Raju

The Raju (or Rajulu) are a Telugu caste inhabiting Andhra Pradesh, India.

Read more about Raju:  Etymology, Ethnonyms, History, Gotras, Modern Community

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Satyam Scandal - Analysis
... and it is back to square one for the common man.The fraud done by Ramalinga Raju is one more wake up call to our rather callous and laid back fellow Indians ... Raju came out with an admission of his guilt and wrongdoings by way of a five page letter drafted for his board members, the authorities took a full 3 days to initiate any legal action against ... our senses.At long last the AP police have taken action and arrested Ramalinga Raju, Rama Raju his brother, and V ...
Satyam Scandal - Background
... Ramalinga Raju- founder and former chairman of Indian IT giant Satyam Computer Services- was one of these new millionaires ... family with an American MBA degree and a 1999 Ernst Young entrepreneur, Raju started Satyam and worked his way to make the company a top 5 Indian IT firm with clients in 60 countries ... Along the way Raju picked up CNBC's Asian Business leader - Corporate Citizen Award and 1,000 designer suits, 321 pairs of shoes, 310 belts ...
Chirosathi - Plot
... Raju an orphan youngster brought up by his aunt Namita ... Mohim), Raju arrives at Riya’s residence in disguise with the help of Mahendra Roy’s estranged young brother Pratap Roy ... Within days Raju gets success by associating with Riya’s joint family ...
Ambalavanar Neminathan
... May 1961 – 25 August 2002 commonly known by the nom de guerre Raju) was a leading member of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), a separatist ... after the Black July riots of 1983, taking on the nom de guerre Raju ... Raju served as the head of the LTTE's Engineering Corps ...
Raju - Modern Community
... During this time many Raju zamindars donated their property and land liberally for the upliftment of poor and education ... Maharaja PVG Raju donated his Royal State to Republic of India ... Institute in 2002 described the Rajus of Andhra as a peasant caste and noted that along with the Kapu and Vellamar they were "important communities with considerable political significance in the State ...