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Kadapa bypoll: YS Jagan won by 5,45,672 majority

YSR Congress president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy has proved that he was the real heir to the political legacy of his father late chief minister YSR Reddy. He won the Kadapa Lok Sabha bypoll fray with an unprecedented majority of 5.45 lakh votes, breaking the record of the former prime minister P V Narasimha Rao’s victory in 1991 from Nandyal …

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Kadapa bypolls: 77.48% voting registered

Kadapa: The Kadapa Lok Sabha seat registered 77.48 percent polling in the bye-elections, Returning Officer Sasibhushan Kumar said here on Monday. Sasibhushan Kumar, who is also the District Collector, told reporters that as compared to the 2009 elections, the polling percentage in Kadapa has seen a rise of around two per cent. In 2009, 75.73 per cent polling had been registered. …

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The allegations are baseless: CEO

The bypolls were necessary following the resignations of the Kadapa MP, Mr Jagan Mohan Reddy and his mother, Ms Vijayalakshmi, who quit from Pulivendula, after parting ways with the Congress and launching their own political outfit, the YSR Congress Party. In Pulivendula, there was a fierce electoral battle for the legacy YSR for which his brother and former agriculture minister, …

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Kadapa bypolls: Poll observers appointed

Kadapa: Election Commission of India has appointed Kamal Kishore Singh, Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Bihar, as election observer, and Asutosh Rajahans, Joint Commissioner of Income Tax, Kolkata, as election expenditure observer for Kadapa Lok Sabha and Pulivendula Assembly constituencies, District Election Officer Shashi Bhushan Kumar said on Tuesday. The ECI also appointed liaison officers to assist election observers, he said

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Kadapa bypolls: Congress banking on caste, cash factors

KADAPA: The political scenario in Kadapa is gradually heating up as the the by-elections for the Pulivendula Assembly seat and Kadapa Lok Sabha seats is nearing. The ruling Congress, which is considering the Kadapa by-election as a matter of prestige, is marshalling all its resources and has deployed a quarter of its cabinet ministers in the district for campaigning to …

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14 AP ministers on One task for the next 25 days

Kadapa: At least half of Andhra Pradesh council of ministers (read as 14 for now) will focus their energies for the next 25 days on one task  leaving adminstartion aside — defeating YS Jagan in the by-election to the Kadapa Loksabha seat.   While seven ministers have been made in-charge of one Assembly segment each under Kadapa Lok Sabha constituency, …

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Final Electoral Rolls as on 5th Jan 2011

Final Electoral Rolls of Kadapa(YSR) District as of 5th January 2011. Booth (Polling Station) wise photo electoral rolls of Badvel, Kadapa, Jammalamadugu, Kamalapuram, Mydukur, Proddatur, Rayachoty, Rajampeta and Railway Kodur assembly constituencies.

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HISTORY OF KADAPA (YSR) DISTRICT

HISTORY OF KADAPA

Kadapa (Cuddapah) is considered one of the backward and perhaps also one of the most remotely situated districts of the State. One hardly realises that the tract covered by the district carries the foot prints of some of the most illustrious rulers of South India. Tipu Sultan, Haidar Ali, Sivaji, Krishnadevaraya, Pratap Rudra are some of the names associated with …

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YSR district acquired a unique record with 3 IPS officers

Kadapa: YSR district now acquired a unique record of having three IPS officers, including the Superintendent of Police. Congress government posted young IPS officer Vikram Jeet Duggal in Pulivendula on 10th January, in what is being seen as a bid to keep a tab on Kadapa former MP Y S Jaganmohan Reddy ahead of the impending bypolls. Kartikeya, an IPS …

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KC Canal – A major source of Irrigation

Kurnool-Cuddapah canal (KC Canal) off-takes from Sunkesula anicut on Tungabhadra River, traverses through Kurnool and Kadapa (Cuddapah) districts and finally terminates at Cuddapah. This canal is connected to the natural streams Nippulavagu, Galeru and Kunderu through controlling structures on these streams viz. Lock-In-Sula, Santajutur anicut and Rajoli anicut respectively. As a result, the nearby areas of these streams are benefited …

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