Islamabad Capital Territory

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
For the capital city of Pakistan, see Islamabad.
For the third largest city of Indian-administered Kashmir, see Islamabad Town
Islamabad Capital Territory
Islamabad di Daat.jpg
Islamabad Capital Territory in Pakistan
Islamabad Capital Territory in Pakistan (claims hatched).svg
Islamabad Capital Territory in Pakistan
(highlighted in dark red)
Territorial capital Islamabad
Languages Urdu (official and national)
English (official)
Punjabi
Sindhi
Pashto
Balochi
Potwari
Population 1,151,868 Pakistan 2012 Census Preliminary Results (2012)
Revenue & NFC
 - Share in national revenue
 - Share receives

 % (contribution)
 % (from fed. govt)
Time zone PST, UTC+5
Number of zones 8
Number of towns
Number of UCs
President Asif Ali Zardari
Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif
High Court Islamabad High Court
Govt of Islamabad Official Website
ICT territorial flag
Zones of Islamabad

The Islamabad Capital Territory (Urdu: وفاقی دارالحکومت, ICT for short) is one of the two federal territories of Pakistan. The territory includes Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. It covers an area of 1165.5 sqkm; in terms of area the territory of Islamabad is greater in area than Faroe Islands but smaller than Mauritius. Of this area, Islamabad city covers an area of 906 sqkm.

Territory symbols (unofficial)
Territory animal Rhesus Macaque Rhesus Macaques.jpg
Territory bird Rose-ringed Parakeet Parrot India 2.jpg
Territory tree Paper Mulberry Paper Mulberry leaf.jpg
Territory flower Red rose Red rose.jpg