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<p><font color=blue face arial=size 2>Hyderabad, formerly "Nairoon Kot" and the ex-capital of the Sindh Province is currently the third largest city of Pakistan and the second largest in Sindh. According to the 1998 census results, Hyderabad has a population of 1,151,274 and covers an area of aproximately 260 Square Kilometres as the largest Division.
Hyderabad has long been noted for its embroideries, precious-metal goods, cutlery, traditional glass bangles, hand glaced pottery called "Kashi", lackerd wooden furniture called "Jhandi" and most famous cloth "Ajrak", "Susi" and "Khadhi". It now has industries in food processing, textiles, hosiery, cement, cigarettes, glass, soap, paper, leather goods, and plastics.
The history of Hyderabad defines it self as very historic. Hyderabad used to be a major Head Quarter of the British during their invasion of the Indian Sub Continent.
During the British assault many buildings and structures where built in Hyderabad which now a days are considered very historic. The ones worth mentioning include the Sindh University Old Campus, Basant Hall, Market Tower & the famous Kotri Bridge.
Hyderabad also has two forts (Qilas) from which one is made of baked bricks and so is known as "Paka Qila" while the other being made with un-baked bricks is commonly known as "Kacha Qila".
As far as education in the city is concerned Hyderabad is very lucky to be very much self-sufficient. Hyderabad holds the main campuses of "University of Sindh", "Mehran University of Engineering and Technology", "Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences", "Sindh Agriculture University", "Isra University (Mainly Medical)" and a branch of the "Preston University". Apart from Universities the city also possesses about 50 affiliate colleges in which Bachelors Degrees are awarded.</p></font>
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