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  • 5 bombs found near Jamshoro's Mehran University, defused

    A Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) on Wednesday morning defused five bombs found near the entrance of the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology (MUET) in Jamshoro...

    The vice chancellor at Mehran University, Prof Dr Aslam Uqaili, said that the unknown suspects had been unable to plant the bombs within the university's premises due to internal security measures...

  • CNG-fitted Mehran bows out

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki Motor Company Ltd has discontinued the booking of CNG-fitted Mehran variants from July 10, according to a letter that the company recently sent to its dealers...

    “Keeping in view the current low demand for CNG vehicles, the company has decided to discontinue all CNG variants of Suzuki Mehran,” it said...

  • Is it time to say goodbye to the Suzuki Mehran?

    Some 31 years ago, engineers at Suzuki Motors Japan developed the second generation of Suzuki Alto, better known to us as the ‘Suzuki Mehran’...

    While globally the lifespan of the first generation Alto (or FX) was between 1979 and 1983, and that of its second generation model (Mehran) was from 1984 to 1988, the FX was available in Pakistan from 1983 to 1988, while the Mehran, which appeared with an Alto badge in 1989, is still...

  • Chinese general visits PNS Mehran

    KARACHI: General Fan Changlong, vice chairman of the central military commission of People’s Republic of China, accompanied by a 24-member delegation, was welcomed by the commander of Karachi, Vice Admiral Syed Arifullah Hussaini, on his arrival at the PNS Mehran during an official visit to Pakistan...

    Published in Dawn, November 14th, 2015On a mobile phone? Get the Dawn Mobile App: Apple Store | Google Play...

  • Pak Suzuki to replace Mehran with 660cc Alto

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki has announced its plans to start local production of Suzuki Alto 660cc by 2018 to replace its iconic Mehran 800cc...

    Pak Suzuki had discontinued Suzuki FX 800cc in 1988 and introduced Mehran which had not seen any turbulence in its sale trend despite influx of used imported cars of 660-1,000cc...

  • PSMCL to discontinue Mehran VX from end November

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMCL) has finally decided to discontinue Mehran VX model from end of November due to its thin demand as compared to the hot-selling VXR model...

    Pakistan Association of Automotive Parts and Accessories Manufacturers Senior Vice Chairman Mohammad Ashraf Sheikh foresees “no big loss to the vending industry due to production closure of Mehran VX...

  • Shangla high school without building since 2005 earthquake

    Built in 1996 the high school had developed big cracks as a result of 2005 earthquake and it was demolished in 2010 after the Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (Erra) declared it unsafe for students...

    Aurang Zeb, an official of the planning and development department, told this correspondent that about 204 schools were demolished when Erra declared them unsafe for students after the 2005 earthquake...

  • School in Shangla village remains incomplete since 2005

    SHANGLA: The residents of Ranzro village in Chakesar tehsil here have demanded of the provincial government to order completion of the lone government primary school for boys which has been left incomplete by the contractor since 2005...

    Shaukat Ali, the contractor, told Dawn he had taken contract of the school in 2005 at Rs500,000, which was too low, forcing him to leave the work halfway...

  • IAAF bans 28 after 2005, 2007 world champions’ retests

    LONDON: The IAAF has initiated disciplinary action against 28 athletes after they retested samples from the 2005 and 2007 world championships with new technology that can uncover previously unde­tectable substances and found 32 adverse doping cases...

    The tests were the second for samples from the 2005 world championships in Helsinki...

  • 2005 quake: little to show for billions spent on rebuilding

    ISLAMABAD: Despite the billions supposedly spent on the reconstruction of areas wrecked by the Kashmir earthquake of 2005, on ground development does not reflect much improvement...

    Although it contained no details on the number of projects started in other areas devastated by the 2005 quake, the report gave a breakdown of the money spent in each district...

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