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  • Green Line Train fare reduced

    The fare from Islamabad to Lahore will be Rs1,500, it will be Rs2,300 for Khanewal, Rs2,800 for Bahawalpur, Rs4,100 for Rohri and Rs5,000 for Hyderabad, said a spokesperson on Thursday...

    Similarly, the single journey fare from Karachi to Hyderabad will be Rs550, to Rohri Rs1,990, to Bahawalpur Rs3,500, to Khanewal Rs3,800 and to Lahore Rs5,000...

  • Private airlines’ CEOs called over fare hike

    KARACHI: The Competi­tion Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has ordered the chief executive officers of private airlines to submit information about what it called the recent unreasonable increase in air fares and appear before an in­­quiry committee on Thursday...

    The order was passed on Tuesday as part of the inquiry initiated under Section 37 of the Competition Act into the alleged unreasonable increa­­se in air fares by private airlines...
  • 40 bus drivers held for charging high fare

    He said that the committee comprising officials of the local administration and Levies and representatives of local transporters observed that the transporters were charging between Rs800 and Rs1,100 from the passengers who travelled from Peshawar to Khar instead of the official fare of Rs480...

    He said that action against the transporters would continue and the administration would ensure that they followed the official fare list...

  • Girls fare better than boys in intermediate results

    BAHAWALPUR: The Bahawalpur Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) on Friday announced results of the annual intermediate examination 2015...

    The overall top position was secured by Iraj Siddique of Punjab College for Women, Rahim Yar Khan, by achieving 1,031 marks
  • At the box office: How did Bin Roye, Wrong No and Bajrangi Bhaijaan fare?

    This Eid had us all asking: which movies shall we watch?We were spoiled for choice as two local films, Mahira Khan-Humayun Saeed starrer Bin Roye and Yasir Nawaz’s directorial debut, Wrong Number were set to air alongside Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan...

    While some opted to watch one or the other, a fair number of people made the most of the long weekend and saw all three
  • Canapé shakes it up with its take on fast food fare

    ISLAMABAD: Call them ‘monster shakes’, ‘freak shakes’ or ‘crazy shakes’, it was high time Islamabad caught up with the rest of the world and gave the humble milkshake an up-do...

    With Canapé, the mother-daughter duo, Rafia Aamer Kiani and Abeer Wahaj, have set out to do just that
  • Irritating micromanagement: How did KP fare in 2015?

    PESHAWAR: After a near-decade of death and destruction triggered by militancy, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa heaved a sigh of relief, in large part, due to Zarb-i-Azb in the militants’ last bastion of North Waziristan...

    There has been considerable improvement in law and order and security across the province, bringing in its wake some sense of normalcy to the lives of people ravaged by incessant bombings and suicide bombings
  • PR offers fare cut for Eid travellers

    LAHORE: Except for Green Line, commuters opting to travel by trains on Eidul Azha and the following day will pay 25pc less than the normal fares...

    A decision to the effect was taken at a meeting of Pakistan Railways senior officials held at its headquarters here on Sunday
  • COLUMN: “O Lahore! How do you fare without me?”

    IT is interesting that Muslim Arabs invaded both Sindh and Spain practically at the same time in the early 8th century, though the political dynamics of the two events are very different, as is the subsequent career of the invaders and of the regions...

    But there is another curious coincidence of chronology: in the first decades of the 11th century when the Ghaznavids were consolidating their expanding hold over Punjab and adjacent...
  • Cafe serves an innovative take on standard fare

    ISLAMABAD: Located on the second and third floors of the new Ensemble Plaza in F-8, ‘#Social’ recently opened its doors to the public...

    One has to climb a narrow column of stairs to the first floor of the plaza to get to the cafe, with clear glass doors opening into a dimly lit room with faux graffiti on its walls and a few seating places scattered around a small space
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