"Digital currencies should be made more cost-effective than paper currencies. Door delivery of cash should be ushered in to cover those who cannot adapt to digital solutions."
Amaravati: The ruling YSR Congress Party has said that it will ask Andhra Pradesh police chief to inquire into the origins of the letter,...
YSRCP rubbishes TDP allegations over Naidu’s obstruction
Vijayawada: A Telugu Desam Party (TDP) delegation on Saturday met Andhra Pradesh Governor Biswabhusan Harichandan at Raj Bhavan and complained against the State government...
The party strongly condemns the politically motivated decision of the security review committee (SRC) and demands restoration of security to its original level.
TDP also alleged that false cases were being filed against the media for covering protests in the Amaravati region.
Visakhapatnam: Telugu Desam Party president and leader of the Opposition N Chandrababu Naidu would not be able to stop the setting up of executive...
YSRCP party leaders and supporters of Vizag came on the roads and protested on highway number 16 and raised slogans against Naidu and burnt his effigy.
Denying any "irregularities" in the decision making for Amaravati as capital during his tenure, Naidu asserted he does not have any "vested interest" in Amaravati
"What right do you have to engage the BCG for a report on the capital? BCG is a consultancy. Any consultancy will give a report as the client requires. Whatever you ask, they will give the report accordingly," Naidu questioned at a press conference here.
Naidu tweeted, "With thousands of farmers hitting the streets, TDP has decided to stay away from new year celebrations this time"
On paper, the TDPs strength in the Assembly would still remain 23 but practically it would be now two short of that number.
He also reminded the people that his government used to give a financial aid scheme named Chandranna Kanuka for the welfare of minorities.
The hike, which comes into effect from today, has drawn widespread criticism from the opposition parties - BJP and TDP.
They accused the former Chief Minister of doing nothing in five years of his tenure for the development of Amaravati, despite thousands of peasants giving away their fertile agricultural land.
Jagan announced that from the next academic year (2020-21), English will be the medium of instruction from the first standard to the sixth standard in all government schools