Pamir


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Pa·mir

 (pə-mîr′, pä-)
A mountainous region of Central Asia mostly in Tajikistan with extensions in northern Afghanistan, northern Kashmir, and western China. The Pamirs rise to 7,495 m (24,590 ft) at Ismoil Somoni Peak.
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The Bangladesh National Football team will take on Tajikistan Premier League side CSKA Pamir in the second and final practice match as part of preparation for joint qualifiers of World Cup-2022 and Asian Cup-2023 match scheduled to be held today (Thursday) at Hisar Stadium in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, reports BSS.
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It belongs to the Pamir mountain system and is the second highest in the post-Soviet region.
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Necdet Pamir, the Chairman ofthe Energy Commission ofthe Republican People's Party (CHP) and also the chairman ofthe Committee onEnergy Policies ofthe Chamber ofPetroleum Engineers ofTurkey, told Sputnik on Monday that the start ofexploratory drilling planned forOctober 29 had a symbolic meaning.
The snow leopard range in Pakistan spreads across 80,000 square km in the Hindu Kush, Pamir, Karakoram and Himalayan mountain ranges.
Between China, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Pakistan, inside the Pamir Knot, lies the Wakhan corridor .
The spokesman for 20 Pamir Zone police, Ghulam Hazrat Karimi confirmed that at least 31 insurgents, including two notorious commanders named Mualvi Musa and Mualvi Gul Badin were killed and 17 others wounded in the operation.
Xi's capture of the commanding heights was summarized in a private report by Pamir Consulting, a leading advisory firm on China.