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HAMARA KARACHI
The area of Karachi is known for many names in
history , some of these names are
Krokola
Ramya
Debal
Kolachi
 The earliest account of the area where
Karachi is located can be found in the
record books of one of Alexander-
the-Grea...
 Karachi originally was a small
fisherman village settled by the
Baloch tribes from Balochistan
and Makran. Their first s...
 At the end of 1700 century, the
settlers of Kolachi village started
trading across the sea with
Muscat and the Persian G...
 The British recognized the importance
of the city as the trade post. So they
captured the city in February 1843
under th...
 In 1878, the city was connected by a
railway line to the rest of India and
consequently public building projects
like Fr...
 Political Violence
 Land Grabbing
 Kidnaping for Ransom
 Load Shedding
 Ethnic Differences
 Existence of illegal We...
JUSTICE.....
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation
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Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation

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Hamara Karachi: an informative presentation

  1. 1. HAMARA KARACHI
  2. 2. The area of Karachi is known for many names in history , some of these names are Krokola Ramya Debal Kolachi
  3. 3.  The earliest account of the area where Karachi is located can be found in the record books of one of Alexander- the-Great's admirals, who sailed back home from the Greek expedition to India, from a harbor by the Indus delta, known as Krokola.
  4. 4.  Karachi originally was a small fisherman village settled by the Baloch tribes from Balochistan and Makran. Their first settlement was near the delta of the Indus River which they named as 'Kolachi’ village.
  5. 5.  At the end of 1700 century, the settlers of Kolachi village started trading across the sea with Muscat and the Persian Gulf region. Later, the village started to grow as the commercial hub and a port for trade.
  6. 6.  The British recognized the importance of the city as the trade post. So they captured the city in February 1843 under the command of Sir Charles Napier and the city was annexed as a district of the British Indian Empire. In 1846, it was home to around 9000 citizens.
  7. 7.  In 1878, the city was connected by a railway line to the rest of India and consequently public building projects like Frere Hall (1865) and the Empress Market (1890) were started in the city. Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan was born in the city in 1876.
  8. 8.  Political Violence  Land Grabbing  Kidnaping for Ransom  Load Shedding  Ethnic Differences  Existence of illegal Weapons  Shortage of Water supply
  9. 9. JUSTICE.....

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