geographical name city S India in W Andhra Pradesh SSW of Hyderabad population 236,313

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  • Kurnool Medical College — Kurnool Medical College, is a medical school in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is an old and second biggest medical college after Osmania Medical College, in Andhra Pradesh. It is a pride of Rayalaseema. HistoryWhen Andhra State was formed in …   Wikipedia

  • Kurnool (Lok Sabha constituency) — Kurnool is a Lok Sabha parliamentary constituency of Andhra Pradesh.Members of Parliament Lok SabhaDurationName of M.P.Party AffiliationFirst1952 57Y. Gadilingana GowdPraja Socialist PartySecond1957 62Osman Ali KhanIndian National… …   Wikipedia

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