ISLAMABAD: Rising environmental pollution in the federal capital is posing a grave threat to the health of its residents, besides impacting adjoining areas of the city.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has participated in its first Shariah-compliant project financing, providing assistance to two projects to build wind farms close to the port city of Karachi, using
The Federal capital is facing an acute shortage of some 98 million gallons of water per day. Its daily requirement is 180 million gallons.
The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is faced with the catch-22 situation after the National Accountability Bureau has raised 22 objections on the transparency of the Rs.6.5 billion LED streetli
Executive District Officer (EDO) Imtiaz Ahmed Malik has said that the grand cleanliness campaign launched on April 26 to clean all Union Councils of Rawalpindi has concluded under which Municipal S
The Asian Development Bank has started work on the feasibility study of the Rapid Bus Transit for Islamabad to examine whether the project would be feasible technically or financially.
Fire erupted on Margalla Hills at two points on Wednesday, gutting a huge stretch of forest area, besides affecting flora and fauna.
The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has imposed a fine of Rs 50,000 per tree on a private builder for cutting trees and has asked him to compensate the heavy loss to the environment by planting
Pakistan has been ranked among the top 20 highly vulnerable countries impacted by climate change, sources told Daily Times on Tuesday.
Energy-poor Jordan said on Sunday a Russian firm and a French-Japanese consortium are to compete to build the kingdom’s first nuclear plant.
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