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 Resources Kalat
It should be remembered that Kalat district was bifurcated in 1992 into Kalat and Mastung.
Kalat district has very limited mineral resources that can be exploited economically.
It is unfortunate that district-wise data for Kalat is inadequate and weak.
www.bdd.sdnpk.org /districts/kalat/resources%20kalat.html   (252 words)

  
 Area and Location
Mir Nasir Khan II, Khan of Kalat (1840-75), was questioned about the borders of Baluchistan by the British and Afghan envoys at his court.
The author of Khulasatul-Tawarikh, Sujan Rai Batalwi, describes "River Chanab as the eastern border between Baluchistan and Mughal India." Mir Nasir Khan II, Khan of Kalat (1840-75), was questioned about the borders of Baluchistan by the British and Afghan envoys at his court.
The same geographical features which helped to preserve Baluchistan from foreign occupation and established its separate identity also prevented the growth of a central government at Kalat to control the areas over a long distance.
members.fortunecity.com /balochistan/baloch/id8.html   (252 words)

  
 dispute resolution - Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP - international litigation
Kalat is admitted to the Bars of the State of New York, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
Kalat is a member of the Corporate International Department.
His major practice area is counseling privately held corporate clients, both domestic and foreign, in corporate transactions, especially contractual matters involving the distribution of goods and agency and distributor issues as well as negotiation and dispute resolution.
www.cm-p.com /attorneys_partners_kalat.htm   (236 words)

  
 BALUCHISTAN - LoveToKnow Article on BALUCHISTAN
Nominally all the provinces and districts of Baluchistan, with the exception of the ceded territory which we call British Baluchistan, are under the khan of Kalat, and all chiefs acknowledge him as their suzerain.
The degree of independence enjoyed by the various districts of Baluchistan may be said to cary in direct proportion to their distance from Quetta.
The Quetta and Pishin plateatu to which it leads is the central dominant water-divide of Baluchistan and the base of the Kandahar highway.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /B/BA/BALUCHISTAN.htm   (236 words)

  
 Quetta
Quetta district is bounded north by Pishin district, west by Afghanistan, east by Sibi district, and south by Kalat and Chagai districts.
From Nushki (southwest of Quetta city) to Dalbandin (southwest of Nushki), the division consists of a sandy level plain; and farther west beyond Dalbandin, Chagai district is mainly desert.
Quetta, also spelled KWATAH, city, district, and division of Baluchistan Province, Pakistan.
members.fortunecity.com /generation34/quetta.htm   (236 words)

  
 MAKRAN - LoveToKnow Article on MAKRAN
The rourth section includes the valleys formed by the Rakshan and Mashkel, which, sweeping downwards from the Kalat highlands and the Persian border east and west, unite to break through the intervening chain of hills northward to form the Mashkel wamps, and define the northern limits of Makran.
The ancient Dravidians, of whom the Brahui is typical, still exist in many of the districts which are assigned to them in Herodotus.
The old Tajik element of Persia is not so evident in Makran as it is farther north; and the Karak jirates whose depredations led to the invasion of India and the conquest of Sind, seem to have disappeared altogether.
www.1911ency.org /M/MA/MAKRAN.htm   (965 words)

  
 Quetta (Prefecture Apostolic) [Catholic-Hierarchy]
Description: The District of Quetta, Ziarat, Chaggai, Loralai, Sibi and Zhob, Kachhi & Kalat districts and the civil province of Balochistan
Mailing Address: Ordnance Road, P.O. Box 175, Quetta Cantt.
www.catholic-hierarchy.org /diocese/dquet.html   (965 words)

  
 Pakistan
The largest district in Pakistan : Khuzdar District in Kalat Division (Balochistan)
The least populous district in Pakistan : Chagi District in Quetta Division (2 person per sq.
The most populous district in Pakistan : Lahore and Okara Districts (Punjab)
www.lahoretown.com /pakistan.htm   (965 words)

