A total of 13 new dengue fever cases were detected in Karachi on Monday, said an official of the provincial dengue surveillance cell.
The All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (Aptma) and the Punjab government have agreed to set up large power plants in Karachi to produce 3,000 megawatts of electricity through coal.
Strict and prompt action is required to block release of effluent from Kotri industrial area into the Kalri Baghar canal that feeds Keenjhar Lake which is a major source of drinking water for Karac
The KMC Administrator Syed Hashim Raza Zaidi has said that comprehensive studies about Karachi Mass Transit and water drainage system had been conducted in the light of Master Plan 2020, and capaci
Four more dengue viral fever cases were reported in Karachi, said Sindh Dengue Surveillance Cell on Thursday.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has stressed the need for expediting the work on projects of generating electricity from solid waste and sewage treatment plants so that problems of power an
The Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) would construct 800 public toilets at some 200 points in the city.
The Government is keen to commence wind farm projects in the country to meet some per centage of the national energy requirement through renewable energy technologies.
The purity and safety of potable water supplied to the people of Karachi had become a serious health concern.
An overwhelming majority of residents of the city are consuming water mixed with industrial effluents though a combined effluent treatment plant has been installed at a cost of over Rs667 million a
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