Hunza


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Hunza

(ho͝on`sä), former princely state, 3,900 sq mi (10,101 sq km), NW Kashmir, administered by Pakistan. Declared a British protectorate in 1893, Hunza acceded to Pakistan after the partition of British India (1947). Local control stayed in the hands of the prince, or mir, until 1974.
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GILGIT -- The death of a teenage girl in mysterious circumstances in Hunza was declared suicide on Saturday.
GILGIT -- A school-going girl committed suicide in the Altit area of Hunza on Friday after her parents allegedly did not allow her to get admission to a private school.
GILGIT -- The district police in Hunza arrested a notorious liquor seller, and seized large quantity of liquor during special anti-narcotics campaign here on Thursday.
Families and youths hailing from Gilgit Hunza and Chitral gathered here at the Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) on Sunday to celebrate the colours, music and mystic traditions of Karakoram.
GILGIT -- An eight members delegation of High Education Commission (HEC) Accreditation and Attestation Division led by Professor Dr Tanvir Kiyani here Wednesday visited the Hunza Campus of Karakuram International University(KIU) and expressed satisfaction over the arrangements and facilities there.
Karachi -- Khushhali Microfinance Bank (KMBL) has inaugurated its new branch in Hunza, says a press release, says a press release.
He had reached the beautiful valley of Hunza last night.
Un asombroso ejemplo de ello es la vida de una pequena nacion hunza que cuenta con apenas unos 100 mil habitantes.
The lake on Hunza River formed by a land slide is a cause of serious concern not just in the area but also much below the point.
Out of the 12 boats, some 9 boats had reached the GB area for transportation of goods from Hunza to Sust and Sust to Hunza respectively.
Under British rule the Wakhi immigrants settled in different parts of Chitral and now their majority lies in Gojal tehsil of Hunza of Gilgit - Baltistan.