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Andhra Pradesh is one of the major Indian developed states ranging from the borders of Maharastra, Chhatisgarh to the borders of Tamilnadu and Karnataka including Orissa?s border having the touch of the Bay of Bengal. The 7th biggest state in population is generally referred to as the rice bowl of India, the fish market of India owing to its rich and systematic as well as beneficial cultivation of rice, wheat, fish and other necessary goods that man uses everyday. It is the fastest growing IT and engineering state housing major IT and biotechnology corporations adding to the growth of economy and finance in the state. Despite the state being the place of numerous excellent and qualitative educational Alma matters, the state only achieves 60.3% of its denizens literate. But there is equilibrium between urban-rural development and its monetary advancement. Politically the state is well maintained by the congress govt. Being rich in food and fish production the state exports its agricultural products to other states of India consequently the farmers get rich and wealthy. The transport amenities are good as the state is mainly commercial and keeps business relationship with other states. It has five airports and one sea port for commerce. The state has a rich history and past of Dravidians and numerous features of history and archeology. Having a lot of tourist as well as reminiscent spots the state earns a good amount of taxes from its tourist, which also is a major contributor in its finance and economy. Capital: Hyderabad Language::Telugu, Urdu Area: 275.068 square km Districts::23 Population: 76.270.007, RANKS 5TH in population in India Density of population: 277 per square km. Sex ratio: 972 (1000 male) 1991 censuses Literacy rate: 60.5 % (2001census) Male: 70.3% Female: 50.4% Governor: Narayan Dutta Tiwari Chief Minister:: Y.S.Rajsekhar Readdy (congress) Established: November 1, 1956 Tourist spots: Charminar, Jama Masjid, Hyderabad, Ramoji film city, Araku valley, Rishikonda beach, Borra caves, Golkonda fort etc. Places of religious importance: Tirupati putapati GDP: 2,294,610 mm (RS) 2007 Legislative: 295 Website: www.aponline.gov.in
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The results of polls in state are not encouraging for the congress. Except state of Manipur where it has managed to remain in power, it seems that this national party is fading its charm.