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Pincode of P N C Pusad, Yavatmal, Maharashtra is 445216

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Pincode445216
NameP.N.C. Pusad S.O
DistrictYavatmal
StateMaharashtra
StatusSub Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeYavatmal H.O
Sub Office
LocationPusad Taluk of Yavatmal District
Telephone No7233249458
SPCCYavatmal H.O.-445001
Department InfoYeotmal Division Nagpur Region Maharashtra Circle
AddressPusad, Maharashtra 445216, India
ServicesBusiness Parcel
Business Post
EMS (International Speed Post)
E-Payment
Epost
Inland Speed Post
Instant Money Order
International Mails
Money Order
Postal Banking Service
Postal Life Insurance
Postal Orders
Postal Stationary
Postbag and Postbox
Registered Posts
Indian Postal Code System Consists of Six digits. The first to digits represent the state, the second two digits represent the district and the Third two digits represents the Post Office.In this case the first two digits 44 represents the state Maharashtra, the second two digits 52 represent the district Yavatmal, and finally 16 represents the Post Office P.N.C. Pusad S.O. Thus the Zip Code of P.N.C. Pusad S.O, Yavatmal, maharashtra is 445216

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Yavatmal ( pronunciation  is a city and municipal council of the Yavatmal district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The name is derived from the Marathi Yavat (mountain) and mal (row). It is the head of a yavatmal district and a huge market place.

History

Formerly known as "Yeoti" or "Yeotmal", Yavatmal City was the main town of the Berar Sultanate and according to old writings "the safest place in the world". The then region of Yavatmal (now Yavatmal district), was part of the dominion of Aladdin Hassan Bahman Shah who founded the Bahmani Sultanate in 1347. In 1572, Murtaza Shah ruler of the Ahmadnagar Sultanate (now another district of Maharashtra state also referred as "Nagar"), annexed the Yavatmal district, then in 1596, Chand Bibi, warrior queen of Ahmadnagar, ceded the district of Yavatmal to the Mughal Empire, rulers of a large part of India. Following the deathMore Info



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Coronavirus | Working hours of courts curtailed in 5 Maharashtra districts2021-02-25
The judicial working hours in Amravati, Yavatmal, Buldhana, Akola and Washim districts will be restricted to five hours a day — from 10.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 1.30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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With over 6000 new COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra takes these stringent steps to curb spread2021-02-21
With a spike of over 6000 new COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra has crossed its 75-day record. The last time the state had reported more than 6,000 cases in a single day was on October 30, 2020. In Yavatmal, Amravati and Akola, a 24-hour lockdown has already been imposed.



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