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  • Rabaish, Imran help Zone-III pile up 406-7

    KARACHI: Centuries from openers Rabaish Ahmed and Imran Shah enabled Zone-III to amass a commanding total of 406-7 declared against Zone-VII in their third-round fixture of the Karachi region in the PCB Regional Inter-district U-19 Cricket Championship on Tuesday...

    Zone-III, who closed their first innings at 66 overs, were also served well by Azam Khan who spanked 10 fours and one six in his 63-ball knock of 70...

  • Hussain’s deadly spell sinks Zone-III

    KARACHI: Leg-spinner Hussain Ali grabbed five wickets for just nine runs to help Zone-IV whip Zone-III by 10 wickets in their Division-I match of the KCCA Under-15 Inter-zonal Cricket Tournament here on Wednesday...

    Zone-III, batting first at the Pak Star Ground, were bundled out for 66 in 13...

  • LHC vacates Bahria Town's stay on construction of Lahore Ring Road's Southern Loop-III

    Vacating a stay on the construction of Lahore Ring Road's Southern Loop-III, which had been issued on property developer Bahria Town's plea, the Lahore High Court (LHC) has given the Punjab government permission to begin construction on the project...

    Meanwhile, assistant advocate general Punjab and commissioner Lahore informed the court that construction on the project will be completed by December now that the stay had been...

  • Kings, Sultans on fire as bowlers dominate first leg in PSL III

    WITH Karachi Kings beating Lahore Qalandars comprehensively by 27 runs, the first quarter of Pakistan Super League (PSL) comes to an end in Dubai with, unsurprisingly, the ball having dominated the bat so far...

    However, both Karachi Kings and new entrants Multan Sultans have put up an outstanding show thus far and have impressed the fans as well as the critics with their performance...

  • PCB expecting $5m profit from PSL III, says Sethi

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi on Monday termed the third edition of Pakistan Super League a success story and said it has generated an earning of over five million US dollars...

    Speaking to media after attending National Assembly Standing Comm­ittee on Inter-provincial Coordination (IPC) here at the Parliament House, the PCB chief said that in the second edition of PSL, the earning was close to three...
  • Regulator imposes Rs5m fine on Genco-III

    ISLAMABAD: The Nati­onal Electric Power Regu­latory Authority (Nepra) on Thursday imposed Rs5 million fine on state-owned Northern Power Generation Company Ltd (Genco-III) on account of negligence in maintenance of a key switchyard that caused a major power breakdown in Punjab and Khyber Pukhtunkhwa early this year...

    Nepra blamed the Genco-III for its inability to ensure necessary maintenance of 220 kV switchyard of Thermal Power...

  • Ban on land transfers in Zone III lifted after PM’s orders

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration to lift the ban on private land transfers in Zone III, imposed to stop unauthorised construction in that area...

    New construction is not permitted in Zone III under the CDA’s zoning regulations, and owners of old houses may only renovate or expand their homes...

  • Murad tells centre to fund K-IV, S-III, not micro-level projects

    HYDERABAD: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has urged the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government to fund megaprojects like K-IV and S-III instead of making allocations to the federal government’s Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for micro-level works in the provincial constituencies...

    He dismissed the impression that a war was going on between the Sindh government and media over flooding in Karachi...

  • Chinese firm offers 2,000 electric buses for Karachi under $600m project

    KARACHI: A Chinese company has offered an over $600 million transport project involving over 2,000 electric buses to solve the issues being faced by the metropolis commuters...

    Briefing the media persons after the meeting, the mayor said that situation / condition of the public transport in the city was pathetic and if this project, which would be evaluated and examined, was materialised, it could solve the transport issues of...

  • Japan out as China emerges new contender in Karachi Circular Railway project

    ISLAMABAD: China will now cooperate with the Sindh government to help it revive the long-delayed Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) within three years under a recently signed memorandum of understanding, the Senate’s Standing Com­mittee on Planning and Development was informed on Monday...

    Briefing the committee, Planning Secretary Shoaib Siddiqui said the Rs270 billion project was to be completed with the assistance of the Japan...

  • Sindh contributing no funds to Karachi water project

    55 billion Greater Karachi Bulk Water Supply Scheme K-IV against its committed share of Rs12...

    Under an agreement reached between the centre and Sindh and approved by the National Economic Council (NEC) in June last year, the two governments are required to meet financial cost of the project on an equal basis — Rs12...

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