  
 News
In Balochistan, the elections will be held in fourteen districts which are Kalat, Washak, Lasbella, Jhal Magsi, Quetta city district, Dera Bugti, Qila Abdullah, Chaghi, Kohlu, Loralai, Zhob, Musakhel, Ketch and Panjgur.
The Sindh Government has notified the allocation of additional seats for Minorities in various Union Councils of twelve districts of the province where population of minorities is in excess of ten percent of the total population.
In the Second Phase elections will be held in eighteen districts of Punjab province including Rawalpindi city district, Attock, Chakwal, Jhelum, Mianwali, Bhakkar, Faisalabad city district, Jhang, Toba Tek Singh, Hafizabad, Gujrat, Mandi Bahauddin, Narowal, Lahore city district, Sheikhupura, Nankana, Kasur and Okara.
www.pakistanlink.com /Headlines/July05/24/07.htm   (359 words)

  
 Afghanistan Provinces
Kahmard district was moved from Baghlan to Bamian; Jaghatu district moved from Ghazni to Vardak; Gizab, Kijran, and Shahristan districts moved from Oruzgan to Daikondi; Nesh district moved From Oruzgan to Kandahar; Azra district moved from Paktia to Lowgar; and Shamul district moved from Paktia to Khowst.
By 1964, the provinces of Badghis, Baghlan and Pul-i-Khumri, Bamian, Ghorat, Kalat, Kapisa, Konduz, Kunarha, Laghman, Lowgar, Nangarhar, Nimruz, Oruzgan, Paktia, Samangan, Talugan, and Wardak and Maiden had been formed, and Eastern, Kataghan, and Southern had disappeared in the process.
A 1990 estimate of the population of Daikondi was 127,661.
www.statoids.com /uaf.html   (1057 words)

  
 Tourism @ Pakwatan.com
The district is bound on the north by the desert region of Afghanistan (which lies south of the Helmand river), on the east by the Sarlath hilly range and Kalat District, on the south by Kharan District and on the west by Iran.
The high-lands comprise the Chagai and Koh-i-Sultan ranges in the north, the Sarlath range in the eastern portion of the district and the Mir-Jawa, Kachau and Ras-Koh hills (the highest mountain in the district) on the south-west border.
The Toba Kakar Range and Chagai hills in the north form the border of Pakistan with Afghanistan.
www.pakwatan.com /main/tourism/city_detail.php3?ID=66   (1057 words)

  
 IDSP
IDSP is the implementing partner in 6 districts of Balochistan namely, Kachi, Chaghi, Kharan, Kalat, Killa Saifullah and Loralai.
District Kachi was followed by district Chaghi, Kharan, Kalat, Loralai and finally Killa Saifullah.
Keeping in view this vision IDSP signed an agreement with Aga Khan University on 28th August 2002 for implementing Tawana Pakistan Project in 6 districts of Balochistan Namely; Kachi, Chaghi, Kharan, Kalat, Killa Saifullah and Loralai.
www.idsp.org.pk /tpp.html   (1057 words)

  
 Quetta --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
Quetta district is bounded north by Pishin district, west by Afghanistan, east by Sibi district, and south by Kalat and Chagai districts.
From Nushki (southwest of Quetta city) to Dalbandin (southwest of Nushki), the division consists of a sandy level plain; and farther west beyond Dalbandin, Chagai district is mainly desert.
Wheat is the main rabi' (spring) crop, jowar (sorghum) is the chief kharif (autumn) crop in the plains and corn (maize) in the highlands.
www.britannica.com /ebc/article-9062248   (1001 words)

  
 PARC AZRC, Quetta
Thirty barley growers were interviewed in Khuzdar (Loc.1), 31 farmers from Kalat, Quetta and Pishin (Loc.2), and 25 farmers were interviewed from Loralai and Zhob districts (Loc.3).
Limited information gathered in the past is available regarding epidemiology of parasitic diseases in the Quetta and Kalat areas and this study was, therefore, conducted to document the available data and see any change in parasitic infection of small ruminants in the area over the last few years.
A study was carried out at Arid Zone Research Centre, Quetta during July, 2001 to January, 2002 to monitor internal parasitic infestation in sheep and goats of Asghara Valley in Ziarat district.
www.parc.gov.pk /azrc/azrc.html   (12637 words)

