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Watan - Memories of Mianwali - my parted homeland
Watan is all about life in Mianwali in Pre-Partition India:
graphically presented and feelingly evoked , with superb touches
of incidental humour and pathos. People who would rather know about
life as it was and people as they were -rather
about dates, battles and politics of the times - will find
Wichhada Watan and extremely absorbing piece of work" - H.C Nakra more...
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directory of Mianwalians. Once the directory's size becomes
reasonably large it will help Mianwalians to locate their old
friends from Mianwali now living anywhere in the world.
are present in almost every city of Pakistan . They can get
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Abdul Malik Khan
Niazi Passes Away
Khan Niazi son of Hakeem Abdul Rehman Khan passed away on
Sunday, 23rd March, 2014 after a brief illness. He was 80.
Abdul Malik Khan was an experienced agriculturist and passed
most of his farming life on his farms at Karor, Layyah. He
was an avid photographer, videographer and a renowned
hunter from Mianwali. Momoirs of Abdul Malik Khan Niazi were
released on DVD recently, where he nicely narrated events of
the early 20th century Mianwali as witnessed by him.
Mianwali Online is grieved over the loss of a valuable
elder from Mianwali with a peculiar sense of humour.
the most detailed document on the geography, history and
culture of Mianwali, available today
of Mianwali District 1915
at Mr.Books and Saeed Book Bank Islamabad
more on K.G Ahuja Sahib's visit, click
Kalabagh Steel Mill Project Eventually Sees Hope
90,000 Jobs in Sight
Yes to Kalabagh Steel Mill
Note:Mianwali Online is displaying the article by
Engr. M.Akram Niazi since November 2003
ISLAMABAD, Jan 12: A Chinese entrepreneur has shown serious interest to set up a steel mill at Kalabagh utilising the potential of locally-available iron ore deposits at Makarwal and Chichali.
A delegation of ‘Amlong’ Enterprise currently visiting Pakistan were holding meetings with government officials to do the spadework for the steel mill project, which is aimed at producing one million tons of steel annually.
Following detailed meeting with officials of the Ministry of Industries and Production, the Chinese investors were given a detailed presentation at the Engineering Development Board on Wednesday on the iron ore deposits at Makarwal and Chichali and availability of other raw materials in close vicinity of the proposed project.
The Chinese officials also visited the site of the project at Kalabagh and expressed satisfaction on the iron ore deposits, the infrastructure and the proposed site for the establishment of steel mill.S.H.
Farooqi, a leading geologist briefed the delegation about the iron ore deposits in the area and the prospects of establishing a steel mill based on local iron ore.The delegation was also provided all the information including maps, composition of the ores, quantum of deposits and reports prepared in the past.The Kalabagh iron-ore deposit is the largest iron-ore deposit in Pakistan located near Kalabagh where the proven reserves have been estimated to be around 350 million tons.In addition, the iron ore deposits in Makarwal range spreading over 83km long belt up to Pezu in district Bannu are estimated to be around 600 million tons. Iron content varies between 32 to 38.6 per cent. Presently, Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) is the only integrated mill in the country with a capacity of 1.1 million tons per annum, which is based on 100 per cent imported ore and coke.
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Naik Sher Shah
WW II Victoria Cross Medal Group
on 14 February 1917 in Chakrala, Mianwali
Burma, on the night of 19th / 20th January 1945, Lance Naik Sher
Shah commanded the left forward section of his platoon. At 19:30
hours a Japanese platoon attacked his post. more.....
of Honour World War II
Wan War Cemetery
YAR, Gunner, 3361. 2 Mountain
Bty., 1 Hong Kong Regt. Hong Kong and Singapore Royal Artillery.
16th October 1942. Age 19. Son of Haji Khan and Sat Bahari, of
Dhurnaka, Mianwali, Pakistan. XI.G.8.More at: www.roll-of-honour.org.uk
Mill for Mianwali
selected a site (Kalabagh) with about 80% raw material available
within 11 miles . The steel mill based on the Kalabagh iron ore that was to be
set up at Kalabagh in 1956 but was taken to Karachi where it
is now making steel not from Pakistani ore but from imported ore(
ore contains 66% waste and 33% iron) . In protest the illustrious
Chairman of PIDC, Mr. Ghulam Farooq, resigned.
1956, M/S Krupp of Germany offered to set up a steel mill based on Kalabagh iron
ore, coal and most other minerals available within about 11 miles. In June 1966,
another German company M/S Salzgitter produced in Germany 5,000 tonnes of
quality steel from 15,000 tonnes of Kalabagh iron ore in the presence of
some international experts, and sold it to Volkswagon. Some European banks
offered loans for this project, which confirms technical and financial viability
of the project. Engr. M.Akram Niazi has a lot more to say.