At least 135 soldiers, including a colonel and 11 civilans, go missing after avalanche hit them at Gayari sector.
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Mehdi Shah announced a 100 per cent increase in police salaries in the legislative...
Political leaders from Gilgit-Baltistan have demanded more autonomy for the region, calling for the abolition of the...
The first-ever budget of Gilgit-Baltistan worth Rs6.4 billion was presented on Wednesday in the assembly, with Finance...
Experts finally began widening the Attabad lake spillway on Tuesday, after days of protests by villagers.
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Mehdi Shah had recently blamed the media for creating unrest in the region.
The government has in principle agreed to use explosives to blast boulders blocking the flow of water through Attabad lake.
A team of experts has reached Hunza from Islamabad to chalk out a plan to drain the Attabad lake, officials said on Saturday.
The victims of the Attabad landslide lake have called off their struggle to widen the spillway.
Hundreds of people displaced by the artificial lake near Attabad defied police cordon and attempted to drain the lake.
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