Andhra Pradesh

Explainer: What is the Agri Gold scam, and why has it taken Andhra by storm?

It is a scam spread across many states, that involves several thousand crore rupees and duped 3.2 million people.

Woman techie, son from Andhra murdered in the US; village shrouded in grief

The woman's husband found the bodies when he returned home from work in the evening.

Andhra cracks down on highway liquor shops, all outlets served notice to shut by March 31

A new notification on licenses, valid from April 1, will automatically cancel the licenses of these highway outlets.

'Andhra Speaker working on behest of Naidu': YSRC to move no-confidence motion

YS Jaganmohan Reddy announced that his party has lost confidence in the Speaker.

Faced with fund crunch, these Dalit women running a monthly magazine in Andhra need your help

The magazine, with its writings on issues of gender, has empowered several women in Andhra's remote villages.

A Tale of Tonsure: The 20-year battle of Dalits from Andhra who asserted their political rights

What this tale so convincingly demonstrates is that most of India still continues to live, mentally at least, in the feudal times.

'Inside Tirumala Tirupati': National Geographic to release documentary on temple

The documentary will give viewers an in-depth access into the massive scale of operations in running the temple.

Andhra man allegedly beaten up at Tirumala queue, TTD denies charges

The man's family alleged that security personnel roughed him up after a brief argument.

An Amaravati of the future: Unmanned electric buses to ply in Andhra capital

Andhra CM Naidu said that only electric buses and vehicles will be permitted to ply in the city to prevent pollution.

How an Andhra software engineer moved back to his native village, and is developing it

Lakshmi Narasimha Ikkurthi aims to make Yazali in Guntur district a model village.

CBI arrests two Andhra SBI officials for misappropriating funds during demonetisation

A CBI official said the bank officials were booked for criminal conspiracy, cheating and criminal breach of trust.

Tirumala police busts racket that sold 'VIP darshan tickets' using fake recommendation letters

The kingpin was reportedly an employee of the TTD.

INS Viraat as a fancy hotel? No thank you, Centre tells Andhra

The Andhra Pradesh government had proposed to convert INS Viraat into an offshore luxury hotel.

New-born girl found abandoned in Vizag hospital after delivery

“No case has been registered, but the hospital authority has informed us,” said One Town police.

Andhra Assembly sees high drama, TDP and YSRCP leaders clash at media point

Total chaos prevailed as several legislators were seen pushing and pulling each other.

TDP-YSRCP clash in Krishna district leaves 34 injured

Out of 34 injured people, 14 were reportedly from Telugu Desam and 20 from YSRCP.

Naidu's 'tongue slip' riles up opposition: Andhra first in development, and corruption, he said

The remark wasn't noticed immediately, as the YSRCP was creating a ruckus in the Assembly

The AP growth story: How the state considerably improved its revenue after bifurcation

The question is whether the revenue growth will sustain, and how to add the revenue capacity to the state.

Big win for TDP in YSRCP stronghold, party bags all three MLC seats under local bodies quota

Jagan Reddy’s uncle and former Minister Vivekananda Reddy lost in Kadapa.

Charred body of a woman found at isolated place in Vizag

The woman is reportedly aged between 25 to 30, and police are yet to confirm her identity.

Five top Maoists surrender in Vizag citing 'ill-health' and 'harsh treatment'

One of the five Maoists had a bounty of Rs 4 lakh on her head.