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Balakrishna's Political Break February 21, 2024 15:57

Balakrishna's Political Break:- Nandamuri Balakrishna, the esteemed veteran actor, is renowned for his consistent work ethic and aversion to long breaks between films. After the release of his previous movie, Bhagawant Kesari, on the eve of Dasara last year, he immediately began shooting for his next project. This upcoming film is helmed by KS Bobby, the director known for Waltair Veerayya. However, the release date for this film has not been finalized, and the reason for this is as follows. Balayya has been tirelessly shooting for this movie throughout January and February, and it is expected to continue for another week. According to reports, the senior actor has planned to take a break of nearly three months starting in March 2024. This break is intended to allow him to focus on his political endeavors for an extended period. If the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) achieves a sweeping victory in the upcoming general election in Andhra Pradesh, it is likely that the esteemed Nandamuri star will be entrusted with more significant responsibilities, potentially even a Ministerial position. Considering his commitment to the Hindupur constituency and other election campaigns, Balayya does not wish to commence shooting until he is completely free. Due to the uncertainty surrounding Balayya's availability for shooting, the makers of the film have refrained from announcing a release date for #NBK109 during Dasara, according to insiders.

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Revanth Reddy gets nod from Centre for RRR to turn NH February 21, 2024 14:20

Revanth Reddy gets nod from Centre for RRR to turn NH:- The southern portion of the Hyderabad Regional Ring Road (RRR), which spans 182 kilometers and passes through Choutuppal, Amangal, Shadnagar, and Sangareddy, is set to be designated as a national highway by the government. This comes after the recent announcement declaring the northern section of the RRR, which stretches 158 kilometers, as a national highway. On Tuesday, Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy requested Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, to also declare the southern part of the RRR as a national highway. Gadkari responded positively to the Chief Minister's request and instructed the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to develop proposals for declaring the southern section of the RRR as a national highway. ??? ?????Telangana Chief Minister Shri @revanth_anumula Ji called on Union Minister Shri @nitin_gadkari Ji in New Delhi today. They discussed the progress of ongoing National Highway projects in the state of Telangana. pic.twitter.com/YBgUBO6j0u — Office Of Nitin Gadkari (@OfficeOfNG) February 20, 2024 This declaration will allow the government to cover the project cost and 50% of the land acquisition costs. Additionally, Gadkari agreed to cover the expenses, amounting to nearly Rs 200 crore, for relocating utilities that are obstructing the construction of the northern part of the RRR. During their discussion, the Chief Minister and the Union Minister also addressed the ongoing dispute between the Centre and Telangana regarding the removal of utilities along the alignment of the RRR's northern part, specifically from Choutuppal to Kandi via Bhuvangiri and Toopran. The government was requested to cover the expenses of relocating the utilities. However, the state government refused to agree, resulting in an ongoing deadlock. After assuming his position in December 2023, Revanth Reddy wrote a letter to the NHAI, stating that he would take responsibility for the costs of moving the utilities. On Tuesday, Gadkari questioned NHAI officials about the matter and reprimanded them for expecting the state government to cover the shifting expenses. Gadkari explained that if the state government were to bear the costs, half of the toll revenue would have to be given to them. Gadkari assured Revanth Reddy that the central government would cover the expenses of relocating the utilities and urged him to expedite the land acquisition and procedural processes for the construction of the RRR. During the meeting, which lasted approximately one-and-a-half hours, Revanth Reddy highlighted the difficulties faced in expanding national highways. (Video Source: Zee Telugu News)

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Virat Kohli and Anushka welcome Baby Boy February 21, 2024 13:30

