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Three Gilgit-Baltistan related road projects approved by CPEC Joint Working Group

Three Gilgit-Baltistan related road projects approved by CPEC Joint Working Group

Islamabad: The Joint Working Group of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project approved three important road construction and expansion schemes in Gilgit-Baltistan. The projects approved include construction of the Ghizer-Chitral-Chakdara road, at the cost of 22 billion rupees, repair and expansion of the KKH between Raikot (Diamer) and Dassu (Kohistan), and...

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Educational Malpractices in Pakistan

Educational Malpractices in Pakistan

The constitution of the Islamic state of Pakistan states that: “The state of Pakistan shall remove illiteracy and provide free and compulsory secondary education within minimum possible period”. Yet in the Human Development report, Pakistan is ranked at 136th position of having a literacy rate of 49.9% which shows that...

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New cabinet of Passu Youth & Sports Board sworn in

New cabinet of Passu Youth & Sports Board sworn in

Passu: (PR) The new cabinet of the Passu Youth and Sports Board was sworn in yesterday 23rd September 2017. A large number of residents of Passu Village attended the oath taking ceremony. PYSB has been rendering valuable services for the student’s community since 2008. The following have been selected as...

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Know yourself

Know yourself

When we refer to word ‘self’. what comes in to our minds? An image of ourselves, or just our name. In fact, self consists of two parts; I and Me. I is a psychological approach, while me is a sociological approach. I is a subjective self, like a person having a...

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9th grader ‘commits suicide’ in Skardu after elder brother scolds him for getting less marks in a test

9th grader ‘commits suicide’ in Skardu after elder brother scolds him for getting less marks in a test

Monitoring Desk Gilgit: A 9th grader in Skardu today allegedly committed suicide after he was scolded by his elder brother for getting less marks in a monthly test. Station House Officer Ghulam Ali has told the media that the elder brother reportedly scolded the 9th grader for getting less marks...

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