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Asad Umar Directs CDA to Ensure Maximum Cooperation to RDA for Rawalpindi Ring Road Project

Asad Umar Directs CDA to Ensure Maximum Cooperation to RDA for Rawalpindi Ring Road Project

Asad Umar, Federal Minister for Development Planning and Special Initiatives, chaired a meeting to review the work being done on the Rawalpindi Ring Road, the proposed eastern bypass, and the Rawalpindi Islamabad waste management site here in Islamabad on Thursday, March 4, 2021. The meeting was attended by the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of the CDA, Ali Nawaz Awan, MNA, Raja Khuram Nawaz,...

Imran Khan thanks Overseas Pakistanis for ‘record-breaking’ month of remittances

Imran Khan thanks Overseas Pakistanis for ‘record-breaking’ month of remittances ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan thanked Pakistanis overseas after seeing a record breaking month of remittances of up to $ 2.27 billion in January 2021. Prime Minister Imran Khan said in his Twitter posts: "Good news from the industrial sector, which shows sustained growth." He said large-scale manufacturing saw...

Digital Pakistan – PTCL successfully conducts 5G trial

On February 11,2021, the PTCL group successfully tested its 5G network in a controlled environment at its headquarters in Islamabad in a limited environment on a non-commercial basis to achieve download speeds of up to 1,685 gigabytes per second (GBPS). Speaking on the occasion, Syed Aminul Haque said: “I am delighted to be present at this crucial event as the PTCL Group takes an important step to...

ZAHA HADID WINS BEIJING DESIGN CONTEST

Zaha Hadid Architects wins the competition for the construction of Phase II of the Beijing  Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA), founded by Pritzker Architecture Award winner Zaha Hadid, won the design competition for the construction of the second phase of the Beijing International Exhibition Center. The announcement comes just weeks after it was confirmed that the architects will work on two new projects: the...

Ali Sadpara: A missing gem in the snow of K2

Sajid Sadpara, son of missing Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara, said the chances of his father alive "are slim to zero".   In a video message from Skardu, where he arrived early Sunday morning, Sajid said: "Rescue operations now only make sense if they are carried out to bring his body back. Otherwise, the chances of someone surviving 8,000 meters for two to three days. are slim to...

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