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Si·al·kot

 (sē-äl′kōt′)
A city of northeast Pakistan north of Lahore. It is a trade and processing center.
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Sialkot

(sɪˈælkɒt)
n
(Placename) a city in NE Pakistan: shrine of Guru Nanak. Pop: 487 000 (2005 est)
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Si•al•kot

(siˈɑlˌkoʊt)

n.
a city in NE Pakistan. 302,009.
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" We opened Srinagar- Muzzafarabad road, Poonch- Rawalakote road when we were in power and once we come in power, we will ensure that other historical routes including Suchetgarh- Sialkote, Kargil- Skardu, Srinagar to Sikiang ( Xinjiang) are opened," Mehbooba had said.
"In the long term we can have train links upto Muzaffarabad via Uri, Rawalakote via Poonch, Skardu via Kargil, Sialkote via Jammu to boost the intrastate trade and movement of people in the region," they said.