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AP Current affairs 2014 | Andhra Pradesh Quiz Download PDF 2014

AP Current affairs 2014

  • As the title, it proves that this webpage is concerned with the “AP Current affairs 2014”. Andhra Pradesh usually termed as A.P., is the fourth largest state by area and fifth largest by population.
  • Dear Candidates! Here we are providing you the latest Andhra Pradesh Current Affairs, news, latest happenings, events etc on this page. This webpage is designed to provide you latest A.P. Quiz in PDF format.
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Latest Current Affairs 2014

Andhra Pradesh Quiz Download PDF

Aspirants, we are providing you, Andhra Pradesh latest happenings in to the point form so that you can easily seize that. Below we are giving you an overview of the state A.P.

Andhra Pradesh is divided into three regions namely-

  • Rayalaseema
  • Uttarandhra
  • Coastal Andhra

Telugu is the state language of A.P.

Chief Minister of the State: (President Rule)

Governor of the State: Sri ESL Narasimhan

Current Affairs is one of the most important sections of any examination. To clear any exam, it is essential to obtain passing marks in this section.

It is typical to recognize all the happenings, so for this reason we have collected some important events and happenings of Andhra Pradesh in Quiz format, so that you perceive them easily.

It is available in PDF format; you may download and save it before the next updating, so that you may not miss any news about A.P.

You can get more information related to Andhra Pradesh, from state’s official website by pressing the link below-

Official Website

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