Topi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
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|Coordinates: Coordinates: |
|Elevation||335 m (1,102 ft)|
|• Estimate (2004)||36,340|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
|Telephone Dialing Code||05372-0938|
|Number of Union councils||2|
Topi is a town in Swabi District of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan. The town, located in the east of the district, is administratively subdivided into two Union councils: Topi East and Topi West.
Topi is located in the east of Swabi District of the Khyber Pukhtoonkwa Province of Pakistan. Topi is located to the west of the Tarbela Dam, the world's largest earth filled dam. Tarbela Dam is the largest hydroelectric generation project in Haripur District, Pakistan, producing 3,495 megawatts of electricity accounting for 40 percent of the Water and Power Development Authority's total power output as of 1980.
The town of Topi is home of the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology (GIKI), named after Ghulam Ishaq Khan, a former President of Pakistan who had served at TOPI during his illustrious career as a Civil Servant.
- The names of these places are "Urdu-ized"—the locals do not use this pronunciation. Locally Topi = Topaye; Swabi = Sawa'Baye; Tarbela = tuR'Bella; Kotha = koTa, etc.[needs IPA]
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