Smt. Lakshmi Panabaka
[ Indian National Congress-Andhra Pradesh ]

Father's Name : Late Shri G. Venkateswara Rao
Mother's Name : Late Smt. G. Sitaravamma
Date of Birth : 1958-10-06
Place of Birth : Vill. Kavali, Nellore ( Andhra Pradesh )
Marital Status : Married
Spouse's Name : Shri Panabaka Krishnaiah
Children : No.of Sons:0 No.of Daughters:2
Educational Qualifications : M.A.(Public Administration) Educated at Andhra University, Vishakhapatnam( Andhra Pradesh )
Profession : Agriculturist, Social Worker
Permanent Address : 25-1-484, Postal Colony, A.K. Nagar,Nellore, Andhra Pradesh ,Tels+Fax. (0861) 2318888
Present Address : 22, Mother Teressa Crescent Road,New Delhi-110 011,Tels. (011) 23063113,23061298(O),23019972, 23010807,23019972(R) 09810644684 (M) Fax (011) 23063312 (O), 23019972 (R)
Email Address :
Freedom Fighter : No
Positions Held :  
Elected to 11th Lok Sabha( 1996)Member, Committee on Commerce( 1996-97)Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (2nd term) Member Executive Committee, CongressParliamentary Party (C.P.P.)( 1998)Member, Committee on Railways( 1998-99)Member, Comittee to review the rate of dividendpayable by the Railway Undertakings to GeneralRevenuesMember, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Scienceand Technology and other DepartmentsUnion Minister of State, Health and Family Welfare( May 2004)Re-elected to 14th Lok Sabha (3rd term)( 2004)Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (4th term)( 2009)Union Minister of State, Textiles
Books Published :  
Not Available
Social and Cultural Activities, Literary, Artistic and Scientific Accomplishments and other Special Interests : 
Secretary, South-Central Railway Womens WelfareOrganisation, Secunderabad Division associatedwith State social and cultural organisations viz. (i) Snehalaya and (ii) Nrityabharathi
Sports, Clubs, Favourite Pastimes and Recreation : 
Chess, Badminton, Tennis and Carrom
Countries Visited :  
Africa, Bangladesh, China,Egypt, Japan,Pakistan,France,Germany, Mexico, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland,Thailand
Other Information :  
Working for boosting the image of Congress Party inNellore District and frequent interaction with womenworkers of the party