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Kondandaram opposes new buildings for Secretariat, Assembly

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Hyderabad: Telangana Jana Samithi president Prof. M. Kodandaram has strongly objected to the plans of the Telangana Government to construct new buildings for the Secretariat and Assembly. Speaking to media persons here on Wednesday, Kodandaram said that there was no need for new buildings for State Government at this moment. …

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TJS, CPI may exit ‘Mahakutami’

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Hyderabad: The ‘Mahakutami’ (Grand Alliance) of Congress, TDP, TJS and CPI is not likely to shape with two parties openly threatening to pull out due to disputes over seat sharing. Telangana Jana Samithi president Prof. Kodandaram has expressed serious doubts over the outcome of discussion going on with other partners …

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TJS will not join BJP’s alliance: Kodandaram

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Hyderabad: Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) President Prof. M. Kodandaram denied reports that he was planning to join a proposed alliance of Bharatiya Janata Party. Speaking to media persons here on Sunday, Kodandaram said that there was no truth in the reports of TJS aligning with the BJP. He made it …

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TJS will be a major political force: Kodandaram

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Hyderabad: Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) president Prof. M. Kodandaram said that his party would play a major role in next elections. Speaking to media persons here on Wednesday, Kodandaram said that the TJS would not be ‘king maker’ but a ‘king’ itself after 2019 elections. He said that the TJS …

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Kodandaram’s resignation as JAC chief accepted

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Hyderabad: The Telangana Political Joint Action Committee (TJAC) has accepted the resignation of Prof. M. Kodandaram from the post of chairman. Kodandaram had resigned from the post after he floated Telangana Jana Samithi. The decision to accept Kodandaram’s resignation was taken in the TJAC’s executive meeting held in Tarnaka on …

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TJS to contest Gram Panchayat elections

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Hyderabad: Telangana Jana Samithi president Prof M. Kodandaram on Wednesday announced that his party would contest elections from all Gram Panchayats. Addressing a press conference at Somajiguda Press Club, Kodandaram said that those interested in contesting on TJS tickets might contact the party. He said efforts were on to strengthen …

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Police permit TJS meeting at Saroornagar Stadium

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Hyderabad: The Telangana Jana Samithi, newly floated political party of Telangana Political Joint Action Committee, has got police permission to hold a public meeting. The Hyderabad Police said that the TJS could conduct its public meeting at Saroornagar Stadium on April 29. They have asked the TJS leaders to approach …

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TRS Govt trying to intimidate critics: TJAC chief

Hyderabad: Telangana Political Joint Action Committee (TJAC) chairman Prof. M. Kodandaram on Friday alleged that the TRS Government was trying to suppress the voice of those who are raising public issues through social media. Speaking after unfurling the national flag at TJAC office on the occasion of Republic Day, Kodandaram …

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Uttam asks TRS Govt to fill over 2 lakh vacancies

Uttam asks TRS Govt to fill over 2 lakh vacancies

Hyderabad: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President Capt. N. Uttam Kumar Reddy has demanded that the TRS Government immediately fill over two lakh vacancies in various departments. He was speaking to media persons after Telangana Joint Action Council (TJAC) chairman Prof Kodandaram and other leaders met him at Gandhi Bhavan …

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Decision on TJAC’s political party soon: Kodandaram

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Hyderabad: Telangana Political Joint Action Committee Chairman Prof. M. Kodandaram said that the decision on converting the TJAC into a political party would be taken soon. Kodandaram said there has been a demand for transformation of TJAC into the full-fledged political party. He said the proposal is being considered seriously …

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