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  1. Administrator ki tuppas leader ki distinction adey. India is a huge country and can absorb any over production with minimal losses by streamling a few things. But aa level lo think cheyali ga mana politicians. Extra money kood akkarledu just commitment vuntey saripoddi to understand the plight of people.
  2. Goats had a feast. He couldn't just leave them, as the ripe ones when rotten spoil the whole field. As with the oranges he could sell them after a long wait last week for a mere 20% of the price it was before lock down.
  3. On a personal note, my dads produce worth 8 lakhs fasak due to lockdown. Since we are doing well, he can bear the loss. Imagine the plight of those who aren't doing so well.
  4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eichhornia_crassipes
  5. The typical ruling party corruption..making/demanding money for works etc. I heard that sunita lost handle of things happening around her. Not sunita directly but mostly to do with the people surrounding her it seems.
  6. It will be interesting this time. I hear a lot of bad things about paritala family from friends. Hopefully cbn's hard work with irrigation projects negates it.
  7. Hope it doesn't hamper polavaram works.
  8. 2) not a big issue, our side projects can empty srisailam much faster if we wanted to at higher capacity levels. Even at lower levels too we have some capability with macchumarri but we can add more pretty quickly given how fast lift irrigation projects can be completed (pattiseema). Also with the whole NS and krishna delta dependency out of Krishna water, TG will fall in line with us. We just need to do that asap. 3) I don't think this will happen anytime soon. Kaleswaram effects choosaka they will reliaze and shut this off hopefully.
  9. Most of the people in rayalaseema region don’t expect water to be available for irrigating lands. As long as the ground water table is stable enough for agriculture, that's all they need. Filling up all the lakes in the districts would be a start in that direction, which is exactly what CBN is doing right now.
  10. Bro, I know NS right canal ppl are desperate for water. But I don't think there is any politics in it. Tg has control on it. There is nothing AP can do. Oka vela TG tho disco ki vellina, Ap larger interests lo compromise avvali TG tho. Inka water sharing for region antava, aa disco ki velthey evaridi hakku antey adi eppatiki theyladu...2-3 more years and cbn will sure find an alternative to NS right canal problems. There is nothing much that can be done about it other than requesting your mla's to pressurize government. Actually the current situation is a blessing in disguise to Rayalaseema region. Inni water vacchevi kadu ee situation lekapothey. Also mind you, most of the water taken to rayalaseema is used for filling lakes, not for direct irrigation like the case of delta.
  11. Asalu battalu vesukuntey kada expose cheyyataaniki
  12. Keep it coming for rayalaseema. Especially for anantapur entha vacchina thakkuve.
  13. More specifically Japan, Singapore and China !!!
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