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How many taluks in Chennai City

Asked by ksramakrishnan, 18 Aug '08 12:15 pm
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Chennai is located at 13.04 N 80.17 E on the southeast coast of India and in the northeast corner of Tamil Nadu. It is located on a flat coastal plain known as the Eastern Coastal Plains. The city has an average elevation of 6 metres (20 feet), its highest point being 60 m (200 ft). Two rivers meander through Chennai, the Cooum River (or Koovam) in the central region and the Adyar River in the southern region. Both rivers are heavily polluted with effluents and trash from domestic and commercial sources.
For administrative purposes Chennai is divided into five talukas; namely Egmore-Nungambakam, Fort Tondiarpet, Mambalam-Guindy, Mylapore-Triplicane and Perambur-Purasawalkkam.

The Chennai Metropolitan area consists of three districts namely Chennai city and the districts of Kanchipuram and Thiruvallur. The city area covers an area of 174 km (67 mi).[9] The metropolitan area covers 1,177 km (455 mi). The city is divided on the basis of composition into four major parts: North, Centr ...more
Answered by Zeus, 18 Aug '08 05:05 pm

 
  
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