Winner of General Elections 2009 in Hyderabad is ASADUDDIN OWAISI (AIMIM)

Updated Election Results Details of Hyderabad

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Asaduddin Owaisi AIMIMKite3-6-49 Hyderguda Hyderabad308061
Zahid Ali Khan TDPBicycle4-11-55 M.M.Pahadi Attapur Rajendranagar R.R.District194196
P. Laxman Rao Goud INCHand7-1-1016/7 Backside Green Hotel Monda Market Secunderabad93917
Satish Agarwal BJPLotusPlot No.6/B Amarjyothi Colony New Bowenpally Secunderabad-1175503
Fatima .a PRAPRailway Engine6H B-Block Samrat Complex Saifabad Hyderabad24433
P. Venkateswara Rao PPOITelevisionH.No.6-3-1211NGOs ColonyVanasthalipuram Hyderabad-7013085
Md. Osman INDSaw18-7-198/E/1 Aman Nagar (B) Yakutpura Hyderabad2791
Samy Mohammed BSPElephant8-2-326/2 Road No.3 Banjara Hills Hyderabad2149
M.a. Basith INDRoad Roller20-2-930/1 Dood Bowli Hyderabad2130
S. Gopal Singh ABJSCoconut13-1-1146/A/76 Mahalaxmi Nagar Kummarwadi Hyderabad2049
B. Ravi Yadav INDAlmirah9-1-333/F/21 Laxminagar Langer House Hyderabad2008
D. Surender TPPPScissors20-1-622/45 S.V.Nagar Puranapul Hyderabad1713
Taher Kamal Khundmiri JD(S)Camera18-12-418/D/9/3/1 Hafeez Baba Nagar Hyderabad1620
M.a. Habeeb INDGas Cylinder18-8-245/21 Backside Masjid Sardarunnisa Lane Moin Bagh Habeebnagar Bandlaguda Hyderabad1132
Syed Abdul Gaffter INDBanana18-7-425/643 Nasheman Nagar Bhavani Nagar Hyderabad1037
Zahid Ali Khan INDBatsman16-3-505/3 Chanchalguda Hyderabad953
Altaf Ahmed Khan INDBat5-6-280/13 Nampally Hyderabad797
N.l. Srinivas INDNagaraH.No.5-9-24/24 New M.L.A. Staff Quarters Adarshnagar Hyderabad-63771
Al-kasary Moullim Mohsin Hussain INDBreadH.No.19-3-528/1/47/A Jahanuma Hyderabad655
M.a. Quddus Ghori INDCandlesH.No.20-7-480 Taleem-e-Mallad Petla Burj Hyderabad558
Sardar Singh INDBasket9-1-37/1 Prashant Nagar Langer House Hyderabad523
M.a. Sattar INDLetter Box18-12-418/H/8/1 Hafeez Baba Nagar Chandrayanagutta Hyderabad522
D. Sadanand INDBalloon23-4-227/5 Sultan-Shahi Hyderabad505
Total Votes731108

Hyderabad as known as Bhagyanagar (City of Fortune), is the capital city and most populous city of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The city of Hyderabad has an estimated population of about 7 million. The city has thus been classified as an A-1 status city joining the list of other A-1 cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Bangalore. Hyderabad is known for its rich history, culture and architecture representing its unique character as a meeting point for North and South India, and also its multilingual culture, both geographically, culturally and intellectually. Also known as The City of Nizams and The City of Pearls, Hyderabad is today one of the fast developing cities in the country and a modern hub of Information Technology, ITES and Biotechnology. Hyderabad has become a preferred conference venue in India, with many conferences and meetings taking place in the city. The city is home to the world's largest film studio, the Ramoji Film City as well as the second largest film industry in the country, the Telugu Film Industry known popularly as Tollywood. The city is also known to be a sporting destination with many national and international games conducted here. The people here are called Hyderabadis. The city is regarded as a blend of traditionality with modernity.


