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Seven photographs depicting the sufferings of the earthquake victims due to snowfall in Chitral and Ghizar (GB)

Seven photographs depicting the sufferings of the earthquake victims due to snowfall in Chitral and Ghizar (GB)

Snowfall in the mountainous areas of Gilgt-Baltistan and Chitral is adding to the miseries of the earthquake affected people, who have lost their houses, belongings, cattle pans, and stored grains and firewood. The government has provided single-file tents to the affected people, which offers little or no resistance against the...

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Chitrali delegation visits Hunza

Chitrali delegation visits Hunza

Hunza: A delegation of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provincial government visited Altit Fort and Attaba Lake in Hunza. The day trip was organized by the officials of Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Department as part of the process to harmonies the issue of Shandur Polo festival. The delegation was comprised of Bibi Fozia MPA,...

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AKRSP announces training in Clinical Laboratory  at AKU

AKRSP announces training in Clinical Laboratory at AKU

via GBCYouth Portal  The Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP), under its Enhancing Employability & Leadership for Youth (EELY),  has announced a training programme in laboratories for qualified youth of Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral in collaboration of Aga Khan University Hospital.  1- TRAINEE TECHNOLOGIST – CLINICAL LABORATORY Trainees will undergo a one-year...

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Pakistan confronts the curse of potato success

Pakistan confronts the curse of potato success

Aamir Saeed Two years ago, as increasingly extreme weather battered his wheat crop, the 34-year-old mountain farmer turned to growing potatoes, an experimental crop in the area. The switch was a huge success. His usual harvest of 10 tonnes of wheat and animal fodder per hectare soared to 55 tonnes,...

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Chitral: Water level in the landslide lake continues rising, people move to safer areas

Chitral: Water level in the landslide lake continues rising, people move to safer areas

Reporting by Gul Hammad Farooqi  Chitral, March 4: The lake formed yesterday due to a major landslide atReshun village continued rising and inundating land in the upstream village.Shazia Bahadur, a local resident, told our correspondent that the water is continuously moving towards their village and if a solution is not...

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