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Telugu, the official language of Andhra Pradesh, is described by C.P. Brown as the " Italian of the East ".
Andhra Pradesh is endowed with a variety of physiographic features ranging from high hills, undulating plains to a coastal deltaic environment.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Rayalaseema   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Coastal Andhra is an unofficial region of Indias Andhra Pradesh state.
It was the Capital of Andhra State from 1 October 1953 to 1 November,1956 and at present is the headquarters of Kurnool District.
Andhra Pradesh The Deccan Herald is the largest English-language daily newspaper in the state of Karnataka in India.
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 Information of Andhra Pradesh Land,Andhra Pradesh India Information,Tourist Information on Andhrapradesh India
It is an impossible-to-describe concoction of the potent and the subtle of Andhra Pradesh land.
Andhra Pradesh is encircled by Madhya Pradesh and Orissa in the north.
The topography of Andhra Pradesh is quite varied with dense forest in the north east, flat paddy lands in the coastal plains and several noteworthy beaches along the Bay of Bengal.
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 Temples of Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh is an illustration of the diverse styles of temple building in the Indian subcontinent.
Ahobilam is one of the most venerated Vaishnava shrines of Andhra Pradesh, enshrining nine forms of Narasimha.
Kotipalli (Kumararama) in coastal Andhra Pradesh is an ancient pilgrimage center, housing a shrine to Someswara.
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 Andhra Pradesh: basic information
Andhra Pradesh, state in southern India, bordered on the south by Tamil Nâdu state, on the west by Karnâtaka state, on the north and northwest by Mahârâshtra state, on the northeast by Madhya Pradesh and Orissa states, and on the east by the Bay of Bengal.
East of the mountains lies the coastal plain; to the west of the mountains is the upland Telangana Plateau.
Andhras were at the forefront of Indian nationalism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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 Andhra Pradesh - Information from Reference.com
Andhra Pradesh is the fifth largest state in India by area and fifth largest by population.
On November 1, 1956 Andhra State merged with the Telangana region of erstwhile Hyderabad State to form a united Telugu-speaking state of Andhra Pradesh and Hyderabad, the former capital of the Hyderabad State, was made the capital of the new state Andhra Pradesh.
The cuisine of coastal Andhra is reputedly the spiciest of all Indian cuisine.
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Andhra Pradesh is known for the famous Sri Venkateswara temple at Tirupati, Charminar, Salar Jung Museum, Golconda Fort in Hyderabad and Buddhist viharas at Nagarjunasagar.
History of Andhra Pradesh: Andhra Pradesh was, in fact, created by combining the old princely state of Hyderabad with the Telegu-speaking portions of the former state of Madras.
Culture of Andhra Pradesh: Beautiful crafts, vibrant religious festivals, a varied cuisine and the sonorant mother tongue, Telugu, are some of the indelible impressions of this state.
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 Andhra Pradesh Summary
Andhra Pradesh is the fourth-largest state in India, having a population of 75.7 million and covering 275,068 square kilometers in the southeastern part of India.
Andhra Pradesh was the first state in India to be formed on a purely linguistic basis in 1953 with the merger of Telugu-speaking areas of the Nizam's Dominions and Madras State, subsequently expanded to include more such territory in the aftermath of the States Reorganization Act of 1956.
On Nov. 1, 1956 in accordance with the recommendations of the State Reorganization Commission, Andhra State merged with the Telangana region of erstwhile Hyderabad State to form a united Telugu-speaking state of Andhra Pradesh, the former capital of the Hyderabad State, was made the capital of the new state Andhra Pradesh.
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 Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu
Andhra with its wide diversified farm base, is a foodgrain surplus state - often called the granary of south - but less advanced industrially than Tamil Nadu.
Andhra Pradesh (AP), with an area of 275,000 sq km is the fifth largest state in India (see Map 2).
The topography of the state comprises coastal plains in the east and hilly-forests and upland regions in the northern and western parts of the state.
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 Coastal leaders call for separate Andhra state
They chose the 34th death anniversary of 'Jai Andhra' movement protagonist and former minister Kakani Venkataratnam who died of shock at the height of separate Andhra agitation on December 25, 1972 when eight people were killed in police firing.
