Jagtial District Map (Telangana)

District Map of Jagtial (Telangana)

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District Map of Jagtial Nirmal Mancherial Komaram Bheem Peddapalle Karimnagar Rajanna Sircilla Nizamabad
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Jagtial District Fact Sheet
HeadquartersJagtial town
Population as per 2011 Census985417
Area (Sq. Kms.)2419
Density of Population (per Sq. Km.)407
Forest Cover (Sq. Kms.) 554.91
Languages OfficialTelugu, Urdu
MandalsJagitial, Korutla, Jagitial Rural, Raikal, Sarangapur, Beekeeper, Dharmapuri, Buggaram, Pegadapalli, Gollapalli, Mallial, Kodimial, Velgatur, Metpalli, Mallapur, Ibrahimpatnam, Medipalli, Kathlapur

Source:- http://ecostat.telangana.gov.in
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Last Updated on : March 16, 2017



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