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  • A culture of greed: How CDA is destroying Islamabad's environment

    The Capital Development Authority (CDA) in Islamabad has recently announced plans to expand the Islamabad Highway (from Zero Point to Rawat) to five lanes on each side, felling around 300 fully-grown trees in the process...

    Such is the developmental belligerence of the CDA that this time, it has not even bothered getting any approval from the Pakistan Environment Protection Agency before launching the highway expansion project... ...

  • Islamabad evictions: The CDA needs a scalpel, not a bulldozer

    With the grave insufficiency of star power, DJs and political party flags fluttering in the wind, the desperate slum-dwellers of I-11 Islamabad may be embroiled in one of the least popular struggles this country has ever had the privilege of ignoring...

    The Capital Development Authority (CDA), with the efforts of police and rangers, has begun a massive operation of razing a large slum that is home to some 864 families, or more than...

  • CDA may start ‘Orange Line’ in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: The city’s managers may start an ‘Orange Line’ track in the federal capital, the first rail-based mass rapid transit system in the city...

    An official of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) said that Islamabad mayor and acting CDA chief Sheikh Anser Aziz, Member Planning Asad Mehboob Kayani and other officers on Saturday went to Lahore to get information about the Lahore orange line project...

  • Islamabad zoo taken away from CDA

    ISLAMABAD: The tug-of-war between the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and the Islamabad Metropolitan Corporation (IMC) over the control of Marghazar Zoo, Lake View Park and F-9 Park ended on Monday after the prime minister ordered CDA to hand over control of these facilities to the IMC...

    Mayor Sheikh Anser Aziz had overtly criticised the CDA for not handing administrative control of these three income-generating facilities to the...

  • Boundary walls put CDA at odds with Islamabad universities

    ISLAMABAD: Two leading universities in the capital are at odds with the Capital Development Authority (CDA) over the construction of boundary walls on their campuses...

    Despite efforts, Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) and International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) could not construct proper walls around their campuses...

  • CDA handed over to Islamabad’s mayor

    ISLAMABAD: The tug of war between the CDA and the Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) reached a logical conclusion on Tuesday when the federal government placed the former under the administrative control of the mayor...

    “Besides the post of mayor, I have been given the charge of the chairman CDA,” Mayor Sheikh Ansar Aziz told Dawn...

  • Islamabad ‘the second most beautiful capital’, boasts CDA

    ISLAMABAD: For the last a few days, the citizens have felt a pleasant surprise by looking at a billboard which declares Islamabad as the second most beautiful capital of the world...

    Naeem Ahmed, a resident of Islamabad, said he was driving on the Islamabad Highway along with his family when he saw the board at I-8 Chowk...

  • ‘Get rid of Christians, keep Islamabad clean’: CDA’s Donald Trump moment

    From the makers of the I-11 human rights catastrophe that left thousands homeless, comes a reinvigorated drive to not only keep Islamabad beautiful, but also dependably and homogeneously Muslim...

    In a bid to garner legal support for its slum demolition drive in Islamabad, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) submitted a report to the Supreme Court, lamenting the Christian community’s alleged takeover of the government’s territory,...

  • NAB chairman hints at action against CDA officials in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is mulling action against officials of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) whose negligence or connivance led to encroachments on state land in the city...

    NAB Chairman retired Justice Javed Iqbal while addressing a function at the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) on Tuesday hinted at initiating action against those officials who allegedly helped encroachments to...

  • Zimbabwe trade union marches to demand jobs

    HARARE: Around 200 hundred people from Zimbabwe’s main trade union on Saturday marched to government offices in Harare to demand that President Robert Mugabe fix the ailing economy and fulfil an election promise to create over 2 million jobs...

    Addressing the workers, ZCTU leader George Nkiwane said Mugabe’s ZANU-PF government must fulfil its election promise to create over 2m jobs because “we haven’t seen any single job that has been...

  • Forget merit, PML-N lawmakers to ‘oblige’ voters with jobs

    GUJRAT: PML-N lawmakers from Gujrat are being given a special quota in the hundreds of Grade 4 jobs in different departments of the district government allegedly at the behest of the provincial government...

    Official sources told Dawn that around 2,000 jobs Grade 1 to 4, which had already been advertised by health, education, agriculture and livestock departments, Tehsil Municipal Administration and the district council, would be...

  • China steel capacity reduction to cut 0.4m jobs

    MANILA: China’s plan to cut its steel production capacity by 100-150 million tonnes will lead to the loss of up to 400,000 jobs, the official Xin­hua news agency reported...

    China will raise funds to help workers should they lose their jobs when coal and steel firms close amid campaigns to cut overcapacity, according to Xinhua...

  • Auto vendors create 150,000 jobs this year

    KARACHI: Around 125,000-150,000 new jobs (direct and indirect) were created by 1,600 auto vending units during the last one year after opening of jobs at local auto assembling plants of cars, light and heavy commercial vehicles and two wheelers...

    Vice Chairman, Pakistan Association of Automobile Parts and Accessories Manufacturers (PAAPAM), Mehmood Alam Sherani, said for each job created at the vehicle assembling units, around 80 to...

  • Jobs and ‘jihad’

    Pakistan needs jobs and Saudi Arabia provides them; in exchange, it is not just the toiling bodies of young Pakistani men that are offered up to squeeze the oil from the kingdom’s largesse but also their minds...

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