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Dasht river running into the Jiwani Bay near the border to Iran
|Native name||دریائے دشت|
|Other name(s)||Dasht Kaur|
|Settlements||Kuldan, Sutkagan Dor|
|Main source||Mirani Dam|
|River mouth||Gwadar District,
The Kech River is eastern tributary of the Dasht River which flows through Kech valley and Nihing River is the western tributary that flows along Iran–Pakistan border before emptying at Mirani Dam where both the rivers have a confluence to form Dasht river.
The Mirani Dam is located across the Dasht River in the Central Makran Range. The dam was built to supply agricultural irrigation water for the surrounding areas, flood control in the downstream region, and to provide drinking water for the city of Gwadar.
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