Cities

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Zhob

Zhob is a small town and district capital of Zhob District in Balochistan province of Pakistan. The district is named after the river Zhob. It is a Pashto word which means oozing water. The Zhob river has a total length of about 410 kilometres. It is the only river in the country that follows a north-eastern course. It springs from the Kan Metarzai range, passes about 4 kilometre from Zhob city and finally flows into the Gomal river near Khajuri Kach.

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Wazirabad

Wazirabad is an industrial city located in Gujranwala District in province Punjab of Pakistan. Wazirabad is located on the Latitude of 32°26′N and Longitude of 74°07′E. It is situated on the banks of the Chenab River nearly 100 kilometres north of Lahore on the Grand Trunk Road. It is 45 kilometres from Sialkot, 30 kilometres from the district capital of Gujranwala and about 12 kilometres from Gujrat. Wazirabad City is located near the south banks of the Chenab River near a village Chanawan where the picturesque Nala Palkhu, a snow stream from the Himalayas joins to this big river.

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Washuk

Washuk District is located in province of Balochistan in Pakistan. It is a district in Balochistan. This district is best known internationally as the location of Shamsi Airfield. This town is located at the center of the district. The places around this district are Mashkel is at the western corner and Basima at the eastern corner. The other adjoining districts are Kharan, Chagai, Kalat, Khuzdar, Awaran and Panjgur.

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Wana

Wana is the largest town of South Waziristan Agency inPakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). It is the summer headquarters for the Agency’s administration, Tank located in the neighbouring Tank District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province being the winter headquarters.

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Wah Cantonment

Wah Cantonment or Wah Cantt is a military city located in the Punjab province of Pakistan, 30 km (19 mi) to the north west of Rawalpindi/Islamabad. The name ‘Wah’ has its roots in the Mughal era with the Mughal emperor Jehangir reported to have coined the name when his army was stationed at Wah, originally called ‘Jalal Sar’ nearby here, en route from a visit to Kashmir. Emperor Jehangir was impressed by the scenery of that place, so he said “Wah” (‘wow’) and so that village was named ‘Wah’ after that exclamation.

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Wagah Border

Wagah Border is the border between India and Pakistan connecting Lahore, Pakistan with Amritsar, India. It is located 29 km from the town of Lahore on the Pakistani side and 27 km from Amritsar on the Indian side. This is the only crossing point between Pakistan and India that is regularly open to foreigners. It’s a well known place all over Pakistan. When driving from Islamabad, it should take at minimum 4.5 hours.

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Wadh

Wadh is a town in the Khuzdar District of Balochistan, Pakistan. Wadh is in the mountainous region between the Kalat plateau and the plains of Sindh. The climate is semi-arid, although occasionally subject to flooding, with warm summers and mild winters. Agriculture is a major economic activity, followed by livestock farming.

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Vehari

Vehari is a small town in province Punjab of Pakistan. It is about 100 km from the historical city of Multan and is the headquarters of Vehari District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Vehari is situated at the Multan Delhi Road constructed by Indian Muslim Emperor Sher Shah Suri and is located at an altitude of 135 m. It is about 37 kilometres north of the river Sutlej in the southernmost of the five rivers of the Punjab region. Islam Headworks is located on this river near Luddan on the Luddan-Vehari canal providing irrigation water to both banks of the river, which includes the upper fringes of the Cholistan Desert.

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Uthal

Uthal is a city in province Balochistan of Pakistan. It is a city of Lasbela District. Uthal is headquarters of Uthal Tehsil an administrative subdivision of the district.

The city of Uthal consists population of Sindhis, Balochis, Brahui and Punjabis. The population is predominantly Muslim. The Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Science is located in Uthal.

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Umarkot

Umarkot is a town in the Umarkot District in Sindh, Pakistan. This city is located at the Latitude of 33.371° North and Longitude of 73.175° East. The city is well connected with the other large cities like Karachi, the provincial capital and Hyderabad. Most spoken language are Sindhi, Punjabi, and Dhatki. Urdu is the national language so it is spoken and understood. English is also spoken and understood by the educated people.

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Turbat

Turbat is a city located in southern Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is situated on the left bank of the Kech River. This town is the administrative center of Kech District and Turbat Tehsil, the town itself contains one Union council. There are several crops grown here. Major crops are Jowar (sorghum), barley, wheat, and rice are also grown, and livestock are raised. Koh-e-Murad is a shrine located in Turbat. Here is the shrine of Muhammad Jaunpuri. Zikris are followers of Muhammad Jaunpuri. The followers of Zikri sect gather here annually on the night of 27th Ramadan for a ritual visit to this shrine.

Tordher

Tordher is a town in the Swabi District of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan. It is the second leading trading city after Swabi in the district.  its geographical coordinates are 33° 59′ 28″ North, 72° 17′ 12″ …