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Down the slope: Turn right, turn left, repeat as necessary

Down the slope: Turn right, turn left, repeat as necessary

Skiing in Pakistan has been in vogue for quite a while. Neighbourhood inhabitants of cold uneven landscape of the northern parts of Pakistan utilized extemporized wooden skis to drive in winters. By Samiya Rafiq The first ever-National Youth Skiing Camp was recently organized by Mirza Ali, the founding president of Pakistan...

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Chehlum: Hunza-Nagar district declared sensitive

Chehlum: Hunza-Nagar district declared sensitive

Gilgit, December 11: The Home Department of Gilgit-Baltistan has declared Hunza-Nagar district as sensitive for the occasion of Imam Hussain’s Chehlum and decided to deploy police personnel, army and paramilitary forces to control law and order. The district administration of Hunza-Nagar has chalked out a comprehensive plan and imposed 144...

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President Mamnoon reached Gilgit on a two-day visit, met Governor and CM

President Mamnoon reached Gilgit on a two-day visit, met Governor and CM

Gilgit, October 21: Governor Gilgit-Baltistan Syed Pir Karam Ali Shah and Chief Minister Syed Mehdi Shah separately called on the President of Pakistan today here in Gilgit. During the meeting issues related to regional development, power projects, economic corridor and law and order were discussed. The president has arrived in...

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Pictorial – Wonderful sights on the way to the Khunjerab top

Pictorial – Wonderful sights on the way to the Khunjerab top

PT Report | Photographs: Farman Karim Baig  Gilgit, October 18: Pamir Times correspondent Farman Karim Baig recently traveled to the Khunjerab (locally spelled as Khuzhrav) National Park, along with a group of journalists and businessmen. He has taken some wonderful shots of important sights along the way. Khunjerab is the border...

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Snowfall: Hundreds of nomads stranded at Deosai heights, majority rescued

Snowfall: Hundreds of nomads stranded at Deosai heights, majority rescued

With reporting by Subhan Suhail  Astore, September 6: More than 174 nomads, who live in the plains during summers rearing sheep and goats, remain stuck at the Deosai since yesterday due to heavy snowfall. More than 250 have been rescued by the district administration with the help of local people. The...

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