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  • Heatwave in India kills 800 as capital's roads melt

    HYDERABAD: At least 800 people have died in a major heatwave that has swept across India, melting roads in New Delhi as temperatures neared 50 degrees Celsius...

    Streets were deserted in Hyderabad, capital of the worst-hit state of Andhra Pradesh in southern India where 551 people have died in the last week...

  • Glaciers melt to lowest level on record: study

    PARIS: Glaciers worldwide have shrunk to levels not seen in 120 years of record-keeping, with melt-off accelerating in the first decade of the 21st century, according to a study released on Monday...

    More than a billion people, especially in Asia and South America, get more than half of their drinking water from the seasonal melting of snow melt and glacier ice, previous research has shown...

  • The Melt effect

    KARACHI: German jazz band Melt Trio collaborated with the students and faculty of the National Academy of Performing Arts (Napa) on Saturday evening at an event meant to bridge cultures of the two countries through the art of music...

    The Melt Trio –– Peter Meyer (guitar), Bernhard Meyer (bass) and Mauritz Baumgartner (drums) –– appeared on stage with Napa students...

  • Water shortage apprehensions subside after early snow melt forecast

    ISLAMABAD: Fears of an acute water shortage in the Kharif cropping season have subsided as the Indus River System Authority (Irsa) now believes that the water shortfall will be limited to April only...

    At a meeting of Irsa’s advisory committee on Friday, its chairperson Syed Mazhar Ali Shah concluded that while there would be an 18 per cent water shortfall in the early Kharif weeks it would be limited to April and would be followed by an...
  • Thousands marooned after glacier melt flooding in GB

    GILGIT: With large swathes of cultivated and other land coming under water, floodwaters and landslides blocking several vital roads and thousands of people getting marooned, flooding caused by rapid melting of glaciers has wreaked havoc across Gilgit-Baltistan...

    Two people were killed when a family was hit by floodwaters, sources said on Thursday
  • Hell and ice water: Glacier melt threatens Pakistan's future

    But repercussions of the Shisper glacier surge extend far beyond its path: The mighty Indus River is reliant on seasonal melt for more than half of its flow and changes in Pakistan's ice fields affect this...

    But a third of the glaciers here are expected to melt by 2100, endangering the lives of hundreds of millions, according to this year's Hindu Kush-Himalaya Assessment Report...

  • Textile manufacturers disappointed

    LAHORE: The large-scale textile manufacturers on Friday rejected the budget for fiscal year 2015-16 as disappointing, saying that it did not contain any measure to help them reduce their cost of doing business and become competitive in the global markets...

    Speaking at a news conference, All Pakistan Textile Manufacturers Association (Aptma) Chairman S...

  • Sports goods manufacturers demand incentive package, ‘football village’

    SIALKOT: Sports goods manufacturers and exporters on Friday demanded a special incentives package for the Sialkot-based industry, with special focus on setting up a ‘football village’ with training and development facilities...

    Meeting a group of journalists, leading manufacturers and exporters from the north-eastern city in Punjab said the sports goods industry is in dire need of government patronage...

  • ‘Food manufacturers, hotels ordered to use iodised salt’

    Senior officials said they had planned a campaign against food manufacturers, outlets and eateries not using the iodised salt...

    “We have given a month’s time to the food manufacturers, hotels and shop owners to process or use iodised salt otherwise legal action will be taken against them,” said Dr Aijaz...

  • Tobacco manufacturers lobby to scuttle govt’s decision

    ISLAMABAD: The tobacco manufacturers are lobbying to stop the implementation of the government decision to have pictorial warning on 85 per cent of cigarette packets...

    At a meeting held on Thursday evening, the tobacco growers, manufacturers and other stakeholders spent hours to convince Minister for National Health Services (NHS) Saira Afzal Tarar that the decision on the pictorial warning was not in the best interest of the...

  • Urea manufacturers seek extension in export deadline

    KARACHI: Fertiliser manufacturers have asked the government to extend the urea export deadline to December, which will help them dispose of their surplus production...

    The government allowed local manufacturers to export 300,000 tonnes of urea by the end of April...

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