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  • Sindh govt to replace Metropole Hotel with modern park for children, elderly

    KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has decided to acquire the Metropole Hotel land to prevent the construction of a high-rise on its place and instead develop a modern park for children and elderly people...

    He also decided to acquire a portion of the Sindh Club on the corner for widening of the left turning of the road from the Metropole Hotel towards Clifton to ease traffic flow...

  • PFA seals food outlets, fines hotel in Murree

    MURREE: The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) on Saturday imposed a fine on hotels and restaurants and sealed food outlets in Murree for unhygienic, sub-standard kitchens and other violations...

    In one such raid at a hotel, the PFA team was maltreated, leading to the arrest of four members of the management...

  • Indian BSF resorts to unprovoked shelling in Sialkot: ISPR

    SIALKOT: Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) on Sunday evening resorted to unprovoked shelling across the Working Boundary in Shakargarh, to which Pakistan Rangers retaliated accordingly, said a statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR)...

    The ISPR said an appropriate response from Pakistan Rangers resulted in a halt in firing from across the border...

  • BSF resorts to firing at border villages

    SIALKOT: The Indian Border Security Forces resorted to unprovoked intensified heavy firing on Sialkot border villages in Charwah sector of the Sialkot Working Boundary late on Friday, according to Chenab Rangers officials...

    The firing remained continued for whole night where they targeted the civilian population in Charwah sector
  • Lawyer resorts to aerial fire to scare away protesting labourers

    FAISALABAD: Infuriated over road blockage by protesting labourers, a lawyer resorted to aerial firing at a busy intersection here on Tuesday in the presence of elite force and traffic wardens to get the road cleared...

    Instead of arresting the gun-toting lawyer, elite force personnel present on the spot allegedly played the role of silent spectators
  • Govt asked to turn Chitral forts into tourist resorts

    “Nearly all the forts in Gilgit-Baltistan, including Altit, Baltit, Skardu, Shigar and Khaplu, are not only open to the tourists but they have been turned into resorts for tourists’ stay,” he said...

    “If you conceal your old places and forts, then it means that you kept your history and culture obscured to them,” he said, adding if Khaplu palace can be converted into a hotel, then why not that of Chitral...

  • Murree with a curry: Pakistan alcohol booms

    RAWALPINDI: At Murree Brewery, home of Pakistan's national lager, vintage copper boilers belch odorous fumes as they churn out 10 million litres of beer each year...

    Whether it's beer produced by the crateful in Murree's venerable red brick brewery ? opposite the powerful army's headquarters in Rawalpindi ? or wine discreetly fermented in a bedroom, alcohol sales are booming in "teetotalitarian" Pakistan...

  • Murree with a curry: alcohol sales boom in 'teetotalitarian' Pakistan

    RAWALPINDI: At Murree Brewery, home of Pakistan's national lager, vintage copper boilers belch odorous fumes as they churn out 10 million litres of beer each year...

    Whether it's beer produced by the crateful in Murree's venerable red brick brewery ? opposite the powerful army's headquarters in Rawalpindi ? or wine discreetly fermented in a bedroom, alcohol sales are booming in "teetotalitarian" Pakistan...

  • Murree with a curry: Pakistan alcohol booms

    RAWALPINDI: At Murree Bre­wery, home of Pakistan’s national lager, vintage copper boilers belch odorous fumes as they churn out 10 million litres of beer each year...

    Whether it’s beer produced by the crateful in Murree’s venerable red brick brewery — close to the powerful army’s headquarters in Rawa­lpindi — or wine discreetly fermented in a bedroom, alcohol sales are booming in ‘teetotalitarian’ Pakistan...

  • Online hotel booking in Pakistan ‘set to grow’

    KARACHI: When it comes to hotel room booking, Wi-fi is a deal-breaker with 68 per cent of visitors asking for this amenity, followed by 24pc looking for swimming pools and 8pc searching for air-conditioned rooms, according to a report released by hotel booking website Jovago...

    Speaking at the launch of the report, Jovago Managing Direc­tor Nadine Malik said Pakistan’s hospitality industry is set to grow in the years to come and the...

  • Pakistan condemns hotel siege in Mali

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Saturday strongly condemned the terrorist attack and hostage-taking at Radisson-Blu Hotel at Bamako in Mali...

    At least 22 people were killed during the nine-hour siege of the hotel on Friday...

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