Maldah Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Maldah

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Tehsil Map of Maldah BANGLADESH BANGLADESH Murshidabad JHARKHAND BIhar Uttar Dinajpur Dakshin Dinajpur
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List of C.D.Block in Maldah District

Tehsil/C. D. Block NameTotal : Rural / Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Bamangola127,252732147
Chanchal - I174,204732123
Chanchal - II165,192732123
English Bazar226,236N.A
Gazole294,715732124
Habibpur187,650732122
Harischandrapur - I162,406732125
Harischandrapur - II198,039732125
Kaliachak - I310,935732201
Kaliachak - II211,406732201
Kaliachak - III284,376732201
Maldah (Old)131,255732101
Manikchak214,127732202
Ratua - I217,356732205
Ratua - II160,904732205



Last Updated on : September 19, 2015





     


     

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