Karimnagar


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Karimnagar is PONNAM PRABHAKAR (INC)

Updated Election Results Details of Karimnagar


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Ponnam Prabhakar INCHandH.No.7-2-990 (New) Mankamma Thota Karimnagar317927
Vinod Kumar Boinapally TRSCarH.No.3-1-178 Kakatiya Colony Hanmakonda Warangal District267684
Velichala Rajender Rao PRAPRailway EngineH.No.4-72/1 Tigalaguttapalli (V) Arepalli Revenue Village Karimnagar District175582
Chandupatla Janga Reddy BJPLotusH.No.6-2-290 Pinjarla Street Hanmakonda Warangal District122337
Barige Gattaiah Yadav INDRoad RollerH.No.1-100 Dammakkapet (V) Huzurabad (M) Karimnagar District26026
Viresham Nalimela BSPElephantH.No.2-3-1/N Bohi Wada Karimnagar16332
B. Suresh INDRingH.No.11-3-49 B.Y. Nagar Siricilla (V) & (M) Karimnagar District -50530112668
T. Srimannarayana PPOITelevisionH.No.9-4-666 Sapthagiri Colony 34 Division Karimnagar9871
K. Prabhakar INDGas StoveH.No.1-51/1 Velgonda (V) Dharmapuri (M) Karimnagar District8062
Korivi Venugopal INDCoconutH.No.6-6-288 (New) Sharma Nagar Karimnagar7520
Panakanti Satish Kumar INDCup & Saucer7/C GPRA Quarters Gachibowli Ranga Reddy District6558
Peddi Ravinder INDScissorsKeshavapur Village Husnabad Mandal Karimnagar District5851
Gaddam Raji Reddy INDCombH.No.14-2-46 Mallial (V) & (M) Karimnagar District5205
Lingampalli Srinivas Reddy MCPI(S)Ceiling Fan Kachapur (V) Shakarapatnam (M) Karimnagar District4399
Ragula Ramulu RPI(A)NagaraH.No.2-6-106 Sanjeevaiah Nagar Siricilla (V) & (M) Karimnagar District3279
Total Votes989301


Karimnagar (Telugu: is a city and a Municipal Corporation in Karimnagar district in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the administrative headquarters of Karimnagar District. It is located on the banks of Maneru river, a tributary of the river Godavari. It is the third largest city in the Telangana region, after Hyderabad and Warangal. Karimnagar is located in the heart of Telangana and situated 162 km north of Hyderabad, the capital city of Andhra Pradesh. It is a major business center. And it is emerging as an education hub with Satavahana Uiversity, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), two medical colleges, eight engineering colleges, a veterinary science college, a pharmacy college and two B.Ed colleges. In addition, it is home to Sri Raja Rajeshwara Govt. Degree College, which is fondly called mini-university of Telangana.

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History

Karimnagar was originally called Kareem Nagar, deriving its name from Syed Karimullah Shah Saheb Quadri. It was one of the regional capitals during the rule of the Nizams. Several famous people such as P.V. Narasimha Rao, former Prime Minister of India, and Dr. C.Narayana Reddy, Renowned Poet, hail from Karimnagar. The city is known for its hospitality and well behaved, hardworking people. It is one the safest cities in Andhra Pradesh. It does not have any anti social elements like rowdies, goondas and factionists as in other cities. Karimnagar is famous for silver filigree work, a very delicate form of metal craft. There are also many famous temples in Karimnagar, like Vemulawada, Dharmapuri, Kaleswaram and Kondagattu. Karimnagar is the fastest growing city in telengana region, and has a lot of potential to become one of the metropoliton cities in near future.

Geography

Karimnagar is located at 18°26?N 79°09?E? / ?18.43°N 79.15°E? / 18.43; 79.15.[1] It has an average elevation of 265 metres (869 feet).

Demographics

As of 2001 India census,[2] Karimnagar had a population of 2,43,819. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Karimnagar has an average literacy rate of 76%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 82%, and female literacy is 69%. In Karimnagar, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age. At the time of this writing (2007) Karimnagar's population is around 5,50,000.

Culture

Festivals

Major Hindu festivals such as Bathukamma festival, Dasara, Deepavali and Sankranti are celebrated here. Muslims celebrate Ramzan (Id-ul-Fitr) and Bakrid. And Christians celebrate Christmas and Good Friday.

