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  • ...This list simply gives an historical distribution of [[Muslim Jat]] tribes in the [[Punjab (Pakistan)|Punjab]] province of [[Pakistan]], a number of year ...Jat population of the district was Muslim, according to the 1931 Census of India, numbering 137,914. According to the 1911 census, the following were the pr
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  • ...t|Sialkot]] and [[Sahiwal District|Montgomery]].<ref>Imperial Gazetteer of India Provincial Series Punjab Volume II Usha Publications 1984</ref> ...s list is simply gives an historical distribution of [[Muslim Jat]] tribes in the [[Punjab (Pakistan)|Punjab]] province of [[Pakistan]], a number of year
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  • ...ration]] but use instead [[metropolitan area]] or [[city proper]]. Figures in the tables below are estimates for mid-2010. The basis of the data is not c ==100 largest agglomerations in the world==
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  • ...ts. This list is gives an historical distribution of [[Muslim Jat]] tribes in the [[Punjab (Pakistan)|Punjab]] province of [[Pakistan]], a number of year ...tal Muslim Jat population of the district, according to the 1931 Census of India, was 15,722 (96%) out of a total population of 16,373. According to the 191
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  • ...and Tables Provincial Table No. 2 Local Distribution of Indigenous Tribes in Baluchistan pages 124 to 133</ref> [[Category:Censuses in Pakistan]]
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  • ...state of [[Rajasthan]], by the 1901 [[Census of India]]. <ref>'' Census of India 1901 Vol 25, Rajputana Pt 1, Report Subsidiary Table 1 A Caste, Tribe and * [[1891 Census of India]]
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  • ...khand]], by the 1901 [[Census of India]].<ref>{{cite book |title=Census of India 1901. Vol. 16, Pt. 1, N.-W. Provinces and Oudh. Report. Subsidiary Table I | ||''' [[Nayak (Hindu)|Naik]] in plains''' || 2,544
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  • ...e states of [[Uttar Pradesh]] and [[Uttarakhand]], in the 1891 [[Census of India]].<ref>''Tribes and Castes of North Western Provinces and Oudh'' Volume I b | || ''' [[Armenians in India|Armenians]] ''' || 54
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  • ...r Province]], now known as [[Khyber Pakhtunkhwa]], by the 1901 [[Census of India]]. ...Tribe, Race and Nationality Part 1B Showing the distribution of the Castes in the North West Frontier Province </ref>
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  • |ref4 = <ref name="Ancestry in Canada">{{cite web|url=http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/nhs-enm/2011/dp-pd/prof/d ...e/QuickStats/quickstats-about-a-subject/culture-and-identity/ethnic-groups-in-new-zealand.aspx|archivedate=11 October 2011}}</ref>
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  • ...book|url=http://dspace.gipe.ac.in/xmlui/handle/10973/37337|title=Census of India, 1941. Vol. XXII: Jammu and Kashmir. Part I and II: Essay and Tables|last=W The following elements are listed in alphabetical order.
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