Pakistan News

    Multan Food Street

  • Pindi’s Bank Road revamped as food street

    RAWALPINDI: As the sun began to set over the garrison city, Bank Road in Saddar came alive with the sound of music and the delicious smells wafting from the various food stalls...

    The Bank Road was declared a walking street last week, with the completion of the Saddar food street project...

  • Bangkok bans its street food

    BANGKOK: Authorities in Thailand’s capital are banishing its world-famous street-food vendors as part of a clean-up drive by the military government, outraging foodies and threatening the livelihoods of the road-side cooks...

    Thailand’s street-food hawkers whip up tasty delights, from noodles and fried rice to oyster omelettes, in the blink of an eye, often with little more than a gas-cannister kitchen on a cart...

  • 14 photos that prove Pakistani street food is the absolute best

    Be prepared to venture away from the upscale atmosphere of restaurants for a taste of mouthwatering street food...

    Here's our top picks from the many fantastic photos of 'Street Foods' submitted to us on Instagram through our #DawnWeeklyProject:In our weekly project, we give photographers on Instagram a chance to have their pictures featured on our Instagram account as well as our website...

  • SHC irked by road closure for food street businesses

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court on Thursday directed a provincial law officer to produce till March 31 a report about closure of roads in any city of the world and country for setting up food streets...

    A two-judge bench headed by Justice Syed Hasan Azhar Rizvi expressed its resentment over closure of a portion of Burns Road daily in the evening to facilitate businesses in a food street, disturbing the traffic flow...

  • Robot serves food at Multan pizzeria

    MULTAN: A pizzeria in Multan has suddenly become the focus of consumers’ attention, and not particularly because of aromas and tastes...

    The reason: a rob­otic waitress is wandering about the restaurant and serving food to the diners...

  • ‘Sustainable food production, rational fertiliser use leads to food security’

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan can achieve food security through sustainable food production, food experts at a lecture titled ‘Food Security and Need for Good Agricultural Practices in Crop Production’ said on Monday...

    “Food security is one of the bigger challenges facing the world today,” Charge d’ Affaires at the Embassy of the Netherlands Renate Pors said, adding that though the Netherlands was a small country, it focuses on achieving food...

  • Punjab Food Authority to take steps for provision of quality food items

    RAWALPINDI: Punjab Food Authority (PFA) will declare Rawalpindi as the model city for food safety and measures will be taken so people can get quality food items in the market...

    Talking to Dawn, PFA Chairman Umer Tanveer Butt said the provincial food authority was taking measures for provision of quality food to people including milk, meat and other edibles in the open market...

  • World food prices hit 10-year peak: UN food agency

    World food prices rose for a second consecutive month in September to reach a 10-year peak, driven by gains for cereals and vegetable oils, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday...

    The Rome-based Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) also projected record global cereal production in 2021, but said this would be outpaced by forecast consumption...

  • Gang involved in street crime busted

    ISLAMABAD: The Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) of the capital police have busted a gang involved in street crimes and recovered vehicle, valuables, and weapons, police said on Saturday...

    During interrogation they confessed to their involvement in several cases of street crime in the areas of Ramana, Margalla, Shalimar, Aabpara police stations in Islamabad and Rawalpindi while further investigation is underway from them...

  • Rise in street crime in Karachi in first 10 days of Ramazan

    KARACHI: As law enforcement agencies count successes in ongoing operation against terrorists, banned outfits and militant wings of political and religious organisations, Karachiites face a sudden rise in street crimes, which has cost four lives so far during the first 10 days of Ramazan and raised fears for the days ahead...

    The rise in street crimes was sharply felt when the recent crime rate in Ramazan was compared with the trend...

  • More
Back to top