K. V. Ranga Reddy Tehsil Map


K. V. Ranga Reddy Mandal Map

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List of Mandal/Taluk in K.V.Rangareddy District

Mandal/Taluk NameTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Balanagar317,345500037
Bantwaram34,121501106
Basheerabad40,711501143
Chevella55,784501503
Dharur42,585501121
Doma42,571501502
Gandeed61,683509337
Ghatkesar88,935N.A
Hayathnagar81,070501505
Ibrahimpatnam67,198501506
Kandukur51,018501359
Keesara197,145501301
Kulkacharla60,217501502
Maheswaram58,499501506
Malkajgiri287,069500047
Manchal42,179501508
Marpalle45,827501202
Medchal68,253501401
Moinabad51,995501504
Mominpet40,022501202
Nawabpet39,685501111
Pargi55,571501510
Peddumul47,855501142
Pudur41,319501401
Qutubullapur281,340501505
Rajendranagar188,299N.A
Saroornagar391,358500060
Serilingampally153,364N.A
Shabad47,486501501
Shamirpet85,291500078
Shamshabad72,292501218
Shankarpalle55,483501203
Tandur103,278501141
Uppal118,085500039
Vicarabad73,200N.A
Yacharam47,480501509
Yelal39,451501144



Last Updated on : August 26, 2015





     


     

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