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The Siachen GlacierThe roots of the conflict over Siachen (the place of roses) lie in the non-demarcations on the western side on the map beyond NJ9842. The 1949 Karachi agreement and the 1972 Simla agreement presumed that it was not feasible for human habitation to survive north of NJ9842. Piror to 1984 neither India nor Pakistan had any permanent presence in the area.
Time Magazine: War at the Top of the World
• In spite of the severe climate, the word `Siachen` ironically…Continue
To Noora . Hope she gets better soon.
Level: Pre Intermediate
BEAT THE KEEPER
This game is from the British Council and it helps learners to learn and practice words related to football. To play the game, you have to choose between 3 levels (easy, medium and hard). After that you have to get as many vocabulary answers correct as you can in 90 seconds or less.
If you enjoy playing, let me know by pressing the Like♥ button or by commenting…Continue
For me reading novels is a great hobby .When I was 10 years old, I went to a book shop to buy some books that I could use for school. While I was reading the titles on the shelves, there was a very interesting title in the novel section called “The Riots of Senses”. I picked up the novel and looked at the content. I wanted to buy it but it was very expensive. The owner of the book shop was our neighbor so that I enhanced my relationships with his son by visiting him while…
Skardu is the another main town of Gilgit Baltistan along the wide bank of the river Indus. Skardu is the largest district of the Northern Areas. Baltistan is home to some of the highest peaks in the world, the Karakoram Range, Skardu is very popular with Mountaineering Expeditions.
It is equally popular with high altitude trekkers, who treks to Baltoro Glacier, K2 Base…Continue
Shangrila Lake is also known as Lower Kachura Lake. It is a part of the Shangrila resort. Shangrilla Lake is located at a drive of about 20 minutes from Skardu. It is a popular tourist destination, and has a unique restaurant that is built on the fuselage of an aircraft that had crashed nearby.
Shangrila was established in 1983 with the opening of the first Resort Hotel…Continue
In skardu another lake is called Satpara Lake. Satpara lake supplies water for the town of Skardu, It is located at 2,636 meters or 8,650 feet. It is one of the most picturesque lakes in Pakistan.
The elevation of Satpara lake is 8650 feet above sea level. The…Continue
It would be nice if we could put away and throw out
everything except what really mattered, but
reality is just cruel.
In such times,
I see you laughing
whenever I close my eyes.
Until the day I reach eternal sleep,
that smiling face will
have to stay with me without fail.
People are all sad, so
they go and forget, but--
For that which I should love,
For that which gives me love, I will do what I can.
The Karakorum range Pakistan has many extensive granite peaks, Adventure Hunza Pakistan offering some of the best adventure rock climbing on the globe . One of the most infamous of these peaks is Trango Tower, as well as the surrounding peaks including Nameless Tower, Uli Biaho,Ogri & Latok, Amin Brakk Nangma Valley, Hainablak, Shipton Spire, this Peak situated in inaccessible Northern Area of the Karakorm Baltistan. and There are many other un climbed rock and snow peaks, Here is great…Continue
This game is from the website, MES Games. It helps learners to practice the names of different people's occupations.
To play the game you have to choose from a menu that offers you the chance to learn and review the different job titles. After that, or if you already feel you know these, there are several different kinds of games that you can play to practice.
Some of the games…Continue
It has been a coon's age I don't write to you. Captain, I am all right here...Just...
Well, Ling gave birth to a little cute girl. Time flies! Ling becomes a mother! How... I don't know…Continue
Pride secret I Female
Silence: does not mean I'm satisfied! ... …
Yesterday, I took my idiom book unwillingly and sat near my brother that was watching a movie in English language. I was reading the book and suddenly spotted an idiom " Blood is thicker than water " = family loyalties are stronger than other relationships.I just told by myself within such laziness " is it really used in speaking or writing so that I care and learn it ? -.- "
Exactly when I turned the page, some1 in the movie said " Come on ! Blood is thicker than water "
As mentioned in my previous fables, the story about mouse deer is very famous among children in Malaysia. There are various stories which show the brilliance and cleverness of this mouse deer when facing some difficulties. It seems it always can think on its feet when it needs to be. In this blog, I want to share with you another funny story about how a mouse deer tricked the mighty Tiger. I hope you will enjoy reading it.
Tonight angles are grounding and bringing God's regards to people. Also people's fate will be set. I pray and wish the best events & the most pleasant happening with peace & health for all, particularly my EC friends:
Modaway,WMW,fahimeh,sima,raha,mahgol,Noora,shabeen,mamad,mina,meta,marjan,jeab, leily,little tree,Bala,bia,barbare,anele,sera,mickey,Sara...
This game is from the BBC and it helps learners to practice punctuation.
To play the game, you have to choose between three different levels (medium, hard and really hard) and then you zap in Capital letters, full stops (a.k.a periods), commas…Continue
The Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan are rich in flora and fauna because of varied climatic conditions and ecosystems. In spite of unscientific management and ruthless hunting in the past, wildlife in the Gilgit-Baltistan still supports rare and endangered species of mammals and birds like Marco Polo sheep, blue…Continue
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