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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,...

UFONE LAUNCHES ITS FIRST EVER E-SIM

Islamabad, February 16, 2021 - Ufone has now eliminated the need to install the physical SIM for Its customers with the introduction of eSIM. The Pakistani telecom operator has partnered with Giesecke + Devrient Mobile Security (G + D) to roll out these SIMs across the country. The Ufone eSIM platform allows customers to integrate multiple SIM card numbers directly into their phone or IoT device with a...

CRICKET STADIUM TO BE BUILT IN SWAT

Claim to have a cricket stadium costing Rs358m To all the cricket and nature lovers out there, this one’s for you, especially the one’s residing in Pakistan. The provincial government has approved the construction of Hayatabad, Peshawar, and Kalam Valley cricket stadiums. Speaking of the regional sports games that Pakistan is renowned for, Prime Minister Imran Khan said, during his stay at...

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...

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VILLAGERS IN HUNZA CONSTRUCT 1500 STEPS IN 18 DAYS

VILLAGERS CONSTRUCT 1500 STEPS IN 18 DAYS Residents of Hunza valley claim to have constructed 1,500 steps after cutting through a mountain, at an extreme temperature of minus 15 degrees centigrade. Moreover, they completed the task in just 18 days. The people living in the village of Galmat, including men and women, young and old, all worked together to complete the task. People living in mountains...

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