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  • Karachi water crisis: Free water tanker service begins today, says minister

    KARACHI: Sindh Information and Local Government Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon has stated that the service comprising 1000 free water tankers will start on Monday in the city for the areas facing acute water shortage...

    Talking to reporters after a meeting held with the management of the Karachi Water Sewerage Board (KWSB) and the city administration to review the water crisis in the city, he said the tanker service would be free of...

  • Review: The Water Diviner—Water woes

    After a long and celebrated career of award-winning acting performances, Russell Crowe moves into the director’s chair for the first time in The Water Diviner, and while it’s not a flawless start for the new filmmaker, it is certainly a respectable one...

    The emotional film is set after the end of the First World War and tells the tragic tale of Joshua Connor (Russell Crowe), who is something of a psychic Australian farmer with the...

  • 'Rid Karachiites of water tankers': SC says as CM Murad, Kamal appear in unsafe water case

    Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, former Karachi mayor Mustafa Kamal and Karachi police chief Mushtaq Ahmed Mahar appeared before the Supreme Court on Wednesday for a hearing on a plea concerning provision of clean drinking water and safe environment in the province...

    Headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar, a three-judge bench at the SC Karachi registry is hearing the constitutional petition of Shahab Usto, a...

  • Water commission reprimands officers over shabby state of water supply, sewerage installations

    HYDERABAD: Retired Jus­tice Amir Hani Muslim, new head of the Supreme Court-mandated water commission, on Monday reprimanded officers concerned over dilapidated state of water supply and sewerage installations...

    He directed Hyderabad Dev­elo­pment Authority (HDA) and Water and Sanitation Agency (Wasa) to protect their water and sewerage facilities from encro­a­chers and asked Hyder­abad Electric Supply Company (Hesco) to ensure...

  • 'Why is there no water in taps at homes?' Water commission reprimands KWSB

    Justice retired Amir Hani Muslim, head of the Supreme Court-mandated water commission, reprimanded the managing director (MD) of Karachi Water and Sewage Board (KWSB) for lack of provision of water in the provincial capital...

    "Where did the water go? What is happening in Karachi?" Justice Hani lashed out at the water body head, noting that even those residing near the hydrants were not getting water while others had to line up from...

  • CJ takes suo motu notice, seeks data on usage of water by mineral water companies

    Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Friday took suo motu notice of the exploitation of water resources by mineral water companies operating in the country, and sought data regarding water usage by these companies from concerned departments...

    CJP Nisar also directed the attorney general and all advocate generals to convey his directives to mineral water companies...

  • Fix water quality in 7 days or face shutdown, CJP warns mineral water companies

    Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Monday directed mineral water companies to pay the price of ground water and fix the quality of their water by next Monday, warning them that the companies would otherwise be shut downWhile hearing a case regarding the use of ground water by mineral water companies at the Supreme Court, the top judge said that the judicial commission's report was inconclusive, adding that mineral water companies...

  • Dialogue offers only hope for India and Pakistan: Water Laureate

    Stephen McCaffrey is “the single most respected authority on international water law”...

    As Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of the Pacific in Sacramento, California, McCaffrey is intimately aware of the potential for conflict due to water, but he remains eternally optimistic, seeing transboundary water issues as an opportunity for cooperation rather than for conflict...

  • Pakistan dumps $21bn worth of water in the sea each year: IRSA

    The Indus River System Authority (Irsa) told the Senate Forum for Policy Research on Thursday that Pakistan dumps water worth approximately $21 billion into the sea each year due to a lack of water conservation systems...

    In a meeting of the forum, chaired by Nayyar Husain Bukhari, members of Irsa and the Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) made shocking revelations while briefing attendees about Pakistan's lack of...

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