National Highway 14 (India)

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National Highway 14
Route information
Length 306 km (190 mi)
Major junctions
From Morgram
  SH 7 at Nalhati.
SH 11 at Mahammad Bazar.
SH 6 at Suri.
SH 14 at Dubrajpur
NH 19 at Punjabi Morh, Raniganj.
SH 8 from Gangajalghati to Bankura.
SH 9 from Bikna to Gobindpur.
SH 2 at Bankura and Bishnupur.
SH 4 at Chandrakona Road.
SH 7 at Midnapore.
To Kharagpur
Highway system

National Highway 14 (NH 14) is a National Highway in India.[1] It runs from Morgram to Kharagpur in the Indian state of West Bengal.

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NH 14 originates from its junction with NH 12 at Morgram in Murshidabad district and passes through Lohapur (a little off the highway), Nalhati, Rampurhat, Mallarpur, Gonpur, Deucha, Mohammad Bazar, Tilpara Barrage across Mayurakshi River, Siuri, Bakreswar Thermal Power Plant Township (a little off the highway), Dubrajpur, Bhimgara (all in Birbhum district), Pandabeswar, Haripur, Sonpur Bazari, Raniganj (all in Paschim Bardhaman district), Mejia, Durlabhpur, Gangajalghati, Amarkanan, Bankura, Bheduasole, Onda, Bishnupur (all in Bankura district), Garbeta, Chandrakona Road, Salboni, Midnapore (all in Paschim Medinipur district) before terminating at its junction with NH 16 near Kharagpur.[1][2]

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