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If the population table was taken out, the map of Indo Gangetic plain should be taken out too, cuz it covers the same area as the table. If you look at the table CAREFULLY, it covers vast areas totally encompassed in the map, and a section with ***PARTS OF*** Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, etc...I had added the "estimated" populations for tiny PARTS OF these states, NOT THEIR FULL POPULATIONS...Please don't delete this table...it gives a good guide...if u believe a certain subnational area is not within the plain, then discuss it here!
I agree... it also provides a strong(er) basis for the population figure cited in the opening. Brutannica 07:35, 7 October 2007 (UTC)s
I've moved it back. "Indo-Gangetic" is not just a compound of two nouns; it's an adjective meaning "of the Indus and the Ganges" (i.e. Indic+Gangetic). In the interests of parallelism, we could say Indus-Ganges Plain, but (a) that's not the name in common use, and (b) the article already mentions the name "Indus-Ganga Plain" in the intro, which I think is adequate. Q·L·1968☿ 18:09, 3 November 2014 (UTC)
Cities It seems a bit belabored to list so many cities in the summary. I'm changing it with something more concise. There's already an entire section on cities, there's no reason to list so many in the introduction. If anyone disagrees we can discuss. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Timothyjosephwood (talk • contribs) 07:38, 27 March 2015 (UTC)