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Experts to be hired to rehabilitate Sukkur Barrage

Experts to be hired to rehabilitate Sukkur Barrage

Ruling out high floods in Sindh this year, Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah has claimed that 400,000 cusecs to 500,000 cusecs of water is expected to pass through the barrages. He was speaking after attending a briefing on the flood situation and...

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Work to restore Peshawar walled city soon

Work to restore Peshawar walled city soon

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa tourism, culture and archaeology department is set to start implementing an ambitious agenda to restore the past legacy of the historic `Walled City Peshawar` as well as revive cultural activities in the province. A meeting chaired by secretary Azam Khan and attended by all relevant

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Paris to get first skyscraper – Triangle Tower

Paris to get first skyscraper – Triangle Tower

Paris is to get its first skyscraper for over 40 years after Herzog & de Meuron won planning permission for its 180-metre-high Tour Triangle. Plans for the controversial triangular tower were approved by city councillors last night, overturning the decision made by the same committee in November.

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Affordable Housing Design Competition

Affordable Housing Design Competition

Affordable Housing Design Competition was organized by the Asian Institute Technology (AIT) Consulting, Thailand with an aim to address the affordable housing needs in Asia and the region. The main motive was to find innovative, practical, Eco-friendly, and cost effective solutions by harnessing

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Bad Planning Leads to Felling of Trees

Bad Planning Leads to Felling of Trees

By Hasan Mansoor As the provincial government`s plan to plant three million trees in the province is yet to materialise, the existing trees in the city are being felled for reasons ranging from bad planning on the part of the authorities concerned to what is being described as `security hazards`. `When it comes to strengthen security in our country, trees ...

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