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Manohar creates record

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HYDERABAD: Deputy Speaker Nadendla Manohar created a record of sorts in the Legislative Assembly by officiating the proceedings all alone throughout the budget session which concluded on Tuesday.

Mr. Manohar has become the first Deputy Speaker to chair the proceedings throughout the session, which lasted close to 45 days, without any assistance in the form of panel Speakers.

Besides, the session had been a turbulent one from the day of its commencement on February 17 when Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan's address to the joint sitting of the Legislature witnessed unruly scenes. Following this incident, there have been noisy protests by Telangana legislators for several days and the just-concluded session would also be remembered for the first-of-its-kind ‘attack' on the TDP members by Minister Y.S. Vivekananda Reddy.

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