Introduction of Balochistan of Pakistan

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Lahore
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Islamabad
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Faisalabad
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Sialkot
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Rawalpindi
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Sukker
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Northern Areas
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Kalash Valleys
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Quetta

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Chakwal
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Gujranwala
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Gujrat
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Bahawalpur

Balochistan is the largest Province of Pakistan.Major exports in the form of fresh fruits are only because of its fertile and beautiful land.East of the Sulaiman and Kirthar ranges lies the Balochistan Plateau with an average altitude of 2,000 ft.(610 m). The physical features of the plateau are very varied, but mountains, plateaus and basins predominate the scene. The Mountains spread in various directions, attaining height 6,000- 11,000 ft. (1,830-3,335 m).

In the north are the Toba Kakar Range and Chagai hills which form the border of Pakistan with Afghanistan for some distance. In the west-central part is the Siahan Range and in the east-southern corner the Mekran Range. Except for the Toba Kakar Range, which is dotted here and there with juniper, tamarisk and pistachio trees, all other ranges are naked and bleak. The mountains are carved off by innumerable channels and hill torrents which contain water only after rains. Very little water, however, reaches the basins lying on their foot. Comparatively more important rivers are Zhob, Bolan and Mulla, located in the north-eastern portion of Balochistan.

 

 


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