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Cash for vote and Phone conversation: Jagan’s 2 strong weapons September 05, 2015 10:54

YSCRP chief Jagan is not compromising on Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and is trying to corner him at every possible instance be it cash for vote or phone conversation or any other issue.On Friday, assembly did not take any new turn and sounded with the same firing counters of the duo leaders Jagan and Chandrababu Naidu. It is known that, a phone conversation audio was released in the past, alleging Chandrababu Naidu urging Telangana nominated MLA Stephenson in the said conversation. The issue went viral after the audio conversation was leaked in the ‘T news’ channel, which is Telangana Chief Minister KCR’s own TV channel. Though the issue was calmed down in between, now it seems, Jagan is not in a mood to leave Naidu and is trying to corner him, to the best he can. Now, he is demanding to clarify whether it was his voice or not in the leaked phone conversation. Along with the audio conversation, Jagan is even particular about the cash for vote case. Regarding this, Jagan questioned Naidu whether it was he, who sent Kodangal MLA Revanth Reddy to nominated MLA Stephenson house. “The money seized in the case was amassed by Naidu through bribes. His name is mentioned as many as 22 times in the chargesheet. What is stopping him from coming here and clarifying,” Jagan asked. “TDP MLAs state that the cash-for-vote case is currently in sub-judice and cannot be discussed in the Assembly, but the TDP leaders talk about all of my cases and even accuse my father, YS Rajashekhar Reddy, who is not even alive. But the discussion is not being allowed on the cash for vote scam, saying that it is projecting as a dispute between the two Telugu states,” Jagan added.   Prove that KCR called me, I will resign - Jagan From the past, Jagan is being alleged that he has relations with KCR and is being in contact regularly for planning to defame Naidu. Referring to this allegation, Jagan said that he is ready to resign, if the allegations on me are proved to be true. “If they are not true, is Naidu ready to resign,” Jagan counter questioned TDP leaders.           Finally after continuous conflicts on one another, the TDP officials moved privilege motions against Congress MP K.V.P. Ramachandra Rao and YSRCP MLAs. However, it seems, Jagan is not going to spare Naidu and it seems he is using ‘cash for vote issue and phone conversation issue as two strong weapons to corner Naidu. (Video Source: ABN)By Phani Ch

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Congress MLA slaps TRS MLA, district bandh September 05, 2015 09:35

Achampet MLA from TRS party, Guvvala Balaraju slapped Makthal Congress MLA Chittem Ramamohan Reddy yesterday which has gone viral since then.  Be it a common man, a leader or anyone, the rivalry about the caste, is always the same. The same thing is proved in either party MLAs on Friday. Ramamohan Reddy tried to push back Balaraju in a cast conflict and the latter who lost his patience, hit the former directly on the slap. Currently, Balaraju is demanding an SC, ST atrocity case be booked against Ramamohan Reddy for allegedly using casteist and abusive language and attacking him. On the other hand, Ramamohan Reddy demanded the arrest of Balaraju in public. Regarding this, both the MLAs even lodged complaints in the police station.Not stopping there, the Congress leaders took the issue more seriously and called for the complete Mahabubnagar district bandh today. The buses are left in the depots itself and the public are being suffered and are forced to travel in the private vehicles, which is costing more. Why should the common public suffer, who is nowhere related to the incident, when two leaders fight on the road, who are supposed to serve the people.          Meanwhile, the zilla parishad meeting chaired by Mr Bandari Bhaskar began on a heated note with the Opposition Congress, TD and others demanding that the district be declared drought-hit in view of acute shortage of water of drinking water, withering crops, lack of fodder for cattle. “The irrigation projects should be speeded up and the Palamuru scheme should be implemented,” the oppositions demanded. In the meeting, Industries minister Jupally Krishna Rao and health minister Dr C. Laxma  Reddy busted on the opposition parties for criticizing Telangana Chief Minister KCR about his activities in the state.  Adding to this, D.K, Congress MLA said, “TRS is threatening to kill the Congress MLAs, if they refused to join in their party. If still no action is taken against the TRS MLAs, Congress leaders will directly attack the CM camp office.”    By Ch. Phani

