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Pakistan at 70

    Pakistan at 70

Najam Sethi   As #Pakistan turns 70, the cry for “change” becomes ever more shrill and violent. On the surface, it is an angry rally for an end to “corruption”

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Sarfa Ranga Cold Desert Jeep Rally in Shigar on 20th

    Sarfa Ranga Cold Desert Jeep Rally in Shigar on 20th

HAH Correspondent SKARDU, Aug 14: All is set for highest cold desert jeep rally being held this week. About 200 drivers from abroad, Pakistan and locals will participate in the

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Investing in climate change

Amir Hussain Terms such as ‘the environment’ and ‘climate change’ are used interchangeably in development parlance and policy discourses in Pakistan. However, both terms denote entirely different concepts, not only

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Social media activist arrested from Hunza

    Social media activist arrested from Hunza

HAH Correspondent   HUNZA, Aug 8: A social media activist has been detained by the Hunza District police, The High Asia Herald has learnt through credible sources. According to the

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Speakers for gender inclusive policy, action plans to respond to climate change impacts on GB’s agri-economy

    Speakers for gender inclusive policy, action plans to respond to climate change impacts on GB’s agri-economy

Special Correspondent ISLAMABAD, Aug 7: The people of mountain regions like #Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) are bearing the brunt of the climate

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‘The times are a changing’ in Pakistan

    ‘The times are a changing’ in Pakistan

Tariq Masood Malik The bad bleeds. And that which bleeds — unless plugged — leads in the news business. Plugging

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Traders observe shutter-down strike in Gahkuch against load-shedding

    Traders observe shutter-down strike in Gahkuch against load-shedding

Noor Akbar Gohar GAHKUCH (Ghizer District), July 13: Complete shutter-down strike was observed by traders here on Thursday against frequent

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The Sectarian Spectre in Gilgit-Baltistan: Part-II

Aziz Ali Dad Though there was no serious confrontation between different sects in Gilgit-Baltistan during the British period, there were

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Exploiting Religion Is Key To The Ruling Class’s Power

    Exploiting Religion Is Key To The Ruling Class’s Power

By manipulating religion, Pakistan’s ruling elite stifles the freedoms of speech and expression and leave no space for progressive thinking,

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