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Professor Dr. Khalil Ahmad appointed as the Vice Chancellor of Karakuram Int’l University Gilgit

Professor Dr. Khalil Ahmad appointed as the Vice Chancellor of Karakuram Int’l University Gilgit

Gilgit: Professor Dr. Khalil Ahmed, from Gulapur village of Ghizer, has been appointed as the new Vice Chancellor of Karakurom International University (KIU), Gilgit. Formally notification of his appointment has been issued today. Dr. Khalil has received his PhD in Zoology from the Zoology Department of the University of Pujab, Lahore....

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Seminar explored horizons of CPEC in Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral

Seminar explored horizons of CPEC in Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral

Hunza: (PR)  Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP) held a seminar on “Negotiating Change for Sustainability: Horizons of CPEC in Gilgit-Baltistan” in Passu Gojal in Hunza. The design and objectives of conference supports resilience and good development yet fall outside the remit of any single development organization. The presentations are...

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Bilawal addresses a huge gathering in ‘second home’, Chitral

Bilawal addresses a huge gathering in ‘second home’, Chitral

Chitral: The young Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, Billawal Bhutto Zardari addresses a huge gathering today at the Chitral Pologround. Thousands of people had gathered to welcome Bilawal on his first visit of Chitral. Speaking at the occasion, Bilawal said that the Bhuttos have always had a special relationship with...

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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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Five people from Gultari missing after flood hits valley

Five people from Gultari missing after flood hits valley

Skardu: Five young members of an extended family belonging to Gultari Valley have gone missing after a flood hit Sadpara region yesterday. Ghulam Muhammad, a resident of Gultari, told Pamir Times that the youth were coming to Sadpara from Gultari, to attend a wedding. They had to leave their vehicle...

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