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Andhra Pradesh , formerly known as Andhra State, is a state in the south-eastern coastal region of India. It is the seventh largest state by area covering an area of 162,975 km2 (62,925 sq mi) and tenth-most populous state, with 49,386,799 inhabitants.
The Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014, popularly known as the Telangana Act is an Act of Indian Parliament that bifurcated the state of Andhra Pradesh into Telangana and the residuary Andhra Pradesh state, due to the Telangana movement. The Act defined the boundaries of the two states, determined how the assets and liabilities were to be divided, and laid out the status of Hyderabad as the permanent capital of new Telangana state and temporary capital of the Andhra Pradesh state.An earlier version of the bill, Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2013, was rejected by the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly on 30 January 2014.
Andhra University is a public university located in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India. It was established in 1926.The University Presently is Offering 313 Courses in Arts, Commerce, Management, Science & Technology, Engineering, Law, Pharmacy and Education.
Andhra Bank was a medium-sized public sector bank (PSB) of India, with a network of 2885 branches, 4 extension counters, 38 satellite offices and 3798 automated teller machines (ATMs) as of 31 March 2019. During 2011–12, the bank entered the states of Tripura and Himachal Pradesh.
Andhra Christian Theological College is a seminary in Telangana which was founded in 1964. It is affiliated with India's first university, the Senate of Serampore College (University) (a university under section 2(f) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956), and has degree-granting authority under a Danish charter ratified by the government of West Bengal.
The Ikshvaku dynasty ruled in the eastern Krishna River valley of India, from their capital at Vijayapuri (modern Nagarjunakonda in Andhra Pradesh) during approximately 3rd and 4th centuries CE. The Ikshvakus are also known as the Andhra Ikshvakus or Ikshvakus of Vijayapuri to distinguish them from their legendary namesakes. The Ikshvaku kings were Shaivites and performed Vedic rites, but Buddhism also flourished during their reign.
The Andhra Pradesh Legislature is the state legislature of Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It follows a Westminster-derived parliamentary system and is composed of an appointed Governor, the indirectly-elected Legislative Council and the popularly-elected Legislative Assembly.
The Legislative Council of Andhra Pradesh or Andhra Pradesh Śāsana Mandali is the upper house of the legislature of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh; the lower house being the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly. It is situated in the state capital of Amaravati, and has 58 members.
The Andhra Pradesh Police Department is the official law enforcement agency of the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Public order and police being a state subject in India, the police force is headed by the Director general of police, Damodar Gautam Sawang.
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