Andhra Pradesh ~ India ~ International ~ City ~ Entertainment ~ Business ~ Sports ~ Technology ~ Health ~ Features
Districts ~ State Politics ~ District Officials ~ Tollywood ~ Telangana News Online ~ Praja Rajyam Online
Home / Andhra Pradesh News / 2006 / January / January 22, 2006
UPA Government not worried at TRS deadline

Top News

Major Political Parties in Andhra Pradesh
Elections & Political Parties News

High drama at MP Vijayashanti house
Police makes bid to arrest her but she was not found

EC to take action against MP Vijaya Shanti for her provocative remarks
Chief Electoral Officer IV Subba Rao says suo motu action will be taken against her

By elections for two ZPTC and one MPTC on September 8
Election results to be declared on September 11

Andhra Pradesh reports incident free re-polling
Estimated turnout at 80 percent

EC to deploy tough police officers in hypersensitive areas
Second phase polling date nears

First phase elections in the state ends peacefully
Andhra Pradesh reports 60% polling during the phase

First phase voting begins in Andhra Pradesh
Improved turnout viewed as people form queues right from the morning

Election Commission concedes Government request on electoral rolls revision
Deadline extended

Election Commission rejects TDP nominee nomination papers
Mallu Ravi nomination papers cleared

Election Commission issues notice to Raghuveera Reddy
Another notice issued to State Government for violation of poll code

140 candidates barred from contesting civic polls
State Election Commission took the decision

More features on Political Parties

UPA Government not worried at TRS deadline

UPA to look for Second SRC decision on Telangana statehood

Hyderabad, January 22, 2006

The Chairman of the UPA Sub-Committee on Telangana, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee said that the UPA Government is not worried about the two-months deadline given by the Telangana Rashtra Samithi chief Mr. K Chandra Sekhara Rao.

Speaking at the venue of the 82nd AICC Plenary Sessions, Mr. Mukherjee said that the Congress Working Committee (CWC) has indeed expressed opinion of having Telangana and Vidarbha in its resolution on October 30, 2000. He felt that there are both advantages and disadvantages of having smaller states and that these should be addressed by a Second States Reorganisation Commission (SRC).

This is an archive news page about an event that happened in the past. The News / Information might have changed in subsequent days as news gets developed. This page exists for referance purpose only.

Andhra Pradesh on January 22, 2006

Members disrupt proceedings asking Rahul to come
Members want Rahul Gandhi to speak

UPA Government not worried at TRS deadline
UPA to look for Second SRC decision on Telangana statehood

Website on Godavari Utsav launched
IVRS System and SMS Systems also in place for the festivals

Siti Cable MD arrested
Cable Network believed to be broadcasting obscene film

Sub Inspector injured in group clashes
Row over small issue triggers stonepelling

Written exam for Gazetted posts on January 29
APPSC to conduct the exams

January 22 in History

Events and happenings on 22 January History

22 January 2001
Highlights: Visakhapatnam Steel Plant was awarded ISO 9001

22 January 2002
Highlights: Municipal Elections begins

22 January 2003
Highlights: VMC to share Rs. 50 Crores for Godavari waters

22 January 2004
Highlights: Congress dharna in support of medicos

22 January 2005
Highlights: Chief Minister tells police to maintain restraint

22 January 2006
Highlights: Website on Godavari Utsav launched

22 January 2007
Highlights: Red sanders smuggling

Suggested pages for your additional reading on Facebook

© 2000-2017 All Rights Reserved and are of their respective owners.
Disclaimer, Terms of Service & Privacy Policy | Contact Us