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Punjab
  1. Airports / Air Force Bases

  2. Areas

  3. Electricity generation / List of power stations

  4. Maps

  5. Products

  6. Rivers

  7. Punjab Prisons

  8. Water resources

Airports / Air Force Bases
OPST - Sialkot International Airport
OPSR - Sargodha Airport
OPRQ - Shorkot Airport
OPRK - Rahim Yar Khan/Sheikh Zayed Airport
OPQS - Qasim Airport
OPMT - Multan Airport
OPMI - Mianwali Airport
OPMA - Mangla Airport
OPLH - Lahore(Walton) Airport
OPFA - Faisalabad International Airport
OPDG - D G Khan International Airport
OPBW - Bahawalpur Airport

Minhas Air Base / Kamra, Attock / JF-17 Thunder / Saab 2000 / Erieye AEW&C / Alouette III / Mi-171Sh
Rawalpindi / C-130 / IL-78MP MRTT / Gulf Stream IV / Embraer Phenom 100 / Cessna / Beech / Y-12 and various other
Sargodha / F-16 A/B / Falcon 20 F/G / F-16 A/B / F-7P / JF-17 Thunder / Alouette III

Maps

Areas
Sr. District Headquarters Area (km˛) Population (1998) Density (people/km˛)
1 Attock Attock 6,858 1,274,935 186
2 Bahawalnagar Bahawalnagar 8,878 2,061,447 232
3 Bahawalpur Bahawalpur 24,830 2,433,091 98
4 Bhakkar Bhakkar 90000 1,051,456 129
5 Chakwal Chakwal 6,524 1,083,725 166
6 Chiniot Chiniot 965,124
7 Dera Ghazi Khan Dera Ghazi Khan 11,922 2,043,118 138
8 Faisalabad Faisalabad 5,856 5,429,547 927
9 Gujranwala Gujranwala 3,622 3,400,940 939
10 Gujrat Gujrat 3,192 2,048,008 642
11 Hafizabad Hafizabad 2,367 832,980 352
12 Jhang Jhang 8,809 2,834,545 322
13 Jhelum Jhelum 3,587 936,957 261
14 Kasur Kasur 3,995 2,375,875 595
15 Khanewal Khanewal 4,349 2,068,490 476
16 Khushab Jauharabad 6,511 905,711 139
17 Lahore Lahore 1,772 6,318,745 3,566
18 Layyah Layyah 6,291 1,120,951 178
19 Lodhran Lodhran 2,778 1,171,800 422
20 Mandi Bahauddin Mandi Bahauddin 2,673 1,160,552 434
21 Mianwali Mianwali 5,840 1,056,620 181
22 Multan Multan 3,720 3,116,851 838
23 Muzaffargarh Muzaffargarh 8,249 2,635,903 320
24 Narowal Narowal 2,337 1,265,097 541
25 Nankana Sahib[37] Nankana Sahib 2,960 1,410,000
26 Okara Okara 4,377 2,232,992 510
27 Pakpattan Pakpattan 2,724 1,286,680 472
28 Rahim Yar Khan Rahim Yar Khan 11,880 3,141,053 264
29 Rajanpur Rajanpur 12,319 1,103,618 90
30 Rawalpindi Rawalpindi 5,286 3,363,911 636
31 Sahiwal Sahiwal 3,201 1,843,194 576
32 Sargodha Sargodha 5,854 2,665,979 455
33 Sheikhupura Sheikhupura 5,960 3,321,029 557
34 Sialkot Sialkot 3,016 2,723,481 903
35 Toba Tek Singh Toba Tek Singh 3,252 1,621,593 499
36 Vehari Vehari 4,364 2,090,416 479

Punjab Prisons
Employees 15,912
Number: 42 Jails
Population 50,519 inmates
Headquarters Lahore, Punjab
Last Updated: July 12, 2018
Serial No. Name of Region Name of Jail Year of Construction[11] Authorised Population of Inmates[19] Actual Population of Inmates
01. Lahore Region Central Jail Lahore (at Kot Lakhpat) 1965–1967 3642
02. Central Jail Gujranwala 1854 3945
03. Central Jail Sahiwal 1899 4002
04. District Jail Lahore 1930 1700
05. District Jail Sheikhupura 1921 2433
06. District Jail Kasur 1929 1475
07. District Jail Sialkot 1865 2187
08. Multan Region New Central Jail Multan 1930 2799
09. New Central Jail Bahawalpur 1955 2320
10. Borstal Institution and Juvenile Jail Bahawalpur 1882 104
11. Central Jail Dera Ghazi Khan 1913 1155
12. District Jail Multan 1872 998
13. District Jail Rajanpur 1860 272
14. District Jail Vehari 898
15. Women Jail Multan 1973-74 166 94[20]
16. District Jail Rahim Yar Khan 1950 1048
17. District Jail Bahawalnagar 1947 621
18. District Jail Muzaffar Garh 1908 650
19. Rawalpindi Region Central Jail Rawalpindi / Adiala jail in Rawalpindi 1985–86 4807
20. District Jail Attock 1906 734
21. District Jail Jhelum 1854 819
22. District Jail Mandi Bahauddin 1978 787
23. District Jail Gujrat 1930 1308
24. Sub Jail Chakwal 1998 153
25. Faisalabad Region Central Jail Faisalabad 1971 2830
26. Central Jail Mianwali 1903 1826
27. Borstal Institution and Juvenile Jail Faisalabad 2001 224 146[21]
28. District Jail Faisalabad 1873 2032
29. District Jail Jhang 1975 1870
30. District Jail Toba Tek Singh 924
31. District Jail Sargodha 1910 1642
32. District Jail Shahpur 1873 917

Female condemned prisoners Hanged to Death since 1947[]

Following table [22] shows list of female condemned prisoners sentenced to death and finally hanged in various jails of Punjab since 1947.

