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Gilgit: Police arrests man on suspicion of killing hotel worker

Gilgit: Police arrests man on suspicion of killing hotel worker

Gilgit: Police has arrested a man on suspicion of killing a hotel worker last night in the Konodas locality of Gilgit city. According to details, Sabz Ali, 25 years old owner of a small hotel, was killed last night. His body was found early in the morning and shifted to the District Headquarters Hospital...

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Mountain farmers in Pakistan’s north fret over farm losses from erratic winter snowfall

Mountain farmers in Pakistan’s north fret over farm losses from erratic winter snowfall

By Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio  HUNZA, Gilgit Baltistan – Weird and unexpected onset of heavy snowfall more than forty days earlier than usual this year – first time in the last more than a decade – in Pakistan’s north landed mountain farmers into a baffling shock. Farmers say while...

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7.3bn rupees to be distributed among Diamer-Bhasha dam affectees in 10 days

7.3bn rupees to be distributed among Diamer-Bhasha dam affectees in 10 days

Gilgit: Residents of Gais Bala, Gais Payeen, Gohar Abad and adjacent areas in the Diamer District of Gilgit-Baltistan have started receiving compensation money for the land that will be submerged by the Diamer-Bhasha Dam. This is the second phase of payments. Billions have already been distributed among affectees in other...

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7 missing, three dead, as passenger van falls in the Chitral river

7 missing, three dead, as passenger van falls in the Chitral river

Chitral: A passenger van coming from the Garam Chashma village fell in the Chitral River today. Three dead bodies were recovered from the river after the accident, while search for seven more people was underway till filing of this report. One woman was safely rescued. According to details, the van...

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“Gilgit-Baltistan can be affected by HIV/AIDS with the opening of international routes”, Dr. Abdul Latif

“Gilgit-Baltistan can be affected by HIV/AIDS with the opening of international routes”, Dr. Abdul Latif

Gilgit: Pakistan Red Crescent (PRC) Society Gilgit-Baltistan on Tuesday marked the World HIV/AIDS Day by organizing a dissemination seminar in the regional capital. In line with the internatioanl theme, the seminar highlighted ‘reach to zero’ goal. Speaking at the occasion Dr. Abdul Latif, Coordinator of Gilgit-Baltistan AIDS control Programme, said...

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