Andhra Pradesh governor and former Intelligence Bureau (IB) Director E S L Narasimhan was today examined by the Central Bureau of Investigation, or the CBI, as a witness in connection with the alleged misappropriation of funds in the purchase of a dozen VVIP helicopters from AgustaWestland, the Anglo Italian defence major.
Two prominent Telugu news TV channels have been taken off air by cable networks in the last few weeks after Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was allegedly offended by the content telecast on these channels.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today asked MPs from the state to make collective and coordinated efforts to get the promises made during bifurcation realised.
A team of police officials from Telangana will soon visit New York and London to study their policing methods as part of the efforts to modernize the force in the new state, including Hyderabad.
A minor gas leakage was reported from one of the wells of ONGC at Kasanapalli in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, which has been brought under control, a senior officer said today.
Concerned over reports of infighting between the administrations of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today directed the Union Home Secretary to mediate between the two states and resolve the issues.
The first month of monsoon has turned out to be the worst in years for farmers, especially in coastal Andhra Pradesh that has had very little rain because of a truant southwest monsoon.
The Muslim holy month of Ramadan began on Monday with the devout observing first 'roza' or fast.
State gas utility GAIL on Sunday suspended two senior company officials of its Andhra Pradesh office after a fire caused by a possible leakage in an underground gas pipeline killed 19 persons and injured several others.
Hyderabad police today arrested four people for piracy of cable TV signals.
The death toll in the disaster in a GAIL pipeline in Andhra Pradesh rose to 19 with two people succumbing to their injuries since Saturday night, officials said.
YSR Congress president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy on Saturday demanded that Rs 1 crore be paid in compensation to each of the kin of 17 persons who lost their lives in the deadly blast and fire due to gas leakage in Nagaram village in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh.
City Police yesterday arrested two students for allegedly indulging in chain snatching and seized three gold chains and a bike, collectively worth Rs 3 lakh from their possession.
CPI yesterday demanded that Union government should constitute a high-level technical expert committee to probe into the gas pipeline fire at Nagaram village in East Godavari district.
Asserting that economic offences and communal violence were more harmful to society than the Left party extremism, CPI yesterday asked the Centre and state governments to lift ban on Maoists.