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Historical Moazzam Jahi Market lies in neglect

One can't take one's eyes off the impressive granite structure located at the heart of the city. Moazzam Jahi Market was constructed in 1935 during the reign of the last Nizam, Mir Osman Ali Khan. It was named after his second son Moazzam Jah. ... Siasat Daily, 2 days ago

Lecture on self employment and small industries today

According to Mohammed Abdul Qadeer Secretary, Dr. Abdul Vakeel Baba Khan will deliver lecture on need of self employment and small industries on Sunday, August 3, from 11 am to 1 pm at the office of Rahbar-e-Sanat-o-Tijarat monthly, opposite office ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago
Saudi Gazette

What each one of us has given to our country

From left: Rana Khalid, Naim Moghal, Asghar Qureshi, Malik Shafiq, Karim Khan and Riaz Rathore. Faiz Al-Najdi Saudi Gazette RIYADH — On the occasion of the 68th Independence Day of Pakistan, a workshop was conducted by the Riyadh ...
 Saudi Gazette2 weeks ago

Just another day for the common man

HYDERABAD: The lapse of 66 years, multiple governments and a long-drawn Telangana movement spanning four decades notwithstanding, the contentious September 17 debate still seems to be far from over for the new state. On Wednesday, the 1948 event, ...
 Times of India1 day ago

Speakers suggest shark fishing ban to address decreasing numbers

144 shark specie­s are found in Pakist­ani waters. 144 shark species are found in Pakistani waters. PHOTO: FILE KARACHI: Shark population is on the decline in Pakistani waters, according to marine experts who urged authorities to come up ...
 The Express Tribune2 days ago

Call for national action plan for conservation of sharks

KARACHI: Speakers at a one-day workshop held here on Monday underlined the need for a national action plan for the conservation of sharks whose numbers have declined by 80 per cent over 15 years. Shark population, they said, was essential to the ...
 DAWN Group3 days ago

NPOA urged for shark conservation

KARACHI: World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan (WWF-Pakistan) in collaboration with Marine Fisheries Department arranged a day international workshop on Conservation and Management of Shark Fisheries in Pakistan. Dr Mohamed Shainee Minister for ...
 Daily Times3 days ago
The Express Tribune

Floods 2014: 200,000 evacuated from Multan, adjoining areas

Rising water level poses threat to Multan, Muzaff­argarh and Bahawa­lpur. Workers rescue people stranded in the floods near Basti Walvut. PHOTO: APP MULTAN: The administration has evacuted over 200,000 people from Multan, Shujabaad and ...
 The Express Tribune4 days ago

Tribute paid to Mosharraf Hossain

:47:54 A A- A+ FE Online Report A condolence meeting on late Muhammad Mosharraf Hossain, a former member of the parliament and business leader, was held after Asr prayers on Monday in the board room of The Financial Express at Topkhana Road in ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Bringing prosperity back: Swat prepares for trade exhibition

The three-day sympos­ium aims to restor­e normal­cy throug­h trade. PHOTO: CREATIVE COMMONS MINGORA: Vegetables and fruits, woodwork, handloom fabric, gemstones, and kaolin or China clay, are income-generating commodities in Swat ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
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