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Ghāziābād Zilā (Hindi: ग़ाज़ियाबाद ज़िला, Urdu: غازی آباد ضلعש, IPA: [ɣaːziːaːbaːd zɪlaː]) is a district of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. The town of Ghaziabad is the administrative headquarters of the district.

Ghaziabad district is bounded on the northwest by Baghpat District, on the north by Meerut District, on the east by Jyotiba Phule Nagar District across the Yamuna River, on the southeast by Bulandshahr District, on the southwest by Gautam Buddha Nagar District, and on the west by Haryana state across the Yamuna River.

The district was created on November 14, 1976 from Ghaziabad tehsil of Bulandshahar District.

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Ghaziabad District is a district of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. The town of Ghaziabad is the administrative headquarters of the district.

Ghaziabad district is bounded on the northwest by Baghpat District, on the north by Meerut District, on the east by Jyotiba Phule Nagar District across the Yamuna River, on the southeast by Bulandshahr District, on the southwest by Gautam Buddha Nagar District, and on the west by Haryana state across the Ganges River.

The district was created on November 14 1976 from Ghaziabad tehsil of Meerut District.

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Divisions and districts of Uttar Pradesh, India
Agra division: Agra | Aligarh | Etah | Firozabad | Mainpuri | Hathras | Mathura
<center>Allahabad division: Allahabad | Fatehpur | Kaushambi | Pratapgarh
<center>Azamgarh division: Azamgarh | Ballia | Mau
<center>Bareilly division: Badaun | Bareilly | Pilibhit | Shahjahanpur
<center>Basti division: Basti | Sant Kabir Nagar | Siddharthnagar
<center>Chitrakoot division: Banda | Chitrakoot | Hamirpur | Mahoba
<center>Devipatan division: Bahraich | Balarampur | Gonda | Shravasti
<center>Faizabad division: Ambedkar Nagar | Barabanki | Faizabad | Sultanpur
<center>Gorakhpur division: Devaria | Gorakhpur | Kushinagar | Maharajganj
<center>Jhansi division: Jalaun | Jhansi | Lalitpur
<center>Kanpur division: | Auraiya | Etawah | Farrukhabad | Kannauj | Kanpur Dehat | Kanpur Nagar
<center>Lucknow division: Hardoi | Lakhimpur Kheri | Lucknow | Raebareli | Sitapur | Unnao
<center>Meerut division: | Bagpat | Bulandshahr | Gautam Buddha Nagar | Ghaziabad | Meerut
<center>Mirzapur division: Mirzapur | Sant Ravidas Nagar | Sonbhadra
<center>Moradabad division: Bijnor | Jyotiba Phule Nagar | Moradabad | Rampur
<center>Saharanpur division: Muzaffarnagar | Saharanpur
<center>Varanasi division: Chandauli | Ghazipur | Jaunpur | Varanasi
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