Jamtara is a new district created separately from the Dumka region. Bound by Deoghar province in the north, Jamtara district is one of the 24 provinces of Jharkhand district in eastern India. The city of Jamtara is the administrative headquarters of this region. The district was recorded on 26 April 2001 separating the four blocks Kundhit, Nala, Jamtara and Narayanpur — the old Dumka district. Previously, it was sub-division. In its long history it has been part of Birbhum under Hetampur Raj and Bardhaman Maharaja-Dhiraj.
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It is the regional capital, subdivision and community development structure. It has also been called the capital of India's most sensitive identity theft. It got the title because there have been so many instances of identity theft all over the country that its origins are in this small town.
The region has an area of 1802 km2.
There are 6 total villages in Jamatar.
There are 150 total districts in the region.
There are 3 total cities in the region.
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