Daily Archives: June 18, 2008

Something unusual: The SCO Passu Exchange.

Translated by Zulfiqar Ali Khan On way to Shimshal, we had to change the van. We waited outside the town ,where we saw only a couple of cabins. After some times, Robert, a Briton with whom now I am travelling, … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Gilgit - Baltistan | Tagged | 2 Comments

Admissions, Scholarships and more

By Rahim Nazar The Aga Khan Education Services, Pakistan, has released its latest document about admission and other opportunities existing inside Pakistan. Click on the link below to open the PDF file. https://pamirtimes.files.wordpress.com/2008/06/june_2008_-_week_4.pdf <<<<<<&lt; Click to open  

Rate this:

Posted in Gilgit - Baltistan | Tagged | Leave a comment

Artisans at work in a vocational training center in Reshit, Chipurson

Photo by: Nahida Karim & Najma Farman, June 17, 2008

Rate this:

Posted in Gilgit - Baltistan | Tagged | 2 Comments

Shandur Polo Festival 2008

by Asghar Khan Gilgit, June 19: Shandur Polo festival will be held from July 7 – 9, 2008. Telenor Pakistan has sponsored  the most exciting polo tournament of the region. The three day polo tournament, organized by Gilgit and Chitral … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Gilgit - Baltistan, Sports | Tagged , | Leave a comment

GOJAL (UPPER-HUNZA) DESERVES INTERNET

By Sharif Khan (PDCN – GILGIT)  Internet, a discovery of modern science and technology, has revolutionized the world like never before. Today internet has made shrunk the scattered world into a global village. Students, businessman, engineers, doctors, journalist and even … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Gilgit - Baltistan | Tagged | 11 Comments

Shimshal and Lupgar Valley

 Impressive panorama from Gar-e-Sar A travel account posted by a tourist on a travel blog,  June 17, 2008 Shimshal is a very remote Wakhi village whose inhabitants have more common with the people from Afghanistan and Tajikistan than Pakistan. They … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Gilgit - Baltistan | Tagged | 1 Comment