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Project launched to preserve Kalash language and culture

Project launched to preserve Kalash language and culture

Kalasha valley: The “Kalash Language and Culture Preservation Project” was launched today during a ceremony held at Kalasha Dur (Kalasha Culture Center), Mumuret. The project has been funded by National Rural Support Programme, under Small Grants and Ambassador Fund Program of USAID in partnership with implementing partner Ayun and Valleys Development Programme....

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750 plus grade 17,18 posts in Gilgit-Baltistan to be filled through FPSC

750 plus grade 17,18 posts in Gilgit-Baltistan to be filled through FPSC

Gilgit: The Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly on Monday passed a resolution amending the GB Public Service Commission Act, paving way for hiring of more than 750 grade 17 and 18 officers through the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC). Under the 2009 President Order, GB has to establish its own Provincial Public...

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Mera Naam Hay Saqafat – میرا نام ہے ثقافت

Mera Naam Hay Saqafat – میرا نام ہے ثقافت

Roshan Bano ————————————- Human Heart: (with excitement) Hi Culture. I am human heart. Nice to hear your voice. Can I see you please? I am so eager to meet you. Culture: You can not see me for I don’t have a physical form. I am invisible, intangible, abstract! Human Heart:...

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Legislators and professionals from Gilgit-Baltistan react to Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy’s 2nd Oscar Award

Legislators and professionals from Gilgit-Baltistan react to Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy’s 2nd Oscar Award

Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltsitan, Minister for Women Development, Superintendent of Police and a bank manager shower praises and felicitations on Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy for winning the Oscar Award for the second time. Reported by Abdul Rehman Bukhari   Legislators and professionals from Gilgit-Baltistan react to S…Legislators and professionals from Gilgit-Baltistan react...

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270 million rupees to be distributed among earthquake, flood affectees

270 million rupees to be distributed among earthquake, flood affectees

Islamabad: Gilgit-Baltistan Government has completed all arrangements to provide compensation to the affectees of earthquake and floods. Official sources have told Radio Pakistan that two hundred and seventy million rupees would be distributed among the affectees in all districts next month.    

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