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Hasanpur, Mansehra is a small village of union council Malikpur, Mansehra District, situated between the villages of Sherpur and Malikpur in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan.
Malikpur is a village in Phagwara Tehsil in Kapurthala district in the Indian state of Punjab.
The Union Council is subdivided into two areas Phalkot, that include other settlements including Malikpur (Janderbari),Malsa, Kutli Sehana, Buni Gali and Upri Kutli.
As of 2011 India Census Malikhpur had a population of 1,487 people in 487 households. Male constitutes 52& and females 47% of the total population. Malikpur has an average literacy rate of 31%, lower than the national average of 74%. Male and female literacy, both is 50%. In Malikpur, 11.82% of the population is under 6 years of age. The village has . Neighbouring villages include Sahni (Lakhpur-Sahni), Lakhpur, Begampur, Sangatpur, Mahliana, Wahid, Toderpur, Nasirabad, Rampur Khalyan and Prempur.
According to the report published by Census India in 2011, Dhak Malikpur has 110 houses with the total population of 531 persons of which 291 are male and 240 females. Literacy rate of Dhak Malikpur is 79.92%, higher than the state average of 75.84%. The population of children in the age group 0–6 years is 43 which is 8.10% of the total population. Child sex ratio is approximately 792, lower than the state average of 846.
Dhak Malikpur is a village in Phagwara Tehsil in Kapurthala district of Punjab State, India. It is located from Kapurthala, from Phagwara. The village is administrated by a sarpanch, an elected representative of the village.
Malakpur Azizal or Malikpur Azizal is a village in the Islamabad Capital Territory of Pakistan. It is located at 33° 30' 0N 73° 16' 20E with an altitude of 522 metres (1715 feet).
Atoli, Awada, Barol, Chabrana, Chainpura, Chandsen, Chanvanndia, Desma, Devel, Dholi, Diggi, Dungri Kala, Ganwer, Hathgi, Indoli, Jhadali, Kacholia, Kadila, Kalmanda, Kantoli, Kirawal, Kurad, Lambaharising, Lawa, Malikpur, Morala, Nagar, Pachewar, Parli, Rajpura, Rendiliya, Sindoliya, Sitarampura
of them Sardar Khan Muhammad Khan, Ch Muhammad Aslam Azad and Shair Khan Pathan were also the name of active Moment Leaders , Shair Khan Pathan had killed by Indian Military while Ch Muhammad Aslam Azad succeed to migrate from His native village Malikpur Golad to Kotli .
Khandela serves as a constituency of the Rajasthan legislative assembly. Khandela Panchayat Samiti consists of Barsinghpura, Basadi, Bawari, Bhadwadi, Burja, Chaukdi, Dayara, Dhalyabas, Dulhepura, Gokulkabas, Govindpura, Hardaskabas, Hathideh, Gurara, Jairampura, Jajod, Jhadli, Jugalpura, Kalyanpura, Kanwat, Kardaka, Kasarda, Kerpura, Khatundara, Kotdi, Lakhani, Loharwasa,Gyanpura, Malikpur, Nimeda, Paniharwas, Ralawata, Rampura, Sawaipura, Thikariya, Thoi villages, Thikaria (NH-11).
Muradpur is a village situated in union council Malikpur, Mansehra District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan. The major language spoken here is Hindko. Khalid Rabbani core commander Peshawar belongs to this village. Iqra model school is a good institution providing education. The people are very religious.
Mishra was born in a middle class Brahmin family in Malikpur Ghazipur District (eastern UP) as a fourth son of a family, his father was a teacher Shri Ramagya Mishra. Born in 1941 in Deoria District of Uttar Pradesh, he obtained his M.A. degree from Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi.
The community was traditionally involved in horticulture and the selling of vegetables. They had their gardens and agriculture lands in kureni near narela, jharoda, Azadpur, Malikpur Chuni and Model Town localities. Malikpur Chuni was traditionally an Arain locality, getting its name from Malik, meaning chief, which is a common surname found among the Arain. From the 1960s onwards, the lands of the Arain have been taken over by the Delhi Development Authority. Many are involved in various trades and businesses. The community are generally prosperous, involved in the wholesale of fruits and vegetables. They speak Urdu among themselves, and Hindi with other communities.A World Arain Foundation has been formed for the welfare of Arain.
