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  • ID cards, domiciles received by Afghan DPs since 2000 to be checked

    QUETTA: The government has decided to check national identity cards and local and domicile certificates issued since 2000 in Balochistan to find out how many Afghan refugees have been issued these national documents illegally...

    Read: Afghan refugees in Balochistan seeking asylum abroad: UNHCR“All NICs and other documents issued since 2000 till now would be scrutinised by agencies concerned in Balochistan,” a senior official of the...

  • London flat was declared under 2000 tax amnesty scheme: Imran's lawyer

    Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, in a statement submitted before the Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday, has clarified that his London flat was not mentioned in his tax returns but was declared through a tax amnesty scheme in 2000 and subsequently appeared in his election nomination papers for 2002...

    Clarifying his stance on the court's request, Bokhari stated that the money for the Bani Gala property was transferred...

  • Musharraf agreed in 2000 to low-key UN resolutions on Kashmir: US cable

    WASHINGTON: A US State Department cable declassified this week shows that in May 2000 the Musharraf government was willing to “low-key” UN resolutions on Kashmir to improve relations with India...

    A passage about this is included in a secret cable the US Embassy in Pakistan sent to Washington after a two-hour long, one-to-one meeting between then Foreign Minister Abdul Sattar and US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs...

  • Sydney stadia get biggest overhaul since 2000 Olympics

    SYDNEY: Australia's most populous state on Friday announced what it called the biggest investment in Sydney's sporting and events infrastructure since the 2000 Olympics, with construction of a new 30,000-seat stadium a priority...

    More than Aus$1 billion (US$697 million) will be set aside for the stadia network, with plans for a new 50,000-55,000-seat stadium at Moore Park near the Sydney CBD in addition to a new 30,000-seat arena at...

  • 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...

  • 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...

    Sources said the company has already started the process of localisation of parts for the new 660cc car with local vendors...

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