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Use of ICT in government departments is inevitable

Use of ICT in government departments is inevitable

  Abdullah Khan Dero The concept of paperless offices and e-governance expediting official processes for correspondence and record keeping has stepped ahead using speech-text-speech converting protocols through speech recognition and synthesizers. Technology is being used to connect to the neurological organs of a human being to read their thoughts as...

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6th season of GPL kicks off in Gojal Valley, Hunza

6th season of GPL kicks off in Gojal Valley, Hunza

  GULMIT: The 6th season of Gumit Premier League (GPL) has stared in Gojal Valley, Hunza, attracting large number of spectators from across the region. A colorful opening ceremony was held in Gulmit. 16 teams are competing for the title. Here are photographs of the opening ceremony: Gulmit Premier League...

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Classes start at KIU’s Ghizer Campus

Classes start at KIU’s Ghizer Campus

GIlGIT: (PR) First academic session of KIU Ghizer Campus has started at Hatoon, District Ghizer. An informal inaugural ceremony was held to commemorate the first academic session. Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Attaullah Shah, Deputy Commissioner Ghizir Mr. Shuja Alam, Deans Prof. Khalil Ahmed, Prof. Muhammad Ramzan, Dr. Manzoor Ali, Registrar Dr. Abdul...

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Baba Jan’s mother, supporters, protest as Chief Justice Saqib Nisar reaches Hunza

Baba Jan’s mother, supporters, protest as Chief Justice Saqib Nisar reaches Hunza

  HUNZA: The mother and family members of Baba Jan, incarcerated progressive leader, staged a protest demonstration in Nasirabad village of Hunza as the motorcade of Chief Justice Saqib Nisar reached the valley on a sight-seeing visit. On seeing the women, and children, with placards standing on the sides of...

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Protest demonstration held against victimization of rights activists in Gilgit-Baltistan

Protest demonstration held against victimization of rights activists in Gilgit-Baltistan

  GAHKUCH: Protesters in Gahkuch, headquarters of the Ghizer District, condemned the usage of Anti-Terrorism laws to harass and intimidate rights activists in the Gilgit-Baltistan region. The protesters said that bureaucrats and politicians in GB are putting peaceful, dissenting, activists on schedule 4 of the Anti-Terrorism Act and trying to...

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