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  • Car assemblers reluctant to cut prices

    KARACHI: Falling world steel prices, a weaker Japanese currency and low transportation cost on account of drop in diesel prices certainly make a case for cut in car prices...

    Despite severe criticism by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on their business practices and a Rs140 million penalty on their authorised dealers by the Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP), the assemblers are still operating as a cartel to keep prices high......

  • IMC raises car prices

    KARACHI: Indus Motor Company (IMC) on Thursday increased price of various car models by Rs15,000-30,000 with immediate effect on new orders...

  • Suzuki raises car prices

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMCL) on Saturday increased the retail car prices...

    In a letter sent to authorised dealers, the company did not mention the reason for pushing up the prices...

  • Third increase in Honda car prices

    KARACHI: Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan (HACP) on Monday increased prices by Rs30,000-100,000 on various models...

    The company first raised prices in January by Rs50,000-60,000 while second price jump was made in March by Rs20,000-100,000...

  • Pak Suzuki raises car, bike prices

    KARACHI: Amid strengthening of rupee against the dollar, Pak Suzuki Motor Company Ltd (PSMCL) made the fourth increase in car prices – between Rs20,000 to Rs40,000 – for various models, effective from Aug 1...

    The company had raised prices of various car models by Rs10,000-20,000 in January, followed by another hike of Rs20,000-50,000 in March and then Rs20,000-30,000 in June this year...

  • Car rally stops in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: The Vintage and Classic Car Club of Pakistan (VCCCP) on Tuesday organised a show of cars participating in the Karachi to Khyber vintage car rally at the Serena Hotel...

    The annual rally sees vintage car owners stop in cities across the country to showcase their vehicles...

  • FBR sets new prices for real estate in Islamabad, Karachi

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Tuesday issued the notification announcing the newly set property prices in Islamabad and Karachi...

    According to the notification, Karachi has been divided into nine categories and residential and commercial plots have been assigned different prices...

  • How Islamabad's private schools acquired land at 'throwaway prices'

    ISLAMABAD: As people are protesting inordinate increments in the fees of private educational institutions, startling revelations have come to light about how the government allotted these institutions precious land at throwaway prices...

    The document available with DawnNews shows as many as 11 plots allotted during 1981-1996 to different private montessoris, schools and colleges, while 32 plots were allotted by the Musharraf-led...

  • Car bombing leaves 34 dead in Ankara

    ANKARA: A car bomb ripped through a busy square in central Ankara on Sunday, killing 34 people and wounding 125, officials said, the latest in a spate of attacks to hit Turkey...

    The attack comes weeks after the city was hit by a suicide car bombing on Feb 17 targeting the military that killed 29 people, claimed by a dissident faction of the banned Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)...

  • Govt looking for ways to take back bulletproof car from ex-CJ

    ISLAMABAD: The government has approached the attorney general office for exploring the possibility of seeking relief from the Supreme Court as well as taking steps for the early disposal of its intra-court appeal (ICA) against the Jan 15, 2014, Islamabad High Court direction for the provision of a bulletproof official car to former chief justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry...

    “Thus the use of official car and petrol by a...

  • Throwing acid on IIUI staff’s car being probed

    ISLAMABAD: A three-member committee formed by the International Islamic University (IIUI) is inquiring into the recent incident of acid being thrown at one of its faculty member’s cars...

    On March 14, acid was thrown on the car of Assistant Professor at the Physics department Dr Mumtaz, who was not in his car when the incident happened...

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