The Province of Sindh has two massive seaports and both are situated in Karachi. The largest international airport of Pakistan is also situated in Karachi and is generally known as Qaid-e-Azam International airport. The Province of Sindh structures the lower Indus bowl and lies between 23 to 35 Degree and 28-30, north scope and 66-42 and 71-1-degree east longitude. It is around 579 kms long from north to south and almost 442 kms in its outrageous expansiveness (281 kms normal). It covers 1,40,915 square kms and is about as huge as England. Sindh Population is 47.89 million according 2017 and Karachi is the capital of Sindh.

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Sindh Cities

No.

Sindh Cities

Area (km²)

Population 
(in 2017)

1

Badin

6,470

1,804,516

2

Dadu

8,034

1,550,266

3

Ghotki

6,506

1,647,239

4

Hyderabad

1,022

2,201,079

5

Jacobabad

2,771

1,006,297

6

Jamshoro

11,250

993,142

7

Karachi Central

62

2,972,639

8

Kashmore (formerly Kandhkot)

2,551

1,089,169

9

Khairpur

15,925

2,405,523

10

Larkana

1,906

1,524,391

11

Matiari

1,459

769,349

12

Mirpur Khas

3,319

1,505,876

13

Naushahro Firoze

2,027

1,612,373

14

Shaheed Benazirabad(formerly Nawabshah)

4,618

2,012,847

15

Qambar Shahdadkot

5,599

1,341,042

16

Sanghar

10,259

2,057,057

17

Shikarpur

2,577

1,231,481

18

Sukkur

5,216

1,487,903

19

Tando Allahyar

1,573

836,887

20

Tando Muhammad Khan

1,814

677,228

21

Tharparkar

19,808

1,649,661

22

Thatta

7,705

979,817

23

Umerkot

5,503

1,073,146

24 (22)

Sujawal

8,699

781,967

25 (7)

Karachi East

165

2,909,921

26 (7)

Karachi South

85

1,791,751

27 (7)

Karachi West

630

3,914,757

28 (7)

Korangi

95

2,457,019

29 (7)

Malir

2,635

2,008,901