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Bhadravati

(bədrä`vətē), city (1991 pop. 149,217), Karnataka state, S India, on the Bhadra River. The city is an industrial center, with iron and steel plants, paper mills, and manufacturers of tar products, coal, cement, bricks, and wood products. Because of rapid modernization, an adjoining New Town (1991 pop. 82,175) has been created.
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Address : Agm - Contract Cell Sail - Visl, Bhadravathi.
Inaugurating the celebration organised by "Dehali Kannadiga", a Kannada monthly published from New Delhi, its editor M B Samaga said: "Vishveshvaraiah rightly called as the 'Father of modern Mysore (now Karnataka) and as a Diwan for first minister of princlely State of Mysore, was responsible for founding of Krishnaraja Sagara Dam, Mysore Soap Factory, Bhadravathi Iron and Steel Works, Bangalore Agricultural University, State Bank of Mysore and University of Mysore.
Tenders are invited for Supply and fixing Motor pum and pipe for water Disposal in Comercial complex, BH Road, Bhadravathi
Tenders are invited for Re Fitting of Semi High-mast Street Light sum repairs in Area of Municipal limits, Bhadravathi
Tenders are invited for Toilet Repair, Electrical Wiring and Repair of Water pipe in Municipal quatress New Town Jannapura, CMC limit Bhadravathi
13 Bhuthangudi, from manjanna house to Pathre siddappa hose, CMC limit Bhadravathi
Tenders are invited for Supply and fixing Name board with Painting and information in Old town Pump-house, Bhadravathi
32 Behind papatti house and near Garuda Hotel cuservency, CMC limit Bhadravathi