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Amin Ullah Baig from Shimshal is the 3rd Pakistani to climb all five eight thousander peaks in Pakistan

Amin Ullah Baig from Shimshal is the 3rd Pakistani to climb all five eight thousander peaks in Pakistan

Shimshal: With successful ascent to the top of the 8,051 meters high Broad Peak, Amin Ullah Baig from Shimshal valley has added another feather to his illustrious cap, as a mountaineer. He is only the third Pakistani to climb all five eight thousander peaks in the country. He did this feat...

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Aided by AKRSP, 40 volunteers collect 4 tonnes of solid waste after Shandur festival

Aided by AKRSP, 40 volunteers collect 4 tonnes of solid waste after Shandur festival

Report and Photos by Bashir Hussain Azad Chitral: Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP), under its “Water & Energy Security” project carried out a solid waste management activity in Shandoor, in collaboration with Tehsil administration and Chitral Heritage & Environmental protection society. It was a four-day cleanliness drive, in which...

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Opening of Babusar Road can take up to 12 hours

Opening of Babusar Road can take up to 12 hours

Chilas: The opening of Babusar Road is likely to take up to 12 hours. The district administration has deployed heavy machinery, including dozers and excavators, to clear the road. District officials have said that the scale of work is huge, but all available heavy machinery has been deployed to open...

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Debris flow damages two cars on Babusar Road, various valleys experiencing floods in Gilgit-Baltistan

Debris flow damages two cars on Babusar Road, various valleys experiencing floods in Gilgit-Baltistan

Monitoring Desk Gilgit: Floods and landslides have caused widespread destruction in different parts of Gilgit-Baltistan. Photographs of two cars hit by a debris flow on the Babusar Road are being circulated on the social media. Floods have hit Tangir Valley, Gunar Farm, Thore Valley and other parts of Diamer District. At least...

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PTDC hopes to build a five star hotel along the Gilgit River, set up a ski resort in Naltar

PTDC hopes to build a five star hotel along the Gilgit River, set up a ski resort in Naltar

Islamabad: The Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) aims to introduce ‘modern facilities’ in PTDC Motels located in Gilgit -Baltistan, in addition to construction of a five-star hotel along the Gilgit River. A ski-resort is also being set up in Naltar, for which the regional government has allocated land. The corporation’s Director...

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