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introduction - Land of Pakistan

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Introduction - Land of Pakistan
Introduction - Land of Pakistan
presented by -
Mohammad Irfan

Faculty Member
Beaconhouse School System
Senior Boys branch Rwp

Islamabad College of Aarts and Sciences
G-11/3 Islamabad.

Land of Pakistan

Location - South Asia

Latitude of 24N – 37 N, 05’
Longitude of 61E – 78E

Total area - 796,096 sq.km

Landlocked - surrounded by land on three sides

Neighbours of Pakistan
Immediate neighbours


Fact File

Location - North-Eastern parts of Pak
Area covered - 25.8%
Total polpulation - 56%
high population density (358 /sq.km)
the 2nd largest province in area but largest in population
Fact File

The largest province in area but the smallest in population
Location - occupies South-Western parts of Pak
Area 47 %
Only 4.96 % of the Pakistan's taoral population
low population density (19 people /sq.km)
Location - North-Western parts of Pak
Area - 6 % of the total area
Population - 13.4 % of the total
Fact File

Location - South-Eastern parts of Pak

3rd largest province in area and 2nd largest in population

Area 17.7 % of the total area of Pak
23% population of Pak
area - 3.4%
Population - 2.4%
Federally Administered Tribal Areas
includes Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber, Kurram, Orazai, North & South Waziristan

Location - North-East of KPK
Gilgit is the largest city
- To the North West of Pakistan Pakistan

Length of Border is 2,250 km (the longest) and is called "Durand line"

Transport and communication
Two important roads link Pakistan and Afghanistan i.e
Peshawar-Kabul via Khyber pass
Quetta-Kandhar via Khojak pass

brotherly, Islamic
not very cordial
Border with India
Total Border - 1610 km
Transport and communication
Road and Railway links
Wagah-Atari (India)
Khokarapar – Munabao (India)
Muzafarabad - Chakothee

Traditional Rivals
Spend major part of their budget on their defence
Both are now nuclear powers
Dispute of Kashmir - a major hurdle & still unresolved in UNO

Border with China
- to the North-East
Length of the border - 585 Km (the smallest)
Transport & Communication
The Karakoram Highway (silk route)
Trusted friend of Pakistan
China helped & helping Pakistan in the development of many Projects esp Defence projects are very important

border with Iran

- to the south-West of Pakistan

Total Length of border - 950 km

Transport and Communication
Railway link runs from Quetta via Dalbandin & Nok Kundi to Iran.
Another road in southern Baluchistan through Turbat and Mand with Iran.
Brotherly, Islamic country
not very cordial relations i.e. variable
A large trade exists between Pakistan & Iran.

Ability tested in CIE
Location of Pakistan
the Tropic of Cancer, latitudes 30°N, 36°N, longitudes 64°E, 70°E and 76°E
• the Arabian Sea
the countries sharing a border with Pakistan, and Pakistan’s position in relation to others in South and
Central Asia.

Location of provinces and cities
The provinces
, Northern Areas (Gilgit–Baltistan) and FATA
Named cities
: Islamabad, Muree, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan, Sialkot, Peshawar, Chitral, Gilgit, Hyderabad, Karachi, Quetta and Gwadar
Location of Pakistan
Latitude: 24N - 37N
Tropic of Cancer

Location of Pakistan
Longitude: 61E - 78E
Location of provinces and cities

Federally Administered Areas
Islamabad (The Capital)
FATA (federally Administered Tribal Areas)
Northern Areas (Federally Administered Northern Areas)
other neighbours of Pakistan
Central Asian States or Central Asian Republics
Central Asian States (CAS) or (CARs)
(located to the north of Afghanistan)
e.g. Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikstan, etc
Landlocked countries
- Pakistan offers transit trade facility - earn transit revenue
These countries have rich resouces
of oil, gas, other minerals. Pak can take advantage to meet Power needs

Gulf States
Pakistan is close to OIl-Rich countries bordering the Gulf namely Oman, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, etc.

Pakistan is not self-sufficient in petroleum
and most of its oil come from the Gulf states

Import labour and Agricultural products from Pak
Location - Potwar plateau, north of Rwp
Area - 0.11 % of the total
Population - 0.61 % of the total
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