  
 Mohmand.net
In the district of Shinwar, in Mohmand Dara, Lalpur, Batikot, Kama, Goshta, lower Kunar and Chapohar.
In Pakistan they live in the Mohmand Agency, whose four directions are the following: to the west Afghanistan, to the South the Khyber Agency, to the west the Peshawar district and to the north is has a frontier to the Bajaurr Agency.
Furthermore some Mohmand live in Herat province in district Angil, and in the province of Ghazni.
www.mohmand.net /framemitte.htm   (528 words)

  
 baloch and balochistan
Quetta Division consists of the districts of Quetta, Pishin, Chagai, Loralai Division of Zhob and Loralai District; Sibi Division of the districts of Sibi and the agencies of Kohlu and Dera Bugti; Kalat Division, of the districts of Kalat, Khuzdar, Kharan and Lasbela; Makran Division, of the districts of Turbat, Panjgur and Gwadar.
Akbar Bugti, tribal chief of the Bugtis, claims the action is an attempt to loosen his tribal hold over the region.
The Kalpars, a splinter group within the Bugti tribe, were removed from the town of Sui after their three year-feud became increasingly violent and endangered the nearby gas field.
www.biomedhealthcare.co.uk /people/pakistan.htm   (528 words)

  
 Balochistan -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
On 8 July 1948, when the news of the Prince’s arrival reached Kalat, the Prime Minister, Mr.Fell, accompanied by a Kalat State Force, went to meet the Prince at Earboi to deliver the Khan’s message.
The (A Pashto term for a decision making assembly of male elders) Jirga was instructed to study the circumstances and events which led to the revolt and was asked to give its recommendations to the District Magistrate.
However, The Khan was not an absolute monarch; he was required to act under the provisions of the Rawaj (the Baloch constitution).
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/b/ba/balochistan.htm   (3539 words)

  
 Ahmed Shah Abdali of afghanistan
The Khanate forces were defeated and the Afghan forces marched towards Kalat, the capital of Baloch state, destroying the settlements in the present district of Mastung by adopting a scorch earth policy.
It is amazing that during the pitched battles fought between the forces led by Ahmed Shah personally and the outnumbered forces of Khanate of Kalat, the warriors from both sides used to pray at the same time, to the same direction and according to the guidelines of the same Islamic sect.
Mohamed bin Qasim and rulers of Ghazna dynasty in Afghanistan are being portrayed as model Muslim rulers.
www.baloch2000.org /forum/2003/abdali.htm   (3539 words)

  
 Baloch becoming a victim of Pakistan’s dirty Games
QUETTA: Three alleged terrorists were killed and a policeman was seriously injured in an encounter in Kalat district, some 160 kilometres from the provincial capital, on Sunday.
On the directives of IG Police Dr Shoaib Suddle, a joint police team of Quetta and Kalat raided a house to apprehend members of a terrorist group sponsored by Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
QUETTA: Police claimed to have unearthed a terrorist gang sponsored by Indian intelligence agency --Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) -- and seized a huge quantity of arms and ammunition, including 107 mm rockets, Klashnikovs and rocket launcher etc, in a raid conducted in Killi Faizababad, outskirts of the provincial capital, here on Thursday.
www.balochvoice.com /Balochvoice_Press_release.html   (571 words)

  
 Sarbaaz.Com :': Places in Balochistan - Kalaat or Kalat :': ((Where Baloch Click?))
The population of the district was estimated at 316,787 in 1995.
The Brahui Khans of Kalat were dominant from the 18th century until the arrival of the British in the 19th century.
The origins of the Brahui speaking tribes are uncertain.
www.balochistan.sarbaaz.com /kalaat.htm   (345 words)

  
 ASC - Seismicity of Pakistan
The third one is the Pubb fault which ends into Arabian sea near Makran coast and the last one is located in the lower Dadu district near Surajani and falls in the vicinity of Karachi.
The Chaman Fault runs along Pakistan's western frontier with Afghanistan from Kalat, in the northern Makran range, past Quetta and then on to Kabul, Afghanistan.
Earthquake activity in Pakistan is mainly concentrated in the north and western sections of the country, along the boundary of the Indian plate and the Iranian and Afghan micro-plates.
www.asc-india.org /seismic/pakistan.htm   (1556 words)