Serial No. Name Jail Date of Execution
01. Mst. Ghulam Fatima daughter of Lungar wife of Azam Central Jail Mianwali 10 October 1956
02. Mst. Ghafooraan wife of Muhammad Shah District Jail Layyalpur now Faisalabad 15 July 1961
03. Mst. Saban wife of Khuda Bakhsh District Jail Multan 13 November 1963
04. Mst. Nusrat daughter of Ahmed Hussain District Jail Faisalabad 28 August 1983
05. Mst. Shakoori wife of Muhammad Ramzan Central Jail Mianwali 14 March 1985
06. Mst. Daulat Bibi wife of Mirza Khan Central Jail Rawalpindi 7 May 1985
07. Mst. Munawaran daughter of Sultan Bakhsh District Jail Jhelum 28 October 1985
08. Mst. Sanawaran daughter of Sultan Bakhsh District Jail Jhelum 28 October 1985

Rivers

List of Five Rivers of Punjab
A list of five rivers of Punjab with details like place of origion, its path, tributaries of each river, merging with the other rivers or ocean and other important details are given below:
  1. Sutlej
  2. Beas
  3. Ravi
  4. Chenab
  5. Jhelum
The following table shows a summary of all the five rivers of Punjab:
River Name Length (In KM) Place of Origin Terminates In
Sutlej 1500 Rakshastal lake in Tibet Chenab river
Beas 470 Beas Kund in Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh Sutlej river at Harike in Tarn Taran district
Ravi 720 Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh Chenab river
Chenab 960 Upper Himalayas in Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh Merge with Sutlej and forms Panjnad river, which flows into Indus river
Jhelum 725 Verinag spring in Kashmir
Lidder River in Kashmir
Chenab river

The name Punjab literally translates from Persian into the words 'Panj' five, and 'Aab' water respectively, which can be translated as "five water" (hence the poetic name land of the five rivers), referring to the Beas, Ravi, Sutlej, Chenab and Jhelum rivers. Part of the Indus river also lies in Punjab, but it is not considered one of the "five" rivers.

Lidder River

It originates from the Kolhoi Glacier and joins the Jehlum River at Mirgund Khanabal at an altitude of 1,615 metres (5,299 ft).

Lidder or Liddar is a 73 kilometres (45 mi) long river in the Kashmir.

Lidder river originates from Kolhoi Glacier near Sonamarg and gives rise to Lidder Valley. It runs southwards through the alpine meadows of Lidderwat in region of Aru, from which it got its name. It covers 30 kilometres (19 mi) before reaching Pahalgam where it the major tributary of East Lidder from Sheshnag Lake. It then runs westwards until it meets the Jehlum River at Mirgund Khanabal near Anantnag. It has crystal blueish water and Pahalgam is situated in the center of Lidder Valley.

Kolahoi Glacier

Kolahoi glacier lies at an average elevation of 4,700 metres (15,400 ft). The highest peak named after the glacier is Kolahoi Peak has an elevation of 5425 meters. The origin of the glacier is below the cirques on the north flank of Kolahoi Peak.[1] It is the main source of Lidder River and its waters become the tributaries of the Jhelum River. Its water serves the population of Anantnag district, where it is mainly being used for drinking and agricultural purposes. The water finally discharges itself into Jhelum River near Khanabal Anantnag.

Flow rate of a river

How do you measure the flow rate of a river?
The float method (also known as the cross-sectional method) is used to measure the flow rate for larger streams and rivers. It is found by multiplying a cross sectional area of the stream by the velocity of the water.

Lidder River

Flow rate of a river / Discharge: 7,275 cubic feet per second
Length: 45 mi
Source elevation: 15,266'
Source: Kolahoi Glacier
Mouth: Jhelum River
District: Anantnag

Products
  1. Wheat

  2. Rice, Milled

  3. Sugar

  4. Corn

  5. Cotton

    Animals in farming
    Food grain
    Fruits and Vegetables
    Fruits from A-Z
    Legume
    Veggies from A-Z
    Spices

    Fruits

    Kinnow
Maize Growing Areas

In Punjab the cultivation of corn is concentrated in Sahiwal, Arifwala, Pakpattan, Chiniot, Vehari, Lahore and Kasur areas.

Electricity generation
  1. Thermal

  2. Natural Gas

  3. Coal

  4. Hydroelectricity

  5. Nuclear

  6. Renewables

Water resources
Punjab Health Department found that 2.8 million people were reportedly suffering from water-borne disease in Punjab during year 2014.

Contaminated water is a source of many diseases including diarrhea, typhoid, intestinal worms and hepatitis. Four major contaminants in drinking water sources are bacteriological, arsenic, nitrate and fluoride.

Punjab
Comprising 137 tehsils in 36 districts, Punjab

Departments
Here are further guidelines.
Last Updated: July 12, 2018