Nayagarh Tehsil Map



Tehsil Map of Nayagarh

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Tehsil Map of Nayagarh Angul Dhenkanal Cuttack Khordha Ganjam Kandhamal Boudh Puri
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List of C.D. Block in Nayagarh District

C.D. Block/Police Station NameTotal : Rural + Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
BanigochhaN.A752089
Dasapalla92,497752084
Fategarh112,868752063
Gania34,650752085
ItamatiN.A752068
Khandapada89,428752077
Nayagarh159,951752069
Nayagarh SadarN.A752070
Nuagaon39,941752089
Odagaon102,693752081
Ranapur134,404N.A
Sarankul98,084752080



Last Updated on : September 12, 2015



     


     

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