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    Honda Civic 2005 Modified In Pakistan

  • Civic’s new model earns Honda Rs5bn before launch

    KARACHI: As many as 5,000 prospective buyers have booked Honda Civic’s tenth generation model by depositing Rs1 million each for the vehicle, translating into five billion rupees for the company so far from bookings alone...

    “Out of the total bookings, 80 per cent new Civic orders are from buyers in Punjab and northern areas,” CEO Honda Quaideen and Honda Drive In off Rashid Minhas Road, Shabbir Alibhai said while talking to Dawn... ...

  • NA body briefed on genetically modified crops

    ISLAMABAD: The Nat­ional Assembly’s Standing Committee on National Food Security and Research on Thursday was briefed on the prospects for the introduction of genetically modified (GM) food crops in the country...

    The report enlisted the consequences that have health and environment impact as per stakeholder and would also hit exports since a major corn oil producer now marketing its product in Pakistan had conveyed to authorities...

  • NA body briefed on genetically modified crops

    ISLAMABAD: The Nat­ional Assembly’s Standing Committee on National Food Security and Research on Thursday was briefed on the prospects for the introduction of genetically modified (GM) food crops in the country...

    The report enlisted the consequences that have health and environment impact as per stakeholder and would also hit exports since a major corn oil producer now marketing its product in Pakistan had conveyed to authorities...

  • Senators allege bribery as development portfolio modified post budget

    ISLAMABAD: A Senate Panel on Monday termed as ‘bribery’ the induction of 42 projects in the development portfolio after the approval of the federal budget 2019-20 by the parliament and took strong exception to non-cooperation of the Ministry of Planning in investigating the matter...

    A three-member sub-committee led by Mir Kabir Ahmad Shahi and comprising Usman Kakar and Eng Rukhsana Zubairi was constituted by the Senate Standing...
  • 2005: When Pakistan and Israel explored closer bilateral ties

    When Pakistan first explored the possibility of normalising relations with Israel, former Israeli foreign minister Silvan Shalom assured Islamabad that Israel never participated in any plan with India to take out the country’s nuclear assets...

    In an interview at the UN headquarters in New York on September 19, 2005, Shalom also told this correspondent that “never in the last 58 years Israel considered Pakistan an enemy” and had...

  • Honda to invest $100m to raise output

    KARACHI: Atlas Honda Limited (AHL), a joint venture of Atlas Group and Honda Motor Company, will invest $100 million for expansion of its motorcycle operations in Pakistan...

    Out of total investment, around 50 million will be invested directly by Atlas Honda followed by $30 million by Atlas Honda’s associated companies and a further $20 million by the company’s parts suppliers to expand their own respective facilities...

  • Honda bikes selling on black market in Karachi

    KARACHI: Buyers of Honda bike models 70cc and 125cc are being asked for premiums by certain authorised dealers of Karachi for the last two and a half years despite record production by Atlas Honda Limited (AHL)...

    Some authorised showroom owners of Honda at Akbar Road have these bikes on display but are refusing buyers to sell these for cash on spot and are taking at least 15-30 days in delivery to the prospective buyers after...

  • Shell, Total, PSO fuel harms engines: Honda

    ISLAMABAD: The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) said on Thursday it would investigate a complaint that fuel suppliers including local units of Shell and Total as well as Pakistan State Oil (PSO) had added manganese to their gasoline...

    Honda Motor Co’s Pakistan subsidiary, Honda Atlas Cars (Pakistan) Ltd, filed the complaint, saying the additive appeared to be damaging engines in its vehicles...

  • Honda complaint fuels confusion

    KARACHI: Auto assemblers and oil industry executives expressed confusion over the complaint filed by Honda Atlas that petrol in Pakistan carries higher-than-recommended levels of manganese additive, which is damaging its engines...

    5L Turbo Civic, blaming ‘low-quality petrol’Honda engines are Euro IV class, meaning their fuel requirements are more refined...

  • Oil companies threaten to move against Honda

    ISLAMABAD: The Oil Compa­nies Advisory Council (OCAC) — a representative body of around a dozen oil marketing companies (OMCs) and refineries — threatened Honda Pakistan on Wednes­day to withdraw its complaint about the alleged sale of low-quality fuel in the market or face legal action...

    But OCAC’s difficulties appeared to have been compounded by question marks raised from within its ranks when one of its key members – Hascol...

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