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Jalpaiguri Sadar subdivision

Jalpaiguri Sadar subdivision is a subdivision of the Jalpaiguri district in the state of West Bengal, India. It consists of Jalpaiguri municipal corporation, Mainaguri and Dhupguri municipalities and four community development blocks: Jalpaiguri, ...

                                               

Jhargram subdivision

Jhargram Sadar Subdivision is an administrative Subdivision of the Jhargram district in the state of West Bengal, India. It became part of the Jhargram district from 4 April 2017 after splitting from the Paschim Medinipur district.

                                               

Kakdwip subdivision

South 24 Parganas district is divided into five administrative subdivisions: 12.36% of the total population of South 24 Parganas district live in Kakdwip subdivision.

                                               

Kharagpur subdivision

Paschim Medinipur district is divided into the following administrative subdivisions, after separation of Jhargram subdivision from the district in 2017: Kharagpur subdivision has a density of population of 787 per km 2. 48.02% 0f the total popul ...

                                               

Khatra subdivision

Khatra subdivision is geologically located in the erosional eastern part of Chota Nagpur plateau. Mashak Hill is the highest point in this subdivision. Kangsabati and Shilabati are two prominent river in this subdivision.

                                               

Kurseong subdivision

Gram panchayats in Kurseong subdivision are: Kurseong block consists of rural areas only with 14 gram panchayats, viz. Gayabari–I, Shivakhola, St. Marrys–III, Seetong–III, Gayabari–II, St. Marrys–I, Seetong–I, Sukna, Gayabari–III, St. Marrys–II, ...

                                               

Malbazar subdivision

Malbazar subdivision, also known as Mal subdivision, is a subdivision of the Jalpaiguri district in the state of West Bengal, India. It consists of Malbazar municipality and three community development blocks: Mal, Metiali and Nagrakata. The thre ...

                                               

Malda Sadar subdivision

Malda Sadar subdivision covers both the Barind Tract and the Diara, two of the three physiographic subregions of the district. The Barind" is made up of the ancient alluvial humps that are remnants of old riverine flood plains that remained unaff ...

                                               

Mathabhanga subdivision

Mathabhanga subdivision is a subdivision of the Cooch Behar district in the state of West Bengal, India. It consists of Mathabhanga municipality and three community development blocks: Sitalkuchi, Mathabhanga–I and Mathabhanga–II. The three block ...

                                               

Medinipur Sadar subdivision

Paschim Medinipur district is divided into the following administrative subdivisions, after separation of Jhargram subdivision from the district in 2017: Medinipur Sadar subdivision has a density of population of 588 per km 2. 30.05% 0f the total ...

                                               

Mekhliganj subdivision

Mekhliganj subdivision is a subdivision of the Cooch Behar district in the state of West Bengal, India. It consists of Mekhliganj municipality, Haldibari municipality, and two community development blocks: Mekhliganj and Haldibari. The two blocks ...

                                               

Mirik subdivision

Police stations in the Mirik subdivision have the following features and jurisdiction: .* The total length of border with Nepal Mechi River is 101.02 km 62.77 mi.

                                               

Purulia Sadar East subdivision

Purulia district was divided into four subdivisions, viz., Purulia Sadar, Manbazar, Jhalda and Raghunathpur, with effect from 6 April 2017, as per Order No. 100-AR/P/2R-2/1999 dated 30 March 2017 issued by the Government of West Bengal, in the Ko ...

                                               

Purulia Sadar West subdivision

Purulia Sadar West subdivision was a subdivision of the Purulia district in the state of West Bengal, India, till reorganisation of the subdivisions in Purlia district in 2017.

                                               

Raghunathpur subdivision

Purulia district was divided into four subdivisions, viz., Purulia Sadar, Manbazar, Jhalda and Raghunathpur, with effect from 6 April 2017, as per Order No. 100-AR/P/2R-2/1999 dated 30 March 2017 issued by the Government of West Bengal, in the Ko ...

                                               

Raiganj subdivision

Raiganj subdivision has 4 police stations, 4 community development blocks, 4 panchayat samitis, 39 gram panchayats, 747 mouzas, 745 inhabited villages, 2 municipalities and 3 census towns. The municipalities are at Raiganj and Kaliaganj. The cens ...

                                               

Rampurhat subdivision

The northern portion of Rampurhat subdivision is part of the Nalhati Plains, a sub-micro physiographic region, and the southern portion is part of the Brahmani-Mayurakshi Basin, another sub-micro physiographic region occupying the area between th ...

                                               

Siliguri subdivision

Police stations in the Siliguri subdivision have the following features and jurisdiction: .* The total length of border with Nepal Mechi River is 101.02 km 62.77 mi. The total length ofborder with Bangladesh Mahananda River is 19.32 km 12.00 mi.* ...

                                               

Suri Sadar subdivision

Starting in its northern parts with the Brahmani-Mayurakshi Basin, a sub-micro physiographic region occupying the area between the Brahmani in the north and the Mayurakshi in the south, Suri Sadar subdivision merges with the Suri-Bolpur Plain, an ...

