Tuesday, August 13, 2013 - Islamabad—District Health Department, Islamabad has planned extensive campaign against dengue in the rural areas of Islamabad from the first week of September and complet

The Federal Capital is fast losing its green glory due to the chopping of trees, extending parking areas to greenbelts and commercialization to generate financial resources to run the affairs of CD

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) will utilize all available resources to maintain the polio free status of Islamabad and will try to achieve 100 per cent coverage during the up-coming Polio

Around 90 percent of the population in rural areas of the country lacks access to safe drinking water, as with decrease in quantity, the quality of water is also deteriorating due to municipal, ind

Islamabad Heavy rains that caused flash floods and collapsed houses in different parts of Pakistan have killed 53 people over the past three days, a senior disaster management official said Monday.

Magnitude 5.3 earthquake tremors were felt on Monday in Islamabad, Peshawar and other northern areas of Pakistan.

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) would plant 500,000 saplings during the Monsoon Tree Plantation Campaign.

Deteriorated aquatic habitat at Margalla hills due to municipal and industrial effluent from Rawalpindi and Islamabad are a potential threat for upstream migration and breeding of Fish ‘Tor Putitor

Despite being a signatory to Ban Amendment of Basel Convention, the United Kingdom has dumped more than 600,000 kilograms of potentially hazardous plastic scrap in Pakistan during June 2013.

ISLAMABAD, June 25: Good news for the residents of Islamabad: within a year, the capital city will have its own Rapid Bus Transport System (RBTS) like the metro-bus service of Lahore.