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  • Sewage line burst causes crater in newly carpeted Bahadurabad road

    KARACHI: The recently carpeted Jamaluddin Afghani Road was closed for traffic on Tuesday after it developed a crater due to a burst in the 16-inch sewage pipe underneath it that has flooded the two-way road since late Sunday night...

    By the time tankers of the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board reached the area to pump the water out, the two lanes had already been flooded...

  • Bahadurabad faction makes fresh overtures to Farooq Sattar

    KARACHI: As the last date of withdrawal of Senate nomination papers is approaching fast, the group within the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan that recently ousted party head Dr Farooq Sattar made fresh attempts to lure the seasoned politician back in a bid to prevent impending electoral damage in the March 3 polls, it emerged on Wednesday...

    Both factions of the MQM-P, commonly known as Bahadurabad group now led by newly-appointed...

  • MQM's PIB, Bahadurabad factions come together for Senate elections

    Dr Sattar said that despite his differences with the Bahadurabad group of MQM-P, both sides remained in touch with each other and reached an agreement about the Senate elections to be held tomorrow...

    He said the party's leaders are "embarrassed" and apologise to their voters who have been affected by the conflict between the PIB and Bahadurabad groups...

  • Sattar feels slighted for not receiving invite to Bahadurabad Iftar party

    KARACHI: Although the Bahadurabad group of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan publicly maintained that it was ready to accept Dr Farooq Sattar as the convener of the party if he resumed the Bahadurabad office, it appears that the Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui-led faction is unwilling to see the seasoned politician back in the driving seat, it emerged on Saturday...

    Differences between the two sides have reached an extent that the...

  • Relations between Sattar, Bahadurabad group hit new low

    KARACHI: Although the Bahadurabad group of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan had expelled disgruntled leader Dr Farooq Sattar from the party, the relationship between the two sides dipped to a new low on Monday when the former convener was warned that “civil and criminal actions” could be instituted against him if he failed to offer an unconditional apology to the party...

    Previously, many politicians, including Pak Sarzameen...

  • Investigation team in Bahadurabad lynching case arrested for extorting money from suspect's family

    Karachi police on Saturday said Ferozabad Station Investigation Officer Farooq Azam and his team have been booked and arrested for allegedly extorting money from family members of a suspect in the Bahadurabad lynching case...

    SSP East Ghulam Azfar Mahesar said in a statement that a case, number 245/2019, has been filed against the suspects under Articles 384 [punishment for extortion] and 385 [putting person in fear of injury in order...

  • Postal department loses Rs559 million to corruption

    ISLAMABAD: The postal department suffered a loss of Rs559 million due to fraud and misappropriation during the past five years...

    The postal service’s chief said 405 new post offices had been opened and 584 closed during the period, 1,666 people had been appointed on a regular basis, 178 on contracts and 1,007 as daily wagers in various pay scales...

  • Postal services – thriving in the age of internet

    Although letters may no longer be the primary way people stay in touch, Pakistan’s postal service remains active; from the Siachen Glacier to the Arabian Sea...

    Letters, money orders and parcels come from the District Postal Office at the Rawalpindi Railway Station from around the country, and the items are then divided between Rawalpindi, Islamabad and international destinations...

  • Postal officials, contractor blamed for disrupting mail delivery to Chitral

    Due to non-delivery of mail on time, candidates missed their test and interviews for appointments in government departments, while others could not apply for the posts due to collapse of the postal system...

    When contacted, the divisional superintendent of postal division Malakand admitted the collapse of the mail system in Chitral due to the contractor’s lethargic approach...

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