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Shahristan (Dari Persian: شهرستان) is a district in Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. Daykundi var established as a province in the distant north area in Uruzgan province in 2004,
Sharistan is located north of Taliban-controlled Uruzgan province, and shares a very long border with Gizab district, the previous Daykundi-district that was re-annexed to Uruzgan in 2006. It also in north borders with Bamyan province. Basically Shahristan is an area containing districts, as; Meramor and Shahristan. After establishment of Daikundi Province Aulqan district was called by the name of Shahristan district this district does not cover all areas belonging to Shahristan. For example, Meramor district is part of Shahristan area but a separate district containing large areas such as; Aulia Meramor (Up Meramor), Sufla Meramor (Down Meramor), Gero, Bargar and Robad. Up Meramor includes Ghuchak, Deraw, Wojgenak, Tagab, Sadkhak, ESpok and Purgy Balla Villages. Down Meramor begins from Sarawod Village which is the interface between Up and Down Meramors, including Bagh, Beni, Arwas, Iskan, Chulung, Imed, Fulad, Sangan Villages.
Uruzgan, also spelled as Urozgan or Oruzgan, is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan. Uruzgan is located in the center of the country. The population is 333,500, and the province is mostly a tribal society. Tarinkot serves as the capital of the province.
Daykundi, also spelled as Daikundi, Daikondi or Dai Kundi, is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan, located in the central part of the country. It has a population of about 723,980, which is a Hazara Province.
Zaranj or Zarang is a city in southwestern Afghanistan, near the border with Iran, which has a population of 160,902 people as of 2015. It is the capital of Nimruz province and is linked by highways with Lashkar Gah to the east, Farah to the north and the Iranian city of Zabol to the west. Zaranj is a major border crossing between Afghanistan and Iran, which is of significant importance to the trade-route between Central Asia and South Asia with the Middle East.
This is a list of districts of Afghanistan, known as wuleswali. These are secondary level administrative units, one level below the provinces. The Afghan government issued its first district map in 1973. It recognized 325 districts, counting wuleswalis (districts), alaqadaries (sub-districts), and markaz-e-wulaiyat. In the ensuing years additional districts have been added through splits, and a few eliminated through mergers. In June 2005, the Afghan government issued a map of 398 districts. It was widely adopted as by many information management systems, though usually with the addition of Sharak-e-Hayratan for a 399 district total. Here is a link to a clean rendering of the 399 district set as a spreadsheet from an official Afghan source. It remains the de facto standard, as of late 2018, despite a string of government announcements of the creation of new districts.
Deh Rawood is a district in Uruzgan Province, southern Afghanistan, and the name of the town that serves as district seat. Deh Rawood lies along the Helmand River. The tribes in the district are Pashtun, dominated by the Noorzai and Populzai sub-tribes.
Gizab, also spelled as Gezab, is a district in the Uruzgan Province of Afghanistan. It has a population of about 75,503 and includes Hazara and Pashtun ethnic groups. Gizab was transferred in 2004 from Uruzgan Province to Daykundi Province, and then re-annexed to Uruzgan in 2006. The main town Gizab is at 1364 m altitude along the Helmand River.
Kijran, also spelled as Kajran, is a district in Daykundi Province of Afghanistan. It has an area of about 1,886 square kilometres. The population of the district was reported in 2004 at about 26,259 people.
Khadir or Khedir is a district in Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. It was created in 2005 from Daykundi district. Its capital Khadir is situated at 2,466 m altitude.
Kiti or Keti is a district in Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. It was created in 2005 from the former Kijran district. The main village Kiti is at 1,783 m altitude.
Miramor is a district in Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. It was created in 2005 from Shahristan district.
Nili is a district in Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. The main town in the district, also called Nili, serves as the capital of Daykundi Province. The town of Nili has a small airport (heliport) with a gravel runway and a commercial radio station. The weather conditions in the winter are severe and the roads are difficult.
Sangi Takht or Sang‐e‐Takht is a district in Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. It was created in 2005 from Daykundi district.
Pasaband District is located in Ghor Province, Afghanistan. The population is 92,900. Located in the southern part of Ghor Province, Pasaband District borders Helmand Province to the south, Daykundi Province to the east, and Farah Province to the southwest. The district center is Shinkot.
The following lists events that happened during 2004 in Afghanistan.
Daikundi also spelled as Dai Kundi, is one of the major tribes of the Hazara people of Hazarajat, located in central Afghanistan. They live in Daikundi Province and the Lal Wa Sarjangal, Chaghcharan, Dawlatabad, Charsadda and Pasaband districts of Ghor Province. Daikundis remained secluded and unhinged from the devastation and the resulting uprooting of different Hazara tribes, after the Battle of Uruzgan.
Khas Uruzgan is a district of Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan.
Shahidi Hassas District is a district of Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan.
Nili is the capital city of Nili District in Daykundi Province of Afghanistan. The town of Nili is at 2,022 m altitude. The Nili Airport is located next to the town. The weather conditions in the winter are severe and the roads are difficult.
Uruzgan helicopter attack refers to the February 21, 2010, killing of many Afghan civilians, including over twenty men, four women and one child, by United States Army with another 12 civilians wounded. The attack took place near the border between Uruzgan and Daykundi province in Afghanistan when special operation troops helicopters attacked three minibuses with "airborne weapons".
Chulung may refer to:
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