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The Bazai (Urdu : بازئی) is a Pashtun tribe settled in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Bazai Tribe is the sub-cast of Kakar tribe living in the western and southern region of Quetta District, Pishin, Ziarat and Sibi districts of Balochistan. The tribe is mainly settled in the mountainous regions, including the Maslagh, Zarghoon, Takatoo mountains of Quetta. [ citation needed ]

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Quetta is a natural fort, surrounded as it is by imposing hills on all sides. The encircling hills have the resounding names of Chiltan, Takatoo, Mordar and Zarghun. It is believed that the earliest Muslim inhabitants and rulers/owners of the city were the Pashtun Kasi Tribe. Quetta was first mentioned in the 11th century when it was captured by Mahmood of Ghazni on one of his invasions of the subcontinent. In 1543 the Mughal emperor Humayun rested here on his retreat to Persia, leaving his one-year-old son Akbar until he returned two years later. The Ghilzai power in Kandahar at the beginning of the eighteenth century, simultaneously with that of the Baloch in Kalat, Quetta and Pishin became the battle-ground between the Afghans and Baloch in the region. Ahmed Shah Durrani finally handed Quetta over to the Khan of Kalat Mir Noori Naseer Khan Baloch for helping him with his army in 1751 against the Marathas in the Battle of Panipat (1761), and against the Sikhs in 1765. Today, it is an important city in Pakistan. Quetta has more than 50% pashtoon population mainly Kasi & Kakar/sub tribes and other pashtoon tribes as well....

Lehri is a Baloch tribe in Balochistan, Pakistan. They are descended from the Rind Baloch and have emerged from the Domki tribe. The Lehris originally had their headquarters in Narmuk, Kalat District. They are spread in and around, Sibi, Dadar, Usta Mohammad, Mastung, Kalat, Kachhi District and Quetta

The Langove, are a Sulemani-speaking Baloch tribe in Balochistan, Pakistan.

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Ibrahimkhel or Ibrahimkhil (Pashto:ابراهيمخيل) is a major Pashtun tribe, living in places such as Kabul, Kandahar, Paktia, Paktika, Laghman, Jowzjan, Qunduz, Mazar-e-sharif, Herat, Peshawar, Quetta Upper Dir and some other parts of Pakistan, as well as in a small village of Swat district named Biha near Matta. All the historical references show that the Ibrahimkhel are the descendants of the Ghiljis.

Luni is one of the tribes of Pashtuns mainly living in Pakistan including in the town of Luni and Loralai districts of Balochistan province of Pakistan. Some of Luni families are also living in Quetta and other areas of Balochistan, Pakistan.

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Kasi Kasi or Kansi is a Pashtun Tribe from the Sarbani Tribal confederacy, primarily found in Quetta Pishin Mastung Zhob Sherani. Balochistan, Pakistan. Other sub tribes such as Sherani, Kehthran and Hassani in Zhob and Barkan also belong to the Kasi Family and Kasi Tribe on name of Kand and Zamand are also found in Loy Kandahar. The Arbab / chief of the Kasi Tribe is Nawab Arbab hashim Kasi. Kasis are divided into two Malaks and nawabs who are Arbabs of the royal Family Kasi. Malak Wazir Muhammad Kasi was the owner of half Quetta. Kasi's rule over Quetta. Kasis head Arbab karam khan Kasi became pri-minister of Kalat and Balochistan when the Tribe allied with the ruling Family Kalat. Kasi's were one of the strongest Tribes in Kalat's rule and Arbab's were the most powerful Tribe who were heads of Tribe and ruled over Qilla Kasi, Shal / Quetta. They are still known as one of the most powerful and educated Tribes in whole Baluchistan.

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