Tourist Places

  1. Vemulavada
  2. Kaleshwaram
  3. Dharmapuri
  4. Kondagattu
  5. Dhulikatta
  6. Elgandal Fort
  7. Ramagiri Fort (Begumpet)
  8. Jagtial Fort (Jagtial Khila)
  9. Lower Maneru Dam
  10. Ujwala Park, Karimnagar
  11. Rajeev Deer Park, Karimnagar
  12. Kaman, Karimnagar
  13. Clock Tower, Karimnagar

Other Places of Interest

  1. NTPC, Ramagundam
  2. Singareni Colleries, Godavarikhani
  3. Kesoram Cement Factory, Basant Nagar
  4. District Court, Karimnagar
  5. SRR Degree College, Karimnagar
  6. APSRTC Zonal Workshop, Karimnagar
  7. Governament Hospital, Karimnagar

Transportation

Karimnagar is a major road junction in Telangana. It is 162 kilometers from Hyderabad, 70 kilometers from Warangal and 150 kilometers from Nizamabad. APSRTC, the state road transport corporation, has a zonal (consists of Adilabad, Nizamabad, Warangal, Khammam and Karimnagar Dists) headquarters in Karimnagar. Karimnagar has one of the busiest bus stations in India. Karimnagar is connected by a railway line with Peddapalli (40 kilometers) to the northeast and Jagitial (48 kilometers) to the northwest. The nearest major railway junction is Kazipet Junction which has 147 trains passing through, including super fast trains such as the AP express and Rajadhani express. The railway divisional headquarters are in Warangal. The nearest airport to Karimnagar is at Basant Nagar, 15 km from Peddapalli and 50 km from Karimnagar. However, it is a private airport constructed for the owners of Kesoram Cement, the Birlas. The nearest airport open to public is the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad.

Hospitality

Hotels & Lodges

  1. Hotel Srinivasa (**)
  2. 7 Hills
  3. Hotel Manair
  4. Prem Lodge
  5. Hotel Kalpana

Restaurants

  1. Hotel Srinivasa (**)
  2. Sri Geetha Bhavan (Veg)
  3. Peacock Restaurant
  4. Dhanush Abhishek & Resturant
  5. Sai Bar & Restaurant
  6. Mehaphil Bar & Restaurant
  7. Arjun Hotel (Veg)
  8. My Village
  9. Blue Bird
  10. Kalpana
  11. My Choice
  12. Myfil

Cafes

  1. Grand Hotel
  2. Madina Hotel
  3. Safa Hotel
  4. Blue Sea
  5. Choice Hotel
  6. Aadi Duniya
  7. Prince Hotel
  8. Marwa Hotel
  9. Royal Hotel

Entertainment

Theatres
  1. Shiva 70MM
  2. Venkateshwara 70MM
  3. Sai Krishna 70MM
  4. Mamatha 70MM
  5. Sri Tirumala 70MM
  6. Bharath Talkies
  7. Srinivasa 70MM
  8. Rose Talkies
  9. Venkata Sai 70MM
  10. Theerandaz Talkies
  11. Raja Deluxe 70MM

Education

Karimnagar is a major education centre in North Telangana. Karimnagar has the following Universities and Colleges.

Universities

  1. Sathavahana University, Karimnagar
  2. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kondagattu, Karimnagar

Govt. Degree & PG Colleges

  1. Satavahana PG College, LMD, Karimnagar
  2. SRR Govt Degree College, Karimnagar
  3. Govt Women's Degree College, Kashmeergadda, Karimnagar

Medical, Pharmacy and Nursing Colleges

  1. Pratima Institute of Medical Sciences(PIMS), Nagunoor
  2. Chalmeda Ananda Rao Institute of Medical Sciences(CAIMS)
  3. Vageshwari College of Pharmacy, Nusthulapur, Karimnagar.
  4. Santhosh Nursing School, Vidyanagar, Karimnagar.
  5. Sai Institute of Health Sciences (BPT & MLT), Karimnagar