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RGV - Ganpathi Bappa Moriya..!! September 04, 2015 19:47

So typical of RGV to always try to be in the news. He is one celebrity who is regular on social media and keeps posting something or the other for attention grabbing.This time surprisingly the atheist has gone spiritual and seen posing to pictures praying to Ganesha. Now the look itself looks sarcastic but is definitely making news. So mission accomplished RGV!Lately RGV has been busy praising heroes of Telugu films and trying to raise the bar for Chiranjeevi’s 150th film challenging him to make it bigger than Baahubali in a series of tweets. The latest sensation from him was he posing for pictures praying Ganesha and this time it was writer BVS Ravi, Puri Jagan and Kona Venkat making fun of his poses.Most of the movie buffs and national media very much remember the ruckus he created with his tweets on Ganesha and his supposedly logical thinking last year and this year looks like he is giving the same message in a different way.Anyway, the conclusion is that his close friends in Telugu industry had loads of fun sharing the pictures across and some hilarious comments around the pictures, one of them inspired by Bahubali says “Naku eppudu mokkani chethulu mokkutunnaai…!!! Yeeee!!!!!”Some piece of advice to RGV which he wouldn’t obviously take – Please spend some quality time on movie making rather than working on creative sarcasm. - Bharath

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Nani - The Winner? September 04, 2015 19:39

Three films released this Friday with some good elements coming from all of them. ‘Dynamite’ coming from a matured director Deva Katta starring Vishnu Manchu, ‘Bhale Bhale Magadivoi’ from small budget movie icon Maruthi starring Nani, the last one being Tamil dubbed ‘Jayasurya’ starring Vishal Reddy.Nani has been hungry for a hit for a long time after Eega, though had some good reviews for Yevadu Subramanyam, the movie was entirely dependent on Nani with some directorial faults.Deva Katta as we know is superb in getting the emotions out of an actor with some good dialog writing skills in movies like Vennela and Prasthanam. ‘Dynamite’ touted to be a different film with martial arts background, it’d have been a lot of homework for him to get it right going out of the comfort zone.All in all some good technicians have put in some serious efforts in both the movies. Let’s keep ‘Jayasurya’ aside since it’s a dubbed movie and has a default market of a fixed audience per Vishal’s following in Telugu.While we can’t compare both the films, they being from different genres, from audience perspective looks like Nani has earned the brownie points with his performance, the entertainment factor of the movie and is going to be this month’s blockbuster with Srimanthudu last month and Baahubali dominating for two months prior. - Bharath

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Ayodhya - Punya Bhoomi - Birth place of Maryadha Purushotham SriRam September 04, 2015 19:03

