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Fresh violence in Baseen locality of Gilgit, 4 dead

PT Report Gilgit, September 30: Four people are reported dead in fresh violence in Baseen locality of Gilgit city. According to a private TV channel four people were killed and five injured when unknown assailants opened fire on a vehicle near leprosy hospital in Baseen. This fresh kililng spree takes...

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Attiqa changes mind, opposes election boycott in Hunza

by Zulfiqar Ali Khan HUNZA, Sept 29: Political leaders in Hunza valley gave mixed reaction to the announcements made by prime minister Yousuf Raza Gialni, yesterday. While some welcomed the financial package, others expressed concern for not announcing an additional seat for Hunza in the Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly (GBLA). Atiqa Ghazanfer,...

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Judicial and media activism keeping government on track, Gilani

PT Report Gilgit, September 29: Addressing top bureaucracy and judiciary of Gilgit Baltistan Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani emphasized that while institution building is important for establishing good governance any clash between institutions could be fatal for the system. “Institution building is very important and all institutions should work...

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[PT Report] Gilani’s ten-point ‘development package’ for Gilgit – Baltistan

Ten significant and practical steps announced by PM Yousuf Raza Gilani as part of his development package for Gilgit – Baltisan are; Doubling the vehicle fleet of NATCO Sost Dry Port to be improved Gilgit and Skardu airports to be expanded Reopening of ZTBL and NBP regional offices NAVTEC bureau to be established...

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[PT Report] Thousands listen to Gilani’s speech at Lalik Jan Shaheed stadium

By Piar Ali Khudabadi Gilgit, September 29: Thousands of people gathered at the Lalik Jan Shaheed Stadium to listen to Prime Minister of Pakistan, Yousuf Raza Gilani, here in Gilgit, the capital of Gilgit – Baltistan. The prime minister was welcomed with slogans and claps as he reached the stadium...

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