[edit] Etymology

Theories explaining the origins and etymology behind Hyderabad's name differ. A popular theory suggests that after founding the city, Quli Qutb Shah fell in love with and married a local Banjara girl known as Bhagmathi or Bhagyavathi naming the city, Bhagyanagaram. Upon her conversion to Islam, she changed her name to Hyder Mahal and thus the city was named Hyderabad (literally, "the city of Hyder").[2]

[edit] History

Although Hyderabad was founded less than 500 years ago, archaelogists have unearthed Iron Age sites near the city that could date back to 500 BC. Approximately, a 1000 years ago this region was ruled by Kakatiyas. Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, a ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty the ruling family of the Golconda, previously a feudatory of Bahmani sultanate that declared independence in 1512, founded the city of Hyderabad on the banks of the Musi River in 1591;[4] to relieve water shortage the dynasty had experienced at their old headquarters at Golconda.[5] He also ordered the construction of the Charminar, the iconic monument of the city, in 1591, reportedly in gratitude to the Almighty for arresting the plague epidemic before it did irreversible damage to his new city.[6] The Mughal emperor Aurangzeb captured Hyderabad in 1687 and during this short Mughal rule, Mughal-appointed governors of the city soon gained autonomy. In 1724, Asaf Jah I, who was granted the title Nizam-ul-Mulk ("Governor of the country") by the Mughal emperor, defeated a rival official to establish control over Hyderabad. Thus began the Asaf Jahi dynasty that ruled Hyderabad until a year after India's independence from Britain. Asaf Jah's successors ruled as the Nizams of Hyderabad. The rule of the seven Nizams saw the growth of Hyderabad both culturally and economically. Hyderabad became the formal capital of the kingdom and Golconda was almost abandoned. Huge reservoirs, like the Nizam Sagar, Tungabhadra, Osman Sagar, Himayat Sagar, and others were built. Survey work on Nagarjuna Sagar had also begun during this time; the actual work was completed by the Government of India in 1969. The wealth and grandeur of the Nizams is demonstrated by the fabled Jewels of The Nizams which is a tourist attraction.The state was richest and the largest among the princely states of India.The land area of the state was 90,543 mi² its population in 1901 was 50,073,759. It enjoyed an estimated revenue of £90,029,000. Before 1947, Hyderabad was under the suzerainty of the British Crown but was not part of British India. In 1947, at the time of the independence of British India and its Partition into the Union of India and the new state of Pakistan, the British abandoned their claim to suzerainty over the Princely states and left them to decide their own future. The Nizam wished either to remain independent or to accede to Pakistan. However, India then implemented an economic blockade and forced the state of Hyderabad to sign a Standstill Agreement with it. In 1948, more than a year after India had gained its independence, Hyderabad was invaded in Operation Polo and on 17 September 1948 the Nizam signed an Instrument of Accession to the Union of India. On November 1, 1956, the states of India were reorganized on linguistic grounds. The territories of the State of Hyderabad were divided between newly created Andhra Pradesh, Bombay state (later Maharashtra), and Karnataka. Hyderabad and the surrounding areas were added to Andhra Pradesh, based on the Telugu speaking community. Thus, Hyderabad became the capital city of the new state of Andhra Pradesh. Since '90s owing to liberalisation, the city has become a major hub of the IT industry which in turn brought changes in lifestyle and culture. The growth in IT sector and construction of International Airport witnessed rise in various other fields like real estate in 2000s although the Global financial crisis of 2008–2009 has had a significant impact on construction activity.
Some Informations has been taken from Wikipedia

India Elections : BJP manifesto promises Income Tax exemption up to Rs 3 lakh

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its Lok Sabha election manifesto on Friday in New Delhi promising to deal with the scourge of terror with an iron hand and also announced a host of populist measures if voted to power. The Bharatiya...

Edit | Read full story »

India Elections : Govinda not to contest Election

Congress MP and Bollywood actor Govinda is not seeking a ticket from Mumbai North constituency for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. The BJP has fielded former union minister Ram Naik from the same constituency. Bollywood actor-MP Govinda will not stand for...

Edit | Read full story »

India Elections : Complete Schedule of Lok Sabha Elections 2009

The Election commission on Monday announced dates for the 15th Lok Sabha elections , which will be held in five phases from April 16 to May 13. Lok Sabha poll schedule: 1st phase: April 16, 2009 (124 seats) 2nd phase: April 23, 2009(141...

Edit | Read full story »

Leave a Reply

You can use these XHTML tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>