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Construction Work on Margalla Road Begins

Asad Umar to inaugurate construction work on Margalla Road ISLAMABAD: The Minister of Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives, Asad Umar, will begin construction work on the 35km Margalla motorway Ali Nawaz Awan, special assistant to the prime minister (SAPM) at the Capital Development Authority (CDA), who will attend the ceremony, said that construction of the road will begin on Thursday, June 3,...

Pakistan’s Religious Tourism: Top Sites To Explore

Pakistan’s Religious Tourism: Top Sites To Explore

The Punjab Department of Archeology and Tourism (TAD) has announced that it will begin work to revive and promote religious tourism in Pakistan. To this end, a comprehensive plan was presented to restore 11 religious sites, sacred to various religions. The announcement of such a plan is nothing new to the incumbent government, as its tourism policies focus primarily on socio-economic improvement, as well...

CDA to Transform Islamabad into a Tourist-Friendly City

CDA to Transform Islamabad into a Tourist-Friendly City

Islamabad: Capital Development Authority (CDA) has decided to transform Islamabad into a tourist-friendly city. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) at the first meeting of the newly formed CDA Council on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 decided to make the federal capital's tourist-friendly, functionalize libraries and carry out activities that highlight the national culture. It was also decided to make...

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,...

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...

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