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Sikhs count for 70.89% of the population in Bathinda District on a whole in spite of not being a majority in the city.Major industries in Bathinda include National Fertilizers Plant, Bathinda is home of two cement plants, Ambuja Cements and Ultra Tech Cement Limited.As per provisional reports of Census India, population of Bathinda city in 2011 is 285,813; male and female are 151,782 and 134,031 respectively. The number of literate people in Bathinda city are 211,318 of which 118,888 are males while 92,430 are females, average literacy rate is 82.84 percent of which male and female literacy is 87.86 and 77.16 percent respectively.Total children (ages 0 to 6) in Bathinda city are 30,713: 16,472 boys and 14,241 girls. Hinduism is the majority religion in Bathinda city with 62.61% people following the faith.Two power plants (Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant and Guru Hargobind Thermal Plant) (Lehra Mohabbat), Petrochemical Plants, Yarn & Textiles Plants, Citrus Fruit Belts and Sugar Mills.HMEL is building a Grassroots oil refinery There has been increasing incidence of various types of cancer in and around Bathinda.According to Henry George Raverty, Bathinda was known as Tabarhindh (Labb-ut-Twarikh).
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