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Anomalies alleged in Baroghil national park appointments

Anomalies alleged in Baroghil national park appointments

Zahiruddin CHITRAL: Alleging massive anomalies in the recent appointments to the newly-established local national park, Baroghil village nazim Amin Jan Tajik has said that not a single local person was considered for the peon, chowkidar and driver posts. The nazim told reporters here that the wildlife department recently appointed 14...

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GB tourists require planting a tree under GPP

GB tourists require planting a tree under GPP

GILGIT:  Chief Minister Gilgit Baltistan, Hafiz Hafeezur Rehman here Thursday directed Forests Department to formulate a comprehensive policy in order to persuade tourists to take part in plantations in the province to counterbalance the effects of global warming and climate change. Under this policy, every tourist after coming to Gilgit...

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Gilgit-Baltistan’s climate change woes not being addressed at policy level, speakers

Gilgit-Baltistan’s climate change woes not being addressed at policy level, speakers

ISLAMABAD (PR): People in various areas of Giglit-Baltistan were facing exceptional impacts of climate change. However, their voices were not being heard at policy level, and hence, the food security of the local population is being seriously jeopardized. Speakers, including young researchers and experts, said this while speaking at a seminar...

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Skardu: Pakitan Red Crescent provides relief to 41 flood affected families

Skardu: Pakitan Red Crescent provides relief to 41 flood affected families

Skardu (PR): Pakistan Red Crescent Gilgit-Baltistan has provided relief to over 41 families of village Gayul of Skardu district affected by flash flood in Burgay nala. The relief goods were containing tarpaulin sheets, water cans, kitchen sets, oil stoves, buckets, hygiene kits and other items of domestic usage have been...

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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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