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Malkapur, Buldana
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Malkapur is a town and a municipal council in Buldana district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Malkapur is also known as the entrance of Vidarbha. It is a major industrial and educational center in Buldhana district. Malkapur is known for producing cotton. In the British era it was known as the "white gold of Vidarbha." Malkapur has a vast paper industry and the primary paper suppliers to Mumbai are in Malkapur. Malkapur also has many dal mills, and a major agricultural industry specializing in mahyco and ankur seeds. Chemical plants are also situated at MIDC. Malkapur is a well-known grain and cloth market due to its proximity to Madhya Pradesh. Member Loksabha (Raver Region) : Shri. Haribhau Jawle (Bhartiya Janta Party) Member Vidhansabha (Malkapur and Nandura Region) : Shri. Chensukhji Sancheti (Bhartiya Janta Party) President: Adv. Majeed Qureshi (INC)

Vice President: Shri. Mahadeo Vanare (ShivSena)
Malkapur is located at 20°31′N 76°07′E / 20.52°N 76.12°E / 20.52; 76.12[3]. It has an average elevation of 255 metres (839 feet) Going by the Indian Census report of 2001, Malkapur had a population of 61, 015. Males constitute 51% of the population while females account for the remaining 49%. In Malkapur, 15% of the population is less than six years of age. The average literacy rate of Malkapur is 69% which is higher than the national average literacy rate which is 59.5%. Out of it, the male literacy rate is 75% while the female literacy rate is 63%. REPORT 2001

Total Population : -Person 61,015 Males  31,398 Females 29,617 Population Between AGE  0 TO 6 :-TotalPerson 9,220 Males :-4, 785 Females :- 4, 435 Literates :- Person 42,069 Males 23,517 Females 18,552
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