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  • Karachi costliest, Lahore cheapest city: State Bank of Pakistan

    KARACHI: Dispelling the impression that Islamabad is Pakistan’s costliest city, Karachi has emerged as the most expensive metropolis in the country while Lahore is the least expensive...

    According to State Bank’s Inflation Monitor, June 2016, inflation in Karachi – once known as a poor man’s city – has been at its highest level during the year, leaving the capital city of Islamabad way behind...

  • Dead body recovered from PPP lawmaker's farmhouse in Karachi's Malir

    The body of a man, who was allegedly tortured to death, was found at a farmhouse belonging to a PPP lawmaker in Karachi's Malir on Wednesday, police and the victims' relatives said...

    According to Memon Goth Station House Officer (SHO) Khalid Abbasi, Nazim Sajawal Jokhio's tortured body was found at the Jam House, PPP MPA Jam Awais' farmhouse in Malir's Jam Goth, at around 2:30pm on Wednesday...

  • Relatives of man found dead at PPP lawmaker's farmhouse stage sit-in for 2nd day in Karachi

    The relatives of a man, whose dead body was found at a farmhouse belonging to a PPP lawmaker in Karachi's Malir a day earlier, continued their protest for a second day on Thursday and demanded the arrest of those involved in the incident...

    Nazim Sajawal Jokhio's tortured body was found at the Jam House, said to be PPP MPA Jam Awais' farmhouse in Malir's Jam Goth, at around 2:30pm on Wednesday, according to Memon Goth Station House...

  • ‘Pipeline is the cheapest and safest mode for oil transportation’

    KARACHI: The country needs to minimise oil supply via road and move towards pipeline transportation in the long term, and in the meantime the government must ensure existing vehicles comply with necessary safety standards, an official of the Oil Companies Advisory Council (OCAC) said...

    “Pipeline is the cheapest, safest and securest mode of [petrol, oil and lubricants] POL transportation, but Pakistan has not been able to transform...

  • LNG: ‘cheapest’ turns costlier

    His cabinet colleague Khwaja Mohammad Asif, the minister for water and power, could not explain why if LNG was the cheapest, Nepra was criticising its power generation for being costlier than furnace oil...

  • Only the cheapest travellers are fighting airline fees

    A low-cost, low-fare carrier such as Spirit Airlines Inc makes its living on passenger fees...

    That those fees, known as non-ticket revenue, dropped by more than $2 per passenger in the first quarter, compared to a year ago, might suggest a shift in travellers’ tolerance for additional charges
  • Ministers claim securing world’s cheapest LNG imports

    ISLAMABAD: The country’s energy ministers claimed on Thursday that Pakistan had secured the world’s cheapest imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) but could not explain why its power generation was costlier than furnace oil-based electricity...

    Petroleum and Natural Resources Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said the price at which the country was importing LNG was the cheapest in the world...

  • Police lay siege to Mirza Farmhouse, withdraw amid street protests

    The 300-strong police contingent and commandos laid a siege to the Mirza Farmhouse at Maurjhar, near Badin city, but remained confined to their mobile vans and armoured personnel carriers for several hours sending messages to the armed guards they did not intend to arrest Dr Mirza...

    They said the suspects were hiding in Mirza Farmhouse to escape arrest...

  • Fehmida lashes out at CM over farmhouse siege, ‘fake’ FIRs

    BADIN: Pakistan Peoples Party MNA Dr Fehmida Mirza, who travelled from Karachi to her family’s besieged farmhouse late on Tuesday night, held a second press conference within 24 hours on Wednesday afternoon to express her resentment over “constant violations of court orders” regarding provision of security to her and her husband Dr Zulfikar Mirza...

    She told the crowded press conference at Maurjhar, a couple of kilometres from...

  • ‘Remote-controlled blast’ at farmhouse damages room

    DERA GHAZI KHAN: Suspected terrorists blew up the roof of a one-room farmhouse belonging to a relative of the Balochistan home minister in Dolli, Rujhan tehsil, in Rajanpur district...

    Sources told Dawn that the farmhouse belonged to Shah Murad Masoori Bugti, a relative of Sarfraz Bugti, located in Border Military Police precincts, 150km from here...

  • Two university students die under mysterious circumstances at farmhouse

    Two university students died under mysterious circumstances at a farmhouse in the Gulshan-e-Maymar locality of Karachi...

    Johar Husain, 24, a student of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST), and Abdul Rehman, 20, were found foaming from their mouths in their room at the farmhouse on Sunday morning, the Gulshan-e-Maymar Station House Officer (SHO) Fasih-uz-Zaman said...

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