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[Video] ‘Morek Thay Nay’, latest Shina music album, launched

[Video] ‘Morek Thay Nay’, latest Shina music album, launched

Latest Shina language song, “Morek Thay Nay” – PAMIRTIMES from Pamir Times on Vimeo. Islamabad: The latest poetry of renowned Shina and Urdu language poet, Zafar Waqar Taj, was launched in the form of an audio album titled “Morek Thay Nay” during the recently concluded Peace and Pluralism Festival. Salman...

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Pluralism: Artists from Chitral, Gilgit and Baltistan present rich cultures in Islamabad

Pluralism: Artists from Chitral, Gilgit and Baltistan present rich cultures in Islamabad

Islamabad (PR):  A two-day mega festival “Culture for Peace and Pluralism” showcasing unique and diverse culture heritage, art, literature and cuisines from Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral (GBC) concluded at the Open Air Theatre, Shakarparian, on Sunday evening. The event was organized by the Initiative for Promotion of Pamiri Arts and Culture (IPPAC)...

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Khyber beats Khudabad in final match of Gojal Premier League

Khyber beats Khudabad in final match of Gojal Premier League

Islamabad: Team Khyber won the Gojal Premier League 2014 tournament played here in Islamabad. They defeated Khudabad in the final match. The first semi-final was played between Passu Students Association (PSA) and Khyber while the second semi-final was played between Khudabad and Ghulkin. More than a dozen teams participated in...

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PMLN delegation from Gilgit-Baltistan calls on President Mamnoon Hussain

PMLN delegation from Gilgit-Baltistan calls on President Mamnoon Hussain

ISLAMABAD, Feb 24 (PR): President Mamnoon Hussain on Monday said the Pak-China Economic Corridor would usher in a new era of socio-economic development in the region and open new vistas of opportunities especially for the people of Gilgit-Baltistan. He said the corridor would not only generate tremendous economic opportunities, but...

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NHA messes up sign boards on the Karakuram Highway

NHA messes up sign boards on the Karakuram Highway

Gilgit: The National Highways Authority (NHA) has fixed sign boards near different villages along the Karakuram Highway, apparently to guide and inform the tourists. However, the opposite is happening because names of many of the villages have been painted incorrectly. Jaglote has been turned into Gaglot and Jutal into Juata....

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