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Rustum Kaikhushro Nariman

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Rustum Kaikhushro Nariman (1877-1962)

1922 M.Inst.C.E., Associate I.E.E., Civil, Hydraulic and Irrigation Engineer, Public Works Service, Lahore, India. T. A.: "Nariman, Lyallpur." b. 1877; s. of Lieut.-Colonel K. S. Nariman, I.M.S.; brother of Major J. K. Nariman, 1.M. S.; m. d. of Lieut.-Colonel Reporter, I.M.S. Trained at the R.I.E. College, Coopers Hill. Employed on weir across the Jehlum at Rosul, on remodelling the channels of the West jamna Canal, in constructing defences against river encroachment at Dera Ghazi Khan, in diverting the Mailsi Canal with a discharge of 2,000 ,cubic feet per second, for a length of five miles, and training the Chenab and Sutlej rivers. Present Position: Superintending Engineer in the Punjab. Member of the Chenab Club.

1962 Obituary [1]

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