Ayodhya is an ancient city of India, the old capital of Awadh, in the Faizabad district of Uttar Pradesh, India. Ayodhya is described as the birth place of Lord Sriram, and the capital of the ancient Kosala Kingdom. This holy city is described as early as in the Hindu Epics. Ayodhya has an average elevation of 93 metres. Ayodhya is situated on the right bank of the river Sarayu, 555 km east of New Delhi., as it is called within sacred precincts, just 6 km from Faizabad, Ayodhya is a popular pilgrim centre. Ayodhya is pre-eminently a city of temples yet, all places of worship here are not only of Hindu religion. At Ayodhya several religions have grown and prospered simultaneously and also at different periods of time in the past. Remnants of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Islam can still be found in Ayodhya. According to Jain tradition, five Tirthankaras were born at Ayodhya, including Adinath (Rishabhadeva) the 1st Tirthankar. The Brahmanda Purana considers Ayodhya as one of the six holiest cities in Hinduism. History The name Ayodhya comes from the Sanskrit word “yudh”, meaning "fight" or "wage war," and it translates to either "not to be fought" or, less literally, "unconquerable." During the time of Gautama Buddha the city was called Ayojjhā in Pali and Ayodhya in Sanskrit.In the first few centuries of the Common Era it was called Saketa and was conquered by the Kushan / Yuezhi Emperor Kanishka in 127 CE, who made it the administrative centre of his eastern territories. The name occurs again in Faxian in the early 5th century. It is not clear when the name changed, but by the time of the visit of the Chinese pilgrim monk, Huan Tsang, in 636 CE, it was known as Ayodhya.Buddhist temples, monuments and centers of learning having been established here during the age of the Mauryan Empire and the Gupta Dynasty. Ayodhya reached its glorious peak as known to history during the reign of the Guptas over India. This city was also a significant trade centre in 600 BC. Historians have identified this place as Saketa, a key Buddhist centre during the 5th century BC. It is a widely held belief that Buddha visited Ayodhya on several occasions. Ayodhya has a historical significance for the Jain community too. This is the birth place of two important Jain Tirthankaras who were born in the early centuries CE. Jain texts also stand testimony to the visit of Mahavir, Jainism's last Tirthankar to this city. Ayodhya is also the birthplace of five Tirthankars, including the first Tirthankar of Jainism, Shri Rishabh Dev. He is known as the father of the Jain religion.Bhagwan Swaminarayan, founder of the Swaminarayan Sect of Hinduism lived here during his childhood years. It was from Ayodhya that Bhagwan Swaminarayan started his seven year journey across India as a 'Neelkanth'.Under Mughal rule, it was the seat of the governor of Awadh, and later during the British Raj the city was known as Ajodhya or Ajodhia and was part of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. With Muslim rulers established around the city under Mohammed of Ghor, it lost its strategic and economic importance to Lucknow and Kanpur.Saadat Ali Khan, Nawab of Awadh, bestowed the Riyasat of Ayodhya on his loyal Brahmin soldier Dwijdeo Mishra of the Kasyapa gotra, for quelling revenue rebels in Mehendauna in Eastern UP. The Hanumangarhi temple at Ayodhya was built by the Nawab of Awadh. Ayodhya was annexed in 1856 by the British rulers. Between 1857 and 1859, this place was one of the main centers where the sparks of the first war of Indian Independence originated. These sparks later led to a nationwide revolt of the Indian soldiers in opposition to the British East India Company that began in Calcutta. Legends Ayodhya is closely associated with Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The ancient city of Ayodhya, according to the Ramayana, was founded by Manu, the law-giver of the Hindu. For centuries, it was the capital of the descendants of the Surya dynasty of which Lord Rama was the most celebrated king. Ayodhya during ancient times was known as Kosaladesa.Ayodhya is named after King Ayudh. He was the founder of this city and hence came the name Ayodhya. It has been mentioned in the ancient Hindu scriptures that King Ayudh was one of the forefathers of Lord Rama. The same Raghuvanshi dynasty had the great king Raja HarischandraThe illustrious Ikshvaku of the solar clan (Suryavansha) was the ruling dynasty of this region. According to tradition, Ikshvakus was the eldest son of Vaivasvata Manu, who established himself at Ayodhya. The earth is said to have derived its name `Prithivi’ from Prithu, the 6th king of the line. A few generations later came Mandhatri, in whose line the 31st king was Harischandra, known widely for his love of truth. Raja Sagar of the same clan performed the Asvamedha Yajna and his great grandson Bhagiratha is reputed to have brought mother Ganga to earth by virtue of his penance. Later in the time came the great Raghu, after whom the family came to be called as Raghuvamsa. His grandson was Raja Dasaratha, the illustrious father of Rama, with whom the glory of the Kosala dynasty reached its highest point. Saint Valmiki is said to have written his famous devotional poem Valmiki Ramayan, also called the Ramayan regarding the life of Lord Sriram. Other sages like Kamban and Tulsidas also wrote their verses of