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This is a far away city of Pakistan on the Durand line between Pakistan and Afghanistan. It's on the R.C.D. road (regional cooperation development, a treaty between Pakistan, Iran and Turkey) in the south west province (Balochistan) of Pakistan. It is a city who has both mountain and deserts on opposite sides of it. Noshki name came after its nine flour Chukees on it jo (canal). This city's major population is Baloch. The common language spoken here is Brahvi and Rakhshani (the sweet Balochi). The majority of the population depends upon animals and live a nomadic life. Camel and pickup trucks are popular sources of transportation, but buses and wagons are also available as a mode of journey. The three main tribes are Badini, Jamaldini, and Mengal. The city is also known as Noshkay in local languages. There are also two beautiful lakes, namely Zangi-Nawar and Khanowal. Both are natural and are among the deserts and well known for praying places.