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  • Loadshedding ignites generator sales in Karachi

    But the latest row between K-Electric and its main fuel supplier, the Sui Southern Gas Company Ltd (SSGC), has reignited the generator market all over again...

    Prices for the imported generator sets have surged by almost 30 per cent in some cases, receiving a triple boost from a sudden spike in demand and a simultaneous devaluation of the rupee, as well as a 10pc imposition of regulatory duties on imports...

  • Generator sales decline amid improving power supply

    KARACHI: The demand for power generators remained depressed this season owing to steep price hike on account of rupee devaluation and improvement in electricity supply across the country, said dealers of power machines...

    “Generator market has no buyers in this year’s summer season,” owner of Sikandar and Co, Sikandar Shahzada said, attributing the lull in demand for generators to 40 per cent hike in prices...

  • ‘Marine pollution costing Pakistan billions of rupees’

    KARACHI: Utter neglect towards marine pollution costs Pakistan billions of rupees every year that includes the huge expenditures the country incurs on account of vessel repair and maintenance, as constant flow of untreated toxic effluent towards the sea has doubled (metal) corrosion rate...

    According to him, the Pakistan Navy alone incurs a loss of Rs1bn annually on vessel repair and maintenance as (metal) corrosion rate owing to...

  • Over half a million rupees looted in year’s sixth bank heist

    KARACHI: Some three armed robbers stormed a private microfinance bank in the old city’s Kharadar area on Tuesday, held security guards and staff at gunpoint and took away more than half a million rupees as the bank management allegedly had not followed the standard operating procedures (SOPs) to prevent such robberies, police said...

    Only on July 20, armed robbers took away three million rupees from the Gulshan-i-Iqbal branch of a...

  • Probe body unearths billions of rupees corruption in Umerkot health dept

    UMERKOT: The district inquiry committee formed by the provincial government to probe corruption in the Umerkot health department released its report on the occasion of the World Anti-Corruption Day on Wednesday, unveiling massive corruption running into billions of rupees, mismanagement and violation of laws and demanding action against the culprits...

  • PTI, PAT sit-ins cost the country billions of rupees, claims Dar

    ISLAMABAD: After securing a clean chit from the judicial inquiry commission into rigging in the 2013 elections, the government has released details of the losses it claims Pakistan suffered due to the Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT) demonstrations last year...

    The detailed information gathered from various sectors under the guidance of Finance Minister Senator Ishaq Dar claims that the country was...

  • Grade-16 officer held, assets worth millions of rupees seized

    HYDERABAD: Officials of the National Accoun­tability Bureau (NAB) seized assets, including prize bonds, worth millions of rupees and documents of immoveable properties also worth millions of rupees, in a raid on the residence of a grade-16 official of the education department, Bachu Mal, here late on Saturday evening, according to a NAB press release...

  • NHA facing over 3,000 court cases involving billions of rupees

    ISLAMABAD: The National Highway Authority (NHA) is facing over 3,000 cases of litigation involving hundreds of billions of rupees, including some related to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects, mainly because of alleged mass-scale irregularities and controversial award of contracts...

    It has been observed that the authority is facing such an ample amount of litigations despite it has an army of over 150 consultants who...

  • A billion rupees spent on Nawaz Sharif's foreign tours, Senate told

    Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Wednesday told the Senate that over a billion rupees were spent on former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's international trips during his third term in office...

    In a written report presented to the upper house on Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf's request, the foreign minister stated that Sharif's 64 international tours during his third term as the head of the state set back the exchequer by Rs1...

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