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Samba district

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Tunnel found in Samba district ‎along the Indo-Pak border

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Jammu के Samba इलाके में सुरंग; Nagrota में Jaish के आतंकियों के इसी सुरंग से आने का शक़

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Samba district is writing a new tale of development: Special report from J&K

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District hospital in J&K’s Samba lacks basic medical facilities, only 3 doctors for urgent cases

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Latest Update from Samba district: Ist Round Trends in DDC Elections

Samba District is a newly formed district in the Indian administered state of Jammu and Kashmir. Before the formation of this district, the area now under the district was part of Jammu district. Now the district itself covers Samba town and adjoining tehsils namely, Vijaypur and village Supwal, Gahwal. Historically Samba consist of 22 native towns, each consist of a separate family. The district is separated from the Jammu district by "Purmandal Bridge". Muslims make up just under 6% of total population according to 2001 India census.Samba town is situated on the stream Basantar River.
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