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Gilgit, December 21(OurCorrespondent ):Ten people including five children and two women lost their lives in a road accident near Sher Qilla, Ghizer. The accident took place when a vehicle was going to Gahkuch from Gulapur and the car plugged into the Ghizer River near Sher Qilla.
Rescue team of FOCUS and community volunteers reach at the spot and shift the Causalities to hospital. DC Ghizar supervises all the rescue activities there.
Nine of the causalities belong to one family, only Haji Muhammad survive in the tragic accident.
five dead bodies have yet recovered from the Ghizar River. Mean while the rescue team are searching for the other five dead bodies.
According to the initial report received that the accident happened due to over load of passengers.
(S T): A college student was killed at chatorkhand,Gizher on19 December 2013,after a minor dispute during a cricket match.college student call for strike and blocked the road at chatorkhad against the murder of college student. Student back from strike after successful negotiation … Continue reading
(S T Islamabad): Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Syed Tariq Fatemi, has said development of the Pakistan-China Economic Corridor is a matter of high priority for both sides and the work on the projects is in full-swing, … Continue reading
GILGIT: The first ever Chinese language centre established in Gilgit by the Chinese government in collaboration with the Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B) education department will begin enrolling students from January.
Set up inside the Gilgit High School building, the initiative of the G-B Chinese Overseas Association is meant to broaden the human resource base between the two countries.
An official of the association, Abdul Rahman said: “In our meeting with [representatives of] the G-B education department, it was decided enrolment will begin from January. Those interested in learning Chinese will be offered admission in the centre.”
KABUL, Dec. 11:- China, Afghanistan, Pakistan agreed to enhance cooperation during the two-day third round of China- Afghanistan- Pakistan trilateral dialogue which concluded in Kabul on Tuesday, CCTV reported.
Chaired by Ambassador Sultan Ahmad Bahin, director general of 3rd Political Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan, Ambassador Luo Zhaohui, director general of Asian Affairs Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, and Muhammad Iftikhar Anjum, director general of Afghanistan Division in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan, the three sides agreed to cooperate and to maintain the security in Afghanistan and in the region. Continue reading
Karachi, December 09 (Sost Today): Last week Rehman Karim 23, from Chipursan Gojal gave his mother Murana Begum 49 a gift of life, when he donates his kidney to his mother at Sind Institute of Urology and Transplantation SIUT, Karachi.
Murana Begum was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, when she was admitted in Aga Khan University Hospital in 2011. Doctors prescribed medicines for her recovery. Last month she was again admitted at AKUH, where she was diagnosed with Kidney failur.
Latter on Murana was shifted to SIUT. After successful transplantation of her Kidney, she is back to home.
For as long as Rehman Karim can remember, he has made his mother proud. His gift for his mother goes beyond the typical gifts.
The World Wide Fund for Nature is calling for governments to step forward and make significant progress in producing a new global climate agreement in 2015.
The organization pointed out that there are only a few days left for world leaders to produce a new global climate agreement in 2015, noting that governments should make every day count.
WWF’s urge for progress was made ahead of the United Nations climate talks in Warsaw, Poland, which will start on Monday.