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Season V of Gulmit Premier League started today

Season V of Gulmit Premier League started today

Gulmit: The fifth season of Gulmit Premier League, organized by the Gulmit Young Stars Club, started today in Gojal Valley, Upper Hunza. Special Gold Medalist Olympian, Pervez Ahmed, led the teams in to the ground during the inaugural ceremony. Two matches were played on the first day. Shah-e-Chiragh, defending champion...

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KKH Re-Alignment: 94% work on the project completed so far, remaining to be completed by Sep. 25 this year

KKH Re-Alignment: 94% work on the project completed so far, remaining to be completed by Sep. 25 this year

The project included realignment of the road, construction of 5 tunnels with total length of 7.12 km, 78 culverts and 2 bridges. The total contract amount was 275.06 million US dollar. The  achieved progress on this project is 4% ahead of the scheduled progress. Asghar Khan & Zulfiqar Ali Khan...

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Gojal: Pak Army chopper evacuates 150 stranded students from Gulmit

Gojal: Pak Army chopper evacuates 150 stranded students from Gulmit

Our Correspondent Gulmit, February 2: A Pakistan Army MI-17 helicopter evacuated around 150 stranded students from Gulmit, the Tehsil Headquarters of Gojal Valley. The chopper made five sorties and dropped the students at the Aliabad town of central Hunza. Hundreds of people were stranded in the Gojal Valley due to...

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Raja Pervez Ashraf to visit dammed Hunza River

Raja Pervez Ashraf to visit dammed Hunza River

Wazir Nasir Gulmit, September 23: GB Finance Minister, Mohammad Ali Akhtar, told the people in Gulmit that PM Raja Pervez Ashraf will come to the dammed Hunza River during his visit of the region proposed for September 28. He was visiting the Tehsil Headquarters along with a delegation of elders...

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Water level dropping in dammed Hunza River, boats unable to travel smoothly

Water level dropping in dammed Hunza River, boats unable to travel smoothly

Our Correspondent Gulmit, September 20:  The water level in the dammed Hunza River is dropping fast due to decrease in temperature in the high altitude region. Sand patches have emerged in middle of the dammed river, making movement difficult for boats. The number of incidents related to boats getting stuck...

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