Under the previous Chandrababu Naidu’s government, those who were eligible had to go around the Janmabhoomi Committees and Mandal offices to get their ration card, pension and Aarogyasri cards. However, no new ration card or[…]more..
HYDERABAD: Within 24 hours of getting kidnapped from his dental clinic in Hyderabad on Tuesday, Dr Hussain was rescued on Wednesday early morning by Andhra Pradesh police in Ananthapuram district. Based on a tip-off by[…]more..
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launched ‘YSR Bheema’ scheme to provide insurance to breadwinners of the Below Poverty Line (BPL) families of unorganised sector. CM YS Jagan is fulfilling all his promises[…]more..
AP CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy took a crucial decision on the re-opening of the schools in Andhra Pradesh. Previously, it was reported that the YSRCP supremo was being itched to open the schools on[…]more..
Andhra Pradesh state government focussed on improving Arogyasree services aimed at providing better healthcare to every poor person. It is already known fact that the government has brought thousands of diseases under the purview of[…]more..
TDP member Atchannaidu needs no introduction, as the politician has continued to be in the news for quite some time now. Atchannaidu was arrested by the ACB in relation to an alleged scam in the[…]more..
AMARAVATI: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said that installing new electricity meters will not be a burden to the farmers but will benefit them. He directed the officials to create awareness among[…]more..
Former Chief Minister and current opposition leader of Andhra Pradesh, and the Chief of Telugu Desam Party, Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s experience in politics is one thing that is not up for debates. This veteran has[…]more..
AMARAVATI: The Andhra Pradesh government has postponed its earlier decision of re-opening schools across the state from October 5. Addressing a video-conference review meeting with all district collectors on Tuesday, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan[…]more..
NEW DELHI: The Centre has permitted Andhra Pradesh to go for additional borrowing of Rs 2,525 crore through Open Market Borrowings (OMBs) to meet its expenditure requirements amid falling revenues due to the COVID-19 crisis.[…]more..