N. Chandrababu Naidu
Nara Chandrababu Naidu (born 20 April 1950, Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh) is the President of Telugu Desam Party (TDP), a regional party in the southern India state of Andhra Pradesh from 1996. He served as the Chief Minister of the State for a 8 years 8 months 13 days (1995–2004). He has been the Leader of opposition in the AP State Assembly since then.
Tony Blair and Bill Clinton both visited him in Hyderabad, the state capital. The governor of Illinois created a Naidu Day in his honour. He also won numerous awards including 'IT Indian of the Millenium' by India Today, Business Person of the Year by Economic Times, member of the World Economic Forum's Dream Cabinet and South Asian of the Year by Time Asia. He also held post of chairperson of the "National IT Panel" under NDA government and he was described as one of the Hidden Seven working wonders around the world, by Profit, a monthly magazine published by Oracle Corporation, US.
Read more about N. Chandrababu Naidu: Early Life and Education, Early Political Career, Telugu Desam Party, Palace Coup, As A Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, 1999 Election Victory, Hyderabad's Development, 2003 Assassination Attempt, 2004 Elections Failure, Personal Life, His Achievements in His Career
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