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Empowered Women Empower Women: Happy International Women’s Day

Empowered Women Empower Women: Happy International Women’s Day

Aaliya, Moula Dad Dear Readers: Today is International Women’s Day. We all believe that women’s are the champions of change makers. We all shall strengthen our wings with spirit and power to empower every woman. In the name of God, let us promise to ourselves that we will always obey...

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Importance of protecting “Big Cats” highlighted during event organized by WWF, Pakistan

Importance of protecting “Big Cats” highlighted during event organized by WWF, Pakistan

Gilgit : (PR) World Wide Fund for Nature, Pakistan (WWF-P) and The Snow Leopard Foundation (SLF) marked an awareness event at the end of the “Wildlife Week” under the theme of World Wildlife Day 2018 “Big Cats: Predators under threat” in collaboration with the Parks and Wildlife Department, Gilgit-Baltistan and Khudaabad...

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Most female legislators in Gilgit-Baltistan are non-serious, stay silent in assembly: Deputy Speaker

Most female legislators in Gilgit-Baltistan are non-serious, stay silent in assembly: Deputy Speaker

Gilgit: Deputy Speaker of the Gilgit-Blatistan Legislative Assembly, Jafarullah Khan, has said that most of the female legislators in Gilgit-Baltistan are non-serious, because they don’t speak inside the assembly. “There are six women legislators in the assembly, but most of them don’t speak at all”, he remarked, during an interview...

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Neglected Issues of Gilgit Baltistan

Neglected Issues of Gilgit Baltistan

Sheraz Bagoro People of Gilgit Baltistan (GB) are mainly indulged in the issues of their constitutional rights of GB and its negligence in CPEC while largely ignoring other important areas which also need equal attention by the people of GB, federal government, provincial government and the local and national media....

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Tracing Buddhist roots in Chitral—2

Tracing Buddhist roots in Chitral—2

By Alhaj Muhammad khan The illustrations in different places reinforce the argument that the influence of Buddhism continued to be stronger from 3rd century in Chitral, and reached to its climax in 4th century.  The veneration and names of kings in rock inscriptions, now existing, indicate the period of its...

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