with their Telangana bandh on August 8,” Mr Kishore said.

    "The government should not conduct the examination without deleting the Clause 14 F from the Presidential Order of 1975. If he (the Chief Minister) still wants to go ahead with it, Telangana will witness another shut down on August 8," he warned.

    He appealed to all sections of society to support the bandh on August 8.(INN)

    Andhra News : TSJAC postpones bandh from Aug 5 to 8


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