GILGIT, June 23: Ten foreign climbers and a Pakistani guide and cook were killed as gunmen wearing the uniform of paramilitary Gilgit-Baltistan Scouts stormed into the base camp of Nanga Parbat, one of the world’s highest mountains, in
Published24 Jun, 201301:10am
GILGIT, Sept 28: On his first official visit to Gilgit-Baltistan, Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf launched on Friday two multi-million-dollar projects involving realignment and upgradation of the Karakoram Highway.
Published28 Sep, 201210:02pm
CHILAS, April 16: A grand jirga of Diamer district agreed on Monday to hand over to authorities the people who are wanted to the police for their alleged involvement in the killing on April 3 of 10 passengers near Bonar Das
Published16 Apr, 201210:15pm
GILGIT, April 4: The deployment of troops to Gilgit brought only a surface calm to the city on Wednesday as the death toll climbed up and violence spread further to adjacent areas and beyond.
Published04 Apr, 201211:02pm
GILGIT, April 3: A bout of violence claimed 14 lives and left over 50 people injured in Gilgit and nearby Chilas before a curfew was imposed in the region’s capital on Tuesday.
Published04 Apr, 201212:08am
GILGIT, March 10: Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said the alleged perpetrators of the target killing of 16 bus passengers in Kohistan district late last month have been traced through frequency of their cellphones
Published10 Mar, 201208:36pm
GILGIT, Feb 29: Federal Minister for Interior Rehman Malik said here on Wednesday that perpetrators of Kohistan killing were traced down and soon they would be produced before the nation.
Published01 Mar, 201212:42am