Ramayan in the praise and glory of Lord Sriram and the magnificent city of Ayodhya. Saint Tulsidas' Ramayan popularly known as Ramacharitamanas sings the praise & glory of Lord 'Sriram'. It is one of the most revered scriptures of 'Sanatana Dharma' which speaks of idealism, selfless devotion, & piousness. This divine religious text is a source of inspiration, enlightenment & bhakti for billions across the world. Several Tamil Alwars mention the city of Ayodhya. The opening chapters of the Ramayan recount the magnificence of the city, the glories of the monarch and the virtues, wealth and loyalty of his people. Ayodhya is also said to be the birthplace of King Bharath (The First Chakravarti King), Bhahubali, Brahmi, Sundari, King Dasaratha, Acharya Padaliptasurisvarji, King Harishchandra, Shri SriRama Achalbhrata, and the ninth Gandhara of Mahavir Swami.In Atharvaveda, this place was described as a city that was made by gods and was as prosperous as heaven itself. Skanda and some other Puranas rank Ayodhya as one of the seven most sacred cities of India. Struggles for the Holy Sriram Janmabhoomi When the Mughal invader Babur came down from Kabul in 1525, he first defeated Ibrahim Lodi at the battle of Panipat and then the Rajput King of Chittorgarh, Rana Sangram Singh at Khanwa, making pioneering use of cannon and light cavalry. After these triumphs, Babur took over a substantial part of northern India.One of his generals, Mir Baki Khan came to Ayodhya in 1528 and after destroying a pre-existing temple of Lord Sriram at the site, built a Mosque. Mir Baki, after building the mosque, named it Babri Masjid. As per historians, since 1528 there have been at least 76 armed conflicts in which over 300,000 Hindus sacrificed their lives to restore the Ram Janma Bhoomi temple.During Babar's reign (1528-1530) itself Hindus launched 4 attacks in which 100,000 people were killed. During the Humayun's reign (1530-1556) there were 10 separate initiatives to regain control. During Akbar's reign (1556-1605) 20 battles were fought and in order to avoid further conflict, during the latter part of his reign Akbar allowed Hindus to build a platform known as 'Ram Chabutra', and to install and worship images of Ram Parivar in the Ram Janmabhoomi compound. This practice was later opposed by Aurungzeb which resulted in most battles for the control of the shrine during his reign. In Aurangzeb’s reign 30 battles were fought and one such battle was led by Guru Gobind Singh in which Aurangzeb’s army was defeated. Four years later, Aurangzeb again attacked Ayodhya and regained control after killing 10,000 Hindus. During Sahdat Ali (1798-1814) reign there were 5 battles. During Nasir-uddin Haidar (1814-1837) reign 3 battles were fought. In Wajid Ali Shah (1847-1857) period there were 2 battles and during British Rule (1912-1934), Hindus fought 2 armed conflicts.In 1751 A.D. Maratha Sardar Malhar Rao Holkar after defeating the Pathans in the plains of Ganga and Yamuna, asked Nawab Safderjang to hand over Ayodhya, Kashi and Prayag to the Peshwas. In a letter dated February 23, 1756, Nanasaheb Peshwa asked Sardar Scindia to annex Ayodhya and Kashi as the handover of these holy places was already promised to Raghoba Dada by Suja-uddoula. Later in 1789 A.D. Sardar MahadJi Scindia did annex Ayodhya, Mathura and Kashi, but due to his untimely demise, he was not able to restore the temples of Ram Janma Bhoomi, Krishna Janma Bhoomi and Kashi Vishweshwar back to Hindus.Joseph Tieffenthaler (1710 - 1785), an Austrian Jesuit priest toured Oudh (Ayodhya) region between 1766 and 1771 A.D states 'The Emperor Aurungzeb destroyed the fortress called Ramkot and built at the same place a Mohammedan mosque with 3 domes. But Hindus continued to practice their religious ceremonies in both the places (inside the 3 domed Babri structure and the compound), knowing this to have been birth place of Rama, by going around it 3 times and prostrating on ground".During the First War of Independence of 1857 the local Muslim leader Amir Ali persuaded the Muslims to hand over the disputed place to Hindus and jointly fight with the British. However the British won the War of 1857 and Amir Ali and Hindu leader Baba Ram Charan Das were publicly hanged from a tree near the Ram Janma Bhoomi. The British subsequently put a railing wall between Babri structure and the courtyard and separated the Muslim worshipers who got the Babri structure and Hindus had no choice but to do puja outside in the courtyard. In 1934, during the armed conflict between Hindus and Muslims the Babri structure was damaged. Since 1936, the Babri structure was an abandoned building and did not function as a community mosque for local Muslims. A report dated December 10, 1949 by the Waqf inspector Mohammad Ibrahim, to the U.P. Sunni Central Board of Waqf, states that 'due to the fear of Hindus and Sikhs, No one offered namaz in the said 'mosque'.On December 23, 1949 the image of 'Ramalalla' appeared in the disputed structure and Hindus resumed prayers and worship inside. Since December 23, 1949 there have been daily Hindu prayers and worship at the Ram Janma Bhoomi Temple. December 6th 1992, the golden moment for the people of India. Spirited karsevaks demolished the shame of the country, the black mark on the history of Hindustan. On 6th  December 1992, around noon, a young man managed to slip past the police cordon and climbed