Supreme Court of Pakistan on Wednesday informed that 70,000 acres of forest land in Sindh had illegally been given on lease.
As unabated illegal and unauthorized structures threaten ecology of Sonamarg meadows in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district, the State Government has failed to fix any penalty on scores of violat
While major international forums have advocated for safe drinking water, and many developing countries are striving to provide safe drinking water, the quality of drinking water in urban cities, se
KARACHI: Members of the Senate Standing Committee on Climate Change urged the Sindh government to weed out the land mafia which is devouring mangrove forest areas in Sindh and converting them into
With the mercury topping 36.5 degrees Celsius on Saturday, Karachi witnessed it the hottest day of the month in over two decades, the Met office said on Sunday.
Larkana—Flood in the lower sections of River Indus have affected over 50,000 people in Jamshoro, Sujawal, Thatta.
Floods across Pakistan have over the past month left at least 202 people dead and injured 157 others affecting nearly 1.5 million people, according to National Disaster Management Authority.
Over 500,000 people have been affected by floods across the country with the casualty figure surging to 86 and 56 people sustaining injuries on Thursday.
Karachi: Heavy rains lashed Karachi on Thursday evening and early Friday inundating main roads and streets while at least 12 people were reported killed in rain related incidents including electro
The underlying goal of this book is to facilitate and stimulate sharing of information on these phenomena and to provide an interdisciplinary framework for bringing about improved environmental conditions in Sindh.
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