Islamabad articles

The Odd Couple hits Islamabad

The Odd Couple, a comedy stage play performed at an auditorium of the Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA), invited mixed reviews from the audience; some considered it a great source

Rain drainage system goes out of whack

A head constable died when the roof of a room in the police lines headquarters collapsed while most of the roads and streets in the federal capital and Rawalpindi were inundated after

CDA to re-auction land to nurseries

Under tremendous pressure from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), the Capital Development Authority (CDA) is all set to re-auction the land leased out to nurseries for peanuts. CDA Chairman Imtiaz Inyat Elahi

Capital city awaits Cineplex

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has yet to execute its plans to construct Cineplex and other entertainment complexes in the federal capital even after passage of four years. The project was launched

High-rises flouting fire safety norms

Owners of the plazas and high-rise buildings in the capital city pay no heed to the Capital Development Authority (CDA)’s Building Standards for Fire Preventions and Life Safety (BSFPLS) 2010 as they

Artists starved

As a country characterized by terrorism and extremism, Pakistan is lucky to have such a rich cultural heritage which can be used to promote the soft image of the country. However, this

HEC awards 57 best teachers

The Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Tuesday conferred Best University Teachers Award on 57 faculty members of public and private sector universities in recognition of their dedicated efforts to enhance the academic