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KKH Re-Alignment: 94% work on the project completed so far, remaining to be completed by Sep. 25 this year

KKH Re-Alignment: 94% work on the project completed so far, remaining to be completed by Sep. 25 this year

The project included realignment of the road, construction of 5 tunnels with total length of 7.12 km, 78 culverts and 2 bridges. The total contract amount was 275.06 million US dollar. The  achieved progress on this project is 4% ahead of the scheduled progress. Asghar Khan & Zulfiqar Ali Khan...

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Top 12 photographs of the Khʉnžrav National Park through which Pak-China Economic Corridor will pass

Top 12 photographs of the Khʉnžrav National Park through which Pak-China Economic Corridor will pass

Khʉnžrav, misspelled in official documents as Khunjerab, National Park is a picturesque  piece of land located at the border of Pakistan and China. The Ẓ̌ in the name Khʉnžrav is pronounced as ژ in ژالہ باری, the Urdu term for hailstorm. In Wakhi, the local language, Khʉnžrav means the “Stream of Blood”....

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NOMUS held a career guidance session for students in Hunza

NOMUS held a career guidance session for students in Hunza

Gilgit, September 20: Education and Career Planning have an important linkage in studentship for many years in Pakistan, and the irony of it continues as witnessed in the 21st century. Students in developing countries like Pakistan struggle in making connection between personal interests, selection of the right curriculum matching their...

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GECA organized two-day cultural event in Rawalpindi

GECA organized two-day cultural event in Rawalpindi

Photographs: Javed Karim Islamabad, January 20: Gojal Educational and Cultural Association (GECA) organized a two-day cultural event for people based in the twin cities. The event was attended by men and women in large numbers. Dance, music, skits and different other cultural and educational items were performed during the two-day...

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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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