Tuesday, January 29, 2013

 First Andhra conference held in Bapatla

Members at the First Andhra Conference pose in front of the Town Hall.
Members at the First Andhra Conference pose in front of the Town Hall.
The historical town is in the cusp of another milestone as it is gearing up to celebrate the centenary of the First Andhra Conference held in 1913. It was in this conference that the demand to create a separate province for Telugu speaking people on linguistic basis was first announced. The conference was held on the premises of Edward VII Coronation Memorial Town on May 26, 1913.
The conference was attended by about 800 delegates and 3,000 visitors from the Telugu speaking districts of Madras Presidency. Eminent leaders including, Desabhakta Konda Venkatappaiah, Bogaraju Pattabhi Seetharamaiah, Mutnuri Krishnarao and Pingali Venkaiah, were present at the conference. B.N. Sarma, the then member of the Legislative Council of Madras, took the lead in organising the conference, which saw a vociferous appeal by the members to create a separate state for Telugu speaking people. Leaders like Nyayapathi Subba Rao Pantulu, M. Adinarayanaiah and Mocherla Ramachandra Rao wanted the conference to tread cautiously on the issue, but Vemavarapu Ramadas Pantulu moved a resolution at the open session in favour of a separate state.
Emotional speeches
The emotional speeches stirred up the feelings of the members to put up a united fight to achieve the goal.
They argued that though Telugu districts accounted for 40 per cent of the people and 58 per cent of the Madras Presidency, Andhras had no effective voice in the politics of the region and were treated as second class citizens in the composite province. “With considerable effort and after going through excerpts of the struggle in various books, we managed to bring a book on the conference. We are also planning to celebrate the centenary in a big way and release a commemorative stamp to mark the occasion,’’ said convenor of Forum for Better Bapatla P.C Saibabu

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Hi Friends,

Sirish & Friends proudly announces that the Victory Venkatesh  & Superstar "Prince" Mahesh Babu's "SEETAMMA VAKITLO SIRIMALLE CHETTU" In Kuala Lumpur on 11th January 13.

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Starring : Victory Venkatesh  & Superstar "Prince" Mahesh Babu, Mesmerizing Samantha, Beautiful Telugu Girl "Anjali", Brahmanandam.

Directed by : SriKanth Addala ( Kotta Bangaru Lokam fame )

Music : Micky J.Mayer ( Happy days fame)

Produced by : Dil Raju ( Sri Venkateswara Creations )

Screening Theater : Federal Cinema, Jln Raja Laut, Chowkit.

Show Timings :
11th Jan ( Fri ) : 8:00 pm ( Premier Show ),
12th Jan (Sat) : 3:00 pm, 9:00 pm.
13th Jan (Sun) : 6:00 pm.

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Monday, January 7, 2013

Telugu Movie "Nayak: releasing on 9/01/2013 @ Kuala Lumpur

  • Hi Friends,

    Mega Powerstar " Ram Charan Tej" New Telugu Movie " NAYAK " Releasing in Worldwide & KL, Malaysia on 9th Jan 2013

    Movie Title : " NAYAK"

    Starring : Mega Powerstar " Ram Charan Teja", Kajal Agarwal, Amala Paul, Brahmanandam, M. S. Narayana, Charmee ( Item Song )

    Music by : Thaman

    Directed By : V.V.Vinayak ( Tagore fame )

    Screening Theater/Cinema : Federal Cinema ( Screen 2 )

    Show Timings :
    9th Jan ( Wed ) : 9:00pm ( Premier Show )
    11th Jan ( Fri ) : 10:45pm
    12th Jan ( Sat ) : 6:00pm
    13th Jan ( Sun ) : 3:00pm.

    For "NAYAK" Tickets Booking Please Contact :
    Sirish Reddy : 010-2791954

Friday, January 4, 2013

Best Prime Minister of India

Late Telugu Prime Minister of  Narasimha Rao led nation at a critical juncture

President Pranab Mukherjee pays tributes to the
former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, in
Hyderabad on Monday.
        President Pranab Mukherjee pays tributes to the former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, in Hyderabad on Monday.

President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday paid glowing tributes to the former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, and said history would remember him for providing leadership to the nation at a very critical juncture.
Delivering the inaugural ‘P.V. Narasimha Rao Memorial Lecture’ organised by Hyderabad Media House here, Mr. Mukherjee said the former Prime Minister showed the courage of conviction in leading the nation on the right path of reforms against the heaviest odds. He was one of the few leaders who attracted admirers of different political hues.
Political sagacity
Lauding Rao’s political sagacity and far-sightedness, the President described him as the father of the second generation economic reforms. Describing as a “marvellous selection” Rao’s appointment of Manmohan Singh as his Finance Minister at a crucial time, Mr. Mukherjee pointed out that he departed from the usual practice of choosing political heavyweights for the post. The two together took the nation on a path that made India an economic powerhouse which the world admired. Recalling the precarious economic situation in 1991, Mr. Mukherjee said the forex reserves were just sufficient to meet two weeks imports.
He credited Rao with giving a new turn to India’s foreign policy, and said the ‘Look East policy’ launched then paid rich dividends in the economic sphere.
Rao gave importance to strengthening relationship with ASEAN as an entity. From a sectoral dialogue partner and a full dialogue partner, India’s engagement culminated in Summit-level partnership with ASEAN.
Rao brought peace to Punjab and held elections, and a popular government under Beant Singh was installed.
As Congress president, Rao introduced elections for Congress Working Committee members although the All-India Congress Committee was ready to pass a resolution allowing him to nominate them. Describing him as a multifaceted personality, the President said Rao had command over many languages.
Andhra Pradesh Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan, Tamil Nadu Governor K. Rosaiah and Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy paid rich tributes to Rao. Vani Devi, daughter of the former Prime Minister, and K. Ramachandra Murthy, chief editor, The Hans India, an English daily, spoke.