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The Mandokhel (Pashto : مندو خیل ) is a Pashtun [1] tribe primarily found in northern regions of Balochistan Province, Pakistan and southern Afghanistan. [2] Most of the Mandokhails are settled in Zhob District of Balochistan Province, Pakistan; they live on both sides of the Zhob river. [1]

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  1. 1 2 Talebi, Abdul Latif Yaad. Pashtanay Qabeelay. 2nd ed.: Danish, 2007. Print. p.256-257
  2. Imperial Gazetteer of India, v. 6, p. 289.