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In 1954, the Mehtar of Chitral was killed when his airplane crashed into Lowari Top.The Lowari Tunnel is currently being constructed beneath Lowari Pass by a South Korean company, SAMBU JV. It’s the first time that Lowari Tunnel remained open throughout the harsh winter of 2011-12.
You can also go to Chitral by road both from Islamabad and Peshawar.No.1 single Christian personals sites marriage introduction.101 Free UK Christian Singles service is a not for profit site to help you meet Christian friends beyond your church.It is situated on the western bank of the Chitral River (also called Kunarl River) and at the foot of Tirich Mir, the highest peak (25,289 feet) of the Hindu Kush Mountain Range.The district is administratively divided into two tehsils (subdivisions); Chitral and Mastuj.The Fokker came to a stop in a wheat field when its nose and main landing gears broke after hitting the banks of a drain. PIA claimed damages from its Insurance company and the Insurance Company sold the plane to a company in Australia.
The Australian company removed the two Pratt and Whitney engines and sold the rest of the plane to a retired PIA pilot Siraj Ulmulk. Birmogh Lasht, located on a prominent ridge at an elevation of 2,743 meters (9,900 feet), has the summer palace of the former Mehtar of Chitral.
The 8.75 km long tunnel, which is still under construction, was built to reduce the distance between Dir and Chitral districts and ease movement of traffic throughout the year. Snow clearing machinery of FWO (Frontier Works Organization) works 24 hours to ensure smooth flow of traffic.
Before the tunnel was constructed, people of Chitral had to make detours into Afghanistan while travelling to or from Peshawar because Lowari Top remained closed for six months in winter. The Shandur Pass, elevation 12,200 feet (3,719 m), is located in District Chitral in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. The Shandur Polo Ground, the highest in the world at 3,700 meters, is a venue for a traditional polo tournament which since 1936 has been held annually in the first week of July between the teams of Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral. The 4-day long Qaqlasht Festival is organized every year in mid April at the sprawling ground of Qaqlasht, 80 Km from Chitral town.
This status was maintained after its accession to Pakistan in 1947.
Finally the princely state was abolished in 1969 and Chitral was made a district of NWFP..
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