Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Who will be the next MLA

'Eenadu' as a hardcore TDP supporter claiming that Nagam is going to be the next MLA of Nagarkurnool..!!
Let's see the article here..
Click here 

If it won't work then read the screen shots of the article

Sunday, April 12, 2009

MP elected candidates so far

Candidates elected for Nagarkurnool MP constituency so far

Nagarkurnool MP Constituency

Nagarkurnool MP Constituency is reserved for Sheduled caste people, this Constituency is one of the most under developed constituency in India(acc to Indiatoday survey).
due to the constituency delimitation Alampur,Gadwal and Wanaparthy MLA segments were taken off from Mahabubnagar MP  constituency and attached to Nagarkurnool, while Parigi went with Chevella,  Jadcherla and Shadnagar merged with Mahabubunagar  MP constituency.
So finally Nagarkurnool has these MLA segments.
Contesting candidates
1.Guvvala Balaraju -T.R.S
2.Tangirala Paramjyothi- B.S.P
3.Manda Jagannath- Congress(i)
4.T.Ratnakar- B.J.P
5.Devani Satyanarayana- P.R.P
        Independent candidates
7.Anaposala Venkatesh
9.S.P.Ferry Roy
10.Buddula Srinivas
11.A.V. Shivakumar
12.Sirigiri Mannem

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

This is the place where we have studied our 8th & 9th classes,these rooms are built with corrugated metal roof,cement plastered brick walls with out any window,with a huge entrance(have a look at those rooms...!!)but have lot of ventilation and controlled climate, coz they are surrounded by a grove.
This structure is right behind the main building,may be built to store building material,but eventually became class rooms.

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Raviteja School 10th class Room

This is the class room where we have  studied 10th class,a good place for learning and  many silly things...

have a look at those benches..they are getting old..like us...hahhhaaa...
remember those days... అబ్బాయిలు రాళ్లు..అమ్మయిలు మణులు..Sharma sir
open the lower window..no no..the upper one....u know that.. 
hindi sir..who was a deviant..botany..sheesha Madam..
maths ..srinu sir..hummmmm
who gave us contemporary education at that time..
many such memorable things happened there..
We can't easily forget those days..ha...

Monday, September 17, 2007

About Nagarkurnool, which was written by me in wikipedia...

Nagarkurnool is a town in Mahbubnagar district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the business and education centre for the surrounding villages and towns. Nagarkurnool is located in between 16.48 degrees northern longitude and 78.32 eastern latitude,this town is situated approximately 458.0 m above sea level. Nagarkurnool falls under semi-arid tropical regions.

Once it was the district headquarters, now it is a MP constituency and Revenue division.

Nagarkurnool was named after the Kings "Nagana" and "Kandana", the brothers who ruled the present Nagarkurnool and surrounding area. The village Naganool (which was named after "Nagana") is still existing, approximately 1 km south east of Nagarkurnool.

Between 100–200 years ago, Nagarkurnool was a main junction for transport. Farmers traveling this area would buy and apply kandena to their carts. Kandena is a greasy material applied to cart wheels to run smoothly. The name Kandanool (Ooru), which sells Kandena, eventually became Kurnool (Chinna Kurnool) and then Nagarkurnool.

Population is approximately 45,000, which includes surrounding hamlets Uyyalawada, Naganool, Endabetla and Sripur. Nagar Kurnool is popularly abbreviated as NKL or NGKL.

Nagarkurnool is a major grampanchayat. It is the second fully computerised panchayat office in Andhra Pradesh. Elections are held every 4 years to elect the Sarpanch.

The present Member of Legislative assembly of Nagarkurnool is Dr. Janardhan Reddy Nagam.

As of 2001 India census[1], Nagarkurnool had a population of 26,176. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%, as the people from many surrounding villages continuously magrating to Nagarkurnool for education and job opportunities the population is increasing day by day. Nagarkurnool has an average literacy rate of 71%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 79%, and female literacy is 62%. In Nagarkurnool, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Wow...am very pleased to post my first comment.....ummm..
Yeah..I wanna include all stuff like greatness,location,people,population, trends...Etc every thing in this, So if you like this let me know OK..Cheers