Pakistani project

Pakistan’s Young climber makes it to Africa’s highest peak in Less than 24 Hours

ISLAMABAD –Asad Ali Memon became the first Asian and Pakistani to climb Kilimanjaro, the highest peak (5,895 metres or 19,341 ft) on the continent of South Africa, in less than 24 hours. In a tweet, the 23-year-old said it took him 20 hours to complete the summit and return to the gate. He arrived at the "starting point: Umbwe Gate" of Mount Kilimanjaroon on the morning of February 14th,...

Drive in cinema

PAKISTAN’S FIRST DRIVE-IN-CINEMA OPERATIONAL IN ISLAMABAD 2020

DRIVE-IN-CINEMA Residents of Islamabad and Rawalpindi will get  to enjoy their first drive-in cinema experience in Islamabad’s F-9 Park. The drive-in cinema has a capacity for 200 cars, carrying a maximum of three people. The project is a joint venture of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), telecom operator Jazz, and a private entity Active media. Newly appointed Interior Minister Sheikh...

Gas pipeline

WORK ON 1100 KM LONG GAS PIPELINE TO START NEXT YEAR

GAS PIPELINE 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...

CPEC MODEL GREEN BELT INITIATIVE

CPEC TO BE TURNED INTO MODEL GREEN BELT INITIATIVE

MODEL GREEN BELT INITIATIVE Pakistan and China agreed to turn the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) into a green belt and a road initiative model. This step was taken to protect and preserve the natural environment in the region. So, it was decided during a meeting held on Monday (14.dec.2020). The meeting was held between Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin...

Pakistani project wins international award

A PAKISTANI PROJECT WINS INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT

A PAKISTANI PROJECT WON AWARD A Pakistani project won an international award for proactive disaster management. AKAH project combines satellite images, mapping technologies and the local knowledge of villagers. It helps to build climate-proof settlements in disaster-prone areas of Pakistan. This project won an international award on Thursday. More than one million people have benefited from the Aga...


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