Reacting to the Vijayawada meeting, Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee president K Keshava Rao said that there was nothing wrong with the demand by coastal leaders for separate Andhra state when a similar demand was made for separate Telangana state.
He assured that the demand for separate Andhra and separate Telangana would be included in the agenda of APCC's two-day meeting (Medho Madhanam) on January 4 and 5 at Hyderabad.
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 Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper - India
Though authorities did not issue tsunami warnings and scientists at the National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI) said the Sunday night tremors, after the 7.2 underwater quake in the Nicobar island, were unlikely to trigger another tsunami, people in the coastal region spent the night in fear.
Cracks developed in some houses in north coastal districts of Srikakulam and Vijyanagaram.
The tsunami had claimed 105 lives in coastal Andhra, especially in south coastal districts.
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 Print Article - What the quota panel told the government
TDP president and Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has directed his party leaders in coastal Andhra and Rayalseema regions to launch an aggressive campaign against the Congress, which is desperately seeking to return to power after a gap of nine years.
Since the majority of seats come from Andhra (91 assembly and 13 Lok Sabha seats) and Rayalseema (56 assembly and eight Lok Sabha seats), the TDP is aiming to garner maximum advantage from its 'United Andhra Pradesh' slogan.
While fighting the elections on the slogan of 'United Andhra Pradesh' in coastal Andhra and Rayalseema, TDP is also trying to convince people of Telangana that the backwardness of the region could be removed only in an integrated state.
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 The Peninsula On-line: Qatar's leading English Daily
Meanwhile, floods in Andhra Pradesh claimed 31 lives during the last two days as rains continued for the third consecutive day and hundreds of villages in north Telangana and coastal Andhra Pradesh remained inundated.
Heavy rains in Orissa have triggered floods in rivers in Srikakulam district of north coastal Andhra Pradesh.
The north and south coastal Andhra Pradesh and Khammam district were the worst hit by the August floods.
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 Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh is the fifth largest state in India and it forms the major link between the north and the south of India.
The period of Andhra history, between 624 and 1323, spanning over seven centuries, is significant for the sea-change it brought in all spheres of the human activity; social, religious, linguistic and literary.
The cuisine of Andhra Pradesh is reputedly the spiciest of all Indian cuisine.
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 Cyclone threat in coastal Andhra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Hyderabad, Oct 30 (IANS) Coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh were on high alert Monday with the likelihood of a cyclonic storm hitting the coast between Ongole and Machlipatnam.
Several rivulets, ponds and irrigation tanks are overflowing in the coastal districts inundating low-lying areas.
The Andhra Pradesh coastline is prone to cyclones, especially during October-December.
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 Andhra Pradesh travel guide - Wikitravel
Andhra Pradesh is a state in Southern India.
Andhra Pradesh lies in the south eastern region of India, with Bay of Bengal on the east and shares boundaries with Orissa on the north, Tamilnadu on the south and Karnataka on the west.
The main airport in Andhra Pradesh is Hyderabad, although Tirupati also has a moderately busy airport.
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 The Telegraph - Calcutta : Nation
Chandrababu Naidu is working on a strategy to neutralise the impact the combine may have in coastal Andhra Pradesh and the Rayalaseema region.
The Desam won 29 of Andhra’s 42 Lok Sabha seats during the 1999 elections; the BJP won seven seats and the Congress five.
Desam insiders say those in the coastal and Rayalaseema areas are not as sensitive or emotional as their counterparts in Telengana.
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 H006: Fertility Decline in Andhra Pradesh: A Search for Alternative Hypotheses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Andhra Pradesh is one of the largest states in India and had a total population of around 66.5 million in 1991.
Andhra Pradesh was formed by amalgamating the Telugu-speaking areas of the Madras province under British India and the princely state of Hyderabad, which comprises the region of Telengana, one of the least developed regions at the time of independence.
Another possible explanation for the fertility decline in the coastal Andhra may be in terms of the geographical diffusion, which is observed in the entire coastal belt.
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 Andhra pradesh, India, India Travel Guide, Touring Places, States of India, Travel Agent, Indian Tour Operator, Andhra ...
The state of Andhra Pradesh is recognized variously—for its legendary dynasties, for its most revered temple, Tirupati, for its beautiful language, Telegu, which is often described as madhur or like honey, for its lacquer toys and beautiful weaves, rich literature and the vibrant Kuchipudi.
