Taliban propaganda — Daily Times com Pakistan

What is of paramount importance to note here is that there is no conflict between Sunnis and Ismailis in Chitral. The reason is that most of them are connected through blood relations. Ethnically, though the people are heterogeneous, the dominant culture is that of peace and harmony


What we infer from the above picture is that the AKDN and its subsidiary organisations are committed to bringing about socio-economic transformation in the mountainous valleys through the participatory approach for community development. Their contributions to the development of the area, from human resource development to natural resource management, are laudably productive. The health and education sectors are vital for the development of a society, which the above organisations are/have been addressing with optimum results. (…)

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