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Live updates: What the Telangana panel report says

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Last Updated: Thu, Jan 06, 2011 15:07 hrs

Srikrishna report on Telangana released


8. 15 pm: Pro-Telangana students give bandh call on Friday

7.30 pm: Provide adequate political positions to Telangana people: Panel



7.00 pm: Srikrishna report favours setting up of TRC in united Andhra

6.30 pm: Separate Telangana could see more Maoist activity: Srikrishna

6.10 pm: We want Telangana at the earliest: BJP

5.50 pm: Andhra division not to solve backwardness problem: CPM

5.32 pm: We want Telangana at the earliest: BJP

5.10 pm: Balance tilting in favour of united AP, says committee

4.20 pm: Osmania University students protest Telangana panel report

3.31 pm: Srikrishna panel report directionless, says JD-U

3.02 pm: TRS rejects Justice Srikrishna panel report on Telangana

2.26 pm: The Telangana panel had rejected three of the six options it suggested. Read the full report here to find out why

1.02 pm: Congress MLA Uttam Kumar Reddy says only the option that talks about bifurcation of state into Andhra and Telangana with Hyderabad as the capital of Telangana is acceptable.

12.54 pm: Andhra Pradesh CPI leader B V Raghavulu says status quo should be maintained on Telangana issue and the Centre should come out with a solution.

12.43 pm: The Telangana report, submitted by the Srikrishna committee calls for a united Andhra Pradesh, but recommends several options to divide the state into Rayala-Telangana and Seemandhra.

Here are some of the options suggested by the panel:

1) Maintain a united Andhra Pradesh: But either the Chief Minister or Deputy CM must hail from the Telangana region.

2) Bifurcate Andhra Pradesh into Seemanthra & Telangana. Both regions will have their own capital and Hyderabad will be made a Union Territory

3)  Divide Andhra Pradesh into Rayaltelangana and Coastal Andhra. Hyderabad will be part of Rayaltelangana.

4)  Bifurcate Seemandhra & Telangana as per existing boundaries. Hyderabad to be capital of Telangana and Seemandhra to have its own capital.

5) Suggests a united Andhra Pradesh and the formation of a Telangana Regional Council.

6) Bifurcate Andhra Pradesh into Telangana and Seemandhra with provision to turn an enlarged Hyderabad into a union territory.


12.21 pm: Option 6: Suggests a united Andhra Pradesh with provision for Telangana Committee. (Source: CNN-IBN)

12.20 pm: Option 5 in Telangana report: Srikrishna report suggests an united Andhra Pradesh and the formation of Telangana regional council. (Source: CNN-IBN)

12.18 pm: Option 4 as per Telangana report: Bifurcate Seemandhra & Telangana as per existing boundaries. Hyderabad to be capital of Telangana and Seemandhra to have its own capital (Source: CNN-IBN)

12.15 pm: Option 3 in Srikrishna committee report: Divide Andhra Pradesh into Rayaltelangana and Coastal Andhra. Hyderabad will be part of Rayaltelangana. (Source: CNN-IBN)

12.10 pm: Telangana report: Another option suggested is that Andhra Pradesh be bifurcated into Seemanthra & Telangana with Hyderabad as Union Territory. Both regions to have own capital in due course. (Source: CNN-IBN)

12.09 pm: CNN-IBN reports: Telangana Report suggest a few options: OPTION 1: Maintain status quo. Either the Chief Minister or Deputy CM of Andhra Pradesh should be from Telangana

11.56 am: Read Telangana report with 'open mind': PC tells leaders

11.53 am: Regret boycott by some parties: Chidambaram

11.50 am: Hope for way forward: Chidambaram

11.30 am: Justice B N Srikrishna Committee report on the Telangana issue released

11.24 am: Urge parties to consider reports: HM

11.09 am: Home Minister Chidambaram's meeting over Telangana begins

11.08 am: A report in the Deccan Chronicle says the Union government may take up to six weeks to take a final decision on a separate Telangana state. The newspaper says that on Thursday, the government will only hand over copies of the Srikrishna Committee report to the representatives of the various political parties of Andhra Pradesh. Sources told the Chronicle that the Centre would give the political parties three weeks to study the report.

11.07 am: All-party delegation should have met on Telangana, Sitaram Yechury tells NDTV

10.05 am: Meeting to begin at around 11:30 am

9.37 am: BJP, TDP, TRS to skip crucial meet on Telangana

9.36 am: Home Minister's Telangana meet today

Also read: All-party meet convened to share Srikrishna report: Congress

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