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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...

  • Tracey Taylor departs from Karachi with 'sweet memories'

    KARACHI: British aviator Tracey Curtis-Taylor departed from Karachi to India on the next leg of her journey in her vintage open cockpit biplane on Wednesday...

    Tracey had landed in Gwadar on Monday where she was received by Squadron Leader Saira Batool, a lady officer from Pakistan Air Force, the other day she reached Karachi and attended a media conference...

  • Tanker operators blame water crisis on govt officials

    KARACHI: Claiming that they are not the ‘tanker mafia’ as they are dubbed, the All Karachi Water Tankers Ittehad came out to present “the real picture behind the water crisis and high rates of tankers in the city” to the media at the Karachi Press Club on Thursday...

    This water shortage is just artificially created to fill the pockets of certain high-ups in the government...

  • Free tanker service for water-starved areas from 11th, PA told

    KARACHI: The Sindh Assembly was on Friday informed that the government would reintroduce a free tanker service from next week for the residents of water-starved localities in the metropolis...

    Winding up the general discussion on an adjournment motion about an acute water shortage in Karachi, Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon, who also holds the portfolio of the local government department, said that the government has made...

  • Sweet Ruby wins feature event at LRC

    LAHORE: Four-year-old bay filly Sweet Ruby put up an excellent performance to clinch the feature event during the Lahore Winter Meeting at the Racecourse here on Sunday...

    Malik-trained filly, Sweet Ruby backed at 40 t0 100 beat bay horse Jeevan by over six lengths in the Brumal Plate for class six event run over the sprinting distance of 1,100 metres in a smart timing of one minute 6 3/5 seconds, ever recorded by an unknown pedigree...

  • Children from Sweet Homes pay tribute to APS attack victims

    ISLAMABAD: The children of Pakistan Sweet Homes (PSH) gathered in front of the National Press Club on the eve of the first anniversary of the Army Public School (APS) attack to pay tribute to the martyred children and show solidarity with the survivors...

    Most of the orphans in Sweet Homes have lost their parents to the war against terrorism,” he said...

  • Sweet Ruby runs off with Labour Day Cup

    LAHORE: Four-year-old bay filly Sweet Ruby proved worth her name when she took the horse-racing fans by surprise in winning the Labour Day Cup during the concluding Lahore Winter Meeting at the Racecourse here on Sunday...

    Malik-trained Five to two chance Sweet Ruby, partnered by jockey Aamir Pervez challenged the front-running favourite colt No Regards (A...

  • SHC stays shifting of Larkana Sweet Homes

    LARKANA: The Sindh High Court’s Larkana circuit bench comprising Justice Nadeem Akhtar on Thursday stayed the shifting of Sweet Homes from Larkana to a place near Karachi and issu­ed notices to the respondents including the Baitul Maal managing director and the official in charge of Sweet Home for May 21...

    Advocate Zulfikar Hyder Abro, the counsel for the petitioners, submitted in court that the Larkana Sweet Homes was established in...

  • As sweet as the berries of Khanpur

    TOBA TEK SINGH: The jujube fruit, popularly known as berries, from Khanpur village (Chak 393-JB) is as sweet as a candy...

    The great grandson of Pir Hazrat Syed Ghulam Rasool Shah, Syed Fakhar Husain Shah (also village councillor), told Dawn the ripe, sweet berries was the gift of his great grandfather who died 121 years ago...

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