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  • Rangers briefed on illegal constructions during SBCA ‘visit’

    KARACHI: Rangers personnel in balaclavas on Monday paid a ‘visit’ to the head office of the Sindh Building Control Authority, held a meeting with its chief and collected ‘relevant details’ about unlawful allotment of land and illegal construction on encroached areas in Karachi during the past decade...

    Television channels flashed the news of a Rangers ‘raid’ on the SBCA office when several vehicles of the paramilitary force entered the...
  • Imran Khan’s Bani Gala residence among 122 illegal constructions, says municipal authorities

    The Capital Development Authority (CDA) and the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration on Monday declared 122 properties in Islamabad’s Bani Gala, including the residence of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan, as illegal...

    The construction of structures in zone three and four of Islamabad are illegal as they are in violation of zoning regulations, the report said and added that Section 144 has been imposed in...

  • CDA chief grilled over illegal constructions

    The members of the National Assembly standing committee on cabinet secretariat at a meeting with Rana Mohammad Hayat Khan in the chair said land grabbing and illegal constructions continued in connivance with the CDA officials...

    The committee also discussed the construction of illegal buildings in sectors G-11, F-12 and Nust and said the CDA had failed to stop the encroachments and illegal constructions...

  • Illegal constructions demolished

    KARACHI: The Sindh Building Control Authority staffers sealed two marriage lawns and demolished various illegal constructions on Thursday...

    The SBCA staffers during their campaign against illegal constructions demolished various structures in Jamshed Town, Garden East, Khudadad Colony, PECHS, Nazimabad, Gulberg Town, Federal B Area, Malir Town, etc, that were constructed illegally...

  • China can't remain oblivious to India's illegal constructions in Ladakh: FM Qureshi

    Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Wednesday that the recent conflict between China and India was triggered by the latter's "illegal constructions" in Ladakh, Radio Pakistan reported...

    Qureshi said that while China wished to resolve issues through dialogue, it "cannot remain oblivious to India's illegal constructions" as he urged the world community to take notice of India's hostile policies...

  • Constructions in Bahria Town without approved plan stopped

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court on Tuesday restrained Bahria Town Karachi from raising constructions in violation of the approved plan and building regulations...

    SHC questions locus standi of petitioner, calls bar associations for assistanceMehmood Akhtar Naqvi filed two petitions against alleged illegal constructions in Bahria Town Karachi stating that such constructions were going on without any approval of the building plan and...

  • Pakistan Navy buying vessels for special operations from US company

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan Navy has placed an order for two 75m Swift Corvettes from a US-based shipbuilding company, Swiftships, said the company’s Chief Executive Officer Shehraze Shah...

    In an interview with a defence and security magazine Mönch, Mr Shah said that the Pakistan Navy had also purchased Swiftships’ 11m Special Operation Craft Riverine, which was deployed for counterinsurgency and drug-interdiction missions...

  • International security company hired for Pakistan by ICC: Sethi

    LAHORE: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has hired an international security company on a three-year term in order to aid the resumption of international cricket in Pakistan, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi said on Tuesday...

    Sethi told Dawn that the security company will visit the country during either the last week of August or the first week of September...

  • Panama president admits to offshore company in Pakistan and other unbreakable news

    Panama City: According to an un-leaked set of papers which were to be leaked along with the notorious Panama Papers (but weren’t), the president of Panama, Jean-Claude Van Damme, has an off-shore company in Pakistan...

    According to the newspapers and TV channel owned by the PLMG, President Damme, who came to power after the 2014 presidential election, opened an offshore company in Lahore in December 2014...

  • Chinese company to build LNG, gas pipeline projects in Pakistan

    5 billion Gwadar liquefied natural gas (LNG) and the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline in November, Interstate Gas Systems (ISGS), who opened the technical bid for the construction of projects told media personnel on Wednesday...

    Related: Iran Pakistan gas pipeline to be completed by 2017CPP will construct the terminal with a capacity to handle 500 mmcfd (million cubic feet per day) of LNG and a floating storage gasification unit...

  • Pakistan Microfinance Investment Company launched

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Microfinance Investment Company (PMIC), a private-sector firm which aims to use public funding to invest commercially in people and businesses on lower incomes, was launched on Thursday by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar...

    The PMIC has been created by the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) and Karandaaz Pakistan — funded by UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) — and the KfW, a German...

  • 10 banks sign pact to create Pakistan Corporate Restructuring Company Ltd

    KARACHI: The country’s 10 banks signed an agreement on Friday to establish Pakistan Corporate Restructuring Company Ltd (PCRCL)...

    Under the provisions of Corporate Restructuring Companies Act 2016 with an initial paid-up capital of Rs500 million, the banks have decided to establish the Corporate Restructuring Company (CRC) — first of its kind company in the country...

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