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Gilgit Baltistan – Educational Scenarios (I)

Gilgit Baltistan – Educational Scenarios (I)

By Syed Jamil Uddin EXPRESSIVE OF its firm commitment and unshakable determination as attuned to its agenda to give a genuine boost to education in Pakistan, the present government has made consecutive announcement to turn the state-owned magnificent buildings and mansions – all last vestiges of regal style of governance...

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Karakoram Highway to remain open on 9th and 10th of Muharram: Spokesman

Karakoram Highway to remain open on 9th and 10th of Muharram: Spokesman

Reporting by Abdul Rahman Bukhari GILGIT: The decision of closing the Karakoram Highway on the 9th and 10th of Muharram has been reversed. Gilgit-Baltsitan govt’s spokesman, Faizullah Faraq has said that the decision was causing troubles for tourists and other travelers. He has said that the KKH will remain open,...

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Karbala Movement: The Stand for Right and Freedom

Karbala Movement: The Stand for Right and Freedom

By Ali Raza On 1st Muharram, 61 AH of the Islamic calendar (680 AD), the journey of never ending stand against oppression and injustice started. The ultimate sacrifice of Imam Hussain Ibn Ali for Islam and humanity. It is the message of humanity, peace and justice. The message of Islam...

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Gilgit court orders release of journalist Daulat Jan Mathal

Gilgit court orders release of journalist Daulat Jan Mathal

  GILGIT: An Anti-Terrorism Court in Gilgit on Tuesday ordered release of incarcerated journalist D.J Mathal on bail. The court gave the verdict while hearing a bail plea. Mathal was arrested on 24th October 2016 in Gilgit, after he presented himself to the police. He was wanted in cases pertaining to ‘publication...

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Express News stages fake arrests in Hunza for “Grift” program, faces social media backlash  

Express News stages fake arrests in Hunza for “Grift” program, faces social media backlash  

HUNZA: Express Television’s criminal investigation program, Girift, staged fake arrests in Hunza to spice up its reporting. The program shows three officials of Hunza Police acting as a “suspicious” Afghan national, a taxi driver, and a drug peddler. The fake arrests are made in the presence of the Superintendent of...

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