Engineering Colleges

  1. Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology and Science(JITS), Nusthulapoor, Karimnagar
  2. Chaithanya College of Engineering, Karimnagar
  3. Vivekananda College of Engineering and Technology, Karimnagar
  4. Vageswari College of Engineeing, Karimnagar
  5. Mother Theresa Engineering College, Pedda Bonkur, Karimnagar
  6. Kamala Institute of Technology, Singapur, Karimnagar
  7. Dr. VRK College of Engineering, Jagtial, Karimnagar

Private Degree & PG Colleges

  1. S.E.S. Degree & Law College
  2. Vivekananda Educational Societies
  3. Sri Chaitanya
  4. KIMS Colleges
  5. SRM Colleges
  6. Vaninikethan Degree & PG College
  7. Sri Vaishnavi Degree College
  8. Manair Educational Institutions
  9. Apoorva degree college

Intermediate Colleges

  1. Govt Arts College, Mukarampura, Karimnagar
  2. Govt Science College, Kharkhanagadda, Karimnagar
  3. Alphores Junior College, Karimnagar
  4. Trinity Junior College, Karimnagar
  5. SRM Junior College, Karimnagar
  6. Loyola Junior College, Rekurthy, Karimnagar
  7. Masters Junior College, Karimnagar

Polytechnic Colleges

  1. Govt Polytechnic, Agraharam, Karimnagar
  2. Govt Women's Polytechnic, Karimnagar

Famous Schools

  1. Vivekananda Residential School (CBSE), Vivekandapuri, Karimnagar
  2. St. John's Public School, Vidyanagar, Karimnagar
  3. Loyola High School, Rekurthy, Karimnagar
  4. Vaninikethan Schools, Mukarampura, Karimnagar
  5. Saraswati Sishu Mandir, Karimnagar
  6. Holy Angels School, Mukarampura, Karimnagar
  7. Sagar Memorial School, Vidyanagar, Karimnagar
  8. Sister Nivedita Residential School, Vivekanandapuri, Karimnagar
  9. Paramita High School, Karimnagar
  10. English Union High School, Karimnagar
  11. Vindhya Valley High School, Karimnagar
  12. Dhangarvadi High School, Mankammathota, Karimnagar
  13. Sarvodaya High School, Karimnagar
  14. Ramakrishna High School, Karimnagar
  15. Sidhartha High School, Mankammathota, Karimnagar
  16. Vidyadhari School, CVRN Road, Karimagar
  17. Manair High School, Karimnagar
  18. Gowtham Model School, Karimnagar
  19. The Laurel High School, Karimnagar
  20. KPS High School, Karkhanagadda, Karimnagar
  21. Gulf High School Urdu Medium, Karkhanagada, Karimnagar
  22. National Urdu High School, Hussainipura, Karimnagar

Hospitals

Karimnagar has evolved into a major health centre in the last two decades because it is centrally located to all the talukas like Jagityal, Sircilla, Ramagundam, Manthani, Huzurabad, Jammikunta, Husnabad, Choppadandi, Malyal and Gangadhara. Patients come from all over the district. Government Civil Hospital played a pivotal role in treating the patients. The major hospitals in the karimnagar are: 1. Government Civil Hospital 2. Apollo Reach Hospital 3. Rekurthi Eye Hospital 4. Chalmeda Anand Rao Hospital 5. Prathima Institute of Medical Sciences 6. Bhoom Reddy Hospital 7. Ram Reddy Hospital 8. Jagannadh Reddy Hospital 9. Madekar Hospital 10. L. Ram Reddy Hospital 11. Laxman Orthopaedic Hospital 12. Pallavi Childrens Hospital 13. Sri Venkateshwara Dental Clinic [Dr. Raja Bhaskar Reddy] 14. Abhilasha Nursing Home 15. Venkateswara Kidney Centre 16. Madhavi Nursing Home 17. Sathya Sagar Hospital 18. Kutija Khatoom Hospital 19. Vamshi Krishna Nursing Home 20. Bhaskar Hospital 21. Naveen Kumar Hospital 22. Sujatha Nursing home 23. Roopshankar Hospital 24. Mohan Reddy Hospital 25. Apollo Hospital 26. Jaganmohan Rao Hospital 27. Mohan Rao Hospital 28. Madhu Clinic [Dr. P. Madhusudhan Rao] 29. Sivarama Hospital 30. Siddhartha Pathological Diagnostic Centre [Dr. K. Shyam Sundar - Pathologist]
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