Pritam Singh Safir was born at Malikpur in Rawalpindi district, now in Pakistan. His father, Sardar Mehtab Singh was teacher,and a leading Sikh political activist. Safir passed his graduation from Khalsa College, Amritsar. Then he went to Law College, Lahore. after completing his degree there he started practice in 1938. After Partition he moved to Delhi Bar, where he became the Judge of the High Court, Delhi, in 1969.
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Thikariya is a small village in Rajasthan, located on NH-52 10 km from, RINGUS sikar, Rajasthan India. This village is well known for its education and well culture around other villages. Thikariya has a RAILWAY station, also have GOVT. ROADWAYS BUS STOP. There are many types of caste living here like Mainly Rajput .and one IPS officer..The KHATUSHYAMJI Temple is 10 km far away from thikariya.sakhti mata mandir in this village and most importantly this mandir near 16th b.c के शिलालेख है! Many schools in village and one general hospital. Nearest villages malikpur, shahpura, ladpura, Bawari etc. The weather of the village is normal and normally stay in coldness environment.
Malikpur is a village in Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is situated about from main city of Gujrat. In the past it was the part of UC Deona, but in 1996 it was the part of UC Sabowal, from 1999 once again it is the part of UC Deona. In BD Election 2015 it was again made part of UC Sabowal. The majority of the people of Malikpur belong to the Gujjar caste, but there are other castes including Maliks, Syeds and Butts. In the past the politics of the village was controlled by two families: Choudhery Sultan Ali known as Choudhary Group and Choudhery Akbar Ali and Choudhary Ameer Dad known as Khatana Group. After the death of Choudhery Bashir Ahmed Khatana, Choudhary Hassan Dad Family is the leader of the Khatana Group. Choudhary group lost a great leader after the death of chaudhary Najeeb ullah khan. Now these Days Choudhary Nasheed Akbar cousin of Choudhary Najeeb Ullah Khan leads Choudhary Group.
Najafgarh is surrounded by a number of important villages of the South West Delhi district. Like all the administrative subdivisions of the South West District of Delhi, Najafgarh is composed of a group of villages. Some of the villages around Najafgarh are Kair, Roshan pura baprola, Asalatpur Khadar, Haibat Pur, Pandwala Kalan, Badu Sarai, Kangan Heri, Dauralla, Dindarpur , Ghuman Hera, Khaira, Delhi, Bakkargarh, Jaffarpur Kalan, Rawta, Surheda, Khera Dabar, Daulatpur, Dhansa, Galibpur, Jhuljhuli, Jhatikra, Kazipur, Kharkhari Nahar, Sidipur, KharKhari Jatmal, KharKhari Round, Hasanpur, Delhi, Mundhela Khurd, Mundhela Kalan, Nanak Heri, Nangli Sakrawati, Paprawat, Pandwalan Khurd, Pandwalan Kalan, Rewla Khanpur, Chhawla, Goela Khurd, Tajpur Khurd, Sarang Pur, Sherpur, Shikar Pur, Samaspur Khalsa, Ujwa, Daryapur Khurd, Issapur and Malikpur and Najafgarh is surrounded by a number of important towns of Delhi. On the west of Najafgarh like Surkhpur and Mitraon. Dichaon Kalan is situated to the north of Najafgarh.
Madhopur lies on the Pathankot - Jammu national highway, NH-1A - the only road link that Jammu and Kashmir has with the rest of the country. Madhopur is well connected with whole country by road air and train and nearest main station from Madhopur is Pathankot Junction railway station at a distance of 9.5 km. It was a part of the Nurpur Princely state ruled by the Pathania Rajputs prior to 1849 A.D. Now it is known as the "Gateway of Punjab", a meeting point of the three northern states of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Due to its location, Madhopur serves as a travel hub for those three, and is a hub for the Indian Army. Madhopur is a small Punjab town in terms of population. It is the last point in Punjab on the national highway that connects Jammu and Kashmir with the rest of India. This bestows strategic importance on the town. The Upper Bari Doab Canal starts from here, which is best known for it’s Hydraulic Research Station at the Upper Bari Doab Canal in Malikpur Sujanpur. Madhopur is situated in the picturesque foothills of Kangra and Dalhousie, with the Ravi River flowing close by. The city is often used as a rest-stop before heading into the mountains of Jammu and Kashmir, Dalhousie, Chamba, and Kangra, deep into the Himalayas. Madhopur Head works which date back to the Mughal era.