|Winner of General Elections 2009 in Dhubri is BADRUDDIN AJMAL (AUDF)|
|Badruddin Ajmal||AUDF||Lock and Key||Vill. Donkigaon P.O. & P.S. Hojai Dist. Nagaon Assam PIN - 782435||540820|
|Anwar Hussain||INC||Hand||P.O. - Chapar Pin - 783371 Assam P.S. - Chapar Kazipara Pt. I||356401|
|Arun Das||RWS||Battery Torch||Vill. Dubagaon P.O. Golagaon Dist. Baska Assam PIN-781327||81617|
|Soleman Ali||IND||Kettle||Vill. Nabagat Shimlitola P.O. Shimlitola PS-Matia Dist. Goalpara Assam PIN-783130||20328|
|Minhar Ali Mandal||IND||Jug||Vill. Kacharipara P.O. Mankachar Dist. Dhubri Assam PIN-783131||14426|
|Alok Sen||SP||Bicycle||1-Loko Colony P.O. Pandu Guwahati-781012 Assam||9109|
|Tripti Kana Mazumdar Choudhury||IND||Cup & Saucer||M.C. Road P.O. Chenikuthi Dist. Kamrup Assam PIN-781003||7623|
|Nur Mahammad||IND||Scissors||Vill. Kathalbari P.O. & P.S. Bagribari Dist. Dhubri Assam PIN-783349||5929|
|Soleman Khandaker||IND||Railway Engine||Vill. Boraikandi P.O. Kanaimara Dist. Dhubri Assam PIN-783135||5373|
|Shahjahan Ali||IND||Table||Hedayetpur Ward No. 17 Goalpara Town P.O. Baladmari Dist. Goalpara Assam PIN - 783121||5357|
|Year||Voter Turnout Percentage||Winner Candidate||Percentage||Party||Runnerup Candidate||Percentage||Party|
|2004||75.1||ANWAR HUSSAIN||43.61||INC||AFZALUR RAHMAN||30.1||AGP|
|1999||78.58||Abdul Hamid||34.58||INC||Dr Pannalal Oswal||31.95||BJP|
|1998||73.65||Abdul Hamid||50.04||INC||Dr. Pannalal Oswal||24.18||BJP|
|1996||87.08||Nurul Islam||40.1||INC||Onkarmal Agarwal||23.24||AGP|
|1991||84.79||Nurul Islam||26.53||INC||Dinesh Chandra Sarkar||19.62||BJP|
|1984||86.77||Abdul Hamid||25.91||IND||Nurul Islam||23.99||INC|
|1977||67.71||Ahmmad Hossen||45.68||INC||Zahirul Islam||45.5||BLD|
HistoryThe word Dhuburi: comes from a legendary lady named Netai-Dhubuni. The story is connected with Behula-Lakhindar. The word Dhubuni is considered a corruption of 'Dhuburi'. According to Bodo-Kacharis, the word is of Bodo origin and derived form Dubra, a kind of grass. The story of lady Netai-Dhubuni is widely accepted for the naming history of Dhubri. Until 1874, Dhubri was mostly a part of Bengal kings. In 1874, the British Government created a new province named Assam Valley Province and incorporated Goalpara district area with its headquarters at Dhubri with the new Assam Province.
GeographyThe town is located between 89.5 degree east longitude and 26.1 degree north latitude. The town is about 34 m above the sea level.
DemographicsAs of 2001[update] India census,Dhubri had a population of 63,965. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Dhubri has an average literacy rate of 74%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 79% and, female literacy is 68%. In Dhubri, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age. With close to 75% of its population Muslims, it is one of the Minority Concentrated Districts of India.
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