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Breaking: Flashflood wreaks havoc in Skardu, dozens of houses affected, no casualties reported

Breaking: Flashflood wreaks havoc in Skardu, dozens of houses affected, no casualties reported

Skardu: A flashflood has struck the Rigyole glacial stream located in Skardu District, causing severe destruction in Shaq Thanq muhalla. According to initial reports, the flood came down after a lightening and thunderstorm struck the valley. Around sixty houses have reportedly been damaged in Shaq Thang Muhallah alone, as a result...

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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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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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Laborer missing, traffic suspended on Babusar road, after rains trigger floods and landslide in Diamer

Laborer missing, traffic suspended on Babusar road, after rains trigger floods and landslide in Diamer

Chilas: Traffic on the Babusar-Naran road is suspended due to landslide and flooding triggered by heavy rainfall. There are reports of a laborer missing after a flooding event in Gonar Farm area of District Diamer. The missing laborer was reportedly from Darel Valley. Supply of electricity to Chilas has also...

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PakMet issues GLOF alert for Gilgit-Baltistan & Chitral, temperature to rise by 5 degrees

PakMet issues GLOF alert for Gilgit-Baltistan & Chitral, temperature to rise by 5 degrees

Islamabad: Pakistan Meteorological Department (Pakmet) has warned that the temperatures are likely to increase by up to 5 degree centigrade during the next three to four days in the mountainous Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral region. A GLOF Alert issued by the federal organization, has said that localized heavy downpour is possible...

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