18 Feb 2014
Hyderabad: A cabinet minister and three legislators of the ruling Congress party in Andhra Pradesh resigned on Tuesday to protest the state's proposed bifurcation.
05 Oct 2011
The ongoing 'struggle' for Telangana has sparked a turf war within the main political parties in Andhra Pradesh.
02 Nov 2012
Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde today said that discussions were continuing on Telangana and asserted that there was a need to be very careful before arriving at any decision on the separate statehood issue.
30 Apr 2012
Striking a defiant note, eight Congress MPs from Telangana region, who were suspended for four days last week, on Monday boycotted Parliament to protest against "suppressing" their voice for a separate state.
01 Apr 2012
A 23-year-old youth has allegedly committed suicide here on Sunday over "inaction" on part of politicians from the region in pursuing the cause, claimed the sources. The incident has occurred barely a week after an MBA student from Warangal in Andhra Pradesh ended his life over separate Telangana state.
26 Mar 2012
In what appears to be yet another suicide for the cause of separate Telangana, a man in his 30s, set himself ablaze reportedly shouting 'Jai Telangana' slogans in Public Garden at Hanamkonda near here on Monday.
03 Oct 2011
Stepping in to defuse the Telangana crisis, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said he understands the separate statehood demand and gave an assurance that the Centre will make all efforts to find a solution to the contentious issue soon.
30 Mar 2012
After disrupting the Question Hour in Lok Sabha and forcing adjournment of proceedings for an hour, Congress MPs from Telangana on Friday staged a sit in at the portico of the Parliament House voicing demands of forming Telangana a separate state.
07 Apr 2015
Hyderabad: Five persons, including founder of local militant group Tehreek-Ghalba-e-Islam (TGI) Viqaruddin Ahmed, were killed on Monday in an encounter with police in Telangana's Warangal district.
05 Feb 2011
Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and other pro-Telangana organisations on Saturday announced that they will start a "non-cooperation movement" from February 17 intensifying their agitation for Telangana.