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Hunza youth protest resource grabbing move, call for cancelation of ‘fake’ mining lease of a private firm

Nusrat Hussain and Ali Ahmed Jan Islamabad Activists and youth from Gilgit-Baltistan residing in twin cities of Islamabad-Rawalpindi held a protest demo outside National Press club Islamabad on Sunday (Sept

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A dam, but no plan

    A dam, but no plan

By Catriona Luke Once again the Diamer-Bhasha dam, 40 kilometers downstream of Chilas, is on the agenda for development. It would be a catastrophe for the region, which could include

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Twenty-five years of conserving biodiversity in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya regions

    Twenty-five years of conserving biodiversity in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya regions

Janita Gurung & Pradyumna J.B. Rana The 25 years after Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) ratification have seen many successes in conserving biodiversity in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya regions. Given new

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Twenty-five years of conserving biodiversity in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya regions

Janita Gurung & Pradyumna J.B. Rana Twenty-five years after the ratification of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), we have seen many successes in conserving biodiversity in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya regions. Given

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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

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Hunza snow avalanche: Hope fades for three missing youth  

    Hunza snow avalanche: Hope fades for three missing youth  

Special Correspondent HUNZA, April 11: Hopes fading for the survival of three young tourists who were buried under the debris

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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

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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

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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

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As terror attacks recede, tourism in Pakistan starts to thrive

    As terror attacks recede, tourism in Pakistan starts to thrive

By  Chris Kay After a bone-jarring mountain journey, Alan Cameron surveys the snow-capped peaks of Pakistan’s north near the Saiful

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