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PML-Q discuss formation of grand alliance against PML-N in Gilgit-Baltistan


By Irfan Munna: An opposition coalition is in the offing as the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Majlis Wehdat-ul-Muslimeen (MWM), Awami Tehreek and the Pakistan Muslim League – Quaid (PML-Q) discussed the formation of a grand alliance against the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) in Gilgit-Baltistan. Mirza Hussain, Bashir Ahmed Khan and Amna Ansari have presented the formation of the grand ...

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Gojal: Trophy hunting of himalayan ibex at KVO cnservancy area


By Irfan Munna: A Swedish national Mr. Lars Anton Dahlgren hunted a Himalayan ibex on 5th January 2015. It is been the first hunt of the year 2015 at the khunjrav village organization (KVO) conservation area. According to Mr. Sultan Gohar, who is the resident of Moorkhun village Mr. Dahlgren hunted 42 inches trophy size ibex. Recently Mr. Zahoor hussain ...

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Caretaker chief minister emphasis on merit-based recruitment


By Irfan Munna: The caretaker chief minister of Gilgit-Baltistan Mr. Shah Jahan Mir recommends for the government jobs purely on merit, without any discrimination. He said that all the candidates should pass through a transparent process for the credible positions. He further said that the recruitment activities of the government positions should be including facts and figures of various examinations ...

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Assassination attempt against Governor Gilgit-Baltistan

Governor Gilgit baltistan

By Irfan Munna: Governor Gilgit Baltistan Pir Karam Ali Shah narrowly avoids assassination attempt after bomb found by the police along route to home at Ashkoman area, police have said. The bomb was planted along the general’s route to Ashkoman area of the Ghizar district where he has been staying to his home in the Ghizar District, a GB police ...

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20 hours of load shedding as electricity shortfall in Gilgit-Baltistan

Load Shading in Gilgit-Baltistan

By Irfan Munna: The power shortfall in all over the region of Gilgit-Baltistan has exceeded and load shedding has risen to at least 20 hours a day. Gilgit City and Ghizar district have been especially subjected to prolonged and unscheduled electricity load shedding varying between 18 to 20 hours a day. People of skardu and hunza are also facing huge ...

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Do such things that you will always be remembered


(By Kasmalo Pamiri) Some people will be always remembered due to the voluntary services rendered throughout their lives for the standardization of societies. These people scarify their lives in one or another way to strengthen the community. These people are remembered as legends in the societies. Late, Mr. Zafar Ullah Baig, a legendary traditional science practitioner belonging to Gulmit village ...

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Government will establish a girl’s hostel at Gulmit Gojal Hunza


By Qasim Ali: The government of Gilgit-Baltistan is going to establish a girl’s hostel at Gulmit village to facilitate the female students of the surrounding villages of the Gojal valley. This hostel will serve students of the government girls’ school and the government girls’ higher secondary school who come for far flung areas of the valley. The approval of the ...

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Cold intensity increases in Gilgit Baltistan


By Irfan Munna: Cold intensity has again greater than before in Gilgit Baltistan after snowfall on mountains, on other hand climate variations are prolong crossways the globe. Cold power also increased in Hunza, Gojal, and Skardu, areas of Diamir, Astore and in Gazar after snow falling on the mountains. The store keeper has another time increased prices of wood in ...

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Authorities decide to use USAID Aqua Ambulance as regular ferry across Attabad Lake

usaid aqua ambulance for attabad lake

News Desk Authorities have finally decided to facilitate mobility of the disaster-hit people of Gojal Valley and other travellers by letting them use the USAID donated Aqua Ambulances as regular ferry through the Attabad Lake. The Deputy Commissioner of Hunza-Nagar Imran Sultan issued directives in this regard, after which the local administration promptly started the service. Mr. Sultan also visited ...

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Gojal: Crakes widening in an area of Moorkhun village


By Irfan Munna: One of the new developments is giving rise to fears of an imminent disaster as crakes widening in an area of Moorkhun village.  Failure of the slopes is expected to block the Gojal River, drowning many adjacent settlements in its wake. A geological team survey is been mandatory to visit the location to study the widening of ...

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