Industrial development

Mohmand marble plants

INVESTORS START INSTALLING PLANTS IN MOHMAND AS PART OF CPEC

Mohmand, a Pakistani district bordering Afghanistan, is going to witness a new era of development. Since, industrialists prepare to install marble processing plants at the special economic zone being developed under CPEC. According to a report published by Gwadar Pro on Sunday, Mohmand, and surrounding districts of Bajaur and Khyber, are rich in a vast variety of marble stones and other minerals. Even...

illegal housing societies

ILLEGAL HOUSING SOCIETIES IN PAKISTAN

There are more illegal than legal housing societies in Pakistan.Over 69% of the country's housing societies are not registered, government documents revealed Tuesday. According to official documents, out of a total of 8,767 housing societies, 6,000 are not registered with the concerned institutions. These 6,000 housing societies are on bogus papers or their papers are incomplete. Moreover, Government has...

Cement and steel prices

CEMENT AND STEEL PRICES CONTINUE TO INCREASE

Due to COVID-19, just like other commodities, cement and steel prices have also increased unexpectedly. As a result, it is slowing down the construction activities in Pakistan. Amreli Steels has announced a hike in the price of rebars by RS5000 per ton.In addition to an increase of Rs5000 per ton announced earlier during the month, said JS Global analyst Arsalan Ahmed in comments to The Express...

Dadocha Dam

FUNDS GIVEN TO FWO FOR DADOCHA DAM DEVELOPMENT

The Punjab government has disbursed PKR 150 million to the Frontier Works Organization (FWO) to commence with the development work on the Dadocha Dam. FWO will start the work within two to three weeks, according to a news report published on December 19. DETAILS OF DADOCHA DAM According to the details, FWO will complete the work on Dadocha Dam at a cost of PKR 6.429 billion. A senior official of the...

Gas pipeline

WORK ON 1100 KM LONG GAS PIPELINE TO START NEXT YEAR

Work on 1100 km long gas pipeline to be started next year. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Petroleum Nadeem Babar said that construction work on the 1100-kilometre Pakistan Stream Gas Pipeline Project will begin in July next year. The Government has taken this step to transport liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Karachi to Lahore. In an interview, Nadeem Babar said that Pakistan will have a...


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