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Hi wazir - Welcome to the forum
I hesitate to recommend any specific brand or model as I have no idea what is available in Pakistan. I would suggest you try to find somewhere you can pick up and handle different router brands and sizes and go with one you are comfortable handling.

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G’day Wazir

Welcome to the router forum.

Thank you for joining us.

Which router is most suitable, would depend on what work you are going to do with it.

As John said, it is hard to make a recommendation as we don't know what you have available.

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Hi Wazir

I think you'd also be advised to choose one that is readily available on your local market, in case you need spares or accessories.
What brands can you get in Pakistan?

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WOuld try PC-690.
Maybe Bosch 1617 if volatge is a problem.
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