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Radio Journalists to be considered for AGAHI Awards 2013

Radio Journalists to be considered for AGAHI Awards 2013

Islamabad (PR) Radio is the most effective tool in stimulating debate, to promote interest in radio journalism, AGAHI will create special categories in Radio Journalism at the upcoming AGAHI Awards 2014. On 13th February, World Radio Day is celebrated all over world to sensitize journalists, radio station owners, executives and governments...

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Gojal: Bridge inaugurated on 31st December 2013 collapses

Gojal: Bridge inaugurated on 31st December 2013 collapses

Shishkat, February 13: A make-shift wooden bridge inaugurated on 31st December 2013 collapsed today due to erosion caused by increase in flow of the dammed Hunza River. The bridge had been constructed by the Power and Works Department Hunza-Nagar to facilitate movement between Shishkat and Gulmit, two of the villages...

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GIZ to invest in Gilgit-Baltistan hydro-power projects: Barjees Tahir

GIZ to invest in Gilgit-Baltistan hydro-power projects: Barjees Tahir

ISLAMABAD, Feb 12 (APP): Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Ch. Muhammad Barjees Tahir said the government was focusing to make a policy for establishing industrial zones in Gilgit-Baltistan in order to utilize locally produced cheap power. The minister said Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) was blessed with tremendous hydro-power potential which...

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Gilgit: Civil Defence, Special Branch, to get Bomb Disposal Response Vehicles

Gilgit: Civil Defence, Special Branch, to get Bomb Disposal Response Vehicles

Islamabad, Feb 12 (APP): Civil Defence, Special Branch of Police, Islamabad Police, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan will get 65 Bomb Disposal Response Vehicles this year. These vehicles will be equipped with bomb disposal kits, jammers, scanners and disrupters. Some of these vehicles will also have remote controlled robots. Talking...

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Hunza: another view

Hunza: another view

SARANJAM BEYG WITH reportedly the highest GDP per capita and a literacy rate of above 80pc, the Hunza valley, originally famous for its natural beauty and high life expectancy rates, has been dubbed as a successful model of development within Pakistan and abroad. The models of poverty alleviation pursued by...

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