Showing posts with label Malot Sattian. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Malot Sattian. Show all posts

Monday 27 November 2017


Dr. Jahangir Satti is a Scientist, Clinical Professor, Medical Physicist and an Author, who is a diplomat of American board of Radiology (since 2006), Fellow of American Academy of Nano-medicine, and Associated Faculty at the Center for X-Ray Optics in the State University of New York at Albany. He hails from Malot Sattian.

He received his M.S. in Radiological Physics from CAMPEP program of Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, and PhD in Computer Engineering from the same University. He then received a post-doctorate in Diagnostic Medical Physics from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and another post-doctorate in Radiation Oncology from the Stanford University, California.

Dr. Satti is currently serving as a Medical Physicist/Clinical Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology in Albany Medical College. He has authored over three dozen research articles and conference abstracts.

How people describe him

"Jahangir Satti is a born scholar, genius, intelligent, sober, silent among groups we work together. From academic to professional and social life he proved himself a leader. He is a professor of his field."

Click here to read biography of Jahangir Satti

Click here for his publications

Click here to read his book "Reverse Breast Cancer-an alternative approach"

Click here for his book "Vital Energy through detoxification"

Click here to read his book "Homeo-Nano Medicine: Collected Works"

Click here to read his book "The Ruling Enemy"

Click here to read his book "Far-Western Himalayan Pahari Language-Its Origin and Evaluation"


Monday 13 November 2017


Malot Sattian is situated about 16 km north of Kotli, from where it can be approached by a metalled road to Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir. It extends eastwards through by means of a bridge across the Jhelum river, 5 km from Malot to Kalliari Patton and thence to Bagh in Azad Kashmir. The village stands on 4500 ft high ridge which acts as a water divide between the Jhelum river in the east and it’s tributary, Khad in the West. The slopes facing the two streams have a gullied topography. This is mainly due to the erosion action of the stream-lets. The Chajjana reserve forest lies near this village.
It commands a strategic position on Punjab-AJK border and serves as a terminal point for the transport coming from Rawalpindi.
The village covers a 3,636 acre area, 1,423 acres are cultivated and 2,213 acres are uncultivated. The major food staples are wheat and maize.
The village has two high schools for a boys and a girls and two middle schools for both sexes. The literacy rate of the village is 90%.


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