Virat Kohli and Anushka welcome Baby Boy:- Indian cricket player Virat Kohli and actress Anushka Sharma have shared the joyful news of their second child's arrival. The baby boy, named Akaay, was born on February 15th. In a statement posted on their social media accounts, the couple kindly requested privacy during this special time. Kohli and Anushka, who tied the knot in 2017, also celebrated their daughter Vamika's third birthday on January 11th, 2024. It's worth noting that in 2021, Kohli prioritized his family and returned home after the first Test match against Australia to be with his wife for the birth of their first child. Initially, he withdrew from the first two Tests against England, but then decided to withdraw from the entire series due to personal reasons, with the support of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The news of Kohli and Anushka's second child was first revealed by AB de Villiers on his YouTube channel. He suddenly changed his stance and admitted to being clueless about the reason behind Kohli's decision to take a break. "With abundant happiness and our hearts all of love, we are pleased to inform everyone that on 15th February, we welcomed our baby boy Akaay & Vamika's little brother into this world! We seek your blessings and good wishes in this beautiful time in our lives. We request you to kindly respect our privacy at this time. Love & Gratitude. Virat & Anushka" posted the couple on their official social media pages. pic.twitter.com/BgpfycayI4 — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) February 20, 2024

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Alla Ramakrishna Reddy returns back to YSRCP February 21, 2024 13:00

Alla Ramakrishna Reddy returns back to YSRCP:- In an interesting twist in the political realm, Alla Ramakrishna Reddy, the MLA of Mangalagiri, has returned to the YSRC party in the presence of Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy. Previously, Ramakrishna Reddy had left the YSRC and joined the Congress when Y.S. Sharmila, Jagan Mohan Reddy's sister, became the president of the APCC. Political circles view Ramakrishna Reddy's decision as a prodigal son returning home. Accompanied by his brother, Rajya Sabha member Alla Ayodhya Rami Reddy, and YSRC Mangalagiri incharge Ganji Chiranjeevi, Ramakrishna Reddy met the CM at Tadepalli on Tuesday to rejoin the YSRC party. Ramakrishna Reddy expressed his support for Sharmila's 3,600-km padayatra in Telangana. When her YSR Telangana Party failed to make headway and she was unable to join the Congress in Telangana, Sharmila agreed to become the president of the AP Congress unit to revive the party. Ramakrishna Reddy openly declared his support for her and began associating with the Congress. Ultimately, he decided to part ways with Jagan Mohan Reddy and switch to the APCC. Ramakrishna Reddy felt stifled in the Congress and made the decision to withdraw his support. On Tuesday, he reached out to Jagan Mohan Reddy and expressed his commitment to assist the party in the upcoming elections. Ramakrishna Reddy acknowledged the YSRC for granting him the opportunity to be elected as an MLA twice. He emphasized his strong affinity for the YSRC, which prompted his return to the party. Ramakrishna Reddy predicted that Lokesh would face defeat in Mangalagiri once again, this time at the hands of a BC leader. He expressed regret for his two-month absence from the YSRC and declared his determination to secure victory for the party in Mangalagiri. Praising Jagan Mohan Reddy, Ramakrishna Reddy likened him to his father, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, and commended his leadership. Ramakrishna Reddy deferred the decision on the candidate for Mangalagiri to the party leadership, and expressed his willingness to contribute wherever his services were required. (Video Source: NTV Telugu)

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Sithara Entertainments bags the rights of Bramayugam February 19, 2024 19:19

Sithara Entertainments bags the rights of Bramayugam:- Top production house Sithara Entertainments is busy with a dozen films that are in various stages of production. S Naga Vamsi is also distributing the films from neighbouring languages. He distributed Vijay's Leo last year and the film ended up as a decent hit. Malayalam critically acclaimed film Bramayugam featuring Mammootty is doing wonders at the Kerala box-office and Sithara Entertainments acquired the Telugu theatrical rights of the film. We are extremely happy to announce that we will be releasing the recent blockbuster of Legendary actor, our @mammukka's #Bramayugam (Telugu) in AP & TS https://t.co/r6jYO7xh0Z Come dwell into a never-before horror experience from 23rd February at a theatre near you.… pic.twitter.com/Nxqfa3dmNx — Sithara Entertainments (@SitharaEnts) February 19, 2024 "We are extremely happy to announce that we will be releasing the recent blockbuster of Legendary actor, our @mammukka's #Bramayugam (Telugu) in AP & TS" told the official statement of Sithara Entertainments. Bramayugam will have a release on February 23rd in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The film is a dark horror thriller directed by Rahul Sadasivan. Mammootty's performance has been widely appreciated by the audience and the film is minting massive money. Night Shift Studios and YNOT Studios are the producers.