  
 KEJ - LoveToKnow Article on KEJ
The present Khan of Kalat exercises but a feeble sway over this portion of his dominion, although he appoints a governor to the province.
, or KECH, the chief place in a district of the province of Makran in Baluchistan, which has given its name to Kej-Makran, as distinguished from Persian Makran.
The principal tribe residing around Kej is that of the Gichki, who claim to be of Rajput origin, and to have settled in Makran during the I7th century, having been driven out of Rajputana.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /K/KE/KEJ.htm   (648 words)

  
 baluch and baluchistan
It has fertile land like that of Nasirabad, as well as, tracks' which are thirsty for centuries, and where even a bush could hardly be sighted like that of Pat section of Sibi District and Dasht-e-Makran in Makran Division.
Baluchistan has hottest places in the country like Sibi and Dhadar, where temperature shoots up to over 120 °F, as well as coldest towns like Quetta, Kalat, Ziarat, Kan Mehtarzai where mercury falls down much below freezing point.
Baluchistan has places with lofty and rugged mountains under Chiltan, Takatu, Sulaiman, Sultan etc. and plains stretching to hundreds of miles.
www.angelfire.com /film/balochistan/baluchistan.htm   (1089 words)

  
 GlobBiz Avenue
Although it is generally understood that the right of sovereignty in Gawadar was transferred by the Khans of Kalat to Maskat in perpetuity, the Khans and natives of Gawadar have always denounced this perception.
In 1958, Gawadar and its surroundings area were reverted back from Maskat to Pakistan and were made a tehsil of Makran district.
These rulers are said to be connected with the rulers of Maskat and were called Buledais with reference to the valley of Buleda, where they resided.
www.globbizavenue.com /historical.asp   (1089 words)

  
 Pakistan: Drought - OCHA-03: 30-May-00
The worst-affected regions are Chaghi, Kalat, Killa Saifullah and Aranji in the Khuzdar district of Balochistan, but the drought has also taken its toll in and around deserts of Thar in Sindh and Cholistan in Punjab.
Much of the country has received very low rainfall since 1998 and this situation has been exacerbated, particularly in the customarily rain-fed areas, by an unusually dry period which commenced in November 1999 and has continued up to the present.
In all, around 2.4 million people have been affected; 1.1 million and 1.3 million, in Balochistan and Sindh respectively.
www.cidi.org /disaster/00a/0219.html   (1089 words)

  
 Equal Global Citizens - Uplifting Humanity - National News
Balochistan: Kalat, Washuk, Lasbela, Jhal Magsi, Quetta City District, Dera Bugti, Killa Abdullah, Chagai, Kohlu, Loralai, Zhob, Musakhel, Kech and Panjgur (14 districts).
Balochistan: Khuzdar, Mastung, Kharan, Awaran, Pishin, Noshki, Sibi, Ziarat, Bolan, Nasirabad, Jaffarabad, Killa Saifullah, Barkhan and Gwadar (14 districts).
www.equal-citizens.com /ScheduleLC010705.php   (1089 words)

  
 History of Balochistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Critics dispute such claims as unrealistic and contrary to popular support for Jinnah, as the Khan of Kalat ruled even after Jinnah's death with the support of the government.
After the arrest of the Prince and his party, the A.G.G. gave an order for an inquiry, to be conducted by Khan Sahib Abdullah Khan, the Additional District Ma­gistrate of Quetta.
Prince Karim and his 142 followers were arrested and imprisoned in the Mach and Quetta jails.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/History_of_Baluchistan   (3155 words)

  
 Farhan Siddiqui's Journal
Mohammad Bin Qasim conquered Sindh in the 7th century and introduced Islam in South Asia.On 3rd February 1839, the British captured the village and three years later, annexed it into British Empire as the district of Karachi.
After a while, this settlement was taken over by the Khan of Kalat who constructed a small fort in the area.
The British, who realized its potential as a port city for the produce of the Indus Valley, developed it into a commercial trading center.
www.greatestcities.com /users/siddiqui   (12757 words)

  
 5000 years - History of Pakistan Movement
In May 1879, a treaty was signed by Afghans and Britain which forced Afghanistan to accept Britain's control of its foreign affairs and to cede the British various frontier areas, including the district Pishin, Sibi, Harnai, and Thal Chotiali.
In 1876 Sandeman concluded a treaty with Khan of Kalat that brought his territories - including Kharan, Makran, and Las Bela - under British suzerainty.
Kashmir was transferred by sale in the Treaty of Amritsar in 1850 to the Dogrra Dynasty, which ruled the area under British paramountcy until 1947.
www.brain.net.pk /~wisetech/50/history/index.html   (12757 words)

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