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THE TALE OF TWO STATES IN INDIA Reconciliation Scripting of History for Reunification

Author Name: Prof. Dr. D. Swaminadhan | Format: Paperback | Genre : History & Politics | Other Details

Erstwhile Andhra Pradesh takes pride in its rich historical and cultural heritage. Its history can give an idea of the glorious past the state has witnessed. Andhra Pradesh, whose recorded history begins in the Vedic period. To gain an independent state based on linguistic identity and protect the interests of the Telugu-speaking people, Potti Sreeramulu fasted to death in 1952. The Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014, commonly known as the Telangana Act, is an Act of the Indian Parliament that bifurcated the residuary Andhra Pradesh state as an outcome of the Telangana movement.

However, even after Seven years of Andhra Pradesh of bifurcation on June 2, 2014, both Telangana and the residuary state of Andhra Pradesh continue to suffer bifurcation blues as most of the promises made by the Centre to both the states in the AP Reorganisation Act, 2014, remaining unfulfilled. In addition, there is no reconciliation spirit on agreeing to share water and other assets among the two States. The non-fulfilment of promises made and not a full implementation of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act-2014, problems of water sharing, assets sharing and political differences, it looks wise to suggest for Reunification of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana into a giant Telugu State with the name “UNITED TELUGU STATES OF INDIA (UTSIND)”  with Hyderabad as its Capital City and Amaravathi as a second Capital City. Reunification of the two states solves all the problems they are facing. The book makes a case for forming the “UNITED TELUGU STATES OF INDIA (UTSIND)”, which will become the most developed South Indian State with its combined resources.


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PhD (England), D.Sc. (h/c), PhD (h/c), FIE, FNAE, FAPAS, FTAS, MISTE, MISCA, MIIPA.  

Global Chairman, World Intellectual Forum (WIF), Hyderabad, India; Chairman, Global Network for Peace, Disarmament and Development (GNETPEDAD), Hyderabad, India  Former Member, National Advisory Council, Govt. of India,   New Delhi. Former Member, Planning Commission, Govt. of India, New Delhi  Former Vice-Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad, India. Former vice-Chairman, A.P. State Planning Board, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, India.  Devarakonda Swaminadhan, born on Feb. 1, 1938, in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India, is a former member of the government of India’s planning commission and a distinguished engineer, technologist, educator, researcher and planner. He spent 55 years in the fields of higher education, engineering and technological education and research, educational planning, and administration with a sound academic foundation. He has a doctorate in structural engineering from Liverpool University, England. He is a fellow of many professional and scientific bodies and he has a clear foresight about the dynamics of the development of higher and technical education. Swaminathan's contributions to university-industry interaction have been well-recognized through his Swaminadhan Model for University-Industry-National R&D Laboratories-Professional Bodies and Scientific Academies Interaction for the country’s economic development. As the Global Chair, World Intellectual Forum(WIF), Hyderabad (6) he has suggested the Structure and Constitution for a New Democratic, Federal and Presidential form World Government as an alternative to  UNO.