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All about Endometriosis in Women February 19, 2024 18:59

All about Endometriosis in Women:- Excessive menstrual bleeding, also known as menorrhagia, can have a significant impact on a woman's overall well-being. It is characterized by periods lasting longer than 7 days or having an abnormally heavy flow. Additionally, frequent and irregular menstrual bleeding, occurring less than every 21 days, can also negatively affect a woman's quality of life. There are various underlying conditions that can lead to heavy menstrual bleeding, such as fibroids, polyps, uterine cancer, pelvic inflammatory disease, adenomyosis, and endometriosis. These conditions can cause abnormal bleeding patterns and may require medical attention. It is important for women to be aware of the signs and symptoms of excessive menstrual bleeding, as they should not be ignored. Warning signs include the need to change pads or tampons every hour or two, passing large blood clots, and experiencing prolonged periods lasting more than a week. These symptoms could be indicative of endometriosis, a chronic condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the womb. Dr. Neha Gupta emphasizes the importance of recognizing changes in menstrual patterns, especially if painful cramps worsen over subsequent cycles and are disproportionate to the amount of flow. This could be a sign of endometriosis, which, if left undiagnosed, can lead to chronic pelvic pain and other complications. Dr. Seema Sehgal highlights that endometriosis affects around 1 in 10 women during their reproductive years and can cause a range of symptoms, including pelvic pain, fertility issues, and abnormal menstrual bleeding. The abnormal growth of tissue outside the uterus can lead to inflammation, scarring, and adhesions, disrupting the menstrual cycle. In summary, heavy or irregular menstrual bleeding should not be dismissed as a normal inconvenience, as it could be a signal of an underlying health issue like endometriosis. Seeking timely medical attention and diagnosis is crucial in managing these conditions and maintaining overall reproductive health.

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Kodali Nani gets a Shock in Gudivada? February 19, 2024 18:44

Kodali Nani gets a Shock in Gudivada?:- The potential decision by YS Jagan to not field Kodali Nani as the YSRCP candidate from Gudivada in the upcoming elections has certainly raised eyebrows and sparked speculation within the political circles. Kodali Nani's strong presence and impactful rhetoric have made him a notable figure in the party, particularly in countering the opposition. His loyal support and vocal advocacy for Jagan have played a significant role in the party's strategy. The reported survey findings indicating the TDP's lead in certain areas have likely prompted this strategic reevaluation by Jagan. By considering a candidate from the BC category for Gudivada, Jagan may be aiming to strengthen the party's position in response to the evolving political landscape. Should Kodali Nani be sidelined as a candidate, it will be interesting to observe his next steps and reaction to the decision. The possibility of him contesting independently or aligning with another political group adds an element of uncertainty to the situation, further intensifying the intrigue surrounding the YSRCP's internal dynamics and the approaching elections. The outcome of this decision could have a significant impact on the political landscape in the region and on the YSRCP's electoral prospects. (Video Source: TV5 News)

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Revanth Reddy to carve out new city near ORR February 19, 2024 13:32

Revanth Reddy to carve out new city near ORR:- The state government has announced plans to create a new city near the Outer Ring Road in Hyderabad, in addition to the existing tri-city area. This move will establish Hyderabad as a significant urban center in the country. Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy emphasized his government's commitment to prioritizing pollution-free industries and developing the necessary infrastructure for health and sports in the new city. He also mentioned that the new city will be connected to the metro services. During the inauguration of the Telangana State Fire Services headquarters, Revanth Reddy clarified his government's policy of focusing on multiple pollution-free Pharma Villages rather than a mega Pharma City, as proposed by the previous administration. He also criticized the former chief minister for disregarding the advice of irrigation experts when planning the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Scheme. In contrast, Revanth Reddy stressed the importance of careful consideration before making any decisions. నానక్ రామ్ గూడలో తెలంగాణ స్టేట్ ఫైర్ సర్వీసెస్ హెడ్ క్వార్టర్స్ బిల్డింగ్ ను ప్రారంభించిన ముఖ్యమంత్రి శ్రీ @Revanth_Anumula గారు. pic.twitter.com/O9Hj27ZSgI — Telangana CMO (@TelanganaCMO) February 18, 2024 Revanth Reddy expressed his intentions to further develop Hyderabad and elevate the city to a greater level. He emphasized the significant progress made in the past 30 years, positioning the city as a competitor among global metropolises. The government's main focus is maintaining law and order to attract more investments, and to achieve this, they plan to create a comprehensive 'Mega Master Plan 2050' for the development of all regions in the state. These regions will be classified as urban, semi-urban, or rural, and developmental projects will be undertaken accordingly. Additionally, Revanth Reddy commended the crucial role of firefighters in promptly responding to emergencies, acknowledging their willingness to put their lives at stake to protect others.

