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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Fans Uncomfortable For YSR's Comment On Chiru

Fans of Chiranjeevi are uncomfortable with the latest statement given by YSR with respect to Chiranjeevi's political entry.

Answering to a question YSR said, "There are many people in Congress now. The party is like a big ocean. We welcome Chiranjeevi into Congress if he wishes to enter politics. The party that is going to win in coming elections is only Congress. Who ever fights and whoever emerges as new party, the ultimate winner will only be congress. And coming to the position that we confer for Chiranjeevi if he comes to our party, we will see after discussing with all senior leaders".

YSR's statement ignited discomfort among many of the Chiranjeevi fans. Fans say that Chiranjeevi would never step into existing political parties but start a new party of his own. A private TV channel covered the statement given by Chiranjeevi fans as a news byte.

The fans have been worried to sit quiet until their star announces the party. Many of the fans are showing uneasiness towards the silence of Chiranjeevi about his political entry.

Telugu Ladies turnout to show Support for Chiru

Telugu Ladies turnout to show Support for Chiranjeevi in Houston, Texas

Progressive Telugu Forum( PTF),USA has organized one more event in Houston, Texas on 16th December( Sunday) as part of its national campain to bring Hope & Change in current political system in AP with the leadership of Chiranjeevi.

PTF National convenor Ram Tatineni conveyed the "Hope for AP with Chiranjeevi" message to audience who agreed instantaniously.

Houston PTF convenor Mr Ravi Sukkala convened the meeting comprising of many Houston area telugu families and prominet community activists and started the discussion.

Highlight of Houston meeting is the participation of telugu women and their willingness to discuss their ideas what Chiranjeevi's new party can do to AP.

Ladies strongly communicated the need for change in AP and adviced Chiranjeevi to be very cautious in accepting the politicians from other parties with charges of corruption/crime.

Houston telugu community leader Mr Subramanyam shared his ideas of what a new party should consider before joining main stream and expressed hope that Chiranjeevi would bring much needed change in AP politics.

All the attendees agreed on the following topics and expressed their confidence in leadership of Chiranjeevi to bring hope for AP.

1) Chiranjeevi should consider Corruption-Free-AP as the central theme of the new party
2) Chiranjeevi's new party should consider collaboration with Lok Satta as the later has lot of knowledge and expertize on creating a better governance.
3) New party should make all efforts to create "CIVIC Society" where all the citizens are treaded equally before law and guilty are punished without bias.
4) Primary education both in public/private sectors should be given top priority to reform/change and should be made a vehicle to launch a corruption free society by teaching the studens from beginning the values of CIVIC Society.
5) Law and order should be maintained with the highest level of professionalism so that everyone who try to commit any crime should think twice before do it including corruption.

Participants include Ravi Alluri, Venu Reddy, Ramesh Nannapaneni, Mahadev Kambhampati, Suresh Daggupati, Swamy Irranki, Sailesh Vangarpu,Vijay Kumar,Ravi Varre,Vinod Jamburi,Ashok Kumar,Kalyan Uppu,Veera Kota and many others.

Woman participants include SatyaRupa Kota, Naga Vani, Kalyani Vankadaru, Supriya ,Urmila Bathini and others.

Photos of the event can be viewd with this link below.


We are expecting more women and families turnout in our next meetings in Washington DC and NewJersey on next Saturday and Sunday .

We are organizing these meetings in San Fansico and Las Angles during the weekend of 12/29 and 12/30 and request telugu families to come forward and share their ideas for better AP with Chiranjeevi as leader.

For more information please visit www.chiruforap.com

Ram Tatineni
National Convenor
Progressive Telugu Forum

Jagan's Birthday celebrations by Charitable Trust

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Jagan Charitable Trust is planning several activities on the accassion of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's 35th birthday on 21st, December 2007 in Hyderabad and other districts of Andhra Pradesh. Jagan Charitable Trust started by Biyyapu Madhusudhan Reddy 3 years back and helping several needy and poor people in Andhra Pradesh. They Objectives are Conducting Blood Donation Camps, Medical Camps, Eye Operations, Eye Donation camps, Scholarships to Poor and bright students, Distribution of Self Employment Kits, Help to NGOs, Foundations, Orphanages, Oldage homes etc.

On the accassion of 35th Birthday of YS Jagan, Jagan Charitable Trust is planning a huge Peace Rally in Hyderabad from Lumbini Park to People Plaza(Neckalace Road) from 3 PM onwards. Around 50000 people are expected to participate. On this accassion several blood donations camps, medical camps being organized by YS Jagan Followers at various places in Andhra Pradesh. You are all requested to particiapate in various charity/voluntary activites conducted by Jagan Charitable Trust.

Sketches of muder suspects of AP students released

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In the first sign of a breakthrough, a four-agency task force hunting the killers of two Indian students at the Louisiana State University (LSU) has released sketches of two of the four black male suspects.

One of them is believed to have been the driver of a car seen at Edward Gay Apartments on the campus where the two doctotoral students, Chandrasekhar Reddy Komma, 31, and Kiran Kumar Allam, 33, were found shot dead on Thursday night.

Police believe up to four men might have been involved in the killings. They apparently came in an older model light-colored vehicle, a Oldsmobile Alero seen speeding away from the scene of the crime, Baton Rouge police spokesman Sergeant Don Kelly said on Monday.

The suspected get away driver was described as being a black man in his 20s with hair done in twists in rows. He was wearing a white hooded sweatshirt.

The second was described as a black man in his 20s or 30s, possibly older. He is between 5 feet 8 inches and 5 feet 10 inches tall with a muscular build and a receding hairline. He was wearing a white long-sleeve shirt with a high collar and dark jeans.

Both men were seen at the on-campus complex near West Roosevelt Street as early as 9 pm on Thursday, Kelly said. They might have been in the general area even earlier.

Investigators are currently working on the theory the men were scouting for an opportunity to rob someone and might have seen Komma arrive at the complex to visit his friend Allam, and may have followed Komma into Allam's apartment.

Komma and Allam were shot in the head, and one was bound. A call to 911 was made at 10:37 pm on Thursday when their bodies were found.

"These suspects should obviously be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached," police said seeking information from the public. The sketches have also been posted on the university website.

Meanwhile, two Indian diplomats Alok Pandey, first secretary at the Indian embassy in Washington and KP Pillai, consul at the mission in Houston, met Baton Rouge city's Mayor-President Melvin "Kip" Holden and Chief of Police Jeff LeDuff to learn more about the progress in investigations.

Holden assured the Indians that the task force - made up of the LSU Police Department, Baton Rouge Police Department, Louisiana State Police and East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office - is at it and they will bring the culprits to justice.

Thanks to the mayor's intervention, the coroner's office Monday issued death certificates of the two slain students. The funeral home too has released the embalmed bodies. With necessary formalities completed, the bodies are likely to be flown to India by the weekend, Pandey said on phone.

Komma's wife left for India on Sunday along with relatives and fiends. Parents and wife of Allam are scheduled to leave for India on Tuesday.

LSU has lowered the American flag on the Parade Ground to half-mast in honour of the slain students. The flag will fly at half-mast until 4:30 pm on Friday

The LSU Foundation has established the Komma & Allam Support Fund to assist the students' families.

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