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  • city of Pakistan Hyderabad – second largest city of Sindh, rich both historically and culturally Sukkur – third largest city of Sindh Larkana – famous
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  • Southern Sindh is the southern part of the Sindh province of Pakistan. Karachi – capital of Sindh Badin Hyderabad Mirpur Khas Mithi Nagarparkar Thatta
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  • Hyderabad along the bank of mighty River Indus, is the second largest city of Sindh rich in culture, traditions and history. Hyderabad, which formerly
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  • There's more than one place called Hyderabad: Hyderabad - the state capital of Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad - a city in Sindh province
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  • Ranipur (category Northern Sindh)
    Ranipur is a city in Sindh. It's part of the Khairpur District, in Northern Sindh. Population estimates from 1998 put the number of inhabitants around
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  • For other places with the same name, see Hyderabad (disambiguation). Hyderabad, the pearl city of India, is the capital of Telangana in Southern India
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  • Sukkur (category Northern Sindh)
    claims on Sindh. In 1843, the British (General Charles James Napier) defeated the Talpurs at the battles of Miani and Dubbo near Hyderabad. Sukkur, along
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  • Mirpur Khas (category Southern Sindh)
    to the Sindh. Mirpur Khas lies 80km east of Hyderabad can be reached both by trains and by car or bus. Buses from all major cities of Sindh can be
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  • Khairpur (category Northern Sindh)
    Khairpur is a city in Sindh and capital of the Khairpur District. Sukkur Airport is a domestic airport situated approximately 32km from the city of
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  • Thatta (category Southern Sindh)
    started to decline when Sindh was given up to Nader Shah, the ruler of Iran (1736–1747), and after the capital was moved to Hyderabad in 1768, Thatta fell
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  • Kirthar National Park (category Southern Sindh)
    Kirthar National Park, a vast rugged national park in the south-west of Sindh is home to historic Ranikot fort. This dry arid land of seemingly endless
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  • Thari (category Northern Sindh)
    known as Thari Mirwah, is a city in Khairpur Sindh. It's part of the Khairpur District, in Northern Sindh. Population estimates from 1998 put the number
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  • Keenjhar Lake (category Southern Sindh)
    Lake is a huge fresh water lake which makes it a popular tourist resort in Sindh, 130 km northeast of Karachi. It is the second largest fresh water lake
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  • Karachi (category Southern Sindh)
    in Sindh as Sindh is considered home province to the party but the stronghold of the party has been significantly reduced in urban areas of Sindh after
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  • Mithi (category Southern Sindh)
    Mithi is the capital city of Tharparkar district in southwestern Sindh, in a beautiful, large, arid region of Thar Desert. Mithi is the capital
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  • cultural centre, automobile capital of India and a fast emerging IT hub Hyderabad — known for pearl and diamond trading, now with major manufacturing and
    199 KB (29,661 words) - 15:28, 28 April 2016
  • length of the Rajasthan-Sindh border. The Thar Express connects Jodhpur, Rajasthan to Karachi in the Pakistani province of Sindh. However, the inconvenience
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  • and Italian and Indian. Not to be missed is the Indian cuisine at Sahib Sindh Sultan and the British style pub, Firangi Pani. So that is a forum for all
    200 KB (23,240 words) - 03:10, 26 April 2016
  • the period when most domestic tourists from the hot plains of Punjab and Sindh escape the scorching summer heat and find refuge in the cool areas of Upper
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  • a hill and water fort. Three sides of the fort is bordered by the Kali Sindh & Ahu Rivers. Gagron Fort (also known as Galkangiri) was established in
    30 KB (3,610 words) - 22:48, 3 December 2015