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Flag of Balochistan, Pakistan

The Flag of Balochistan is the flag of the Province of Balochistan within Pakistan. The Balochistan provincial flag shows stylised mountains of this barren province and the principal mode of transport - the camel, also the "provincial animal". Displaying Pakistani national colours, white and dark Green, with a Crescent and star to represent the Muslim-majority all of which shows its Islamic heritage and strong ties with the Federation of Pakistan respectively.

                                               

Former flag of East Bengal, Pakistan

The former Flag of East Bengal or East Pakistan flag was the flag of the former Province of East Bengal within a united then East Pakistan. The Bengali east provincial flag showed a Crescent and star within a Red disc on top of a dark green field, offset slightly left towards the hoist so that it appeared centred when the sub-national flag was flying in the erstwhile lost territory. The traditional crescent moon and star was to represent its association with a Federal Pakistan and its commitments to Islam and the wider Muslim Ummah, the Red disc represented the bloodshed and Partition they ...

                                               

Flag of Gilgit–Baltistan

The Flag of Gilgit–Baltistan is the flag of the Autonomous Province of Gilgit Baltistan within "Northern Pakistan". The Gilgit Baltistan provincial flag shows the emblem of Pakistan is reflective of the natural topography of the province - the Markhor, is the "National animal"; Deodar cedar, is the "National tree"; and K2 is the "National mountain" of the country. Displaying Pakistani national colours, white and dark Green, with a Crescent and star to represent the Muslim-majority all of which shows its Islamic heritage and strong ties with the Federation of Pakistan respectively. No Inscr ...

                                               

Flag of Greater Manchester

The flag was adopted by Greater Manchester County Council in 1974, and derives from the shield and crest design on the coat of arms of Greater Manchester; the design itself is used by a number of organisations that represent the Greater Manchester area, such as the former Greater Manchester County Council, the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, and the Greater Manchester Army Cadet Force, all of which use ten golden towers on a red background to represent the ten metropolitan boroughs.

                                               

Flag of Hyderabad State

The Flag of Hyderabad state is the flag of the State of Hyderabad State with Association of Pakistan. The Hyderabad state flag shows Green and Red with a Star and reversed Crescent in the centre, used as a state flag. It was annexed by India in 1948, after Winston Churchill had proposed to the United Nations to consider it as an Independent state. The forebears of the Asaf Jahi Dynasty came to India from Samarkand, in Central Asia, but the family actually originated from Baghdad. In 1724, the Mughal Governor of the Deccan, Asaf Jah, Nizam ul-Mulk, Qamar ud-din Khan, established himself as ...

                                               

Flag of Islamabad Capital Territory

The Flag for Islamabad - National Capital of Pakistan - is primarily based on the National flag of Pakistan. The diagonal design is to differentiate it from the National flag. The square shape is to make the triangles symmetric. The star and crescent are regular as in the national flag. The black colour is added to give it a distinct look. Black was the colour used for the flag at the time of the conquest of Makkah by the prophet of Islam, Muhammad.