Dear Team, The first campaign that Lok Satta launched in Mumbai was in 2002, prior to Maharashtra Assembly elections. This campaign was launched in collaboration with ...

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Harvard honored Dilip making waves A fascinating story of yet another PFL member who has relocated to India to serve people in Malkajgiri, Hyderabad. ...

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An inspiring journey of a PFL member from Houston to Sanathnagar    visit for details

Read more Click on the image for a clear understanding of the importance of absentee voting facility. All NRI’s have to raise their voice through ...

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What are the developmental activities? Check the must watch video KP kosam JP. Want to know more? Check the first ever site for a constituency by an MLA in ...

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Rajani will be in India until elections

Rajani Karuturi (PFL President) traveling to India to work for the Loksatta Party full time until elections.

Loksatta solution on state bifurcation process

 Watch video of Loksatta solution on state bifurcation process

Hyderabad, January 18, 2014: Extending support to formation of separate Telangana State, Lok Satta Party chief and MLA Dr Jayaprakash Narayan here on Saturday urged the Centre to accord special status to backward areas in the Rayalaseema region or form it as a State. Participating in the debate on the draft Telangana Bill in the Assembly, Dr Jayaprakash Narayan said Rayalaseema, which was more backward than the Telangana and Coastal Andhra regions would face severe losses due to State bifurcation.

10/100/1000 Campaign for 2014 Elections

Dear Friends,

With support from our own team members that are part of AAP campaign and renewed support from LSP national team, We are kick starting campaign for 2014 elections. Elections are likely to be held on April 10th. So, let's commit next 100 days, to make a difference in AP politics.

Save Schools Project - Give a chance to girl students who want to study and achieve their dreams in Malkajgiri Constituency.

Educationists see a direct link between high dropout rates and absence of toilets in schools. It may sounds incredible, but that’s the bitter truth of a ‘happening’ city which takes pride in hosting global conferences. Data shows “Nearly 65 per cent of girls’ schools have no toilets” in Hyderabad. If you have tears, prepare to shed them now. Yes, the state of government schools in the city warrants an emotional outburst. If they remain unattractive and appalling, it is more for want of basic amenities than any pedagogic lapse.