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“Help your self”-people of Gilgit Baltistan

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By Amjad Ali   This is evident and an experienced truth about Pakistan particularly about GB, those who garbed the power by the vote of public have ultimately forgotten the promises made to the public. It has also been witnessed that once in power; they not just forget their commitments but also abuse people by the same power. For last ...

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Health facilities in Tehsil Gojal-A huge dilemma

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Tariq Rahim Baig Tehsil Gojal located at the upper most part of Gilgit Baltistan with a population of about 25,000 tenants, has its importance through the Pak China trade route. Tehsil Gojal has its border meeting China through Khunjerab Pass and other connecting Afghanistan in Chipurson Valley.  Tehsil Gojal being the largest tehsil in GB has been neglected by the ...

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Rubina hailing from Chitral achieves the Nelson Mandela Award for Human Rights

By Qasim Ali: (Chitral) Rubina Aziz hailing from Mastuj, Upper Chitral is awarded with the first Nelson Mandela Human Rights Award. This special award is initiated by the Centre for Human Rights Education to encourage those young leaders from the societies all over Pakistan who struggle for the oppressed parts of the society. Rubina got the award in Multan during ...

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Ibrahim Khalil

By Masood Ali Khan A Teacher, Mentor and a committed Educationist  – These words and few lines are not enough to appreciate the service of a true teacher, mentor and educationist but his work for the area depicts his efforts and contributions. Ibrahim Khan Khalil hailing from Gulmit Gojal Hunza, served the Government Education Department of Gilgit-Baltistan for almost 28 ...

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Big brand theory: packaging design

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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BIG GAME

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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Deal of the week: Certified Adobe training

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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How to use CSS specificity

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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Amina and Ifrah Wali – The Skiing Sisters from Gilgit-Baltistan

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By Bibi Marjan Amina and Ifrah Wali (born to Pakistan Army Office Amjad Wali in Ghizer Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan) are Pakistani alpine skiers, who started their career in skiing at very young ages at the Army High Altitude School, Rattu, Astore, while their father was posted there. At that time, Amina and Ifrah were aged four and three years respectively. From ...

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An introduction to Edge Reflow

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IT is the name that never was – and most would agree better for it. Natalie Massenet has revealed that she initially wanted to call Net-A-Porter “What’s New Pussycat?” When the entrepreneur – and BFC chairman – first started out, she was riding the crest of the Pashmina trend wave, selling her friend’s imported scarves online. As the business grew ...

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