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Naveen Patnaik, the most popular Chief Minister of India February 19, 2024 13:19

Naveen Patnaik, the most popular Chief Minister of India:- Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, has secured the second spot in a recent survey that assessed the popularity and acceptance of India's chief ministers. Naveen Patnaik, the Chief Minister of Odisha and leader of the BJD party, claimed the top position as the most popular leader. The survey revealed that Patnaik had a popularity rating of 52.7%, while Adityanath followed closely with a rating of 51.3%. Himanta Biswa Sarma, the Chief Minister of Assam, known for his passionate speeches and pro-Hindu stance, was ranked third in the list with an impressive rating of 48.6%. The survey also determined that Bhupendra Patel, the Chief Minister of Gujarat, and Dr. Manik Saha, the Chief Minister of Tripura, secured the fourth and fifth positions respectively, with popularity ratings of 42.6% and 41.4%. Naveen Patnaik, one of the founding members of the BJD party, has served as the Chief Minister for 22 years. Yogi Adityanath, the 22nd chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, made history in the 2022 UP Assembly Elections by winning a second consecutive poll and serving as chief minister for a second time. In March 2023, Manik Saha, a dentist-turned-politician from the BJP, led the party to victory in Tripura and was sworn in as Chief Minister for a second consecutive term. Saha, a dental surgeon who joined the BJP in 2016 after leaving the Congress, became the party's state chief in 2020 and was elected to the Rajya Sabha in March 2022.

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AP Alliance: Seat Sharing nears Finalization February 19, 2024 13:07

AP Alliance: Seat Sharing nears Finalization:- The alliance between the Telugu Desam, Jana Sena, and the Bharatiya Janata Party in Andhra Pradesh is steadily progressing towards realization, as agreement is reached on seat-sharing and the two smaller partners defer the final decision to the larger party. While the leaders of the AP BJP initially proposed 10 Lok Sabha and 20 Assembly seats, the party's Central leadership has informed N. Chandrababu Naidu, the TD chief, that they are more concerned with securing seats where their chances of winning are high, rather than insisting on specific numbers. After the national convention on Sunday, the BJP Central leadership is expected to hold further discussions with the state party leaders, and the formal announcement will be made following the party Parliamentary Board meeting on Monday. Dr Vinusha Reddy, the spokesperson for the AP BJP, confirmed that the party's highest decision-making body will make a decision within the next day or two, and notably did not rule out an alliance with the TD. She emphasized that the TD was able to win in 1999 and 2014 due to the support of the BJP voters. In order to gain an advantage, TD is once again seeking support from the BJP. "The BJP is highly sought after in AP, and both TD and YSRC have been making efforts to gain favor with our party," she stated. According to sources, the BJP will be given the Araku seat, which is reserved for Scheduled Tribes communities, as well as the Tirupati seat, which is reserved for Scheduled Castes communities. Additionally, it is likely that former chief minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy will contest from the Rajampet seat. While it is unclear which Lok Sabha seat she will contest from, the Central leadership is interested in fielding AP state president D. Purandeswari. Four other BJP leaders - K. Raghurama Krishnam Raju (Narsapur), Y.S. Chowdary (Eluru/Vijayawada), Satya Kumar (Anantapur), and Swami Swaroopananda (Hindupur) - are reportedly vying for the fifth seat.

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