KETI, a town and port in Kurrachee district, Sind, India, situated on the Hajararo branch of the Indus, in 24° 8' 30• N. lat., 67° 28' 30" E. long. Population (1872), 3199. The town is a large seat of river trade, and ranks next to Kurrachee among the ports of Sind. The sea-going exports comprise grain, pulses, oilseeds, wool, cotton, drugs, dyes, saltpetre, and firewood. The imports include cocoanuts, cotton piece goods, metals, sugar, spices, coir, and shells.