the mosque, brandishing a saffron flag. The mob, then stormed the structure. The mob set upon the building with axes, hammers, and grappling hooks, and within a few hours, the entire mosque was leveled. At last the Birthplace of Lord Sriram is liberated from the invaders and the pseudo secularists. Memorable quotes "Mosques built after destroying temples are the sign of slavery and Muslims should hand over the same to Hindu Society" - Mahatma Gandhi in 'Navjeevan' dated July 17, 1937. "Hindus profess secularism because they are cowards and are afraid of Muslim countries." - Syed Shahabuddin - Convenor of Babri Masjid Coordination Committee (BMCC) in 'Sunday' dated March 20, 1983. Hanuman Garhi The temple is on the way to Sriram Janmabhoomi and is few metres away. A massive structure in the shape of a four sided fort with circular bastions at each corner houses a temple of Hanuman and is the most popular shrine in Ayodhya. Situated in the centre of the town, this temple is approachable by a flight of 76 steps. Legend has it that Hanuman lived here in a cave and guarded the Janambhoomi or Ramkot. The main temple contains the statue of Maa Anjani, with Bal Hanuman seated on her lap. The faithful believe that all their wishes are granted with a visit to this holy shrine.Kanak BhawanThis is famous temple in Ayodhya. As per mythology it is gifted to Sita by mother Kaikai after marriage. This is private palace of lord SitaRam. Swarg Dwar According to mythology, Lord Rama is said to have been cremated here. Mani Parbat and Sugriv Parbat The first of these ancient earth mounds is identified with a stupa built by the Emperor Ashoka, while the second is believed to be an ancient monastery. Treta ke Thakur This temple stands at the place where Rama is said to have performed the Ashvamedha Yajnya. About 300 years ago the Raja of kulu built a new temple here, which was improved by Ahalyabai Holkar of Indore during 1784, at the same time the adjoining Ghats were also built. The initial idols in black sandstone were recovered from Sarayu and placed in the new temple, famous as Kaleram-ka-Mandir. Nageshwarnath Temple The temple of Nageshwarnath is said to have been established by Kush the son of Rama. Legend has it that Kush lost his armlet, while bathing in the Sarayu, which was picked up by a Nag-Kanya, who fell in love with him. As she was a devotee of Shiva, Kush erected this temple for her. It is said that this has been the only temple to have survived till the time of Vikramaditya, the rest of city had fallen into ruins and was covered by dense forests. It was by means of this temple that Vikramaditya was able to locate Ayodhya and the sites of different shrines here. The festival of Shivratri is celebrated here with great pomp and splendor. Chhoti Devkali Mandir This is the temple of goddess Ishani (Durga). As per mythology she is Kuldevi of Sita. Other places of interest Angad Tila, Shri Rama Janaki Birla Temple, Tulsi Smarak Bhawan, Ram ki Paidi, Kaleramji ka Mandir, Datuvan Kund, Janki Mahal, Gurudwara Brahma Kund, Rishabhadeo Jain Temple, Brahma Kund, Amawan Temple, Tulsi Chaura, Laxman Quila, Ram Katha Museum, Valmiki Ramayan Bhawan, are among other places of interest in Ayodhya. A visit to the most guarded temple in the country. Devotees who flock to Ayodhya are greeted by hawk-eyed security men, about 4,000 of them, deployed in every nook and corner of the disputed site. The idol of Ram, placed under a soiled canopy, is open to devotees every morning between seven and ten, and between three and six in the afternoon. Visitors have to pass through several security checkpoints before they can have a darshan of Ram lalla.The checks begin nearly half a km from the temple site. After negotiating a steel barricade, visitors are made to walk through a metal detector. The security tightens as they proceed. There are 400 men and 200 women of the CRPF, 2,700 men of the Provincial Armed Constabulary and 200 of the Rapid Action Force keeping vigil. A new batch of policemen arrives in Ayodhya every three months: the idea is to prevent the cops from developing a 'bond' with the place and its residents.Unknown to most devotees the cops are keeping a watch on them from towers to ensure that no one breaks the security ring. They are assisted by closed-circuit television with cameras installed at vantage points. When the devotees arrive at a second metal detector they are told to deposit all their belongings. Cameras, combs, pens and even matchboxes are a no-no beyond this point: visitors may keep only their wallets. As the visitors near the idol, the automatic gun-toting cops of the Central forces come into view. This is the sensitive zone: police sniffer dogs, in fact, scour the area each morning for explosives. The devotees are frequently told to refrain from standing in front of the canopy for long. A quick darshan and they are asked to move on, after accepting prasad from a pundit. The government is spending more than Rs 5 crore a month on the security arrangements. After the darshan, the devotees take a circuitous route to a heavily-guarded exit, and walk past a fire tender and Home Guard contingents on the ready. Apart from these security personals the very own army of Lord Sriram is also ready to take a stroll on you. If you have anything in your hand - even prasad - beware these monkey brigade will definitely snatch from you.By Premji

