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  • Dry weather to continue for next 10 days

    ISLAMABAD: The thick blanket of clouds over most of the Potohar region – including Islamabad and Rawalpindi – resulted in a drop in daytime temperatures, but the clouds drifted east without any precipitation...

    The cold, dry weather conditions are likely to continue for another 10 days...

  • Weather may worsen in coming days: Met office

    LAHORE: The punishing heatwave baking the plains of the country intensified on Saturday as the meteorological department said temperatures could rise further in the next two to three days...

    But there were some refreshing breaks against the harsh weather mainly in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and upper parts of the country as intervening westerly waves generated mild weather through rain and dust storms...

  • Nasa launches next-generation weather satellite

    LOS ANGELES: Nasa on Saturday launched a next-generation satellite into space designed to monitor weather around the world and help improve forecasts...

    The satellite, called the Joint Polar Satellite Sys­tem-1 (JPSS-1), is a joint venture between the US space agency and the Nat­ional Oceanic and Atmos­pheric Administration (NOAA), which provides weather reports and forecasts...

  • Same weather next month: Met Office

    ISLAMABAD: Weak African High – the term used by meteorologists for strong winds coming from East Africa through the Middle East to southern Balochistan – has helped slow down inflow of warm winds in the country...

    The western winds not only made the weather conditions pleasant in the twin cities with traces of rainfall in Rawalpindi on Friday but many areas of north and west of the country received rainfall...

  • Despite the weather, Islamabad Carnival draws crowds

    ISLAMABAD: Despite Sunday’s high temperatures, 11-year-old Habibullah seemed more than willing to tolerate the heat as he took in the rides and activities at the Islamabad Carnival 2016, at the Arts and Craft Village in Shakarparian...

    Samiullah, his father, agreed that the event was interesting, but didn’t seem convinced it was worth the hot weather, saying it was too hot to stay for long...

  • Extreme weather drives late-night shopping in Rawalpindi, Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: Extreme weather in Rawalpindi and Islamabad has changed the shopping pattern this Ramazan, and even the corporate brands are keeping their outlets open late at night ignoring the official timings...

    ”The Rawalpindi-Islamabad region has faced a different weather pattern this year, not only due to high temperature but also because the humidity increased the heat index...

  • Turkish President Erdogan to arrive in Islamabad tomorrow

    ISLAMABAD: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on his way back from Indonesia, will be stopping over at Islamabad on Saturday, according to a statement by Foreign Office spokesman Syed Khalilullah...

    Recep Tayyip Erdogan had earlier visited Lahore and Islamabad in December 2013 as the Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey...

  • Islamabad Literature Festival 2017 begins tomorrow

    ISLAMABAD: Islamabad’s fifth literary festival, which will begin on April 14, will celebrate and analyse 70 years of literature in Pakistan...

    Speaking at a press conference at the Margalla Hotel, where the festival will be held, Oxford University Press Managing Director Ameena Saiyid said the Islamabad Literature Festival (ILF) is about celebrating writers, poets, reading culture and interacting with the international community... ...

  • In custody of LEAs for 145 days, Dr Asim remanded for 10 more days

    KARACHI: Former federal minister Dr Asim Hussain, who according to his lawyers has been in the custody of law enforcement agencies for the past 145 days since his arrest in August last year, was on Monday remanded in the custody of the National Accountability Bureau for another 10 days...

    The counsel repeatedly said in court they were helpless since Article 10 of the Constitution (Safeguards as to arrest and detention) was being...

  • Current power crisis to end in next '8 to 10 days': Khawaja Asif

    Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif announced in parliament on Wednesday that the current power crisis will see its end in the "next eight to ten days", Radio Pakistan reported...

    Asif was replying to a question raised in the National Assembly on Monday when he said that the electricity shortage that has plagued Pakistan for years, will start to subside in the next few days...

  • Sindh Rangers likely to get special power's extension in next two days

    KARACHI: Newly elected Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Saturday hinted towards the resolution of issue related to the "much-awaited" extension in Rangers' special power in the province, as he informed media that the matter will be resolved in next two days...

    "Rangers are expected to be given the extension in next two days," said Murad, informing that he will have "a look at the summary in regard to the extension today or...

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