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Asia's largest 'Cross' being built in Karachi
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Asia's largest 'Cross' being built in Karachi

Hearts Not Forgotten A #Christian in #Pakistan Builds #Asia 's Largest #Cross as Symbol of #Hope http://t.co/wObCAtxSc9 9 minutes ago GL Tango RT @persecutionnews : #Christian in #Pakistan builds Asia's largest cross as a symbol of #hope . Read ... NewsR.in, 2 days ago
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Pakistani Christian to build 140- foot-tall cross in Karachi largest cemetery

Karachi, May 19 (ANI): A Pakistani businessman, who plans to build a 14-story cross in Karachi, hopes it will be a source of comfort and inspiration for the country's Christian population, who often face persecution and violence. The cross is ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago Pakistani Christian erecting 140-foot cross in Muslim nation's biggest city  Gateway News.co.za2 days ago
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Russia to invest $2 billiln to build pipeline in Pakistan

Russia will invest a whopping USD 2 billion in Pakistan to build a 1,100-kilometre pipeline from southern port city of Karachi to Lahore to transport liquefied natural gas.
 Times of India1 month ago Russia to invest $2 billion for 1,100-kilometre pipeline in Pakistan  Economic Times1 month ago Russia to Invest USD Two Billion to Build Pipeline in Pakistan  Outlook1 month ago Russia to invest USD 2 bln to build pipeline in Pakistan  Business Standard1 month ago

After global outrage, execution of Shafqat Hussain stayed by Pak President

Hussain is accused of kidnapping and murder of a seven-year-old boy in an apartment building of Karachi where he worked as a security guard Press Trust of India | Karachi March 19, 2015 Last Updated at 02:07 IST Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain tonight ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Intra court appeal: Shafqat Hussain's plea dismissed  The Express Tribune2 days ago Execution of Shafqat Hussain stayed by Pak President  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Daily Times

Learning crucially important for building up society

- Karachi—Learning is crucially important for sustainable growth of any society. Give time and importance to helping people achieve what they want. Time management, learning and strategy are just a cog in the machine. Having a culture in an ...
 Pakistan Observer3 days ago PSTD organises annual moot on building a sustainable learning culture  Daily Times3 days ago Conference: Importance of learning culture stressed  The Express Tribune3 days ago 3rd Annual Learning Conference: Learning critically important in society  Frontier Post3 days ago

Giant 'bulletproof' cross

Christian businessman Parvez Henry Gill woke up with the idea of building a 42.67-metre tall cross in Karachi as a response to the Islamist attacks that plague Pakistan. Pakistani businessman Parvez Henry Gill says he was sleeping when God ...
 The Press NZ5 days ago Man builds huge bulletproof cross in Pakistan  WA Today5 days ago Pakistani businessman Parvez Henry Gill builds a huge bulletproof cross in Karachi  Melbourne Age6 days ago Nash hammers $7.45m gift to extremely wealthy Saudi businessman  NigerianHerald.com5 days ago
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Pakistan firm in global fake degree scam worth millions: report

of Karachi, Pakistan, home of the company Axact which … A Pakistani company that has pledged to build a media empire was facing tough criticism Monday after the New York Times said it was earning tens of millions of dollars by selling fake ...
 Yahoo! Singapore6 days ago Pakistani firm makes millions in global fake degrees scam  Frontier Post5 days ago Pakistan firm in global fake college degree scam worth millions  Brunei Times5 days ago AFP - Pakistan-US-Internet-media-education  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
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KSE-100 regains bullish momentum

- Karachi—KSE-100 Index regained its bullish momentum on the back of confidence build up by the prompt notice taken of the terror attack in Karachi at the highest level that helped index in recovering 177.64 points to close in green at 33, 093 ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago

Sindh govt vows to build road to prosperity

KARACHI: The Sindh government has signed an agreement to construct Karachi-Thatta carriageway worth Rs 9.95 billion under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode of investment. The 49 km long carriageway will be constructed from Ghaggar Phattak ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago Sindh govt signs accord for construction of 49 km long Karachi-Thatta Dual carriage way  MediaLine Pakistan2 weeks ago

China to help build $1.269bn traffic project for city

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has announced that a $1.269 billion Karachi Light Rail and Brown Line project will be launched on a war footing so that it could be completed by the beginning of 2018. For the purpose, he has ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago Arrested four terrorists confess Ismaili bus attack: CM Sindh  The News Tribe5 days ago Sindh Chief Minister decides to launch $1.2billion Karachi Light Rail project  MediaLine Pakistan1 week ago CM approves proposed 46-storey building in city  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago
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