Dera Ismail Khan

Dera Ismail Khan often abbreviated to D.I.Khan, is a city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan. It is situated on the west bank of the Indus River, 200 miles west of Lahore and 120 miles northwest of Multan. The city is the capital of the district and tehsil of the same name. The total population of the city is 86,969 according to census 1998. D.I.Khan is famous for its lacquered woodwork, glass and ivory ware, mats and sarongs. Newer industries within the city inculde sugar, soap, textile and oil milling. CRBC Canal is the major canal that provides water for irrigation. One of the most famous product of the district is the "Dhakki Date", which is exported to the Middle East, United States, and Europe. The district also produces wheat, sugar cane, rice and famous variety of mango called the langra.


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Area (sq km) 
Population 198164358
Population 199886969
Growth rate1.79
Projected Population 2010 
Pop Density/Sq KM 
HH Size7.59



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