By Tahir on January 15, 2011
In Pakistan, Kaghan Valley of Mansehra District of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa Province Jheel (lake) Saif ul malook has been covered with snow due to heavy snow falling in January 2011.
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By Tahir on November 15, 2010
Dudipatsar Lake is the most beautiful lake of Kaghan Valley. it is surrounded by snow clad peaks. It lies in the extreme north of the Kaghan Valley. It is about a four hour drive from the Main Town of Naran.
By Tahir on June 2, 2010
After rising to the peak point of dead level, the water has started flowing out from spillway of Attabad Lake with low pressure initially, whereas dam burst could take more than 48 hours.
By Tahir on May 23, 2010
Water Lavel in Attabad Hunza Lake is almost six (6) feet below. It is expected that water of Lake will spill over today ( May 23, 2010 ). leaving the gap between the Lake and the spillway narrowed to only six feet, It was observed Saturday ( May 22, 2010 ).
By Tahir on May 22, 2010
Attabad Lake Hunza is Pakistan biggest Lake of its kind. Now it has covered 35 Kilometers. `Artificial lake formed by the blockage of the Hunza River from January 4, 2010 Attaabad landslide has grown to a volume of over 132 million cubic meters.
By Tahir on May 19, 2010
Attabad Hunza lake water level has reached 370 feet. Danger of Over flow is increasing day by day rapidly. Rain spell continued overnight splashing across the entire Hunza valley including Ata Abad, triggering the fears regarding further surge at the Lake reported Wednesday may 19, 2010.
By Tahir on May 17, 2010
Pakistan biggest ever artificial lake in the history, the Attabad lake, Hunza, The water level at landslide triggered lake in Attabad area of Hunza has risen to the level of 353 feet on Sunday May 16, 2010.
By Tahir on May 11, 2010
Pakistan biggest artificial lake in Hunza valley , Gilgit Baltistan. It is situated in Attabad. It is around 12 kilometers vast. As depth of the lake formed on Hunza River reached 312 ft approximately rising at the daily average rate of 3.2 ft, the free board has reduced to around 55 ft.
By Tahir on April 13, 2010
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.
By Tahir on April 13, 2010
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.