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[Pictorial] Traveling through the frozen Hunza River

[Pictorial] Traveling through the frozen Hunza River

The Hunza River has been dammed since the 4th of January 2010. People living upstream of the blockade are forced to travel in open and unsafe boats to reach markets, hospitals and other facilities located in central parts of Hunza or further south in Gilgit and beyond. Our senior correspondent...

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Pervez Ashraf reaching Gilgit today, will inaugurate KKH realignment work

Pervez Ashraf reaching Gilgit today, will inaugurate KKH realignment work

Asim Iqbal & Our Correspondent  Gilgit, September 28: Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf will pay one day visit to Gilgit Baltistan today.It is his first visit to the region.PM wil perform the ground breaking of an 282 million dollar project for the re-alignment of 25 km long section of Karakoram Hihgway.The new road...

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Attabad: Passengers injured due to a blast

Attabad: Passengers injured due to a blast

Our Correspondent Attabad, July 17: As many as 16 boat passengers, including 4 foreigners (3 Koreans, 1 Japanese), 6 traders from Punjab, 4 MBBS students from Punjab and 2 boat operators, have been injured as a result of a blast carried out by FWO at around 09:30pm during construction of...

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Sost: Work resumed at Dry Port to facilitate CRBC

Sost: Work resumed at Dry Port to facilitate CRBC

Our Correspondent Sost, May 31: National Highways Authority and Chinese Roads and Bridges Corporation (CRBC) have successfully negotiated with officials of the Importers and Exporters Association to conditionally open the Sost Dry Port for business today. It has been agreed that the port will only be opened for clearing the...

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20 million rupees released for students affected by Attabad landslide and damming of Hunza River

20 million rupees released for students affected by Attabad landslide and damming of Hunza River

Our Correspondent Gilgit, May 25: The government has released 20 million rupees more for supporting the students affected by the Attabad Landslide and damming of the Hunza River. Cheques were distributed today among principals and headmasters of different schools located in GB, for payment of the fees of affected students....

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