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  • loksatta to go alone in andhra pradesh

    Loksatta to go alone in Andhra Pradesh

    India | April 06, 2014 10:32 IST

    Hyderabad : The Loksatta Party of bureaucrat-turned-politician Jayaprakash Narayan has decided to go alone in Andhra Pradesh with both the BJP and TDP not responding to its proposal for an alliance.The party will contest 50-60

  • lok satta party completes 7 years counts its achievements

    Lok Satta Party completes 7 years; counts its achievements

    India | October 02, 2013 8:13 IST

    Hyderabad :  Lok Satta Party yesterday said it had played a significant role in pushing through several measures for good governance in the seven years of its existence and added that it still had many

  • lok satta party s telugu tejam yatra deferred

    Lok Satta Party's 'Telugu Tejam' yatra deferred

    India | September 16, 2013 7:24 IST

    Kadapa (AP): Lok Satta Party yesterday put off its ongoing 'Telugu Tejam' yatra for forging amity among Telugu people till further notice.Lok Satta vice president B. Rammohan Rao who made the announcement here did not

  • naidu should be open to cbi inquiry into assets narayan

    Naidu Should Be Open To CBI Inquiry Into Assets: Narayan

    Politics | November 19, 2011 8:03 IST

    Mysore, Nov 19 : Lok Satta party president Jayaprakash Narayan on Friday  urged Telegu Desam Party chief Chandrababu Naidu to prepare himself to face CBI inquiry into his assets, instead of levelling charges that Kadapa

  • lok satta demands unconditional release of naidu others

    Lok Satta Demands Unconditional Release Of Naidu, Others

    Politics | July 20, 2010 16:58 IST

    Lok Satta Party president Jayaprakash Narayan on Tuesday  demanded Maharashtra Government to withdraw all charges against former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and his TDP colleagues and release them immediately and unconditionally.   Narayan, who spoke