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Tales from Paradise

Tales from Paradise

By Vaqar Ahmed It was a hot and humid June in Karachi. My wife had flown off to visit our children and other family in the US and Canada. I was home alone, mostly seeking refuge in an air-conditioned room and gazing at the proverbial navel. Anticipating this situation, I had...

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Diamer Police arrests two people involved in Babusar Road banditry

Diamer Police arrests two people involved in Babusar Road banditry

Gilgit: Diamer Police has announced detention of two people who are allegedly involved in banditry on the Babusar Road. The two suspects were brought in front of the media today, but their faces were covered with cloths. Last week bandits had looted six vehicles traveling between Gilgit-Baltistan and Naran, near Gitidas....

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Gilgit: Key govt officials pay rich tributes to the Aga Khan for his leadership and services

Gilgit: Key govt officials pay rich tributes to the Aga Khan for his leadership and services

Gilgit: Key officials of the Gilgit-Baltistan government and administration paid rich tributes to His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan for his leadership and services during an event, “Aaghaz-e-Jubilee”, held as part of the Diamond Jubilee commemoration. Members of the Shia Imami Ismaili sect of Islam are celebrating the 60th year  of...

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Prime Minister approves 32.5 MW Attabad Hydel Power Project at estimated cost of Rs.13 bn

Prime Minister approves 32.5 MW Attabad Hydel Power Project at estimated cost of Rs.13 bn

Islamabad: According to information shared by the Governor House, Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has approved construction of a 32.5 MW hydel power project at the dammed Hunza River, near Attabad. Governor Gilgit-Baltistan, Mir Ghazanfar Ali Khan, while confirming the news, has thanked the Prime Minister for fulfilling his promise...

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Activists call for banning fireworks in Shandur, keeping the plateau clean and green

Activists call for banning fireworks in Shandur, keeping the plateau clean and green

By: Abdul Wahid Khan Peshawar: Chitral Heritage and Environmental Protection Society (CHEPS) has been advocating for protecting the environment of the mountainous Chitral district, as well as other parts of the country.  Working with the motto of keeping Pakistan clean and green, CHEPS has done ‘more than 2,000 projects’ around...

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