Purba Mednipur Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Purba Mednipur

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List of C.D.Block in Purba Medinipur District

Tehsil/C. D. Block NameTotal : Rural / Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Bhagawanpur - I198,898721601
Bhagawanpur - II167,551721601
ChandipurN.A721659
Contai - I151,706721401
Contai - III137,349721401
DeshopranN.AN.A
Egra - I145,054721429
Egra - II156,431721429
HaldiaN.A721604
Khejuri - I114,643721431
Khejuri - II117,438721431
KolaghatN.A721134
Mahisadal182,191721628
Moyna196,502721629
Nanda Kumar229,462721632
Nandigram - I174,691721631
Nandigram - II104,637721631
Panskura - I298,139721139
Potashpur - I151,609721439
Potashpur - II150,551721439
Ramnagar - I145,413721441
Ramnagar - II137,369721441
Sahid Matangini176,307N.A
Sutahata106,338721635
Tamluk204,422721636



Last Updated on : September 19, 2015





     


     

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