Papum Pare Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Papum Pare

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Tehsil Map of Papum Pare Kurung Kumey Lower Subansiri West Siang East Kameng ASSAM
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List of Circles in Papum Pare District

Circle/Taluk NameTotal : Rural+Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Balijan11,589791123
BanderdewaN.A791123
Doimukh9,890791112
GumtoN.A791112
Itanagar39,173791111
KakoiN.A791121
Kimin6,268791121
Leporiang2,103791112
Mengio3,845791119
Naharlagun39,727791110
ParangN.A759143
Sagalee6,551791112
Sangdupota ( Besar Nello )N.AN.A
TarasoN.AN.A
Toru2,857N.A



Last Updated on : August 24, 2015



     


     

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