Sreenivas Janyala

Articles By Sreenivas Janyala

Andhra merges PM Kisan scheme with Annadatha Sukhibhava, all farmers to get Rs 10,000

More than 70 lakh farmers are likely to benefit from this scheme. The entire scheme will cost Rs 5,000 crore per annum for which a provision has been made in the budget.

National Women’s Party: ‘will contest 283 seats’

“Our candidates are mostly women who work in the NGO sector and have grassroots experience. There are many retired IAS officers who are joining our party. The candidates will depend on their own resources for campaigning,” Shetty said.

Chandrababu Naidu criticising me because I’m asking for account of funds: PM Modi

Slamming Naidu for joining hands with the Congress, Modi said the Andhra Chief Minister has forgotten why N T Rama Rao founded the TDP.

Rythu Bandhu, Telangana: ‘Money transfers help ease burden’

Ravinder has been farming since he was 22. He says that for over 30 years, he used to borrow money ahead of every crop season to purchase farm tools, fertiliser and seeds, and hire labourers for harvesting. He says Rythu Bandhu changed all that.

Two months on, a Telangana Cabinet of just two: The great KCR puzzle

Leaders of the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) can’t really put their finger on what is holding KCR back. The results, declared on December 11, had swept KCR back to power with a thumping majority of 88 of 119 seats.

PM’s visit to Guntur: TDP, Congress to protest; how can Modi set foot in Andhra, asks Naidu

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu who accuses Modi of reneging on his promise to grant Special Category Status (SCS) to the state has called for massive organised protests by TDP workers and people to oppose PM's visit.

Hyderabad: Doctors forget scissors inside patient’s stomach, acute pain reveals lapse

The incident came to light Friday night when 33-year-old Maheshwari complained of stomach ache and was admitted to NIMS. Subsequently, an X-ray showed the scissors inside her stomach.

High-rises, six-lane roads: How Amaravati is shaping up

The high-rises dotting the landscape are spacious flats for All India Service officers, MLAs and MLCs, non-gazetted officers, and class IV employees. Some of the buildings have got their first coat of paint and plumbing works are being carried out, and would be ready in two months

Minus TDP, Andhra BJP chief eyes new allies, Kapu clout

The TDP parted ways with the BJP, its ally of four years, in March 2018, with Naidu citing denial of Special Category Status to the state — as promised under the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014 — as the reason.

Courts must be guided by constitutional morality: CJI

At least a thousand advocates working in the Andhra HC at Hyderabad have shifted to Vijayawada, where the HC is functioning as of now.

CJI Ranjan Gogoi lays foundation stone for Andhra Pradesh HC, raises concerns over pendency of cases

Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had invited the Chief Justice of India to inaugurate the interim building and lay its foundation stone.

CJI Ranjan Gogoi to inaugurate interim Andhra Pradesh High Court complex

Construction of the actual high court building at Justice City in the capital region is yet to start. Once that is completed, the HC will shift there and the interim complex to be inaugurated today will house the City Civil Courts.

For small farmers in Telangana, Budget comes as double bonanza

Telangana has 59.48 lakh landholdings, as per the 2015-16 Agricultural Census. These farmers are already receiving Rs 8,000 per acre per year as agriculture investment support under the Telangana government’s Rythu Bandhu scheme.

Budget 2019: Rs 6,000 per year not enough to save farmer from moneylender, say Farm outfits

Yogendra Yadav, president of Swaraj India, said, “This is a desperate measure to buy the farmers’ votes by transferring Rs 2,000 to their accounts before the election... Farmers will surely reject this dishonourable bargain.”

Six Indians held by US Homeland Security for visa, immigration fraud

The arrests were the result of a two-year long undercover operation in which Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) set up a fake university to probe and identify those indulging in immigration fraud.

KIA motors to roll out first India-made car today for trials

The South Korean automobile giant set a record by commencing trial production in a record time of one year.

CEO, 13 others of Hyderabad firm arrested for cheating 1 lakh job seekers of Rs 70 crore

The company used to tell applicants that they have tie-ups with over 1,000 companies from across the world for recruitment and had two websites where job seekers could upload their resumes.

New Andhra High Court violates rules: Justice Chelameswar

He said that it was up to Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi to decide if he should be present as chief guest at the inauguration of the High Court of Andhra Pradesh on February 3 at Amaravati.

Rs 10,000 payment, free smartphones: Chandrababu Naidu announces sops

Chandrababu Naidu inaugurated a programme to distribute Rs 10,000 to over 93 lakh DWCRA members under the 'Pasupu Kumkuma' programme.

Caesium-137: A radioactive isotope that was lost and found in Andhra

The mysterious disappearance of the 1 ft × 1 ft box had triggered concern and some panic, as both police and ONGC officials searched frantically for it. Here's why.