Chairman NHA, Jawwad Rafique Malik gave a detailed briefing about the project and its importance. He informed that the existing road consists of 4 lanes which are not sufficient to accommodate the ever increasing traffic with the result that it faces frequent traffic jams causing immense inconvenience to the travelers.
IBA has announced that its Board of Governors in its meeting held on March 9, 2016, has nominated Dr. Sayeed Ghani, Associate Professor and Associate Dean — Faculty Computer Sciences, IBA as Acting Dean and Director IBA until the Government announces IBA’s new Dean and Director.
Syed Ibne Abbas, Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK and Mr Thomas Drew, British High Commissioner (Designate), to Pakistan along with their spouses on 2 February 2016
Photograph taken at a dinner held in honor of Mian Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, former Foreign Minister of Pakistan and Begum Kasuri, by Mr. & Mrs. Abdul Kader Jaffer, former Pakistan High Commissioner to U.K. along with distinguished guests, local diplomats and elite of Karachi
Director (PR), NHA
Country’s smaller provinces get the major share in the road infrastructure development schemes undertaken by the National Highway Authority (NHA) with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) leading with eleven (11) projects followed by Balochistan and Sindh with ten (10) and nine (9) projects respectively.
The historical Eduljee Dinshaw Road, adjacent to the Karachi Port Trust building, was inaugurated by Sindh Governor Dr Isharatul Ebad Khan in an elaborate ceremony attended by diplomats, senior government functionaries and politicians, on Sunday.
Appreciating the generous contributions of donors which led to the completion of the first phase of the project, he assured of putting in all efforts for the timely completion of the project’s second phase.
While addressing the launching ceremony of “4th Made in Pakistan Exhibition in Kabul” by Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI), Zubair Motiwala, Founder Chairman PAJCCI and the Guest of Honor, greatly welcomed announcement made by Afghanistan Government to grant one-year multiple visas to the Pakistani businessmen.
Pakistan Cables, the country’s premier wire and cable manufacturer, was announced as the first and only recipient of the Pakistan’s Choice Superbrand™ Award 2015, within its category. The announcement follows a comprehensive selection process tapping into the views of a council of industry experts and household surveys by an independent research agency.
A function of Hamdard Naunehal Assembly Karachi chapter, comprising speeches, recitation of verses from Holy Quran, na’at poetic tribute and dua-a-Said was held yesterday at a local hotel.
Speaking on the occasion Mrs. Sadia Rashid, President, Hamdard Foundation Pakistan said, every country had the right to defend itself and to defend it self was not meant to make war.
A colourful prize distribution ceremony was held at Saeed Al-flah Literacy Centre, Karachi.
Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Shamim Saeed, head of the Saeed Al-Falah Centre, Karachi said that this institution has been providing free education to the poor and needy children of the area and besides education the institution also provided the uniforms, books and school bags free to the students.
‘Pakistan can be made safe and secure only by strengthening its ideological and cultural boundaries and few people know in the country that the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah had established the ‘Department of Islamic Reconstruction’ on August 19, 1947 to make Pakistan an Islamic Welfare State.