By Shafiqur Rehman Thinking backward proved to be useful for me because this reflection on the past events of my learning journey helped me make…View More How did I become a teacher?
By Mohammad Niaz By virtue of their socio-economic benefits, wilderness, aesthetic, biological and historical values ,wetlands contribute to the promotion of tourism all over the…View More Wetlands: Untapped potential
By Inayatullah Aseer The Chitral-Garum Chashma-Eshkashim highway project is crucial for economic development of Pakistan and the whole region. After completion of the Lowari Tunnel…View More Tajikistan road can open new vistas of development
By Samiullah (Reshun) Chitral is situated in the north of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It consists of two districts of Lower and Upper Chitral.…View More Chitral – know some basics
By Munir Hussyn Fatimi According to modern research, the credit for propagation of Islam, especially Ismailism, in Chitral goes to Nasir-e-Khusrao. After him, we hear…View More A saint who still rules many hearts
Daily Ummat’— through one of its reports— has squarely levelled the residents of Gilgit-Baltistan with some serious blows of allegations that, if unattended, would bump…View More Allegations against Ismailis: a look of pure venom