Janjgir Champa Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Janjgir Champa

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List of Tehsil in Janjgir-Champa District

Tehsil/Taluk NameTotal : Rural+Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
AkaltaraN.A495552
BalodaN.A495559
Champa169,786495671
Dabhara136,969495688
Jaijaipur125,885495690
Janjgir361,190495668
Malkharoda114,659495691
Nawagarh129,044495557
Pamgarh137,651495554
Sakti142,24795689



Last Updated on: September 4, 2015



     


     

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