ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Beautifying Bombay at Cost of Poor

hatchetmen, D K Samara Simha Reddy, K Rosiah, R Chenga Reddy, Uma Venkatram Reddy and Damodar Reddy the chief minister appears to have come to terms with his political opponent as his mentor Rajiv Gandhi is no more. The inclusion of P V Ranga Rao is a foregone conclusion considering the support the chief minister receives from the prime minister Tor his political survival. A new group under Vijayabhaskara Reddy which so far had not been 'recognised' is awarded plum posts. With this he appears to have swung back to political centrestage after the party under his leadership had faced a disastrous defeat at the hands of Telugu Desam eight years ago. The boycott of the swearing-in ceremony of the new ministry by the PCC(I) chief V Hanumantha Rao, a BC leader, indicates the general disenchantment of the weaker sections with the new set-up.

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