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New York Times

Arson Spree at Schools Stokes Suspicions of Pakistani Forces
New York Times
They soon learned that it was one of 14 schools, most of them for girls, set ablaze on the same night, over just an hour in Gilgit-Baltistan, a mountainous territory stretching across northern Pakistan. Once again, it seemed girls' education in ...

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The Guardian

Pakistan criticises China over treatment of ethnic Muslims
The Guardian
In March, lawmakers in the northern territory of Gilgit-Baltistan, part of the $62bn China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, demanded Chinese authorities release 50 Uighur women married to Pakistani men who had been detained in Xinjiang on vague terrorism ...
Religious affairs minister discusses treatment of Xinjiang Muslims with Chinese envoy - World - DAWN.COMDawn
Chinese official says China is educating, not mistreating, MuslimsReuters
Pakistan asks China to soften restrictions on MuslimsThe Nation
Reuters -The Nation
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The Express Tribune

Hashoo Group to open five-star hotels in Gilgit-Baltistan
The Express Tribune
“Improved security situation and better road connectivity in northern areas has given us an opportunity to expand,” Hashoo Group COO Hasseb A Gardezi told The Express Tribune. Improved inter-city travel, especially in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, and people's ...
Hashoo Group to Open three five-star hotels in Gilgit-BaltistanRS-Tech (blog)

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OpIndia

Indian Express refers to Gilgit-Baltistan as 'Northern Pakistan' in its article
OpIndia
Recently, 14 schools, mostly for girls were burnt down in Gilgit Baltistan. The residents and must of the world is suspecting Pakistan Army's hand in the brutality considering it is also the area that CPEC, the China Pakistan Economic Corridor, runs ...

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FEATURE-In Pakistan, a high mountain water pipe brings a bonus: peace
Reuters
The pipeline, sunk three feet into the ground, uses gravity to carry water six kilometres (3.7 miles) from the heights of the Karakoram Mountains in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan's northern-most region. It feeds into a 30,000-litre (8,000-gallon) storage ...


In Pakistan, a high mountain water pipe brings a bonus: peace
ReliefWeb
The pipeline, sunk three feet into the ground, uses gravity to carry water six kilometres (3.7 miles) from the heights of the Karakoram Mountains in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan's northern-most region. It feeds into a 30,000-litre (8,000-gallon) storage ...

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ARY NEWS

In Pakistan, a high mountain water pipe brings peace with water
ARY NEWS
The pipeline, sunk three feet into the ground, uses gravity to carry water six kilometres (3.7 miles) from the heights of the Karakoram Mountains in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan's northern-most region. It feeds into a 30,000-litre (8,000-gallon) storage ...
In GB, a high mountain water pipe brings peace along with spring waterGeo News

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Fox News

Iran, in shadow proxy war with Saudis, expands its Pakistan influence
Fox News
Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), situated in the northernmost part of Pakistan, shares its borders with China to the north, India to the east and Afghanistan and Central Asian states to the west. Previously called the “Northern Areas,” it has exercised semi ...


Daily Times

Geography in schools before dams on rivers
Daily Times
Nevertheless, I was somewhat depressed by the reasoning thrown at me against my modest propositions that dams are a high risk proposition in seismically active zones; that Gilgit Baltistan is a highly active seismic zone; that Pakistani engineers are ...

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