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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 United Kingdom, France, Norway, Austria, Finland and Greece etc., from

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Impediments to philosophy

    Impediments to philosophy

Aziz Ali Dad The 20th century was unique because of the drastic changes and ruptures it witnessed in every sphere of life, including knowledge. It seems that during the last

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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 published. Authored by renowned Kyrgyz folklorist and ethnographer Dr Sulaiman

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Russo-Polish mountaineer attempts death or glory solo climb up K2

    Russo-Polish mountaineer attempts death or glory solo climb up K2

HAH Special ISLAMABAD (Feb 26): A Russian-Polish mountaineer has launched the first solo attempt to summit K2 — the world’s second-highest peak — during winter, in what fellow climbers described as

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Study finds new superbug typhoid strain behind Pakistan outbreak

    Study finds new superbug typhoid strain behind Pakistan outbreak

LONDON An outbreak of typhoid fever in Pakistan is being caused by an extensively drug-resistant “superbug” strain, a sign that

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Dying young in Pakistan, where babies face the highest risk

    Dying young in Pakistan, where babies face the highest risk

High Asia Herald Report ISLAMABAD In the neonatal intensive care department of an Islamabad hospital, scrawny infants struggle for survival

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Crossroads of the Silk Route

    Crossroads of the Silk Route

M. Saleem Beg Leh, the capital of Ladakh and the first major town as one descends from the Tibetan plateau

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Canada should take moral leadership for peacekeeping through pluralist discourse

By Fayyaz Baqir The new millennium has brought new hopes and challenges for the global community. The end of cold

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Setting up special force for protection of CPEC in GB approved

Correspondent GILGIT, Oct 6: The federal government has approved the establishment of a special protection unit (SPU) in Gilgit-Baltistan for

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Slain Indian journalist and Pakistani peace activist share award

MUMBAI, Oct 5: Two fearless Asian women who have risked their lives campaigning against religious extremism — one of whom

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