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Wildlife conservation

Wildlife conservation

Karim Mohammad Khan A saying goes that one can measure the greatness and moral progress of a nation by monitoring its treatment of animals. The mountains of Gilgit-Baltistan are home to an amazing species of wildlife such as Himalayan Ibex, Markhor, snow leopard, wolves, jajackals, Marcopolo sheep and bears. In addition,...

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450 people trained for marketing agri products as part of USAID funded project

450 people trained for marketing agri products as part of USAID funded project

Reporting by Farman Karim Hunza, January 29: 450 people from Ghizer, Gilgit and Hunza-Nagar have been trained in marketing different agricultural produce as part of a training programme jointly conducted by USAID and Gilgit-Baltistan Entrepreneurs Capacity Development project. This was stated during the concluding ceremony of the programme here in...

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Chilas: Vandals destroy Centuries-old rock carvings

Chilas: Vandals destroy Centuries-old rock carvings

Zulfiqar Ali Khan The ancient petroglyphs, carved on rocks near Chilas Town, are being threatened by painting graffiti and defacing the ancient images and symbols. While travelling on KKH, one can easily observe a rock near to Chilas city where a government-run education project has boldly painted an educational awareness...

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Water and Sanitation: German govt and AKDN help improve lives in Gilgit Baltistan and Chitral 

Water and Sanitation: German govt and AKDN help improve lives in Gilgit Baltistan and Chitral 

Islamabad, 28 January: Long-standing partners, the German Federal Foreign Office through Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (KfW) Development Bank and agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN – Aga Khan Foundation, Pakistan (AKF-P) and Aga Khan Planning and Building Service, Pakistan (AKPBS,P) –  have concluded a successful four-year project to help improve the...

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Know your one dozen ministers

Know your one dozen ministers

Islamabad: The federal government has allocated ministries to around a dozen ministers selected recently to be part of the caretaker government in Gilgit-Baltistan. The names and photographs of the one dozen ministers are given above. The size of the caretaker cabinet is being criticized by commentators and observers, who are calling...

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