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A cricket stadium to name after Sachin Tendulkar September 04, 2015 18:09

The Kerala cricket Association (KCA) has announced to name one of its stadiums after Sachin Tendulkar, the pride of the country. On Friday, KCA president T.C. Mathew said, “A pavilion was named after Sachin in the past and now, KCA has decided to name the entire stadium after Sachin. “We have not decided which one because we have the newly opened cricket stadium in Wayanad and we have other stadiums also that are fast nearing completion. The decision will be taken shortly. He (Sachin) will also be consulted," Mathew further said. KCA built a new stadium in Wayanad recently. It hosted the two four-day matches between South Africa A and India A. The stadium appears very scenic, especially there are mountains on all the three sides of the stadium.  State of the art cricket ground in 14 districts of Kerala soon Kerala Cricket Association is further planning to set up the state of the art cricket grounds in all the 14 districts of Kerala. Regarding this, the KCA is planning to join hands soon with Tendulkar.  "What we are planning is a multi-sports facility centre attached to each of our upcoming cricket grounds. We are interested in providing facilities for our new generation in other sports also. We wish to speak to Tendulkar if he will be willing to partner us in this project," Mathew added. In the past Sachin had an experience of being the goodwill ambassador of the 2015 National Games. He even led the ‘Run Kerala Run’, an event which is to promote the national games. Sachin is even one of the partners of Indian Super League (ISL) team Kerala Blasters and is arriving this Saturday, to take part in a function. There is even a buzz saying thatm he is going to buy a house in Kerala. However, the official confirmation regarding this is yet to be known.   By Phanindra

