|Bara Khyber Agency
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|• Political agent||Shahab Ali|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
|Website||Bara Khyber Agency|
Bara Khyber Agency is also the name of the local administrative division Bara Tehsil of the Khyber Agency within the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan, of which Bara Khyber Agency Town is the administrative seat. The Bara River flows through the district. From the era of the Raj the town has held a fort and supplied water to Peshawar. The Official Website Of Bara Khyber Agency is http://www.barakhyberagency.com/ The town is ethnically Pashtuns, and has been the site of increasing militancy by Lashkar-e-Islam against the central government.
The approximate location is 33° 55′ N latitude, 71° 27′ longitude. The mud fort is visible on Google Earth at 33° 54' 53" by 71° 28' 05", lying alongside a water tank and the Bara River which eventually flows to the East of Peshawar.
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