HISTORY OF PAKISTAN: Rivers Overview

Rivers Overview


There are number of river which have different level. The longest and the largest river in Pakistan is the Indus River. Around two-thirds of water supplied for irrigation and in homes come from the Indus and its associated rivers. There are given all level of flows below.

Indus River
Name
Water Entrance
(Cu-sec)
Water Exit
(Cu-sec)
Dead Level
(Feet)
Level
(Feet)
Tarbeela
357,000
328,000
1375
1545
Kala Bagh
435,000
431,000
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Chashma
489,000
484,000
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Toonsa
594,000
569,000
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Gaddu
1038,000
1037,000
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Sakhar
1025,000
994,000
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Kaotri
346,000
319,000
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Kabul River
Warsik
----------
55,000
------
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Noshehra
----------
103,000
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Jehlum River
Mangla
66,000
66,000
1040
1206
Head Rasool
60,000
58,000
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Chanab River
Marala
90,000
58,000
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Khanki
67,000
60,000
------
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Qadir Abad
61,000
46,000
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Tareemo
176,000
172,000
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Panjnad
230,000
230,000
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Sutlaj River
Head Sulaimanki
21,000
9,000
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Islam
4,000
3,000
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Ravi River
Shahdra
----------
20,000
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Baloki
41,000
13,000
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Sad Fizai
14,000
7,000
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  1. The Astore River has two branches. One branch of this river is born in Deosai area and flowing to west, reaches Astore. The other branch flowing north from Rigu joins it at Astore. From Astore it flows north-west and finally empties into the Indus River at a place south of Bonji ....
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