Islamabad

Vegetable prices continued their upward spiral at the Sunday bazaars of the capital showing no signs of a price decrease before the holy month of Ramazan which is just 17 days away.

The down-and-outs of the capital

Qadir Gul, a laborer from the remote tribal region of Mohmand agency, looked out worriedly from under the shade of a bus stop close to the ninth avenue of the capital city.

Capital in dire need of pedestrian bridges

The Zero Point Interchange (ZPI) project inaugurated by Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani a few days ago will have little success in reducing the miseries of motorists if the Capital Development Authority

City cleaners in a mess

Islamabad is a perhaps one of the cleanest cities of Pakistan; its streets are regularly swept; its drains and sewers rarely overflow; domestic trash is dutifully picked up from house fronts and

50 schoolchildren visit Lok Virsa

A group of about 50 schoolchildren belonging to the marginalised communities of Sindh, Balochistan and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) visited Lok Virsa National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage, Ministry

CDA to invite new bids for nurseries

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Saturday told the special committee of Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that applications would be invited soon for the re-auction of nursery plots. CDA Chairman Imtiaz Inyat

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