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  • Movie review: The Lego Ninjago Movie

    Earlier this year, Lego came up with The Lego Batman Movie where a super-cool and super-alone Batman had to save the world from his usual villains...

    Sadly, the same can’t be said of Lego’s next venture The Lego Ninjago Movie, despite the presence of Jackie Chan and others...

  • Movie review: My Little Pony: The Movie

    My Little Pony: The Movie is a cute flick strictly for those kids who are accustomed to the cartoon series because if you don’t know the characters, you will not be able to enjoy the film...

    Do the Equestrians win against their monstrous enemies or does the Storm King manage to change day into night on his mood, My Little Pony: The Movie has all the answers...

  • Movie: The Lego Batman movie

    Batman is back, but this time he is the saviour of Gotham City, in the Lego World...

    In The Lego Batman movie, the world’s greatest detective is pitted against the worst villains on the planet, led by arch rival Joker and has to save Gotham while trying to pass on as Bruce Wayne, train a youngster as his sidekick, deal with Alfred’s snooping and Commissioner Gordon’s retirement...

  • ‘Karachi’s water, electricity being given to Bahria Town, DHA City’

    KARACHI: Historian Gul Hasan Kalamati gave the people of Karachi a lot to think about on Saturday evening when he said that water and electricity meant for Karachi were being redirected to Bahria Town and DHA City...

    Mr Kalamati was one of the many speakers invited by the Irtiqa Institute of Social Science to talk on the military farms in Okara and the Bahria Town...

  • Case registered on Bahria Town’s complaint of blackmailing

    ISLAMABAD: The capital police on Monday registered a case against two former army officers and a property dealer on a complaint lodged by an employee of Bahria Town for allegedly blackmailing its chief Malik Riaz Hussain...

    Know more: Malik Riaz says two ex-army officers blackmail himThe complaint was lodged by retired Lt-Col Khalilur Rehman, the personal staff officer of the Bahria Town chief, at the Lohi Baher police station on July...

  • Lahore’s Bilawal House still owned by Bahria Town: spokesperson

    ISLAMABAD: The property known as Bilawal House in Lahore is currently in the name of Bahria Town, a spokesperson for the housing society clarified on Sunday...

    In a statement issued apropos a news item titled, ‘Who owns Lahore’s Bilawal House’, published in this newspaper on May 10, the Bahria Town spokesperson stated: “Bahria Town has [until] now only received an amount of Rs170 million, against a total value of Rs0...

  • LHC vacates Bahria Town's stay on construction of Lahore Ring Road's Southern Loop-III

    Vacating a stay on the construction of Lahore Ring Road's Southern Loop-III, which had been issued on property developer Bahria Town's plea, the Lahore High Court (LHC) has given the Punjab government permission to begin construction on the project...

    The stay was issued in January 2016 after Bahria Town petitioned the courts since the said road was to pass through an under-construction housing scheme owned by the property...

  • SC notices ‘change of heart’ by MDA in Bahria Town case

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court noticed on Thursday an apparent change of heart when a petitioner and the government departments concerned were seen toeing the line in support of a leading real estate developer — Bahria Town — in a case relating to alleged illegal allotment of state land in Karachi...

    “Change of heart on the part of the Malir Development Authority (MDA) is visible,” observed Justice Maqbool Baqar, a member of the...

  • LHC bars govt from demolishing Bahria Town buildings

    The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday barred the Punjab government and the Lahore Ring Road Authority from demolishing buildings in Bahria Town Lahore that fall in the path of the Ring Road's Southern Loop-III project...

    An LHC bench comprising Justice Shahid Karim and Justice Sajid Mahmood Sethi passed the orders while hearing an Intra-Court Appeal (ICA) from Bahria Town challenging the acquisition of its land for the project...

  • No longer interested in taking over Bagh Ibn-i-Qasim, Bahria Town tells SHC

    After the Sindh High Court (SHC) extended a restraining order against the handover of Bagh Ibn-i-Qasim to Bahria Town, the real estate giant on Tuesday informed the court that it was not interested in taking over the park for maintenance purposes if the matter remained disputed...

    Advocate Khalid Javed Khan, appearing on behalf of Bahria Town, said the real-estate tycoon was no longer interested in the park as its ownership was...

  • Bahria Town not to take over Bagh Ibne Qasim if dispute persists, SHC told

    KARACHI: While the provincial government on Monday justified before the Sindh High Court its decision to hand over Bagh Ibne Qasim to Bahria Town, the real estate giant informed the court that it was no longer interested in taking over the iconic park for maintenance purpose if the matter remained disputed...

    The bench extended its earlier restraining order against the handover of the Bagh to Bahria Town to May 9...

  • SHC extends restraining order on handover of Bagh Ibn-i-Qasim to Bahria Town

    Extending its restraining order against the handover of Bagh Ibn-i-Qasim to property developer Bahria Town, the Sindh High Court on Tuesday put off hearing a set of petitions against the provincial government and the real estate giant...

    A two-judge bench fixed the matter for May 30 after the respondent authorities and Bahria Town sought time to file their responses to the petitions...

  • Protest against continued Bahria Town ‘expansion’

    KARACHI: Scores of people staged a protest demonstration outside the Clifton headquarters of real estate giant Bahria Town against the ongoing development work on thousands of acres of land along the Superhighway that reportedly affected at least 50 villages...

    “As we speak, residents of Kathore, Gadap Town are protesting for their right to stay where they want to...

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