ⓘ Theagaraya Nagar (state assembly constituency)

                                     

ⓘ Theagaraya Nagar (state assembly constituency)

Theagaraya Nagar is the legislative assembly, that includes the locality, T. Nagar, which is located in the southern part of Chennai. Theagaraya Nagar assembly constituency is part of Chennai South. The constituency is in existence since 1957 election.

                                     
  • member of the 13th and 14th Tamil Nadu Legislative Assemblies from the Theagaraya Nagar constituency in Chennai district. He represented the All India
  • T. Nagar have been named after administrators and politicians of the Justice Party. Thyagaraya Nagar Sir Thyagaraya Road - named after Theagaraya Chetty
  • Sabha constituency is composed of the following assembly segments: Triplicane Mylapore Saidapet Alandur Tambaram Virugambakkam Theagaraya Nagar Velachery
  • over to the British by its zamindar. The township of Theagaraya Nagar popularly known as T. Nagar was constructed in the southern part of the zamindari
  • Lanka The Tamil Literary Garden The Times of Ceylon Theagaraya Nagar state assembly constituency Theatre Institute Chattagram Theatre of Sri Lanka Thecha
  • government - aided schools to provide nursery to secondary education. Sir Theagaraya College is a government - aided college that is affiliated with the University
  • legislative assembly election, of Tamil Nadu was held on May 8, 2006. It was held for all 234 constituencies to elect the government in the state of for the
  • India portal Economy of Chennai India s biggest shopping district Theagaraya Nagar in Chennai to get a retail makeover The Economic Times. 7 February
  • 2331 E 13.0413 80.2331 Panagal Park is a park and a locality in Theagaraya Nagar Chennai. The park is named after the Raja of Panagal, the Chief Minister
  • The twelfth legislative assembly election of Tamil Nadu was held on May 10, 2001. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam ADMK - led front won the elections
  • in Madras by Dr C. Natesa Mudaliar and co - founded by T. M. Nair and P. Theagaraya Chetty as a result of a series of non - Brahmin conferences and meetings