Provincial Minister for Housing Amjid Khan Afridi has said that Rs200 million has been released for providing electricity to several villages located along Rawalpindi road in his constituency.
As the Supreme Court continues to grill the civic agencies, the increasing ‘contamination load’ at Rawal Lake has pushed up the purification cost of drinking water to Rs70 million per year.
The city managers have signed a memorandum of understanding with a Chinese company in a bid to execute the much-awaited Rs47 billion Ghazi Barotha water supply project (GBWSP) to meet the water nee
Around 80 percent water supply schemes in Rawalpindi are providing contaminated water, thus leaving the people at the risk of serious diseases like hepatitis, jaundice and diarrhoea.
The Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR), in its quarterly report, has revealed that arsenic was present in seven brands of bottled water, which could cause cancer (of lungs, bla
Racing against time, Pakistani troops, aided by sniffer dogs and mechanical equipment, on Sunday frantically searched for 135 people, mostly soldiers, buried under dozens of feet of snow after a ma
IUCN Pakistan programme in collaboration with UNDP Environment Facility, National Energy Conservation Centre (ENERCON) Ministry of Water and Power, Government of Sindh’sTransport Department, Govern
Civic agencies in Rawalpindi and Islamabad are facing hardships in disposing of solid waste as about 300 tons waste remains un-lifted only in the federal capital daily, officials told Dawn on Thurs
Punjab government has started a new solid waste management system with the cooperation of Turkish companies in Lahore to dispose of daily five thousand ton garbage in a proper way to make the provi
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