Kendujhar Tehsil Map



Tehsil Map of Kendujhar

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Tehsil Map of Kendujhar Suratgarh Debagarh Angul Dhenkanal Jajapur Bhadrak Jajapur Baleshwar Mayurbhanj Jharkhand
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List of C.D. Block in Kendujhar District

C.D. Block/Police Station NameTotal : Rural + Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Anandapur109,583758021
BamebariN.A
Barbil95,199758035
Baria68,330758032
BolaniN.A758037
Champua121,356758041
Daitari23,146N.A
Ghasipura102,171758015
Ghatgaon92,296758027
Harichandapur69,698758028
Jhumpura (P)N.A758031
Joda108,219758034
Kanjipani17,211758018
Kendujhar Sadar133,365758001
Kendujhar Town82,783758001
Nandipada73,861758043
Nayakote38,638758018
Pandapara55,507758014
Patana93,577N.A
RugudiN.AN.A
Sainkul70,127758043
Soso57,548758078
Telkoi85,852758019
Turumunga63,523758046



Last Updated on : September 12, 2015



     


     

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