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Tiruchendurai is a village in the Srirangam taluk of Tiruchirappalli district in Tamil Nadu, India.
As per the 2001 census, Tiruchendurai had a population of 2,469 with 1,212 males and 1,257 females. The sex ratio was 1037 and the literacy rate, 83.36.
Post Office: Mutharasanallur
Telephone code: 0431
controversy Tamil Nadu Waqf Board claims ownership of entire Thiruchendurai village.A controversy erupted after a communication sent to a Sub-Registrar in Tiruchi recently claimed that an entire piece of land measuring about 480 acre in Thiruchendurai village belonged to the Tamil Nadu Waqf Board and those wanting to register a deed for any land in the village must obtain a No-Objection certificate from it, The Hindu reported, quoting sources.
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