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NAB files corruption references against 6 GB forest officials

    NAB files corruption references against 6 GB forest officials

HAH Correspondent GILGIT: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has filed separate references against the officials of Gilgit-Baltistan Forest Department for violating the timber policy and inflicting Rs156 million losses to the national

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Need for a collective struggle to counter land grabbing in GB stressed

    Need for a collective struggle to counter land grabbing in GB stressed

Ehtisham Khan Karachi NSF-GB, Sindh Zone, organizes the 29th study circle at Karachi to discuss impact of mega projects on people, environment and ecosystem of GB        

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Challenges of water security in Central Asia

  HAH Report The notion of water security in Central Asia has evolved throughout the years in an attempt to control an extensive transboundary river network which divides the region

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An open debate

Amir Hussain In an era of plummeting optimism for peace and prosperity, the prospects of a better life begin to vanish from the popular memory. This is bound to happen

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From the Great Game to the game-changer

  From the Great Game to the game-changer

Aziz Ali Dad Gilgit-Baltistan has historically remained at the peripheries of the power centres of Central Asia and South Asia.

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Work on Gilgit-Skardu Expressway kicks off; delay causes cost escalation by Rs11billion 

  Work on Gilgit-Skardu Expressway kicks off; delay causes cost escalation by Rs11billion 

News Desk The reconstruction and widening of Gilgit-Skardu Expressway have been started after a delay of seven years, escalating its

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BRICS: Text of the Xiamen Declaration

We, the Leaders of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Russian Federation, the Republic of India, the People’s Republic of

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Best way to tackle climate change

  Best way to tackle climate change

Fakhra Muneeb   Climate change has become the biggest challenge for the world. But the populated South Asia countries such

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Pakistan’s population tops 207m, says provisional census results

Islamabad, Aug 25: Pakistan’s population has surged by more than half to 207 million, according to provisional results of the country’s

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Footprints: northern areas’ dilemma

  Footprints: northern areas’ dilemma

PASSU: Sitting on a small hill along the Karakoram Highway (KKH) in Passu, Hunza, the Glacier Breeze café is famous

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