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Settlement and demographic trends in Peshawar valley, north east of Kabul River

Amir Khan

Settlement and demographic trends in Peshawar valley, north east of Kabul River

by Amir Khan

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Published by Institute of Economic Studies, N.W.F.P., University of Peshawar in [Peshawar] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Peshawar District (Pakistan),
  • Pakistan,
  • Peshawar District.
    • Subjects:
    • Human settlements -- Pakistan -- Peshawar District.,
    • Peshawar District (Pakistan) -- Population.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Amir Khan.
      SeriesPublication / Institute of Economic Studies, N.W.F.P., University of Peshawar ;, no. 139, Publication (University of Peshawar. Institute of Economic Studies) ;, no. 139.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC440.5 .P46 no. 139, HA4590.5.Z9P37 .P46 no. 139
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 131 p. :
      Number of Pages131
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3014457M
      LC Control Number84931223

        From Peshawar to Kabul The Afghan part of the journey used to be dangerous. Now that side is thriving—while Pakistan is not. by Adnan R. Khan. Apr 5, Peshawar is located in an area that was dominated by various tribes of Indo-Iranian origin. The region was affiliated with the ancient kingdom of Gandhara and had links to the Harappan civilization of the Indus River Valley and to Bactria and other ancient kingdoms based in ing to the historian Tertius Chandler, Peshawar had a population of , in the year BCE, making.

      "[Published] in collaboration with the Project Office of the Regional Development Plan for Peshawar Valley, Peshawar, Pakistan." Description: 18, [40] leaves 27 cm. Series Title: Research report series (Pakistan Institute of Development Economics), no. Responsibility: by Farhat Yusuf [and] M. .   This level of urbanisation is likely to be close to 50 per cent if the present trends continue with the Peshawar Valley experiencing the greatest growth of urban and suburban settlements.".

      The Kabul River later gave its name to the region and later to the settlement of Kabul. Geography of Kabul River Globally, Kabul River can be pinpointed at coordinates 35 degrees 55 minutes 0 seconds north and 72 degrees 13 minutes 56 seconds east. The Kabul has a length of about kilometre ( mi) and the basin of ab square. The formation of the Himalayan Range of mountains to the east and north-east of the Punjab is the result of a collision between the north-moving Indo-Australian Plate and the Eurasian Plate. The plates are still moving together, and the Himalayas are rising by about 5 millimetres ( in) per year. The upper regions are snow-covered the whole year.


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Settlement and demographic trends in Peshawar valley, north east of Kabul River by Amir Khan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kābul River, river in eastern Afghanistan and northwestern Pakistan, miles ( km) long, of which miles ( km) are in Afghanistan. Rising in the Sanglākh Range 45 miles (72 km) west of Kabul city, it flows east past Kabul and Jalālābād, north of the Khyber Pass into Pakistan, and past. Author(s): Khan,A Title(s): Settlement and demographic trends in Peshawar Valley, north east of Kabul River/ A.

Khan. Country of Publication: Pakistan Publisher: Peshawar, Pakistan, University of Peshawar, Institute of Economic Studies, Course.

The Kabul River passes through the cities of Kabul, Surobi, and Jalalabad in Afghanistan before flowing into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan some 25 kilometres (16 mi) north of the Durand Line border crossing at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the river passes through the cities of Peshawar, Charsadda, and its upper reaches it is known as the y: Afghanistan.

The population of Peshawar district in was 2, The city's annual growth rate is estimated at % per year, and the population of Peshawar district is estimated to be 3, With a population of 1, according to the census, Peshawar is the sixth-largest city of y: Pakistan.

Kabul River, or Kabal River (Persian: دریای کابل ‎), is a river that rises in the Sanglakh Range in Afghanistan, separated from the watershed of the Helmand by the Unai is the main river in the eastern part of Afghanistan.

It flows km before joining the Indus River near passes through the cities of Kabul, Chaharbagh, Jalalabad, and (flowing into Pakistan some. Diatomaceous Flora of the Kabul River in Peshawar Valley, Pakistan. and ecology of all known genera of freshwater algae from North America.

The book provides essential taxonomic Settlement and demographic trends in Peshawar valley ecological. Land Relief and drainage. Assam, which is shaped roughly like a Y laid on its side, is a land of plains and river valleys.

