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Research Report of Macroeconomic History Of Balochistan Districts Tribes Ethnic Groups, Languages, climate

Group Members Name * Ghulam Muhammad Mandokhail * TABISH MAROOF * MEER ZAMAN KHAN * AHMED SHAH * ROHAIL IQBAL

Department : Managemant sciences
Semister : 3rd
Section : “c”
Date : 19/12/2012

Table of Contents 1. Acknowledgement 2. Introduction 3. Zhob 4. Qillah Saifullah 5. Muslim bage 6. Pishin 7. Qilla Abdullah 8. Quetta 9. Chaghi 10. Nushki 11. Musakhail 12. Barkhan 13. Loralai 14. Gwadar 15. Panjgur 16. Kech 17. Bolan 18. Jhal Magsi 19. Jaffarabad 20. Nasirabad 21. Harnai 22. Kohlu 23. Dera Bugti 24. Ziarat 25. Sibi 26. Kalat 27. Mastung 28. Kharan 29. Washuk 30. Aera and population of balochistan districts

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