Hugli Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Hugli

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Tehsil Map of Hugli Purba Medinipur Paschim Medinipur Bankura Barddhaman Nadia North Twenty Four Parganas Kolkata South Twenty  Four Parganas Haora
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List of C.D.Block in Hugli District

Tehsil/C. D. Block NameTotal : Rural / Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Arambag253,579712601
Balagarh214,784712501
Chanditala - I165,837712702
Chanditala - II213,485712702
Chinsurah - Magra211,049712148
Dhaniakhali293,345712302
Goghat - I125,280712614
Goghat - II143,359712614
Haripal235,494712403
Jangipara201,001712404
Khanakul - I221,871712406
Khanakul - II160,888712406
Pandua284,231712149
Polba - Dadpur239,493712154
Pursura156,322712401
Serampur - Uttarpara126,380712258
Singur260,827712409
Tarakeswar162,371N.A



Last Updated on : September 19, 2015





     


     

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