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Babusar Road opened for traffic after three days

Babusar Road opened for traffic after three days

Chilas: Deputy Commissioner of Diamer has said that the Babusar Road has been opened for traffic, two days after massive floods hit the region. The DC has said that the road was blocked at several locations, and opening it in a short period of time is a commendable achievement. Closure...

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Final of Gulmit Premier League tomorrow

Final of Gulmit Premier League tomorrow

Gulmit: The final match of Gulmit Premier League will be played tomorrow between Harzands 11 and MBG FC. These two teams qualified for the final, defeating Gulmit Tumtang Duma (GTD) and Al-Noor FC, respectively. A total of 15 teams participated in the event, organized by Gulmit Young Stars Club &...

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Smuggling bid foiled: China bound heroin concealed in carpets recovered from border town Sost

Smuggling bid foiled: China bound heroin concealed in carpets recovered from border town Sost

Gilgit: The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) has reported recovery of a ‘huge cache’ of heroin in the border town of Sost. The recovery was made from a room of the ‘Tibet Hotel’. According to details shared by an official, who requested anonymity, the heroin was concealed in ten carpets, which were...

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Health & Environmental Concerns: 34 Crushing Plants closed in Gilgit

Health & Environmental Concerns: 34 Crushing Plants closed in Gilgit

Gilgit: The Gilgit city administration on Saturday sealed 34 stone crushing plants in Gilgit city and Kargah valley. The privately-owned plants were sealed by a joint team comprising Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Assistant Commissioner’s office and police department. 22 of the sealed plants were located in Gilgit city, while...

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Potential Chinese Visitors: Harbingers of a bright future for Tourism in Pakistan

Potential Chinese Visitors: Harbingers of a bright future for Tourism in Pakistan

Tourism in Gilgit-Baltistan: Gilgit-Baltistan region, extremely mountainous, covers an area of over 72,971 km². The approximate population of this region is 2 million and the region’s capital city is Gilgit. Very rich in natural resources, Gilgit-Baltistan is known for its natural beauty, having the 8 of tallest mountains in the...

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