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Andhra Pradesh: Against rebel leader Chandra Deo, Congress fields his daughter

In 2014, the YSRCP’s Kothapalli Geetha had won the seat, but she later resigned and floated her own party. In the Assembly elections held simultaneously, of the seven segments falling under the Araku Lok Sabha constituency, the YSRCP had won six and the TDP Parvathipuram.

As Deo targets Rahul advisers, ‘young leader’ blamed in Kerala

His remarks come after some other Congress leaders, including Milind Deora, questioned Rahul’s team of advisers.


‘Never seen a more confused election than now in Andhra’

Union Minister for Tribal Affairs and Panchayati Raj V Kishore Chandra Deo, is recontesting from Arakku (ST) in Andhra Pradesh.

No common capital,Visakhapatnam right for Andhra,says Deo

The Union Cabinet had on October 3 approved Telangana as the 29th state.

‘Grant statehood to Rayalaseema’

Trifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and granting statehood to Rayalaseema is the only “durable solution”: V Kishore Chandra Deo

Centre to consider change in nomenclature of few tribes

Minister will look into availability of scholarships and finance training workshops for tribes through proper channels.


Now,Deo demands special package for Andhra

Deo,the MP from Araku in the Andhra region,demanded measures for the development of Vishakhapatnam in Andhra region.

Interim report on tribals in six months

The high-level committee constituted by the government to investigate the socio-economic status of tribals.

Vedanta plant: Jayanthi,Deo spar over rights of Niyamgiri tribals

Two Union ministers seem to have locked horns over the controversy surrounding Vedanta Aluminium’s plan.

'I have no say when Environment Ministry gives clearances for mining rights'

In this Idea Exchange,Tribal Affairs Minister V Kishore Chandra Deo says the Naxal problem shouldn't be seen as a "mere law-and-order problem" and why when he says tribals need roads and electricity,he is not "diluting" the Forest Rights Act. This session was moderated by Senior Editor D K Singh