سی ڈی اے کا غیر قانونی ہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیز کے خلاف آگہی مہم تیز کرنے کا فیصلہ اسلام آباد: چیئرمین سی ڈی اے عامر احمد علی نے کہا ہے کہ سی ڈی اے نے غیر قانونی ہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیز کے خلاف آگہی مہم تیز کرنے کا فیصلہ کرلیا ہے۔ اُنہوں نے ایک انٹرویو میں گفتگو کرتے ہوئے […]
In this Post: 5 Marla Grey Structure Cost 5 Marla Finishing Cost Building a house requires keen arranging. You wish to enlist a reliable group of laborers, select the proper development materials, work on the plan and format of the house, and most imperatively, arrange your accounts appropriately. So, on the off chance that you as of now possess a plot and are arranging to develop your dream domestic, we have put together the total fetched of building a 5 marla house in Pakistan. Without assist ado, here is the breakdown of the development taken […]
Lahore: New rates for the construction materials are expected to be announced by dealers on April 15 – after the lockdown on construction activities is lifted, a news source reported. According to report, these prices are already rising in the open market.
As per the publication, a special PIA plane fetched the supplies to help Pakistan combat the COVID-19 infection. The medical supplies included 15 ventilators, 132,000 masks, 200 forehead thermometers, 11,000 protective clothes, and 21,000 COVID-19 detection kits.
Islamabad: The Ministry of Education is expected to start the broadcast of national education channel ‘TeleSchool’ from today (April 13) onward, a news source reported. According to a statement issued by the ministry on Sunday, Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan will officially launch the initiative.
Lahore: The Lahore High Court (LHC) has ruled that dual nationals permanently residing in the country cannot be categorised as ‘Overseas Pakistanis’, a news source reported. To this effect, Justice Jawad Hassan authored a judgment wherein he stated that a person should be living abroad in order for him/her to meet the labelling criteria of the Overseas Pakistani Commission Act 2014.
Karachi: US-based Pakistanis (originally hailing from Karachi), in collaboration with the Drug Free Pakistan Foundation (DFPF) have launched a local relief organisation called ‘Karachites’ to help the city’s hard-hit families amid the going coronavirus lockdown, according to a news report. The organization, operating from its Gulistan-e-Jauhar site main office, is engaged in distributing rations and other essential items among the needy.