Narowal District

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Narowal District (Punjabi and undefined), is a district in the province of Punjab of Pakistan.wikipedia
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Shakargarh Tehsil

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Narowal District formed in 1991, when the two tehsils of Narowal and Shakargarh were split off from Sialkot District. Prior to the creation of Zafarwal Tehsil in July 2009, Narowal Tehsil occupied 1,065 square kilometres while the remaining area (1,272 square kilometres) fell in Shakargarh Tehsil.
Shakargarh (undefined), is a tehsil located in Narowal District, Punjab, Pakistan.

Punjabi language

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Narowal District (Punjabi and undefined), is a district in the province of Punjab of Pakistan. The predominant language is Punjabi, which was the first language of 98% of the population, while Urdu accounted for 1.2%.
Majhi is spoken in the heart of Punjab in the region of Majha, which spans Lahore, Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Kasur, Tarn Taran, Faisalabad, Nankana Sahib, Pathankot, Okara, Pakpattan, Sahiwal, Narowal, Sheikhupura, Sialkot, Chiniot, Gujranwala and Gujrat districts.

Narowal Tehsil

Narowal
Narowal District formed in 1991, when the two tehsils of Narowal and Shakargarh were split off from Sialkot District. Prior to the creation of Zafarwal Tehsil in July 2009, Narowal Tehsil occupied 1,065 square kilometres while the remaining area (1,272 square kilometres) fell in Shakargarh Tehsil.
Narowal (undefined) is a tehsil located in Narowal District, Punjab, Pakistan.

Narowal

Narowal City
Narowal city is the capital of the district.
The city is the capital of Narowal District and become Narowal Tehsil in 1989.

Zafarwal Tehsil

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Prior to the creation of Zafarwal Tehsil in July 2009, Narowal Tehsil occupied 1,065 square kilometres while the remaining area (1,272 square kilometres) fell in Shakargarh Tehsil.
Zafarwal (undefined), headquartered at Zafarwal, is one of the three Tehsils (sub-divisions) of Narowal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.

Punjab, Pakistan

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Narowal District (Punjabi and undefined), is a district in the province of Punjab of Pakistan.

Sialkot District

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Narowal District formed in 1991, when the two tehsils of Narowal and Shakargarh were split off from Sialkot District. The district is bounded on the northwest by Sialkot District, on the north by Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir India, on the southeast by the Gurdaspur District(India) pathankot District (Republic of India), on the south by Amritsar district (Republic of India) and on the southwest by Sheikhupura District in Pakistan.
Sialkot District lies southeast of Gujrat District, southwest of Jammu district(in Jammu and Kashmir, India), while Narowal District is to the southeast and Gujranwala District is situated to the west.

Districts of Pakistan

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Narowal District (Punjabi and undefined), is a district in the province of Punjab of Pakistan.

Afzal Ahsan Randhawa

Randhawa grew up in a rural part of the Sialkot district in Pakistan, where he was the editor of the magazine of the Mission High School.

Z. A. Suleri

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Ziauddin Ahmad Suleri was born in Deoli village of Zafarwal located in Narowal District region of the British Indian Empire, He got his earlier education from Govt.

Chaudhry Abdul Rahim

Abdul Rahim Chaudhry was a politician from the village of Maingri, Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District in Punjab, Pakistan.

University of Narowal

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The University of Narowal is a public university funded by the Government of Punjab, Pakistan which is located in Narowal District, Punjab, Pakistan.

Pakistan

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Narowal District (Punjabi and undefined), is a district in the province of Punjab of Pakistan.

Tehsil

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The district is administratively divided into the following three tehsils (subdivisions), which contain a total of 74 Union Councils:

Union councils of Pakistan

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The district is administratively divided into the following three tehsils (subdivisions), which contain a total of 74 Union Councils:

Kathua district

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The district is bounded on the northwest by Sialkot District, on the north by Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir India, on the southeast by the Gurdaspur District(India) pathankot District (Republic of India), on the south by Amritsar district (Republic of India) and on the southwest by Sheikhupura District in Pakistan.

Jammu and Kashmir

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The district is bounded on the northwest by Sialkot District, on the north by Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir India, on the southeast by the Gurdaspur District(India) pathankot District (Republic of India), on the south by Amritsar district (Republic of India) and on the southwest by Sheikhupura District in Pakistan.

Gurdaspur

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The district is bounded on the northwest by Sialkot District, on the north by Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir India, on the southeast by the Gurdaspur District(India) pathankot District (Republic of India), on the south by Amritsar district (Republic of India) and on the southwest by Sheikhupura District in Pakistan.

Pathankot

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The district is bounded on the northwest by Sialkot District, on the north by Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir India, on the southeast by the Gurdaspur District(India) pathankot District (Republic of India), on the south by Amritsar district (Republic of India) and on the southwest by Sheikhupura District in Pakistan.

Amritsar district

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The district is bounded on the northwest by Sialkot District, on the north by Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir India, on the southeast by the Gurdaspur District(India) pathankot District (Republic of India), on the south by Amritsar district (Republic of India) and on the southwest by Sheikhupura District in Pakistan.

Sheikhupura District

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The district is bounded on the northwest by Sialkot District, on the north by Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir India, on the southeast by the Gurdaspur District(India) pathankot District (Republic of India), on the south by Amritsar district (Republic of India) and on the southwest by Sheikhupura District in Pakistan.

First language

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The predominant language is Punjabi, which was the first language of 98% of the population, while Urdu accounted for 1.2%.

Urdu

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The predominant language is Punjabi, which was the first language of 98% of the population, while Urdu accounted for 1.2%.