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MLA Shah Salim Khan rubbishes news of ‘being disqualified by court’

MLA Shah Salim Khan rubbishes news of ‘being disqualified by court’

Gilgit: Elected leader of Hunza District, Shah Salim Khan has said that the reports about him being disqualified from the Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly are ‘false’, and the ‘propaganda’ is tantamount to ‘contempt of court’. Salim made the statement on his Facebook page after reports of him being disqualified by the...

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O drugs! Don’t hurt my body

O drugs! Don’t hurt my body

Countless blessings from Allah One example is our body Why to hurt it? I should protect it My body should stay safe My parents might get hurt They might feel pain Why to make them sad? Why to hurt my body Why to hurt my soul? We are blessed with...

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Student attempts suicide after failing in HSSC exam, detained by police

Student attempts suicide after failing in HSSC exam, detained by police

Monitoring Desk Gilgit: Gilgit police on Saturday detained a student who was reportedly attempting suicide after failing in HSSC-I exam. According to details, the student, whose name is being withheld to protect his identity, attempted to kill himself, after learning that he had flunked in the Higher Secondary School Certificate...

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Baltistan Doctors Forum conducts free medical camp in Thor Valley, Diamer

Baltistan Doctors Forum conducts free medical camp in Thor Valley, Diamer

Khan Shumali Chilas: A free medical camp was arranged by Baltistan Doctors Forum in collaboration with Soni Diamer in Thor village of Chilas valley. A team comprising eight doctors conducted various tests, including Blood test, and Sugar level test. A large number of patients from the area benefited from the services...

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71.5 percent students fail HSSC-I exam, private schools outperform govt run schools

71.5 percent students fail HSSC-I exam, private schools outperform govt run schools

Gilgit: In an astonishingly poor show of result, a staggering 4,101 out of the total of 5,736 students have flunked the part one exam of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC), conducted by the Karakoram International University Examination Board. According to results announced here, only 28.5 percent of the students could...

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