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  • India Company soldier and explorer Narrative of various journeys in Balochistan, Afganistan and the Panjab (1844) Works by this author published
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  • Terrain: flat Indus plain in east; mountains in north and northwest; Balochistan plateau in west Elevation extremes: lowest point: Indian Ocean 0 m highest
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  • free to the public.   Life in Balochistan.—An interesing lecture on the northern Balochis, a hill tribe of Balochistan on the northwestern frontier of
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  • al-Shibh, and Abu Faraj al-Libi—the FATA, parts of the NWFP, Quetta in Balochistan, and Muridke in Punjab remain a sanctuary for al Qaeda, the Afghan Taliban
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  • Edition of 1920. See also Balochistan on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.
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  • also, and Mitha Khan joined the Khan with a hundred horsemen. All the Balochistan chiefs and feudatories, Highlanders and Lowlanders (Sarawan and Jahlawan)
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  • of Saun Sakeser, Multan, Dera Ghazi Khan, Dera Ismail Khan, Sindh and Balochistan for guiding and persuading people. Discussion about him cannot be found
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  • Practical Results of. G. M. Sternberg 735 Ball Nozzle, The. (Frag.) 430 Balochistan, Life in. (Frag.) 137 Barrows, Samuel J. The Fifth International Prison
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  • of Pakistan and Afghanistan, including the FATA, the NWFP, parts of Balochistan, and parts of Punjab. (3) REPORT.— (A) IN GENERAL.— Not later than
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  • and localised on Mount Chihl-tan, near Quelta. See Masson's Travels in Balochistan, ii, 85.] There was once a prophet named Drīs, and though he possessed
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  • See also Balochistan, Pakistan on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer.
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  • Nizam’s Dominion, Ambā Bhavānī of Mount Abu in Rajputana, Hinglāj Mātā in Balochistan, or the mighty Kālī of Calcutta, traces his devotion. The process by
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  • Tribal Areas and the Federal Capital as under. General Seats Women Total Balochistan 14 3 17 The North West Frontier Province 35 8 43 The Punjab 148 35 183
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