Pakistan Study Centre

University of Peshawar

PS-718 TRIBAL AREAS OF PAKISTAN

PS-718 TRIBAL AREAS OF PAKISTAN

1.     The tribal areas – federal and provincial.

2.     Ethnic composition of the society – salient features of the Pukhtoon society.

3.     Administrative governance – governmental and local.

4.     The mineral wealth of the Tribal zone.

5.     The communication system – road links and the institutions of public welfare operating in the tribal area.

6.     Cultural Heritage

7.     The geo-political significance for Pakistan and its impact on the neighbouring states.

 

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Ahmad, Feroz ed. Focus on Baluchistan and Pukhtun Question, Lahore, 1975.

Baha, Lal. NWFP Administration under British Rule, Islamabad, 1978.

Caroe, Olaf. The Pathan, 1958.

Government of NWFP, Important Agency wise Socio Economic Indicators of FATA Bureau of Statistics, Planning and Development Department, 1987.

Hussain, Syed Iftikhar. Some Major Pukhtoon Tribes of NWFP along the Durand Line, Peshawar: Area Study Centre (Central Asia), University of Peshawar, 2001.

Kifayatullah ed. Progress of Education in FATA, Lahore, n.d.

King, L. White. The Orakzai Country and Clans, Lahore: Vanguard Books Ltd., 1984.

Mark, W.R.H. The Mohmands, Lahore: 1984.

Spain, J.W. People of the Khyber: The Pathans of Pakistan, New York, 1963.

Spain, J.W. The Way of the Pathans, Karachi: Indus Publications, 1963.

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