Karachi articles

KESC still carping about 230MW short power supply

While the Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) continues complaining about short supply of 230MW from two independent power producers (IPPs), Pakistan State Oil (PSO) claims that the IPPs have been supplied the

Taj Haider advises workers to continue protest

The Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC)’s workers declared ‘non-core personnel’ by the power utility have been assured by the Pakistan People’s Party-led government that their dispute with the KESC would be resolved

PPP, PML-Q friendship goes local

The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has extended an offer to its newest coalition partner, the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q), to expand the working relationship between the two parties to the grassroots level,

Centre, Sindh unwilling to hand over Rs 2bn to CDGK

Despite giving assurances regarding smooth release of funds for Karachi’s development projects, the federal government is apparently reluctant to releasing the earmarked funds of around Rs 411 million, it has been learnt.

‘Mission Taleem’ with Anwar Maqsood

Procter & Gamble (P&G)-Pakistan – marketers of leading household care products Pampers, Safeguard, Pantene and others – joined hands with renowned playwright Anwar Maqsood to launch Mission Taleem on Thursday. The campaign