The state has three principal physical regions: the Brahmaputra River valley in the north, the Barak River (upper Surma River) valley in the south, and the hilly region between Meghalaya (to the west) and Nagaland and Manipur (to the east) in the south-central part of.

Decrease of Kabul River Fish in Local Markets in the Surrouending of Kabul River and Peshawar City Settlements along the Kabul River’s Banks and Fishin g Related study of Peshawar Valley. Kabul Official languages Dari; Pashto 4 Official religion Islam Monetary unit afghani (Af) Population ( est.) 33, Population rank () 45 Population projection 39, Total area (sq mi)Total area (sq km)Density: persons per sq mi () Density: persons per sq km () Urban-rural population.

1- Hugh R. James, Report on the Settlement of the Peshawar District () 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.

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Selected pages. Title Page. Pakistan - Pakistan - Religion: Almost all of the people of Pakistan are Muslims or at least follow Islamic traditions, and Islamic ideals and practices suffuse virtually all parts of Pakistani life.

Most Pakistanis belong to the Sunni sect, the major branch of Islam. There are also significant numbers of Shīʿite Muslims. Among Sunnis, Sufism is extremely popular and influential.

Peshawar District (Pashto: پيښور ولسوالۍ ‎, Hindko: ضِلع پِشور ‎, Urdu: ضِلع پِشاور ‎) is a district in Peshawar Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in is located about km west of the Pakistan's capital district headquarter is Peshawar, which is also the capital of Khyber Paktunkhwa.

Early history. During the times of Indus Valley Civilization ( BCE – BCE) the modern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Khyber Pass, through Hindu Kush provided a route to other neighboring regions and was used by merchants on trade excursions. From BCE, Indo-Aryan peoples started to enter in the region(of modern-day Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, North India) after having passed Khyber Pass.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Urdu: صوبہ سرحد پاکستان ‎) is a province in northwest capital is Peshawar and it has a population of 14 million people and an area of 28, mi² or (74, km²).The province was created in during British rule when it was separated from a Punjab province of the British India Empire.

[source?] A referendum was held in the North West. “Human Settlement and Demographic Trends in Peshawar Valley, North West of River Kabul”, INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC STUDIES, University of Peshawar, Publication No Abstract published in the POPULATION INDEX, Vol, No.3, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY NEW JERSEY.

The Kabul Shahis ruled the Kabul Valley and Gandhara (modern-day Pakistan and Afghanistan) from the decline of the Buddhist Kushan Empire in the 3rd century to the early 9th century CE.

The Shahis are generally split up into two eras: the earlier Buddhist Shahis and the later Hindu Shahis, with the change-over thought to have occurred sometime around CE - after which Hinduism gained. In the midth century, Sher Shah constructed the highway that linked Delhi to Kabul via Peshawar and the Khyber Pass.

InPeshawar was captured by the Indian Sikh ruler Ranjit Singh and. The Director, Area Study Centre, University of Peshawar also explained the importance of the issues and challenges related to the mismanagement of River Kabul and emphasised the need for having a bilateral water treaty between Pakistan and Afghanistan for reasonable and equitable use of waters of River Kabul.

On the Pakistan side, the river powers the megawatt Warsak Dam built inwhich generates 1, gigawatt hours of electricity per year and provides irrigation for the fertile Peshawar valley.

The dominant rural population of the whole area up to the River Indus and above the River Kabul consisted of Shalmani and Tirahi Tajiks, believed to have been among the area’s ancient inhabitants since the great Persian empires.

The Tajik Swati Kingdom of Pakhli Sarkar finally came to an end as a result of two factors.The Kabul River is a kilometre ( mi) long river that emerges in Maidan Wardak Province in the Sanglakh Range of the Hindu Kush mountains in Afghanistan, and is separated from the watershed (drainage basin) of the Helmand River by the Unai Pass.

The Kabul River empties into the Indus River near Attock, is the main river in eastern Afghanistan.Chart and table of population level and growth rate for the Peshawar, Pakistan metro area from to United Nations population projections are also included through the year The current metro area population of Peshawar in is 2, a % increase from