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English: Pakistan Population Density Map (English). (Abbreviations used: 1. NWFP = North West Frontier Province, 2. FATA = Federally Administered Tribal Areas.)
Date 13 August 2009 (first version); 11 June 2009 (last version)
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(Original text : I created this work by myself with the sources of World Trade Press and Population census organisation, Government of Pakistan.)
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