Synonyms for thimmapur or Related words with thimmapur

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Examples of "thimmapur"
Kummariguda is surrounded by Thimmapur, Kothur, and Fathimapur, earlier all these areas were under Kothur Grampanchayath. Kummariguda is availed with railway station (Thimmapur railway station).
Industrially Kothur, Kondurg and Thimmapur are very well established.
Thimmapur is a village in Nalgonda district in Telangana, India. It falls under Atmakur mandal.
Thimmapur-M-Tadakod is a village in Dharwad district of Karnataka, India.
Kandagatla Pin code is 508222 and postal head office is Thimmapur .
Thimmapur is a village in Karimnagar district in the state of Telangana in India.
Thimmapur is a village in Warangal district of the Indian state of Telangana. It is located in Zaffergadh mandal of Warangal revenue division.
Thimmapur (Haveli) is a neighbourhood of Warangal in Warangal district of the Indian state of Telangana. It is a part of Hanamkonda mandal. Thimmapur (Haveli) was earlier a partly rural village and later have been classified as fully outgrowth to Warangal urban assemblage, and has become part of Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation during 2011 census.
The Lower Manair Dam also known as LMD was constructed across the Manair River, at Alugunur village, Thimmapur mandal, Karimnagar District, in the Indian state of Telangana during 1974 to 1985. It provides irrigation to a gross command area of , and drinking water supply benefits and reservoir fisheries.
The Government of Telangana has given an in-principle approval to set up an international cricket stadium in Warangal. District administration officials identified 16 acres of land in Thimmapur, which is nearer to the old airport and fourth police battalion, that would provide air connectivity and security to the stadium.
Near by villages are Gopalraopet(3 km),Anantharam(3 km),Gullapet(4 km), Laxmipur(4 km),Thimmapur(3 km) to Polasa. Polasa is surrounded by Sarangapur Mandal towards North, Gollapalli Mandal towards East, Mallial Mandal towards South, Medipalli Mandal towards west .
Patha Suryapet is a village in Atmakur(S) Mandal. Patha Suryapet is located 140 km distance from the state capital, Hyderabad. Nearby towns are Nuthankal (11.1 km), Chivvemla (11.4 km) and Mothey(13.4 km). Patha Suryapet's Pin Code is 508222 and Post office name is Thimmapur.
The villages in Manoor mandal include: Athimail, Audathpur, Badalgaon, Bellapur, Borancha, Damargidda, Danvar, Davvur, Dudhagonda, Eanakpally, Erakpalle, Gondegam, Gudur, Karsgutti Kharamungi, Maikode, Manoor, Morgi, Mavinelly, Nadi Gadda, Hukrana Nagalagidda, Pulkurthy, Raipalle, Shari Damargidda, Shelgera, Thimmapur, Thornal, Tumnur, Valloor, Yelgoi, Yesgi etc..
The villages in Manoor mandal includes: Athimail, Audathpur, Mukhtapur, Badalgaon, Bellapur, Borancha, Damargidda, Danvar, Davvur, Dudhagonda, Eanakpally, Erakpalle, Gondegam, Gudur, Karsgutti Kharamungi, Maikode, Manoor, Morgi, Mavinelly, Nadi Gadda Hukrana Nagalagidda, Pulkurthy, Raipalle, Shari Damargidda, Shelgera, Shikhar Khana,Thimmapur, Thornal, Tumnur, Valloor, Yelgoi, Yesgi etc..
The Indian Army has expressed its desire to use the Mudhol sight hound for surveillance and border protection duties. It has obtained six Mudhol dogs for testing at the Army's Remount Veterinary Corps at Meerut. The dogs were bred after selection, at the Canine Research and Information Centre in Thimmapur near Mudhol in Bagalkot district of Karnataka. The CRIC is a unit of the Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University, Bidar.
Anabheri Prabhakar Rao was born to the couple Venkateshwar Rao and Radhabai on 15 August 1910 in a Deshmukh family of Polampally village in Thimmapur Mandal in Karimnagar District in the Hyderabad State (presently Telangana). Born into a Hindu Yellapu family which had earlier been involved in revolutionary activities against the Nizam of Hyderabad, Anabheri studied revolutionary movements as a teenager and was attracted to anarchism and communism. He became involved in numerous revolutionary organizations against the Nizam. Anabheri gained support when demanding equal rights for the Telugu speaking people under the Nizam. His legacy prompted the youth in Telangana to begin fighting for the Telanagana independence and also increased the rise of socialism in Telangana. While studying in the Nizam College, he was inspired by the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Subhas Chandra Bose, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and entered the Anti-Nizam Movement as a student.