2 edition of N.W.F. Province gazetteer, Kohat District. found in the catalog.
N.W.F. Province gazetteer, Kohat District.
North-west Frontier Province, India.
|LC Classifications||MLCM 95/12667 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||95193285|
() -- KOHAT (PAKISTAN), Aug. 4, (Xinhua) -- People gather near a damaged passenger bus on the site of an accident in Pakistan's northwestern district of Kohat, on Aug. 4, At least 14 people were killed and over 30 others injured in a deadly road crash in Kohat on Saturday evening, local media and police said. Sher Ahmad Khan, known as Khan of Makhad, was the Chief of the Sagri Khattaks. He was also a Jagirdar of Shakardara in Kohat District. The Dynasty was started by Ghazi Khan in the early 16th century during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Ghazi Khan moved from Kohat .
The Kohat-Hangu Valley in the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan is an arid region with an extreme climate, watered by hill streams and with sparse natural vegetation. There has been no previous full malaria survey. Malaria is believed to account for 80 per cent, of all illness. A thorough malaria survey was carried out; it revealed 12 species of anophelines: A. Culicifacies, stephensi. Search results 1 - of
The Kohat-Hangu Valley is situated in Kohat District of the North-West Frontier Province. The altitude varies from 3, to 4, feet above sea-level. It is dry and hot in the summer; cold and humid in the winter with snow and rain. Villagers tether their cattle in the houses and optimum conditions. are created for the breeding and feeding of sandflies all the year round. Bangash: | The |Bangash| (|Pashto|: |بنګش|), (|Urdu|: ||بنگش||) are one of the largest and pe World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the.
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Author: North-west Frontier Province, Kohat District. book ISBN: LCCN Genre: Kohat District (Pakistan) File Size: Gazetteer of the Kohat District Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore: Reprint version Gazetteer of the province of Sind B Vol. I Karachi District Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore: Reprint version: Gazetteer of the province of Sind Royal Book Company, Karachi: Historic Battlefields of Pakistan.
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Also seen as North-West Frontier Province, Northwest Frontier Province, N W F Province or NWFP. North West Frontier Province was created out of Punjab in It was part of the Bengal Presidency and it is now a province of Aprilthe name of the province was official changed to Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa by passage of an amendment to the Constitution.
N W F Province Gazetteers Peshawar District Vol.a version, mirror from Digital Library of India. Peshawur in page Wall-Street to Cashmere: A Journal of Five Years in Asia, Africa and Europe by John B Ireland Google Books.
(page (missing from the previous file)). The author was an American lawyer. Gazetteer of Province of Sind Sukkur District () Gazetteer of the Attock District ; Gazetteer of the Kohat District ; Gazetteer of the Lahore District ; Gazetteer of the Larkana District () Book(s) loaned to a member can be reserved by other members through asking the circulation desk.
Imperial Gazetteer of India: Provincial Series, Volume 24 head-quarters hills Himalayas Hindu income India Indus irrigation Ismail Khan District Jamrud Kabul river Kashmir Khattak Khyber Kohat District Kurram lakhs land revenue levies Mahsuds Malakand Mardan Marwat Mlranzai Mohmands mountain Mughal Muhammad Muhammadan Mulla municipal.
Kayya Kach in the region of North-West Frontier Province is a place in Pakistan - some mi (or km) South-West of Islamabad, the country's capital city. Interactive map of Kayya Kach Current time in Kayya Kach is now AM (Thursday). The Khattak (Pashto: خټک ) is a Pashtun tribe numbering over 3 million, who speak a variant of the Kandahari Pashto.
The Pashtuns of the Khattak tribe are settled along the western bank of the Indus River from as north upwards as Lund Khwar, Katlang, Sawaldher, Sher Garh and near Malakand, Shaidu Nowshera District, Kohat District, Mianwali District, Attock District & Karak District in.
M. fenton, Gazetteer of the Kohat District Sang-e-Meel Publication, Lahore Alexander Burnes, Cabool: Personal Narrative of a Journey to, and Residence in That City, in the Years ,8 2nd Government of West Pakistan, Lahore Chaparai in the region of North-West Frontier Province is a town located in Pakistan - some mi (or km) South-West of Islamabad, the country's capital.
Interactive map of Chaparai Local time in Chaparai is now PM (Sunday). The Kohat district is the southernmost of the three districts of the Peshawar division, and lies between north latitude 32° 47' and 33° 53' and east longitude 70° 34' and 72° 17'.
It is bounded  on the north by the Peshawar district and the Afridi and Orakzai hills, on the east by the Indus, on the south by the Bannu district and on the. The Afridis of the Kohat pass, before notoriously the most unruly tribe in the district, behaved in an admirable manner, furnishing levies with alacrity, and keeping the pass so safe that it was considered by Captain Henderson "the safest portion of the road in the whole country"; and during the seven months of trouble they were not charged.
Royal Book Company, Karachi: Good background on the city. Photographs: From Kashmir to Kabul Photography - * Gazetteer: Gazetteer of the Kohat District * GP-|K* Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore, Pakistan: Org: Reprint Reprint version: Gazetteer: Gazetteer. Cleanup|date=December Kohat (Urdu: کوہاٹ) is a medium sized town in North West Frontier Province of Pakistan.
It is the capital of Kohat District. The town centres around a British era fort, various bazaars, and a military cantonment. There. Kohat. Kohat (Urdu: کوہاٹ) is a medium sized town in North West Frontier Province of is located at 33°35'13N 71°26'29E with an altitude of meters ( feet) [1 and is the capital of Kohat District.
The town centers around a British-era fort, various bazaars, and a military cantonment. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa means the "Khyber side of the land of the Pashtuns, where the word Pakhtunkhwa means "Land of the Pashtuns", while according to some scholars, it refers to "Pashtun culture and society".
When the British established it as a province, they called it "North West Frontier Province" (abbreviated as NWFP) due to its relative location being in north west of their Indian Empire. 2- "Afghanistan and its inhabitants" translation of Muhammad Hayat Khan's book by Henry B Priestley_ (reproduced by Sang-e-Meel Publications_Pakistan_ 3- Horace Arthur Rose, A Glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-Wes 4- Gazetteer of the Kohat District 5- Gazetteer of the Bannu District.Container List: BIA Gazetteers and handbooks, Microfiche no.
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