Dakshin Dinajpur District

Dakshin Dinajpur District

Dakshin Dinajpur or South Dinajpur (Bengali: দক্ষিণ দিনাজপুর জেলা) is a district of the Indian state of West Bengal. Created on 1 April 1992 by the division of the erstwhile West Dinajpur district, it comprises two subdivisions: Balurghat and Buniadpur. As of 2011 it is the least populous district of West Bengal (out of 19).

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South Dinajpur District - History
... The erstwhile Dinajpur District, at the time of the partition of India, was split up into West Dinajpur district and East Dinajpur ... The East Dinajpur district, now called Dinajpur, became part of East Pakistan, now Bangladesh ... The West Dinajpur district was enlarged in 1956, when States Reorganisation Act recommendations were implemented, with the addition of some areas of Bihar ...
Dakshin Dinajpur District - Education
... Many other Government schools also exist throughout the district ... Balurghat College is the most popular college in the district ...
Dinajpur
... Dinajpur (Dinājpur) may refer to one of the following locations Dinajpur District, Bangladesh Dinajpur Sadar, an Upazila in Dinajpur District, Bangladesh West Dinajpur district, former ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Dinajpur
... The Roman Catholic Diocese of Dinajpur (Latin Dioecesis Dinaipurensis) is a diocese located in Dinajpur District, Rajshahi Division, in the Ecclesiastical province of ...
South Dinajpur District
... Dakshin Dinajpur (Pron ˈdækʃɪn dɪnɑʤˈpʊə) or South Dinajpur (Bengali দক্ষিণ দিনাজপুর জেলা) is a district of the Indian state of West Bengal ... by the division of the erstwhile West Dinajpur district, it comprises two subdivisions Balurghat and Buniadpur ... As of 2011 it is the least populous district of West Bengal (out of 19) ...

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