Lahore – Lahore High Court (LHC) Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed on Thursday issued notices to the Punjab government, the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) and the Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) on a petition challenging establishment of the Park and Ride Shopping Plaza at the Liberty Market. The judge directed the respondents to file replies until March 2. Judicial Activism Panel Chairman Azhar Siddique and six Liberty Market shop owners filed the petition submitting that
DASKA – Daska-based lawyers, traders, human rights activists and political and religious circles have joined hands against the construction of shops by some local influential people at the main gate of Government College for Women Daska.
An important meeting was held in the office of Daska Bar Association (DBA) and Daska Bar President Muhammad Asif Bajwa presided over the meeting that was told that some influential people had started construction of several shops at an open place
LAHORE – Shaikhupura Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) threw its full weight behind the Lahore Chamber of Commerce’s initiative to build a large, efficient and modern Dry Port at Chichukimalian in Shaikhupura district.
According to press release, a consensus to this effect was reached at a meeting held here at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry. LCCI President Shahzad Ali Malik, SCCI President Tariq Iqbal Mughal, LCCI Senior Vice President Sheikh Mohammad Arshad,
LAHORE – Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has stressed the need to develop a National Construction Sector Development Strategy and removal of regulatory hurdles and complexities to harness the true potential of the construction sector in the country.
Global Perspective: In recently conducted research, LCCI has pointed out that the construction industry is a big global industry worth $7.5 trillion, which employ over 100 million people and contribute 13.5 percent to
KARACHI – The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is arbitrarily delaying starting construction of an airstrip in Islamkot, Tharparkar district, aimed at facilitating foreign investors to reach Thar coalfields by air. Despite the fact that the Sindh government had released Rs 315 million to the CAA last year, the authority has not spent even a single paisa for the airstrip’s construction.
The provincial government had approved the location of the airstrip with a total cost of Rs
LAHORE – The Lahore High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition, challenging the construction of Benazir Bhutto’s monument at Liaquat Bagh, Rawalpindi, by spending money from the national exchequer.
The division bench headed by Chief justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry dismissed the petition and held that it was not the job of the court, but of the government or parliament to determine who was or was not a national hero or whose monument should be or should not be built from the
PAKPATTAN – District development committee Pakpattan has approved construction of 7-km long roads in city area. Pakpattan DCO Syed Haider Iqbal, while presiding a meeting regarding city development package, stated that Rs 200 million would be spent on this project.
EDO Works Sajid Abbas Naqvi, District Officer Planning Muhammad Akram, DDO (T) Muhammad Iqbal and others attended the meeting. The DCO directed the EDO Works to start the project as soon as possible and complete it
ISLAMABAD – President Pakistan Muslim League (Likeminded Group) Senator Salim Saifullah Khan on Saturday demanded of the government to halt construction of the parliament lodges immediately.
Addressing a party meeting at PML Central Secretariat, he said that nation was confronted by a financial crunch so the government should increase toll tax on cars above 1600CC and place a ban on larger vehicles. “Industries are on the edge of disaster because of gas cuts and thousand of
LAHORE – Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday said that reconstruction programme for the flood affected villages was in progress and construction of 13 model villages will be started formally from January 25 in various areas of the calamity-stricken districts.
He was presiding over a meeting in Lahore regarding the construction of model villages in flood affected areas. The meeting reviewed the pace of implementation of construction of model villages.
KARACHI: Following a protest campaign by the heritage enthusiasts, the Sindh government has taken notice of the illegal construction at the centuries-old historical mosque built in the times of Arab warrior Mohammad Bin Qasim in Aror Sharif near Rohri in Sukkur district.
Sindh Culture Minister Sassui Palijo announced that she would visit the site on Tuesday and personally observe the construction work with her department officials.
Palijo had ordered to stop the construction
LAHORE: A seminar, jointly organised by Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and Pakistan Institute of Cost and Contracts (PICC), on the growth of construction industry and contribution of ancillary manufacturing industries was convened.
The seminar was attended by a large number of representatives of various institutions and government departments. The chief guest, University of Lahore Rector Dr Saleem Shuja, thanked participants and expressed his satisfaction of the
There should be a pressure-free environment where litigants can seek justice easily, Balochistan High Court Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa said while addressing an inauguration ceremony of a newly constructed library within the courts premises, on Tuesday.
Balochistan Bar Association President Baz Mohammad Kakar, High Bar Association President Hadi Shakeel and Balochistan Bar Council Vice Chairman Bilal Anwar Kasi were also present.
CJ Isa said that there should be
LAHORE: Former Chairman WAPDA, Shamsul Mulk has said that Kalabagh Dam is a national issue and needs attention, denying the perception that it is just the issue of Punjab.
Shamsul Mulk said that his province has suffered the most, due to delay in construction of Kalabagh Dam, as recent floods that hit Nowshera resulted in the water level to reach 961 feet. This could have been avoided if Kalabagh dam had been built, as it would have kept the water level at only 880 feet.