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MWM to organize Difa-e-Watan Convention in Gilgit

MWM to organize Difa-e-Watan Convention in Gilgit

Gilgit, October 31: Majlis-e-Wehdatul Mslimeen (MWM), a mainstream religio-political party, will organize a “Difa-e-Watan Convention”, in Gilgit on the 3rd of November, two days after GB celebrates its independence day. This was stated by Muhammad Amin Mashhadi, the Central Deputy Secretary of MWM, at a conference here today. He said...

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PATO delegation discusses cross-border tourism at cultural festival in Kashghar, China

PATO delegation discusses cross-border tourism at cultural festival in Kashghar, China

PT Report  Islamabad: A delegation of tour operators from Pakistan attended the fourth Silk Road Pearl Kashghar International Tourism and Cultural festival held in Kashghar, China. The event was organized by the Xinjiang Tourism Corporation. The PATO delegation was led by President Amjad Ayub. The PATO delegation also attended meetings...

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Diamir district administration gets 3.5bn for land acquisition

Diamir district administration gets 3.5bn for land acquisition

GILGIT: The government of Gilgit-Baltistan received an amount of Rs3.5 billion which would be disbursed on land acquisition for the construction of Diamer-Bhasha Dam. This was stated by the Deputy Commissioner of Diamer, Muhammad Ajmal Bhatti, here on Wednesday. He said that the amount had been transferred to the accounts...

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District administration bans wall-chalking in Gilgit

District administration bans wall-chalking in Gilgit

Monitoring Desk Gilgit, October 31: The district authorities in Gilgit have imposed a ban on wall-chalking. The violators have been threatened with dire consequences. According to information, the ban has been imposed as part of the peace strategy, ahead of the month of Muharram. People have also been asked to...

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Gojal: Barjees Tahir hopes Silk Route Festival will help project softer image of Pakistan

Gojal: Barjees Tahir hopes Silk Route Festival will help project softer image of Pakistan

Our Correspondent Photo Courtesy: Mountain TV  Gulmit, October 29: Chaudhry Barjees Tahir, the Federal Minister for Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan Affairs today said that the Nanga Parbat massacre has negatively affected the image of Pakistan, especially Gilgit-Baltistan, harming the region’s tourism potential. He said that Pakistan is safe for tourism and...

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