Imtiaz Ali Taj
Directs all federal agencies to provide "full support" to the Gilgit-Baltistan government.
Footage shows rampaging floodwater tearing apart the bridge; climate change minister warns GB and KP remain vulnerable
In another accident in Nagar district, at least 20 mourners were injured when a landslide hit their vehicle.
GB's tourism minister says Czech climbers were denied NOCs and had not paid a variety of fees but still pursued the trek.
Nagar's DC says food and supplies have been delivered to the trio, Sajid Ali Sadpara's services acquired for rescue mission.
Several tourists and villagers marooned as rains continue to lash Gilgit-Baltistan for fourth consecutive day.
Angora wool, made from Angora rabbit’s fur, will be used for weaving shawls, increasing the production of wool products in GB.
Government to pay Rs3 million to Sadpara's widow, besides giving training and a job to the climber's son.
PM, president, army chief and foreign minister condemn Indian oppression, express Pakistan's "unflinching" support for Kashmiris.
Inauguration ceremonies held in all provinces and units of the country as frontline health workers start getting Sinopharm jabs.
Dozens of mountaineers have been competing over the past few weeks to summit the world's second highest mountain.
PPP and PML-N — both of which have levelled allegations of rigging — won three and two seats respectively.
Gilgit SSP says violence started after a clash between protesters and law enforcement personnel.
Unconfirmed results trickle in from different parts of the region.
PPP's GB chapter president says top court's order does not apply to federal ministers and office holders.
"We will prove that police and paramilitary forces have full capability to help with conducting the elections," says Mir Afzal.
Gilgit-Baltistan caretaker chief minister has sought a report from the IG on the incident.
Some provinces point to a lack of testing kits and labs, others blame a lack of public cooperation for low testing.
Pakistan confirms first death of doctor on virus front-lines as toll rises to 5.
GB CM's media coordinator says the GB govt spokesperson released news of the death "without verification".