Manuguru is a census and mandal city in the Bhadradri Kothagudem district in the Indian state of Telangana. He reports to the Mahaboobabad parliamentary district and the Pinapaka Assembly constituency. Manuguru is an urban area, located on the banks of the Godavari River. The city is famous for the Singareni coal mines. The Singareni had provided many job opportunities. As there is a coal availability, the TS Government has taken an action to build a power plant (BTPS) in the coal city MANUGURU The Manuguru PIN code is 507117.
In the 2011 census in India, Manugur had a population of 72,117. Men constitute 49.7% of the population and women 50.3%. Manugur has an average literacy rate of 65.9%, lower than the national average of 74.04%: male literacy is 71.9% and women's literacy is 59.9%. In Manuguru, 9.5% of the population is under 6 years old.
The heavy water plant, a single water produced by Telangana, is used in the nuclear district and one of the largest coal seams bears its name. Hyderabad (Deccan) Limited, incorporated in England, acquired mining rights in 1886 to mine the coal found in the Yellandu area. This company was incorporated on December 23, 1920 under the Companies Act of Hyderabad as a limited liability company under the name "The Singareni Collieries Company Limited" (SCCL). Acquisition of all assets and liabilities of Hyderabad (Deccan) Co. Ltd. Best & Co., acted as secretaries and sales agents. The state of Hyderabad bought the majority of the shares of the company in 1945. From 1945 to 1949, Hyderabad Construction Co., Ltd. acted as administrative agent. In 1949, this function was entrusted to the Industry Trust Fund by the then Government of Hyderabad. The majority interest of the company fell under the government of Andhra Pradesh in 1956 during the reorganization of the states.
Kothagudem-58 km, Warangal-174 km, Khammam-133 km, Suryapet-196 km, Hyderabad-330 km.
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