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Indus valley civilization at least 8,000-years-old say Indian scientists
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History lesson: Indus Highway — an ode to River Indus

Histor­ian Badar Abro discov­ers old civili­sation­s as he traces the ancien­t route of Sindh's mighty river Historian Badar Abro discovers old civilisations as he traces the ancient route of Sindh's mighty river. PHOTO: ONLINE ... The Express Tribune, 1 week ago
Indus Valley Civilization 8,000 years old, not 5,500 Economic Times, 8 minutes ago

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War without End

, at least seven policemen and four 'criminals' were killed in an exchange of fire in the Kacha (riverbed) area of the Indus River between Districts of Rajanpur and Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. While eight 'criminals' who sustained injuries ...
 India Blooms5 days ago Gangsters in Pakistan kill 7 policemen, takes 22 people hostage  First Post.com1 month ago Seven Policemen Killed, 22 Taken Hostage by Gangsters in Pak  Outlook India1 month ago PTI - PAK-LD GANGSTERS - (Updating toll) 7 policemen killed, 22 taken hostage by gangsters in Pak  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Despite spending billions, dykes at River Indus remain vulnerable

KARACHI: Despite spending huge funds since the super and medium floods, the canals and dykes at River Indus are still vulnerable and damaged at different parts in the province. According to details, the damaged embankments of River Indus could ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago Misuse of funds in Indus River dykes projects  HT Syndication3 weeks ago Rs838m River Indus dykes repairing schemes in doldrums  Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

Chotu surrenders unconditionally

Rajanpur/ISLAMABAD - An armed gang that held 24 policemen hostage on an Indus River island has surrendered, army spokesman said on Wednesday, ending a gripping two-week standoff that has embarrassed the country's police.The operation with more than ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Gang holding Pakistani island surrenders after army operation  Yahoo! India1 month ago Pakistan: Outlaws on island surrender to army  Gulf News1 month ago Chotu Gang surrenders before Army, 24 police officers held hostage released  Pakistan Today1 month ago
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Riverine Force for river Indus: 687 cops to curb crime in eight districts

LAHORE: As many as 687 constables were recruited for deployment on 49 posts in eight districts of Punjab as Riverine Force to curb crime along the river Indus. Punjab is raising a special police force to curb crime, strengthen rescue and relief ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago

Irsa issues NOC for 1,410MW Tarbela 5th Extension Project

ISLAMABAD - The Indus River System Authority (IRSA) has issued No Objection Certificate (NOC) to the 1,410 megawatts Tarbela 5th Extension Hydropower Project. A meeting to discuss the Water and Power Development Authority's (WAPDA) request for ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago IRSA releases 280,200 cusecs of water for strategic crops  Business Recorder4 days ago IRSA decides water share of provinces  Frontier Post1 month ago Provinces' water share approved by Irsa's body  Business Recorder1 month ago

FC soldier drowned in Indus River

Muqaddam Khan SWABI: One Frontier Constabulary (FC) soldier who came for anti-polio vaccination campaign duty was drowned in the Indus River while his colleague was saved by the locals\\' divers here on Wednesday, said police officials. When ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago
Christian Science Monitor

Mega hydel power projects on Indus River: Wapda offers foreign firms to invest

Home » Fuel & Energy » May 11, 2016 Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) has offered foreign companies to invest in mega hydel power projects of 24,000 megawatts capacity on the run of Indus River, Chairman Wapda Zafar Mehmood said on ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago Focus on hydropower  Business Recorder2 weeks ago Consultative session on draft policy for mega hydel projects held  Frontier Post2 weeks ago Plan to complete pending hydel projects almost ready  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
Pakistan Today

Five dead bodies recovered from Chashma Barrage

MIANWALI: Five more sack-packed dead bodies have been recovered from Indus River at Chashma Barrage here on Saturday, taking the number of bodies recovered from the river to 32 over the past two months. According to the police, the mutilated, ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago Two more sack-packed bodies recovered from Indus River  Pakistan Today2 months ago
Budapest Business Journal

Bridge funded in part by MOL opens in Pakistan

A bridge, partly funded by the local unit of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL, over the Indus River at Khushal Garh was inaugurated yesterday by a Hungarian delegation, according to Hungarian news agency MTI. Hungarian and Pakistani officials at ...
 Budapest Business Journal1 month ago MOL : Khushal Garh Bridge formally inaugurated for traffic  4 Traders1 month ago OIL & GAS DEVELOPMENT : Grand Khushal Garh bridge inaugurated  4 Traders1 month ago Hungarian minister opens Khushal Garh Bridge to connect Punjab with KP  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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