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Pakistan, India report progress on key pipeline [DAWN]

Pakistan, India report progress on key pipeline [DAWN]

NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan said Wednesday they were closer to an agreement on a pipeline to import gas from Turkmenistan that would signal a further warming of economic ties between the traditional rivals. Turkmenistan has the world’s fourth-largest gas reserves and energy-hungry India and Pakistan are both eager to...

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2011: Pakistan IT industry’s golden year [Express Tribune]

2011: Pakistan IT industry’s golden year [Express Tribune]

The year 2011 saw a number of positive developments in Pakistan’s Information and Technology (IT) industry, from app development to global recognition and a series of awards. HIGHLIGHTS Pakistan Fast Growth 25 In a first for the IT industry, the Pakistan Fast Growth 25, a ranking of fast growth companies,...

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Chopper crisis ends, Pak frees Indian crew

ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI, 23 OCT: An Indian Army helicopter strayed into Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) today and was forced by Pakistani military to land there but the crisis was quickly defused and the chopper carrying four Army personnel returned safely to Kargil. Indian Army sources said there was no deliberate intrusion by...

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[Pictorial] Diamer defeats Gilgit in final match of Rama Polo Festival

Photography by: Fazal Karim Highlights Diamir defeated Gilgit 7 – 5 in final match of the Rama Polo Festival Semi finalists were teams from Hunza – Nagar and Gilgit, Skardu and Diamer Chief Minister and Tourism Advisor watched the final match The festival was organized by Tourism Department and District...

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NATCO bus faces accident near Chilas, drivers and passengers sustain injuries

Special Correspondent  Chilas, Sep 10: A Gilgit bound bus, bearing number plate GLTA 1589, of NATCO Gilgit – Baltistan faced an accident due to brake-failure near Chilas. Some people, including the driver, were injured in the accident and they have been shifted to hosptials, where they are reportedly out of...

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