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WASHINGTON, April 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Syed Mustafa Kamal, Mayor of Karachi, will talk about how his Administration has analyzed the challenges that Karachi faces, how his team developed a Strategic Plan and a vision for Karachi and how he led the city to compete in the global arena at a National Press Club Newsmaker press conference, at 3:00 PM on Monday, May 3 in Lisagor Room, the National Press Building, 529 14th St., N.W., Washington, DC. (Logo:...
Text of report by official news agency Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) Karachi, 16 July: Sindh government is going to establish a media centre at a cost of 100m rupees [1.4m US dollars] to facilitate journalists belonging to print and electronic media to enable them to work in a more efficient manner.
KARACHI (Reuters) - Pakistan's biggest city declared a public holiday on Friday as it cleaned up from heavy flooding that killed at least 15 people and more rain was expected, officials said.
By Simon Cameron-Moore KALABAGH, Pakistan (Reuters) - High above the Indus river, straight white lines painted on the chaparral-covered hillsides mark the site of an ambitious, $7 billion dam project.
This is the last in a series of five features about ambitious, and at times controversial, dam projects in Asia designed to alleviate acute water shortages and cut energy bills. Other features in the series moved from India, Laos, Thailand and Myanmar.
A heatwave has killed at least 50 people in Pakistan since the start of May, prompting authorities to warn people to stay out of the midday sun as temperatures cross 50 Celsius (122 Fahrenheit) in the shade.
KARACHI, Nov 4 (Reuters) - A passenger ferry believed to be overloaded sank in Pakistan's Indus river on Friday and 60 people were drowned, government officials said. The accident came nearly four weeks after an earthquake killed more than 73,000 people in the country's northern mountains.
By Athar Husain DAHARKI, Pakistan (Reuters) - Her nose is bandaged from the bridge to the tip because, she says, her husband and his relatives tried to cut it off. If they catch her again, 15-year-old Lakhmira is sure she'll be killed.