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Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - Not a man, but a knowledge mission September 04, 2015 17:05

Teachers’ day is celebrated on different days in the different countries. Keeping the other countries aside, in India it is celebrated on September 5th, on the occasion of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a staunch believer of education, and was a well-known diplomat, scholar, the President of India and above all, a teacher.When a few of his students and friends reached out to him for celebrating his birthday, Sarvepally said, “I would be more privileged if the September 5th which is my birthday is observed as the teachers day countrywide, instead of just celebrating it as my birthday alone.” Since then, this day is called as a teachers day as per his wish.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on September 5th, 1888 and since then, he earned an identity for himself. In his life term from 1888 to 1975, he set up various records like being the first vice president of India and the second president of India.    In 1965, a few of the students of Radhakrishnan, organised a gathering to pay obeisance to that Great Teacher of repute. It is in that meeting, Radhakrishnan expressed his wish of identifying his birthday, as the teachers day and pay homage to the great teachers of India and Bangladesh countries.   From 1967, September 5th is officially celebrated as the teachers’ day. Speaking about Radhakrishnan, whom Jawaharlal Nehru treats as a close friend, the latter said, “No doubt Radhakrishnan served the nation in many issue, but above all, he is loved as a teacher and his teachings to all of us cannot be erased that easy. It will continue to stay in the hearts, throughout the life. In fact, it is the country’s pride to honor such a great person as a President for a term.”     However, honoring Radhakrishnan did not stop after his death. Every year, he is being honored by the governments in some or the other way. In that sense, even this year, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi had already announced to introduce Rs.10 and Rs.125 coins for commemorating and honoring India’s pride Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.      On this auspicious occasion, let not stop with just wishing the great leader a happy birthday, but also follow his words and teachings and contribute our part in building up the nation.By Phanindra

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Punch to Narayana for commenting on Pawan September 04, 2015 16:57

News: CPI Narayana says Pawan Kalyan is an extra playerPunch: Pawan fans say, Narayana is not even that playerMoral: When dog knows that it is in Tiger cave, it should not bark  By Phanindra

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Kona Venkat - Busy man..!! September 04, 2015 15:23

Kona Venkat has been involved in multiple big movies this season which is keeping him very busy. After some disagreements with Srinu Vaitla over Baadshah movie, the team of Srinu Vaitla, Gopi Mohan and Kona Venkat have split briefly. Finally they come back together with intervention from Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan to work together for Ram Charan starring “Bruce Lee”.Apart from the regular script work he is involved in to, last year he ventured in to production with “Geethanjali”. This year he has invested good money in to Naga Chaitanya-Gautham Menon’s “Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo” and Nikhil starrer “Shankarabharanam”.He has been busy publicizing all movies equally and spending some good amount of time to project Nikhil’s film more out of rest of the big films too.We hear that Kona has a big role in the recent Birthdays turning in to publicity stunts to ensure all his movies are minting money for him and the producers. - Bharath

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Shankarabharanam - Big Heroes Bhajan’abharanam’ September 04, 2015 14:49

Nikhil is one hero whose career graph has been impressive since last two years, the scripts he has been choosing lately have been so different and novel that a part of the audience have developed interest in watching his movies.Post Happy Days, his choice of movies have not been of any help for his career. “Swamy Ra Ra” however has revived his career and since then there has been no looking back. Clearly Nikhil has taken extra care to ensure the next movies he chose are completely different from each other becoming a hatrick hero.His next movie “Shankarabharanam” is creating lot of buzz in trade circles and audience with some interesting details that have been coming out. With Nikhil being the lead actor, Nanditha (Prema Katha Chitram fame) is playing the female lead, the film is backed up by celebrated writer Kona Venkat.The title format has been quite telling if we observe the design closely with a huge fortress in the background, a shot gun and the title completely different. It is clearly going to have loads of action and as said by the film unit, it’s going to be a Crime Comedy. It’s going to be interesting to watch how the film will relate to its title.Having said all good things so far, Nikhil & Kona Venkat are doing a heavy publicity of the movie by releasing posters on every Big Hero Birthday recently to cash on the attention. A poster was released wishing Chiranjeevi on his Birthday, followed by Nagarjuna on his Birthday and went a step ahead by releasing a special song for Pawan Kalyan on his Birthday. Clearly, Nikhil is trying to make it big with the movie and jump in to the main league. - Bharath

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