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UN rights watchdog for an end to misuse of ATA against political activists in GB

HAH Special Islamabad:  Amid strong protests from the indigenous people over the much-touted Gilgit-Baltistan Order 2018 that was unveiled by former Prime Minister in the Gilgit-Baltistan Assembly last month, a UN

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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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Pakistanis distressed as Uighur wives vanish in China dragnet

    Pakistanis distressed as Uighur wives vanish in China dragnet

By Gohar Abbas with Ben Dooley ISLAMABAD/BEIJING: Every autumn on the mountainous Karakoram Highway, part of the ancient Silk Road, groups of Pakistani merchants living in China’s far west would wave

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Evil Eighties

    Evil Eighties

Salman Tarik Kureshi “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in the final sense, a

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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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Nine-year-old Selena, the youngest girl to scale peak in Shimshal  

News Desk ISLAMABAD: A nine-year-old girl has become the youngest climber to scale the 5,765-meter (18914 feet) high Quz Sar Peak

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Harnessing GB’s tourism potential

    Harnessing GB’s tourism potential

By Zameer Abbas Pakistan has started issuing on-arrival visas to tourists from 24 countries, notably the United States, China, the

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Two books on the oral tradition of the Pamiri Kyrgyz launched

    Two books on the oral tradition of the Pamiri Kyrgyz launched

HAH Report Islamabad (Feb 27): Two books on the oral tradition of Pamiri Kyrgyz people living in Turkey have been

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Twin cities’ police harass GB students on frivolous charges

    Twin cities’ police harass GB students on frivolous charges

Ali Ahmed Jan & Asif Sakhi Islamabad Police in Pakistan has gained notoriety for their misuse of authority, corrupt practices,

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