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Danyore Jamatkhana worker loses life while resisting robbery attempt

Danyore Jamatkhana worker loses life while resisting robbery attempt

GILGIT: A worker of the Muhammad Abad Jamatkhana, located in Danyore area of Gilgit, has succumbed to his injuries after being beaten mercilessly by alleged robbers. Sher Ali, in his mid-sixties, was a worker of the Muhammad Abad Jamatkhana, or Ismaili Muslims’ place of worship. According to local reports, some...

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26 suspected terrorists have surrendered in Diamer, says Commissioner

26 suspected terrorists have surrendered in Diamer, says Commissioner

  CHILAS: The Diamer Jirga’s efforts to arrest and debase miscreants is bearing fruits. As many as 26 alleged terrorists have surrendered in front of the Diamer Jirga so far. Diamer’s commissioner, Abdul Waheed Shah has said that the govt had provided a list of suspected terrorists to the Jirga...

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Professor Harald Hauptmann, expert of Diamer’s petroglyphs and GB’s cultures, is no more

Professor Harald Hauptmann, expert of Diamer’s petroglyphs and GB’s cultures, is no more

ISLAMABAD: German academician and researcher, Professor Harald Hauptmann has breathed his last on August 2, 2018, at the age of 82. He had been traveling to Gilgit-Baltistan since 1989 to understand and explain the region’s pre-Islamic cultures, primarily by studying the thousands of petroglyphs found on both sides of the...

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Does Grading Affect The Health and Social Life of Students?

Does Grading Affect The Health and Social Life of Students?

By Atta Broze The system of education evaluation in most countries of the world is based on grading. Students who are sharp in learning show excellent results in grading and they are always appreciated by teachers and parents. Usually students have to work hard throughout the academics in order to...

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WWF-Pakistan pledges to plant 1.4 million trees by August 2019 

WWF-Pakistan pledges to plant 1.4 million trees by August 2019 

ISLAMABAD: (PR) Between 2000 and 2010, Pakistan lost an average of approx. 43,000 hectares of forests (equivalent to half the size of Islamabad) every year. With only 2% forest cover remaining, the country’s deforestation rate is the highest in Asia, and is well below the recommended cover of 25%. Therefore, in...

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