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  • SC wants 35,000 amenity plots in city cleared of encroachments within two months

    KARACHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Karachi Development Authority (KDA) to remove encroachments from around 35,000 amenity plots in the city within two months...

    Expressing dissatisfaction with a compliance report filed by the KDA director general on an earlier court order, a two-judge bench of the SC headed by Justice Gulzar Ahmed also directed the KDA officials to immediately cancel the illegal allotments of such...

  • Garden Club, Friends Club and City Sports win

    KARACHI: Garden Club, City Sports and Friends Club beat their respective rivals on Friday at the Abdul Razzak Arain Ramzan Night Rocball Tournament 2015 which is being played at the Mini Sports Complex, Nazimabad...

    The first semifinal will see City School facing Drigh Road Club while the second semifinal will feature Friends Club against Ghazi Club...

  • City Sports clinch rocball title

    KARACHI: City Sports put up a dazzling display here on Saturday to beat Ghazi Club 2-0 and win the Abdul Razzak Arain Ramzan Night Rocball Tournament 2015 which was played at the Mini Sports Complex, Nazimabad...

  • President inaugurates sports city in Narowal

    “Pakistan was in the grip of terrorism, but its people put an end to it with the cooperation of the army and at the cost of thousands of lives,” the president said at the inauguration ceremony of National Sports City here...

    The government was also planning a positive future for the youth, and a project like the National Sports City here was nowhere to be seen in Pakistan...

  • NAB summons PML-N leader to appear today in sports city case

    ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Ahsan Iqbal on Monday for recording his statement in a multi-billion-rupee case relating to the controversial Sports City Project in Narowal...

    Mr Iqbal has been accused of using funds of the federal government and the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) for a sports city being established in Narowal...

  • NAB summons PML-N leader to appear today in sports city case

    ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Ahsan Iqbal on Monday for recording his statement in a multi-billion-rupee case relating to the controversial Sports City Project in Narowal...

    Mr Iqbal has been accused of using funds of the federal government and the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) for a sports city being established in Narowal...

  • Ahsan wants PM implicated in Narowal sports city case

    ISLAMABAD: Former interior minister Ahsan Iqbal on Monday called for Imran Khan to be implicated in the Narowal Sports City (NSC) case, alleging that ever since the prime minister stopped releasing funds, the cost of the project increased manifold...

    Mr Iqbal was talking to the media after he was produced by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), which arrested him in December 2019 for alleged corruption in the project, before...

  • New York exhibition plots rise of global fashion

    The city also has very strong clothing and manufacturing industries, and since the 1980s has been creating its own designs...

    Slightly surprisingly, the curators also included Kiev, despite the Ukranian revolution, with a special nod to Daria Shapovalova, who has worked tirelessly to put her city on the fashion map...

  • IHC cancels plots allotted to the ‘privileged and influential’

    ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday scrapped federal government housing ventures in sectors F-14 and F-15 of the capital, where members of the judiciary, powerful bureaucrats, influential lawyers and journalists were among the beneficiaries...

    Deciding petitions filed against the acquisition of land for these sectors, the court asked the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to take over the under-developed housing...

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