Located in South India, Andhra Pradesh is bounded by Tamil Nadu in the south, Maharashtra in the North and North-West, Madhya Pradesh in the North-East, Karnataka in the West, and by the Bay of Bengal in the East.
Andhra Pradesh was constituted as a separate state on October 1, 1953, comprising the 11 districts of the erstwhile Madras state, and made Kurnool the capital.
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 Tehelka - The People's Paper
Many years ago, different areas in Andhra had different cultivation patterns, millet in Telangana and Rayalaseema, and paddy, cotton, and chillies in coastal Andhra.
With plenty of water in the low-lying coastal areas, paddy was a favourite.
When the state of Andhra Pradesh was formed, decision-making passed into the hands of farmers from the coast who were powerful and rich from the money made from paddy.
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 The People's Commission On Environment & Development India
Andhra Pradesh, with 0.15 mha, has a network of 172 brackish waterbodies in 9 coastal districts.
The hatchery units are located in coastal areas of Visakhapatnam district while the farming units mostly along the creeks.
The Coastal Regulation Zone Notification stipulates that no permanent structure is permissible within 200 meters of the high-tide line and within 500 meters only semi-permanent structures are allowed.
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 Welcome to Andhravision - Tourism - Climate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The advent of the north-east monsoon is conspicuous over the southern coastal belt where the rainfall rises from 11 cm., in September to 23 cm., in October.
In the month of July, it rains in the central coastal belt, in September, in the northern districts of Srikakulam and Visakhapatnam, and in November in the southern districts of Guntur, Prakasam and Nellore.
Humidity is high in the coastal belt throughout the year with an average of 70 to 80 per cent in the morning and it decreases in the afternoon by 10 to 15 per cent in the areas away from the coast.
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 webindia123.com-Andhra Pradesh-Land
Andhra Pradesh is the fifth largest state in India and it forms the major link between the north and the south of India.
The state is dotted with hill ranges from the north to the south, running erratically down the middle of the country dividing it into western and eastern or coastal Andhra.
Andhra Pradesh has considerable topographical variations with dense forest in the north east, flat paddy lands in the coastal plains, several noteworthy beaches along the Bay of Bengal and the stark boulder-strewn region around Hyderabad.
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 Welcome To Nellore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
After the district came under the british administration the jurisdiction of the district did not undergo any major changes, but for the transfer of Ongole taluk in 1904 to guntur district when it was newly constituted.
Nellore district, is the southern most coastal district in Andhra Pradesh with Nellore as the District Head Quarters.
Culturally, Nellore city stands unique among the other towns of Andhra Pradesh as it is the place where the greatest of the Telugu poets, Tikkana Somayaji, translated the Mahabharata into Telugu, lived.
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 SEWABHARATHI.ORG   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Poorvi Andhra Pradesh Prant Dear All, This is regarding the massive under sea earthquake, which resulted in thousands of people homeless and killing hundreds of people in almost all the parts of Costal Andhra Pradesh and Tamil nadu.
At Singaraya Konda 2000 persons from the coastal villages are sheltered in a camp and arrangement for food and to attend their medical needs were done with the help of local rice millers and other philantrapic individuals.
Andhra Pradesh: In Andhra Pradesh Nellore, Prakasham, Krishna, East Godavari, Vishaka and Vijay Nagaram were the worst affected districts as per the preliminary information.
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Andhra Pradesh comprises of fertile coastal plains, semi arid Deccan plateau and the lofty hills capes of the Eastern Ghats.
Some of the incredible sights of Andhra Pradesh are the world's tallest masonry dam, million year old caves.
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 The Financial Express: Analysis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The agitation was mainly fanned by the cosmopolitan population of Hyderabad, Congress leaders like M Chenna Reddy, and the acquisition of land and vineyards, etc., by agricultural overlords from coastal Andhra.
Congress MLAs from Telengana, including the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee president, M Satyanarayana Rao, at one time a Telengana leader, joined the fray and is urging the high command to state the party’s stance on the issue.
In comparison, coastal Andhra has only the Visakhapatnam Steel Project, refinery, zinc smelter, shipyard in the public sector and a fertiliser, a paper mill, a couple of jute mills, a polymers plant in the private sector.
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