                                               

Tamluk subdivision

Tamluk subdivision has 6 police stations, 7 community development blocks, 7 panchayat samitis, 82 gram panchayats, 852 mouzas, 805 + 1 partly inhabited villages, 2 municipalities and 11 census towns. The municipalities are: Tamluk and Panskura. T ...

                                               

Tufanganj subdivision

Tufanganj subdivision is a subdivision of the Cooch Behar district in the state of West Bengal, India. It consists of Tufanganj municipality and two community development blocks: Tufanganj–I and Tufanganj–II. The two blocks contain 25 gram pancha ...

                                               

Uluberia subdivision

Uluberia subdivision is a subdivision of the Howrah district in the state of West Bengal, India. It consists of Uluberia municipality and nine community development blocks, including 90 gram panchayats and six census towns. The six census towns a ...

                                               

Bangomunda

Bangomunda a tehsil located at about 95 km from Balangir in Titlagarh sub-division of Bolangir district, Odisha, India, has historical importance. Bangomunda is the new name of Banganmura which means Brinjal Firm.

                                               

Budhal tehsil

Budhal is a tehsil in Rajouri district, Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is named after the village of Budhal, which is located at a distance of 57 KMs from District headquarters Rajouri. Budhal Tehsil is bounded by Darhal Tehsil towards west, Thana ...

                                               

Kapkote

Kapkot or Kapkote is a village in Bageshwar district, Uttarakhand, India. It houses the headquarters of Kapkot Tehsil, the largest administrative subdivision of Bageshwar district. It is known for being the last bus terminus on the route to Pinda ...

                                               

Nakodar

Nakodar is a town and a municipal council in Jalandhar district in the Indian state of Punjab. The city is almost 365 km from Delhi, 25 km from Jalandhar, 49 km from Ludhiana, and about 101 km from Amritsar. Surrounding villages include Chak Mugh ...

                                               

Thalisain

Thalisain is a town and tehsil of Pauri Garhwal district in the North Indian state of Uttarakhand. At an altitude of 1690 metres from sea level, it is situated on a gentle slope above the right bank of Nayaar river. It is in the southwestern foot ...

                                               

Wagoora

Wagoora is a tehsil in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Its pincode is 193109. It is a model village in the Baramulla district of Kashmir valley, located about 20 kilometres from District headquarter Baramulla 13 kilometres from fa ...

                                               

1954 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1954. They are members for the term 1952-54 by luck as decided in 1952 and retire in year 1954, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1955 Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Andhra State Legislative Assembly were held on 11 February 1955. 581 candidates contested for the 167 constituencies in the Assembly. There were 29 two-member constituencies and 138 single-member constituencies.

                                               

1956 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1956. They are members for the term 1956-62 and retire in year 1962, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1957 Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held on 25 February 1957. 319 candidates contested for the 85 constituencies in the Assembly. There were 20 two-member constituencies and 65 single-member constituencies.

                                               

1957 Bihar Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Bihar Legislative Assembly were held on February 25, 1957. 1393 candidates contested for the 264 constituencies in the Assembly. There were 54 two-member constituencies and 210 single-member constituencies.

                                               

1957 Bombay Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Bombay Legislative Assembly were held on 25 February 1957. 1146 candidates contested for the 339 constituencies in the Assembly. There were 57 two-member constituencies and 282 single-member constituencies.

                                               

1957 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held on 25 February 1957. 1.108 candidates contested for the 218 constituencies in the Assembly. There were 69 two-member constituencies and 149 single-member constituencies.

                                               

1957 Mysore Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Mysore Legislative Assembly were held on 25 February 1957. 589 candidates contested for the 208 seats of the 179 constituencies in the Assembly.

                                               

1957 Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

The second Legislative Assembly elections were held in Uttar Pradesh in 1957. The Indian National Congress won a comfortable margin with 286 of the 430 Vidhan Sabha seats, although it was less of a majority than in the previous election in 1951. ...

                                               

1958 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1958. They are members for the term 1958-64 and retire in year 1964, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1960 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1960. They are members for the term 1960-66 and retire in year 1966, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1962 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members were elected in the elections held in 1962. They were members for the term 1962-68 and retired in year 1968, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1964 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1964. They are members for the term 1964-70 and retire in year 1970, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1966 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1966. They are members for the term 1966-72 and retire in year 1972, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1968 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1968. They are members for the term 1968-74 and retire in year 1974, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1970 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1970. They are members for the term 1970-76 and retire in year 1976, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1972 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1972. They are members for the term 1972-78 and retire in year 1978, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1972 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election

Maharashtra State Assembly election, 1972 was held in Indian state of Maharashtra in 1972, to elect 270 members to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.

                                               

1974 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1974. They are members for the term 1974-80 and retire in year 1980, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party

                                               

1977 elections in India

Elections in India in 1977 included Legislative Assembly elections in several Indian states, including Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal.

                                               

1977 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

Fourth Kerala Legislative Assembly, which was elected in 1970, completed its term by 1975, but it was extended on three occasions during the Emergency. Election of 1977 was the general election after the withdrawal of Emergency imposed on 26 June ...

                                               

1978 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1978. They are members for the term 1978-84 and retire in year 1978, except in case of the resignation or death before the term. State - Member - Party