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Pakistan : Sindh

2.5 km (1.6 miles) SW of Jhimpīr, Sindh, Pakistan
Approx. altitude: 34 m (111 ft)
([?] maps: Google MapQuest Multimap world confnav)
Antipode: 25°S 112°W

Accuracy: 7 m (22 ft)
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#2: East #3: South #4: West #5: GPS #6: Group at Confluence point #7: Nawaz,Kasim,Me (akk) and Ali looking zeros on GPS #8: Ayoob and Asghar with Vehicles near confluence point

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  25°N 68°E  

#1: North

(visited by Abdul Karim Khadim, Mohammad Iqbal, Asghar Ali, Mohammad ayoob, Mohammad Nawaz Channa, Amjad ali, Ahmed Ali, Afaq Hyder Shah, Ghulam Kasim and jamil Ahmed)

16-Jul-2007 -- After successful visit of 25N 69E we started our journey to Hyderabad. We decided to have our lunch at Hyderabad in a restaurant named Al-Manzar on the bank of river Indus and have fresh fish Palla. I called in my Hyderabad office and told the manager Mr. Mohammad Ali Shah to go to the restaurant and get the lunch prepared and keeping in view the travel time we told him the lunch to be ready by 2pm. Then we called our common friend, in Hyderabad, Professor Mohammad Nawaz Channa to join us at lunch. We arrived Hyderabad as per schedule and Professor Nawaz joined us here and we reached the restaurant at about 2pm. Lunch was ready and it was very delicious. After finishing our lunch we started our journey to 25N 68E. We reached Nooriabad at about 3.50pm. From here we took a link road to Jhampir which as at about 30kms from Nooriabad. The confluence was near a stone quarry and not difficult to find. We reached the point and took necessary pics. This was last point in our three day trip and from here we all drove to Karachi and became busy in our respective business/jobs.


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#1: North
#2: East
#3: South
#4: West
#5: GPS
#6: Group at Confluence point
#7: Nawaz,Kasim,Me (akk) and Ali looking zeros on GPS
#8: Ayoob and Asghar with Vehicles near confluence point
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