M Raghunandan Rao
Hyderabad: Telangana BJP leaders here on Tuesday lodged a complaint to the Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan stating that the ruling party leaders attacked the State...
Siddipet: Dubbak MLA M Raghunandan Rao said that the Centre had never opposed paddy cultivation.Addressing the general body meeting of Thoguta Mandal Parishad on...
The Minister said that cultivation of cotton in 70.05 lakh acres, toor dal in 20 lakh acres and paddy in 41 lakh acres was expected to be carried out this season
Hyderabad: The Committee of Officers probing into the alleged encroachment of lands belonging to Sri Seetha Rama Swamy temple at Devaryamjal, have begun the...
BJP MLA from Dubbakka, M Raghunandan Rao stated that the slogan of ‘Jai Sriram’, which defeated the Telangana sentiment in Dubbaka bypolls, was now ready to win Tirupati Lok Sabha bye-elections
It might be noted that Srinivasa Rao was recently transferred to Narayanpet district in the wake of allegations of irregularities in TNGO's Housing Society, Khammam. But he refused to receive the relieving orders issued
Dubbak MLA says 'KT Rama Rao would meet the same fate that a former CM met with at Pavuralagutta in 2009', in an obvious reference to the tragic death of YSR in a helicopter crash
Bandaru Nagaraju, an independent candidate who was allotted the 'rolling pin with board' symbol, polled a significant 3,570 votes to finish in the fourth place in Tuesday's result.
TRS working president and IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao on Tuesday said the party accepts the verdict of the people in favour of the BJP in the Dubbak by-election.
So far 45,175 votes were counted, BJP got 20,226 votes, TRS polled 17,559 and Congress polled 3254 votes.
According to the official results up to the second round Raghunandan Rao polled 9223 votes, Sujatha 7964 and Srinivas Reddy of Congress was polled only 1931 votes.
Arrangements for counting of votes were made by the officials by strictly adhering to Covid-19 regulations.
“The people of Dubbak were determined to teach the TRS a lesson this time around. They considered BJP as the only viable alternative that had the guts to face the TRS”, said TS BJP state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar
Says secularism is in the soil of TS; all sections of people deserting the party
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