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Over 50m at risk of arsenic poisoning in Indus Valley

    Over 50m at risk of arsenic poisoning in Indus Valley

News Desk About 50 million people are at risk of arsenic poisoning from contaminated groundwater in Pakistan’s Indus Valley, far more than previously thought, according to a new study. Pakistan

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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 for its delicious apricot cake. The only thing that beats

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Speakers for revival, reforms of customary laws to protect local people, nature

    Speakers for revival, reforms of customary laws to protect local people, nature

Special Correspondent GILGIT, Aug 20: Customary laws and indigenous knowledge have played a crucial role in the sustainable development of livelihood of local communities and managing their natural resources. However,

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Janam Din Mubarak Gulzar saab – the legendary Oscar-winning poet, lyricist and director

    Janam Din Mubarak Gulzar saab – the legendary Oscar-winning poet, lyricist and director

By Waseem Altaf As you travel from Rawalpindi to Jhelum on the #GT #Road, you pass through Dina, a small town at a distance of 92 kilometres from #Rawalpindi. On

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Hitting the heights

  Hitting the heights

Text and Photos by Iram Ramzan A 23-hour coach journey from Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan to the mountainous regions

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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

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Minimarg: Finding magic near the Line of Control

  Minimarg: Finding magic near the Line of Control

After a strenuous hike that lasted for an hour, I came to a grinding halt. I had only covered a

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Sparing the rod

  Sparing the rod

Prohibiting corporal punishment remains a distant dream In November last year, an 8th grader Ahmad Hussain was paralysed due to

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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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Cosmic curves: On forgetting the sublime Sadequain

  Cosmic curves: On forgetting the sublime Sadequain

Farman Ali There is one right answer to a question. One solution to a problem. And one angle to looking

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