“Hunza Cycling Adventure” being planned for 2015 summers

“Hunza Cycling Adventure” being planned for 2015 summers

Lahore: (PR) ‘Hunza Cycling Adventure’ is an event planned for the summers of 2015. The day of the opening of ‘Pak-China Friendship Tunnel’, under construction near the Attabad spillway, will be celebrated by a group of hundreds of cyclists, who will ride from Gilgit City to Khunjerav Pass (China Border), said a...

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Pakistan can never make Gilgit-Baltistan one of its provinces, say KNM leaders

Pakistan can never make Gilgit-Baltistan one of its provinces, say KNM leaders

PT Report Gilgit, November 30: Leaders of the Karakoram National Movement have expressed concerns over the agreements being signed between Pakistan and China. The KNM leaders have said that Gigit-Baltistan is a UN declared disputed territory and Pakistan has no rights to make agreements about it with any foreign country...

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26 students from Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral graduate form the Aga Khan University

26 students from Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral graduate form the Aga Khan University

Karachi, November 29: The Aga Khan University held its 27th convocation today. Dr. Tajuddin from Chitral was among the three PhDs who received their degrees at the convocation. He had successfully defended his dissertation last month. He belongs to the Shagram village of Torkho valley. Dr. Khalida Aziz, from Hussaini village...

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Unidentified people attack forest check post near Sai Jaglote, snatch timber worth millions

Unidentified people attack forest check post near Sai Jaglote, snatch timber worth millions

Gilgit, November 29: Unidentified assailants have thrashed three people manning a forest check post in Sai Jaglote area of Gilgit district. Two of the thrashed people worked for the Forest Department, deputed to monitor illegal transportation, while the third one was identified as a policeman. The attackers were reportedly armed...

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Gilgit-Baltistan not under the jurisdiction of Pakistan’s constitution, says Federal Information Minister

Gilgit-Baltistan not under the jurisdiction of Pakistan’s constitution, says Federal Information Minister

Islamabad: Federal Information Minister Pervez Rasheed has said that the jurisdiction of the constitution of Pakistan does not extend to Gilgit-Baltistan. “The jurisdiction of our constitution is not beyond Pakistan’s boundaries”, Rasheed said. He was responding to a question asked by a journalist who said that since the people GB...

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