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List of Post Offices/ Pincodes in areas under Gadag district, Karnataka | Post Office | District | Pincode | Abbigeri S.O | Gadag | 582111 | Adarkatti B.O | Gadag | 582116 | Adrahalli B.O | Gadag | 582116 | Advisomapur B.O | Gadag | 582103 | Anturbentur B.O | Gadag | 582205 | Arahunsi B.O | Gadag | 582209 | Asuti B.O | Gadag | 582203 | Attikatti B.O | Gadag | 582103 | Bagewadi B.O | Gadag | 582118 | Balaganur B.O | Gadag | 582102 | Balehosur B.O | Gadag | 582112 | Banhatti B.O | Gadag | 582207 | Bannikoppa B.O | Gadag | 582112 | Bardur B.O | Gadag | 582113 | Battur B.O | Gadag | 582116 | Beldhadi B.O | Gadag | 582103 | Belhod B.O | Gadag | 582204 | Bellatti S.O | Gadag | 582112 | Belvanki S.O | Gadag | 582202 | Bhairanhatti B.O | Gadag | 582207 | Bidarahalli B.O | Gadag | 582118 | Bidinhal B.O | Gadag | 582118 | Binkadkatti B.O | Gadag | 582103 | Bsavanna Camp B.O | Gadag | 583229 | Chebbi B.O | Gadag | 582120 | Chickhandigol B.O | Gadag | 582205 | Chickwaddatti B.O | Gadag | 582118 | Chikamannur B.O | Gadag | 582209 | Chiknargund B.O | Gadag | 582207 | Chilzeri B.O | Gadag | 582114 | Chinchali B.O | Gadag | 582117 | D S Hadagali B.O | Gadag | 582102 | Dambal S.O | Gadag | 582113 | Doddur B.O | Gadag | 582116 | Doni B.O | Gadag | 582103 | Futgaon Badni B.O | Gadag | 582116 | Gadag Bazar S.O | Gadag | 582101 | Gadag Betgeri S.O | Gadag | 582102 | Gadag City S.O | Gadag | 582103 | Gadag Cotton Market S.O | Gadag | 582101 | Gadag Extension S.O | Gadag | 582101 | Gadag Gangapurpeth B.O | Gadag | 582103 | Gadag H.O | Gadag | 582101 | Gadag Health Camp S.O | Gadag | 582102 | Gadag J T College B.O | Gadag | 582102 | Gadag Mulgund Naka S.O | Gadag | 582103 | Gajendragad S.O | Gadag | 582114 | Gangavathi ARS B.O | Gadag | 583227 | Gogeri B.O | Gadag | 582114 | Gojanur B.O |…...

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