Karnataka is the name given to north-east Karnataka,
India. It is the Kannada-speaking part of the Hyderabad State, that
was ruled by the
Nizams of Hyderabad
Nizams of Hyderabad until 1948. After merging with
the Indian union, the region was part of
Hyderabad State until 1956.
Karnataka region comprises Bidar,
Gulbarga of Hyderabad state and, Bellary
of Madras that are in the present state of Karnataka. The
Karnataka region is the second largest arid region in
17 September 1948 was an important day in the history of Hyderabad as
Karnataka state was merged into the Indian Union. The historical
background of the movement started with a new era in Indian history.
^ "Home". Hyderabad
Karnataka area development board. 2009. Archived
from the original on 6 November 2014. Retrieved 28 April 2013.
^ Dev, Vanu (19 December 2012). "
Karnataka wins 4-decade-old battle;
gets special status for Hyderabad-
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Karnataka special status will be Congress poll plank".
Times of India. 23 April 2013. Retrieved 28 April 2013.
^ "Bill giving special status for Hyderabad-
Karnataka region raises
Telangana hopes". Times of India. 20 December 2012. Retrieved 28 April
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Awadh (Uttar Pradesh)
Baghelkhand (Uttar Pradesh/Madhya Pradesh)
Bhojpur (Uttar Pradesh/Bihar)
Bundelkhand (Uttar Pradesh/Madhya Pradesh)
Chola Nadu (Tamil Nadu)
Coastal Andhra (Andhra Pradesh)
Dogradesh (Jammu and Kashmir)
Gird (Madhya Pradesh)
Gondwana (Madhya Pradesh/Chhattisgarh/Odisha)
Gorkhaland (West Bengal)
Harit Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh)
Kamtapur (West Bengal)
Kashmir (Jammu and Kashmir)
Kongu Nadu (Tamil Nadu)
Mahakoshal (Madhya Pradesh)
Malwa (Madhya Pradesh)
Male Nadu (Karnataka)
Maru Pradesh (Rajasthan)
Nagalim (Nagaland/Assam/Arunachal Pradesh)
Pandya Nadu (Tamil Nadu)
Panun Kashmir (Jammu and Kashmir)
Purvanchal (Uttar Pradesh)
Rayalaseema (Andhra Pradesh)
Tulu Nadu (Karnataka/Kerala)
Vindhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh)
Uttarandhra (Andhra Pradesh)
Karbi Anglong (Assam)
Ladakh (Jammu and Kashmir)