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Official Website-http://ddinajpur.nic.in/

Headquarters : Balurghat
State : West Bengal

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 2219
Rural : 2187.75
Urban : 31.25

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1676276
Rural : 1439981
Urban : 236295
Male : 857199
Female : 819077
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 956
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 755

Official language : Bengali, English

Helplines :
SP Dakshin Dinajpur 03522 - 255321
Addl. SP D/ Dinajpur 03522 - 255323
Dy. SP ( Hqrs. ) 03522 - 255650
Dy. SP ( D&T ) 03522 - 255650
Dy. SP ( DIB ) 03522 - 255325
R.I. Police Lines, Balurghat 03522 - 255652/ 255675
Reserve Officer-I, Balurghat 03522 - 255675
DIO(1) 03522- 255325
DIO, Sadar, Balurghat 03522- 255650
Inspr. DEB, (S) Balurghat Police Office PBX-34
Wireless, Balurghat 03522 - 255554
DCRB 03522 - 255650
MTO Balurghat 03522 - 255652
Inspector Telecom 03522 - 255554
C.I. Sadar Balurghat 03522 - 255334
Balurghat PS 03522 - 255651
Hili PS 03522 - 250234
Kumarganj PS 03522 - 254203
Tapan PS 03521 - 252229
Balurghat Women PS 03522 - 271933
O/C Hili I.C.P. 03522 - 250567

Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/433/download?token=nENBnwPY

About Dakshin DinajpurDistrict
West Dinajpur District was created out of the erstwhile Dinajpur district in 1947 at the time of partition of India. The rest of the Dinajpur district is now in Bangladesh. The West Dinajpur district was enlarged in 1956 at the time of reorganisation of the State with the additionof some areas of Bihar. The district was bifurcated into Uttar Dinajpurand Dakshin Dinajpur on 01.04.1992. The erstwhile Balurghat Sub-Division along with Banshihari and Kushmandi Blocks (which were in Raigunj Sub-Division prior to the bifurcation) comprise the new district.

The district is drained by a number of North-South flowing river like Atreyee, Punarbhaba, Tangon and Brahmani. It is predominantly an agricultural district with large area of land being under cultivation.

Dakshin Dinajpur is a "Non Industry" district having no large scale industry. The first industry in medium scale sector got off to a start in the district in November, 2003. Transport and Communication facilities are not very satisfactory.New railway line has been laid between Eklakhi and Balurghat, the district headquarter. Train services has been started on 30.12.2004. There is one State Highway with only 3 KM of National Highway no. 34 falling within the district. Bengali is the principal language of the district. The principal communities are Hindus and Muslims and they constitute the major portion of the population.