Malakand

Malakand (Pashto: ملاکنډ‎) may refer to:

in Pakistan
  • Malakand District, a district in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, also known as Malakand Protected Area
  • Malakand Agency, a tribal area in the North West Frontier Province before 1970
  • Malakand Division, an administrative division between 1970 and 2000
  • Malakand Pass, location of Malakand Fort
  • University of Malakand
other
  • SS Malakand, the name of two ships

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Siege Of Malakand
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SS Malakand
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