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About 11 results for "kargil skardu road"

Appeal to army chief

DURING the Kargil war, the army contructed a road in Chowar village of Sheyok Sector, a 155km drive from Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan. During construction, hundreds of acres of fertile land belonging to the local people was incorporated in the road. DAWN Group, 1 month ago

‘Gilgit Baltistan would prefer India to Pakistan’

Senge Sering interacts with the media — Debasish Dey Senge Hasnan Sering — activist and president of the Institute for Gilgit Baltistan Studies (IGBS) demanded that India intervene in the violation of human rights in PoK and open the Kargil border to ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

PoK activist makes case to be part of India

Mr Sering demanded that India intervene in PoK Senge Hasnan Sering — activist and president of the Institute for Gilghit Baltistan Studies (IGBS), headquartered out of Washington D.C. and working for the betterment of the people of Gilghit Baltistan located ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Exploring the breathtaking landscapes of IndoPak border

There is something about the borders that has always fascinated me. A desire to see beyond the invisible lines, a curiosity to discover the difference between us and them and to witness how people live in these areas, especially the one which The ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

India's squeeze Pakistan strategy

- ADVISER to Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will certainly visit Pakistan next year. We are fully hopeful that the Indian prime minister will come to Pakistan for ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago India Pakistan talks  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago India, Pak break ice as foreign secy holds talks in Islamabad  Times of India1 month ago

D. Suba Chandran: Silent backchannel diplomacy

After taking over as Foreign Secretary, S. Jaishankar's trip to Islamabad in early March, to resume the Indo-Pak dialogue, should be the most important for him. He has a credible record as former Ambassador in establishing good relations with ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago Towards a silent backchannel diplomacy  South Asia Monitor1 month ago
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