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The Congress High Command is likely to firm up its position vis-a- vis KCR’s refusal to merge his party in the Congress and whether there should be two PCCs or two regional committees under one PCC chief in Telangana and Seemandhra states.
Telangana and residuary state of Andhra Pradesh will come into being on June 2. The Appointed Day -- June 2 -- has been officially announced by the Ministry of Home Affairs. From the Appointed Day, Telangana will become the 29th
Will TRS chief K Chandrasekhara Rao say yes now for merger of his party with the Congress? Now that the Congress has got the T-bill passed in the Lok Sabha and preparing to pass it in the Rajya Sabha, as demanded by KCR, will he keep his word?
Decks are learnt to have been cleared for the passage of Telangana bill in Parliament.After persuading Samajwadi Party (SP) to back the bill, AICC top brass is learnt to have intensified back-channel confabulations with the BJP central
The CBI has given a clean chit to Congress leader Digvijaya Singh in a case of irregularities in the construction of a mall in Indore during his tenure as CM of Madhya Pradesh. The agency had filed a report before the High Court stating there is
Congress General Secretary Digvijaya Singh, who has been nominated for the Rajya Sabha from Madhya Pradesh, has said he is ready to contest Lok Sabha election if his party wants him to do so. If my party wants, I am ready to contest Lok Sabha polls
Exuding confidence that Telangana state would be formed before the next general elections, AP Congress affairs incharge Digvijaya Singh said if necessary a special session of Parliament would be called to pass the AP State Reorganisation Bill,
After realising the inability of its Telangana leaders to derive political mileage from the decision to accord statehood to the region, the Congress top brass have reportedly decided to swing into action directly by themselves.
Telugu Desam Party (TDP) legislators from Seemandhra Saturday gave a privilege notice to the Andhra Pradesh assembly speaker against Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh. The lawmakers from Seemandhra (Rayalaseema and
Digvijaya Singh as a "big conspirator" and blamed him for the party's defeat in Madhya Pradesh. "People were apprehensive that acting at Digvijaya Singh's behest, someone would push Jyotiraditya Scindia behind and usurp the chief minister's chair. He