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October 29, 2016

Amaravati, which is expected to be the new capital of Andhra Pradesh, has been grabbing headlines thanks to its major plans as well as the various initiatives being taken by the state government. After Andhra Pradesh and Telangana were divided, Hyderabad was taken away from the state. This was a crucial loss considering how it was the hub of IT and IT-enabled services. The Andhra Pradesh Re-Organisation Act 2014 says that Hyderabad will remain a [...]Read More

April 2, 2015
Amaravati: New Capital of Andhra Pradesh

On 1 April, 2015, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu announced that the state’s new capital city will be named after the historically significant city of Amaravati. In 2014, following the separation of Telangana from the state of Andhra Pradesh, both states had agreed to retain Hyderabad as a joint capital for a decade. It became apparent, though, that Andhra Pradesh would eventually need a new capital. This caused much dissent since Hyderabad, [...]Read More

May 23, 2014
What will be the new capital of Andhra Pradesh?

Andhra Pradesh has recently gone though a split with the formation of Telangana. Everything has been divided between the two states and now is the turn of forming a new capital for the leftover Andhra Pradesh. Hyderabad was the state capital of AP before division and at present it is a joint capital of the two states. So can it be kept as a state capital? But before the split, the government in the residual [...]Read More

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