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Pervez Ashraf accepts invitation to visit Gilgit-Baltistan

Pervez Ashraf accepts invitation to visit Gilgit-Baltistan

Our Correspondent Islamabad, September 20: Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has accepted CM Mehdi Shah’s invitation to the visit the Gilgit-Baltistan region at some point in the near future. He has also agreed to address a joint session of the GB Council and GB Legislative Assembly. The two elected leaders...

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Stranded: Students and passengers continue protest in Skardu and Gilgit

Stranded: Students and passengers continue protest in Skardu and Gilgit

Our Correspondent Skardu, August 30: Students and passengers continued their protest against nonavailability of flight on the fourth day in Skardu and Gilgit. Hundreds of students who are stuck in the region due to insecurity along the KKH in the wake of the Naran Valley killings in which 19 people...

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Terrorists fleeing to Gilgit – Baltistan, says Rehman Malik

Terrorists fleeing to Gilgit – Baltistan, says Rehman Malik

Our Correspondent Skardu, August 28: Senator Rehman Malik has said that terrorists, anticipating a military action in the region, are fleeing from Waziristan to Gilgit – Baltistan. He said that the movement of the terrorists is being “monitored through satellites”. He was talking to media in Skardu, at the end...

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Chief Minister announces three days of mourning in Gilgit – Baltistan

Chief Minister announces three days of mourning in Gilgit – Baltistan

Our Correspondent  Gilgit, August 16: GB Chief Minister, Syed Mehdi Shah, has instructed the law enforcing authorities to take stern action against people who are spreading rumors through SMS . He has said that those responsible for the Naran Killings will be brought to the book. He instructed the law...

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GB: Compensation package being approved for victims of violence

GB: Compensation package being approved for victims of violence

GILGIT, July 13: The Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan Syed Mehdi Shah has said the recent incidents of violence in the region were not sectarian motivated rather these were terrorism acts which would be countered effectively in future. A statement issued here on Friday quoted chief minister as saying that cabinet...

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