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Over 80,000 evacuated from flood-hit areas of lower Punjab, while Sindh's Kotri drowns
The Express Tribune

Over 80,000 evacuated from flood-hit areas of lower Punjab, wh...

NDMA says River Indus in high flood at Kotri; 1.18 millio­n people evacua­ted from flood affect­ed areas across Pakist­an Pakistan Army personnel shift the flood victims of Layyah to safer places on August 5, 2015. PHOTO: ONLINE As the ... The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
Pakistan's floods come in waves New Internationalist, 1 month ago

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The Express Tribune

Crop cultivation: Country braces for 14% water shortage in Rabi season

Balochistan accuses Sindh of stealing its share of water. PHOTO: FILE ISLAMABAD: The Indus River System Authority (Irsa), which is the regulator of water flows in the country, has cautioned that provinces will face 14% water shortage in the Rabi ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago Irsa to stop 7,000 cusec water supply to Punjab  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago 5MAF water shortage feared for Rabi crops  DAWN Group1 month ago
Daily Times

Indus swells up, posing fresh threat to Balochistan, Sindh : August 03, 2015, 3:52 am

QUETTA: The Indus River is in very high flood at Guddu and Taunsa barrages, threatening several districts of Balochistan and Sindh. As on Sunday, 650,000 cusecs of water was passing through Sukkar Barrage and 737,000 cusecs through Guddo Barrage, ...
 Daily Times2 months ago High flood at Guddu poses threat to Balochistan  SAMAA TV2 months ago
DAWN Group

Secretary Irrigation Sindh briefs Home Minister about latest position of rains and flood.

Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Sial has said the embankments on both sides of River Indus are intact. He was talking to media in Sukkur after visiting Sukkur Barrage where he was briefed by the Secretary Irrigation Sindh about the latest position ...
 Radio Pakistan2 months ago Sindh faces no flood threat: Khuhro  Business Recorder2 months ago Khuhro defends EC's move to postpone LG elections in Sindh  DAWN Group2 months ago
Pakistan Observer

Floods affect over 50,000 in lower Sindh

- Larkana—Flood in the lower sections of River Indus have affected over 50,000 people in Jamshoro, Sujawal, Thatta. Warnings were also issued to people living in low-lying areas and close to the river bed in Vehari. According to the National ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago Flood aftermath: Out of sight, out of mind  The Express Tribune1 month ago

Ensure encroachment-free River Sindh: HC tells DCs

High Court has directed all the concerned Deputy Commissioners of Kashmir valley to remove encroachments from River Sindh.A division bench comprising Chief Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar and justice Tashi Rabstan passed the directions in a PIL seeking ...
 Rising Kashmir1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Reaching saturation point? Sindh barrages witness yet another high flood

A high flood passed through the barrages of Sindh on Wednesday. Meanwhile, around 92,000 residents of the katcha [riverine] area in Thatta have been displaced by the flood. PHOTO: FILE SUKKUR: A high flood passed through all three barrages of ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago Taking initiative: Sindh ministers review flood situation  The Express Tribune1 month ago Almost over: Final peak flood to pass through Guddu Barrage  The Express Tribune2 months ago Monsoon rain : Water level continues to rise at Guddu Barrage  The Express Tribune2 months ago
Pakistan Observer

Ebad for effective steps to check environmental pollution

- Karachi—Governor Sindh Dr. Ishrat ul Ebad Khan has called for undertaking effective steps without any delay to help check environmental pollution. He said this during a briefing on S-III project for Karachi at the Governor House here on ...
 Pakistan Observer1 day ago
Pakistan Observer

KATI demands ban on debris dump in river

- Karachi—President, Korangi Association Trade and Industry (KATI) Zahid Saeed has demanded complete ban on dumping of debris and garbage along Malir river bank and Causeway that connects Korangi Industrial Area. He said KATI, Industrialists of ...
 Pakistan Observer1 day ago
Frontier Post

Arabian Sea eating up 100 acres of Sindh land daily

KETI BANDER: Such is the effect of climate change on Pakistan that the Arabian Sea has eaten up the country€s two cities along the coastal belt and is eating up almost 100 acres of land on a daily basis. The two tehsils of District Thatta, i.e.
 Frontier Post1 week ago
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