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Floods: Dyke breached to save Multan city
Frontier Post

Floods: Dyke breached to save Multan city

AFP_MULTAN: In an effort to decrease the pressure of water at Head Mohammadwala, authorities have made two breaches at the Head MohammadWala Bridge. Over 400,000 cusecs of water is passing through the dykes in Multan city and the flash floods have ... Frontier Post, 4 days ago
The Express Tribune

PCB chief backs struggling Misbah

Shahar­yar Khan throws weight behind captai­n despit­e Sri Lanka setbac­k . The PCB chairman has reposed his trust in Misbah by keeping his captaincy intact till the 2015 World Cup due to the narrow time frame before the all-important ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

Court disposes of PAT's plea

ISLAMABAD: A district and sessions court judge here on Monday disposed of a petition of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek over the alleged killing of its workers and directed the Secretariat police to take cognisance of the matter and proceed in accordance ...
 DAWN Group21 hours ago PAT leader moves court against PM over police action  Oman Tribune6 days ago

Fata Cheetahs outclass Falcons

KARACHI: Fata Cheetahs made up for lost time by inflicting an emphatic innings defeat on Abbottabad Falcons in their second-round match at the PCB Inter-Region U-19 Three-day Cricket Tournament on Friday. Following heavy rains and flooding in ...
 DAWN Group3 days ago

SHC notices top officer in illegal plot allotment case

Home » Karachi By KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Thursday put federal law officer on notice on a petition against allotment of plots to Defence Housing Authority (DHA) employees allegedly in contravention of the laws. Justice Sajjad Ali ...
 Pakistan Press International4 days ago

KPT's Ashfaq replaces Adil as Pakistan leave for Incheon

KARACHI: Karachi Port Trust (KPT) attacker Ashfaquddin was named in the Pakistan squad as a replacement for explosive Dordoi Bishkek winger Mohammad Adil as the national football team left for Incheon, South Korea to take part in the Asian Games on ...
 DAWN Group4 days ago

Quetta Bears, Larkana Bulls register wins

KARACHI: Quetta Bears and Larkana Bulls recorded contrasting victories in the two second-round matches in the PCB Inter-Region Under-19 Cricket One-day Tournament on Thursday. The Bears sealed a 26-run win against hosts Hyderabad Hawks in the Pool ...
 DAWN Group4 days ago

Presidency 2015:Kwankwaso upstages Buhari in race for APC ticket

:59 Written by SUNDAY ODIBASHI View Comments Tinubu not certain on Atiku, Tambuwal THE horse race to the 2015 President Election is rapidly being elevated to high altitude of power competition by the several aspirants jostling ...
 National Daily1 week ago
IslamOnline NET

Afghans Want Public Execution for Rapists

KABUL Afghan government has finally answered growing public demands for execution of a gang of rapists who shocked the Muslim society with unprecedented heinous crime last month after the public prosecution recommending capital punishment for all ...
 IslamOnline NET1 week ago

Transport dept wants control of motor vehicle fitness dept

Home » Karachi By KARACHI: Sindh transport Department has asked for transfer of motor vehicle inspection department from traffic police after approval of amendment in motor vehicle ordinance 1969 by Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad. On March 31 ...
 Pakistan Press International1 week ago
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