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Zhob (Fort Sandeman)

Zhob (Fort Sandeman)

Located some 320 kilometers from Quetta in Balochistan is the small town of Zhob which was once a strategic dwelling in the times of British in the late 19th century for its closeness to Afghanistan. The town lies on an open plain just east of the Zhob River. Before the British came to the area, [...]

January 30, 2018 admin Balochistan, Cities Of Balochistan 0

The Flag and Emblem

The Flag and Emblem

Crescent and the Star The National flag of Pakistan was designed by Ameer-ud-Din Kidwai, and was adopted upon independence on August 14, 1947. The national flag of Pakistan is dark green in colour with a white bar, a white crescent in the centre and a five-pointed star. The green section represents Muslims, while the white [...]

January 22, 2017 admin Pakistan Special 0

About Peshawar

About Peshawar

Peshawar is the most lively city of Pakistan. It is the heart of the North western (Khyber Pakhtoon Kuwah) province. The city lies at the edge of the Historic Khyber pass. The city is well known for its historic and cultural values. Peshawar has seen many invaders and travelers passing it by, from around the [...]

January 20, 2017 admin Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Major Cities Of K.P 0

History of Quetta

History of Quetta

Quetta, derived from Kuatta, means fort in the Pashto language. The city is a natural fort, surrounded by imposing hills on all sides. The hills are called Chiltan, Takatu, and Mehrdar (so called because of its beauty, but now known as Murdar), and Zarghun. It is not known when Quetta was first inhabited, but most [...]

September 25, 2016 admin Balochistan, Cities Of Balochistan 0
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