Kashmir: World Community not playing due role to resolve Kashmir dispute – AJK President

President Azad Jammu and Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mehmood says international community and human rights organizations are not playing their due role to resolve the lingering Kashmir dispute. He was talking to a delegation of Kashmir community in Washington. The delegation included Dr. Ghulam Nabi Mir, Dr. Abdul Rauf, Dr. Akram Dar, Dr. Professor Imtiaz Khan […]

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Kashmir: Empowerment of women-folk govt’s first priority: AJK PM

Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan has said that empowerment of women-folk was the government’s first and foremost priority. He expressed these views during his visit to the Kamyab Khawateen Program Production Center in the State metropolis on Saturday. “Women’s representation in the government is showing better results”, the PM said […]

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No mountain expedition in GB this winter amid political unrest, visa delays

GILGIT: Mounting political uncertainty and visa delays poured frigid water on foreign adventurers’ plans to visit Gilgit-Baltistan this winter and attempt to scale some of the world’s highest mountains, and not a single foreign mountain expedition has arrived this season. High permit fees and the United States, Australia and Saudi Arabia cautioning their citizens against […]

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Kashmir: Protests in Gilgit Baltistan PaK rage over myriad issues

Gilgit-Baltistan: The locals and traders of Gilgit Baltistan (GB) in Pakistani adminstrated Kashmir (PaK) are holding protests against heavy taxation laws, illegal land occupation, and load shedding imposed by the regime in the province, Pakistan’s vernacular media outlet Baad-e-Shimal reported. The locals have raised concerns over the re-imposition of Gilgit Baltistan Revenue Tax 2022, which […]

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