Amravati


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Amravati

(əmräv`ətē), city (1991 pop. 421,576), administrative headquarters of Amravati district, Maharashtra state, central India. The city is a growing industrial center, with major industries in cotton milling.
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Amravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], July 12 ( ANI ): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu has predicted that he sees state capital Amravati emerging as a world class global city in the not too distant future.
1,000 crore, soon for transforming Amravati into a world class global city," Naidu told ANI in an exclusive interview.
Now, I am going to develop Amravati as a green capital city, and naturally, it will be a better city.
That's why I have asked the Amravati district collector and local municipal commissioner to send me detailed reports," State Election Commissioner Neela Satyanarayan said.
The Gudgenagar police in Amravati district in Vidarbha region intercepted the vehicle on Sunday.
After remaining silent for several hours, Amravati Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar finally disclosed on Sunday evening that the money was being taken to Amravati for use during the Amravati Municipal Corporation (AMC) election and that he had received a fax from the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee confirming that the amount belonged to the party.
Amravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], July 12 ( ANI ): Criticising the opposition in the Andhra Pradesh State Assembly for instigating, inciting and encouraging their supporters to be disruptive, Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu has said that each and every crisis created by the latter will be converted into an opportunity by his government for the general public.
The statement came even as Naidu talked about his government's plans about developing Amravati as a world class city and of the benefits of the land pooling scheme which is expected to give a major boost to infrastructure projects.
Many global education institutions, international hotels, IT companies and world class infrastructure are coming here in Amravati now.
Rajendra or Raosaheb got the ticket to represent the Amravati constituency after an intense scuffle with Maharashtra Minister of State for Finance Sunil Deshmukh, who won it by over 32,OOO votes in 2004.
Despite enjoying a popular support in Amravati, Deshmukh was replaced by the novice Raosaheb as he is the president's son.