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  • Ruling on signal-free corridor today

    LAHORE: A ruling on the stayed project of 7-km long signal-free corridor from Qartaba Chowk to Liberty Chowk Main Boulevard, Gulberg, will be announced on Friday (today) as a Lahore High Court full bench concluded its hearing here on Thursday...

  • LHC scraps signal-free corridor

    LAHORE: The Punjab government suffered a major blow to its uplift projects drive as the Lahore High Court scrapped on Friday the 7km long signal-free corridor from Qartaba Chowk, Jail Road, to Liberty Chowk (Main Boulevard, Gulberg) and clipped the powers of the Lahore Development Authority to launch any such project for it does not have a mandate for the purpose...

    The bench also set aside the approval of environmental impact...

  • ‘Signal-free’ roads of Faisalabad

    Like the Jinnah Colony intersection, most of the traffic points of the Faisalabad city present a traffic mess at rush hours of the day because of broken signals for the last several months...

    In May last, City Traffic Police Officer Baka Muhammad had said that 17, of 24, signals were out of order in the city...

  • Lahore signal-free project: Displaced tenants await compensation

    LAHORE: Dozens of tenants displaced by Ferozepur Road’s signal-free project staged a protest demonstration at Chungi Amar Sadhu on Tuesday against the government for not paying compensation to them despite the completion of the project two years ago...

    The land was acquired for the remodelling of Qainchi, Ghazi Road-Chungi Amar Sadhu-Khaira intersections to make Ferozepur Road signal free...

  • Work on signal-free track may resume today

    5 billion Signal-Free Corridors Project on Friday (today)...

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday gave the LDA go-ahead for resuming the work subject to some changes in the project design, including provision for pedestrian crossings at certain locations along the signal-free corridor...

  • Los Angeles lights up City Hall with Batman signal

    LOS ANGELES: A giant Bat-signal lit up the side of City Hall in Los Angeles on Thursday night to honour Batman actor Adam West, who played the superhero role in the 1960s television series...

    The caped crusader helped protect the fictional Gotham City in a franchise that began as a DC Comics strip before also moving to television and film...

  • Islamabad to still open Kartarpur corridor: FM

    ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi clarified on Thurs­day that Pakistan remained committed to completing and opening the Kartarpur corridor and that its support for the Afghan peace process would remain unaffected despite the slide in ties with India after it annexed occupied Kashmir...

    On the Kartarpur corridor, he said the project remained intact as far as Pakistan was concerned because the country respected all...

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