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US Navy patrolling in India’s EEZ to counter China’s influence

US Navy patrolling carries message for all coastal states including India and China, warn experts Islamabad: The US Navy’s navigation…

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Over 1.4 million Afghan refugees to get new Smartcards

Federal government, UNHCR launch nationwide verification exercise  This step will allow refugees to have better, faster and safer access to…

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Sindh seeks Russian help for rehabilitation of Pakistan Steel Mills

Chief Minister Murad Shah in a meeting with Russian delegation requested for the help The Russian delegation assures the Chief…

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New bridge on Indus River planned for connecting Sukkur-Rohri cities

The new bridge will be constructed at the zero point of Sukkur within the limits of Rohri Minister Nasir Shah…

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Land-grabbers flee from Thatta’s heritage site

2-Dome historic Gujarati School Building land was occupied by Pashtuns who were said to be backed by the influential people…

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Karachi to have Bio Hybrid Buses in future

Eco-friendly Bio Hybrid Buses would operate on Red-line BRT – Sindh Chief Secretary Work on Red-line BRT project would start…

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Over 3082 Acre Irrigation Land Cleared Of Encroachments in Karachi

Encroachments on 250 acres at Malir River, 389 acres in Jacobabad, 573 acres in Shikarpur, 38 acres in Larkana and…

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Covid-19 affects 141 on-going healthcare schemes in Sindh

Allocation for 141 on-going schemes for 2020-21 was Rs.13.5 billion against which Rs.4.565 billion were released and the utilization is…

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Hyderabad to have Institute for treatment of disabled persons

Sindh govt. allocates Rs.600 million for establishing the Institute Commissioner Hyderabad Abbas Baloch holds meeting to discuss the project Hyderabad:…

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AKU agrees to establish Hospital and Medical College in Hyderabad

Aga Khan University Board delegation visits Hyderabad to identify land; holds meeting with Commissioner Abbas Baloch   Hyderabad: The Aga…

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