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Road to Ghizar remains blocked

Road to Ghizar remains blocked

The road to Ghizar is still blocked. People are facing difficulties due to the road blockade. A drive had a lucky escape when his vehicle was hit by huge boulders. Watch Abdul Rehman Bukhari’s report Road to Ghizar road blocked The road to Ghizar is still blocked. People are facing...

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Businesses from Gilgit-Baltistan participate in Dawn Agri Expo

Businesses from Gilgit-Baltistan participate in Dawn Agri Expo

LAHORE: Fruit businesses from border areas of Pakistan exhibited today at the Dawn Food and Agri Expo showcasing how better connecting remote fruit farmers and businesses to major urban markets is making local fruit and fruit products more competitive in Pakistan and for export. The Market Development Facility, Australia’s flagship private...

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Desperate passengers start walking on the Karakoram Highway – Pictorial

Desperate passengers start walking on the Karakoram Highway – Pictorial

Around 30 passengers went by foot from Summar Nala to Besham in 3 days. According to them it is extremely dangerous to travel on KKH in such conditions. Various passengers are stuck in Dassu and Summar Nala without food and accommodation facilities. Photos via KKH Updates —————————————–  ————————————— ——————————– ——————————-

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Shimshal road blocked at more than 25 locations – Audio Report

Shimshal road blocked at more than 25 locations – Audio Report

Ghulam Mussa Gilgit: Through a phone call made to Radio Pakistan using satellite phone Thuraya it has been confirmed that the Shimshal road is block at around 25 places after torrential rainfalls hit the entire region. A team of doctors and paramedical staff from government health department returned from VAYEENBEN and one guy...

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Pak-China Friendship Tunnel Complex blocked by landslide, floods

Pak-China Friendship Tunnel Complex blocked by landslide, floods

Latest photographs of the road blockades caused by flash-flood, landslide and rockfall in the areas around the Pak-China Tunnels Complex in Gojal Valley, Upper Hunza. Clearing the roads is likely to take four to five days, according to sources. Photos: Anwar Shah  

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