National Highway No. 17


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National Highway No. 17
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National Highway No. 17 Route:



Panvel-->Pen-->Nagothna-->Kolad-->Mangaon-->Mahad-->Poladpur-->Khed-->Chiplun-->Sangameshwar-->Lanja-->

Rajpura-->Nandgaon-->Kankauli-->Kudal-->Vengurla-->Pernem-->Mapusa-->Panaji-->Cortalim-->Margao-->
Chaudi-->Karwar-->Ankola-->Madangeri-->Kumta-->Honavar-->Murdeshwara-->
Bhatkal-->MaravantheBeach-->Kundapura-->Saligrama-->Udupi-->Mulki-->Mangalore-->Kurchipalla-->
Kasaragod-->Pallikara-->Hosdurg-->Kokkanisseri-->Cherukunnu-->Kannur-->Thalassery-->NadapuramRoad-->
Vadakara-->Kozhikode-->Tiruangadi-->Valakkulam-->Ponnani-->Gururvayur-->Pallippuram-->Kodungallore-->Paravoor-->Edappalli



 
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