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  1. [embed_video1 url= style=center] KARACHI: Governor Sindh Mohammad Zubair said on Wednesday the delay in completion of Green Line bus project in Karachi is due to the provincial government, however, added the project would become operational by May, next year. The statement was made as the Sindh governor interacted with newsmen during his visit to Karachi's Hyderi area, where he reviewed progress of work on the project. Zubair said Karachi used to be considered as one of the most dangerous cities in the world. "The megapolis has witnessed a miraculous change over the last four years, with major crimes eliminated from the city." He said Rangers performed brilliantly in the city and the purpose to have the paramilitary force in the megapolis is to not allow the law and order situation to deteriorate again, and for the people to remain satisfied. The Sindh governor further said a major chunk of the Karachi package has been allocated for the city's infrastructure. He said the Green Line bus service would be operational by April or May, 2018.
  2. Emergency services respond to a fire that erupted at a flour mill in the Nazimabad locale of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, November 21, 2017. Ali KARACHI: Fire erupted at a flour factory late Monday night here in the metropolis' Nazmiabad area when a boiler exploded, engulfing the building's entire top floor in flames. There was no labourer inside the building ? a two-storey structure ? at the time of the blaze, emergency services explained, adding that the boiler is located on its rooftop. Six fire tenders and at least 18 firefighters are currently engaged in trying to bring under control and douse the fire. The fire spread through the top floor when the boiler exploded at around 2:45 AM PST local time, prompting emergency services authorities to be called to the scene immediately. While the flames rage on an hour later, the fire is expected to be brought under control shortly.
  3. The protesters have been staging a sit-in at Numaish roundabout. ? Geo News KARACHI: Workers of a religious parties once again gathered on Karachi's MA Jinnah Road Monday evening and blocked it for traffic. The protesters have been staging a sit-in at the Numaish roundabout on the main thoroughfare of the megapolis. The protest causes long queues of vehicles on the city's MA Jinnah Road. ? Geo News They have blocked one of the tracks leading from Numaish roundabout to Sea Breeze Hospital closed for traffic The vehicles entering into Saddar via Guru Mandar are being diverted through People's Secretariat, traffic police say. A large number of commuters, returning from work, seek a clear passage as one of the tracks of the MA Jinnah Road lies closed. ? Geo News Similarly, the traffic on Shahrah-e-Quaideen is being diverted through Kashmir Road and Corridor-III, they added.
  4. KARACHI: For Karachi mayor and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairperson Mustafa Kamal allotted 1,200 illegal plots of land in the metropolis, said an anti-corruption inquiry report on Monday. The plots were allotted in the Mehmoodabad area of the metropolis when Kamal was the mayor of Karachi. The land was marked to be used for the construction of a treatment plant. According to sources in the anti-corruption body, permission has been sought to register a case against the PSP chairman. The request to register the case against Kamal is part of the inquiry into the TPT project. The land meant to be used for the construction of a treatment plant was allotted illegally to residents of Lines Area, with the project still not functional. Sources added that the total area of the land was 61 acres, which was divided into 1200 residential plots and the design of the project was also changed. The change in design pushed the cost of the project upwards to Rs18 billion. Earlier in 2016, former city nazim Mustafa Kamal formed a new party in a direct challenge to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). He was formerly associated with MQM.
  5. KARACHI: Eight alleged terrorists were shot dead Saturday night by Rangers and Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) personnel in Raees Goth area of Baldia Town, a spokesperson of the former said. Of the eight suspects, five were killed on spot, while three others were wounded but expired en route to the hospital, the law enforcement agencies' official explained. However, the exchange of gunfire left one CTD officer and two Rangers personnel wounded. Authorities were in the process of identifying the deceased following the encounter with terrorists, the spokesperson stated, adding that some others managed to escape and a search operation was consequently underway. Weapons and explosive materials, among other things, were recovered from the terrorists' hideout, the spokesperson mentioned. Firing injures child A child was left wounded during a random firing incident Saturday night in Landhi's Mansehra Colony, rescue sources said. The cause of firing, however, remains unknown, the rescue sources added.
  6. KARACHI: An alleged target killer ? reported to belong to Muttahida Quami Movement-London (MQM-L) ? was arrested Saturday night following a raid carried out in the city's Manghopir area, police officials revealed. The suspect ? who has been identified as Amir (alias Kaala) ? confessed to being part of MQM-L during questioning after his arrest, superintendent of police (SP)-Orangi Abid Ali Baloch stated. Amir was rounded up from near the border between Sindh and Balochistan, the police official explained, adding that he had earlier vanished somewhere in Sarkan in the westside province. The detainee ? from whom weapons and contraband were recovered ? was said to have been smuggling drugs from Balochistan to Karachi, Baloch said. He was the party's in-charge for Surjani's Taiser Town area.
  7. [embed_video1 url= style=center] KARACHI: Citizens witnessed a massive traffic jam on Karachi's II Chundrigar Road as long queues of vehicles were formed on Wednesday evening. Commuters returning home from work were stuck as traffic remained clogged mostly. It has been learnt that gridlock resulted from a religious gathering near II Chundrigar Road - one of the main thoroughfares of the metropolis. The snarl-up caused congestion on connecting arteries in the vicinity, offering great difficulties to citizens. Several traffic cops tried to maintain the flow of traffic, but the vehicles moved at a snail's pace after long pauses.
  8. Twelve people drowned at Hawkesbay Beach in Karachi late Saturday afternoon. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: Twelve people drowned at Hawkesbay Beach in Karachi late Saturday afternoon. Nine bodies were recovered while a search operation for the remaining bodies is underway, rescue sources said. Three Saudi nationals, including vice-consul general's son, drown at Hawkesbay beach Bodies of all three Saudi nationals were retrieved, says police On August 26, the son of Saudi vice-council general, along with two other Saudi nationals, drowned near Neelam point at Hawkesbay Beach, police sources informed Geo News. Bodies of all three men ? Aalaa Al Autibi, Fahad Aloseami and Abdullah Al Ausebi ? were retrieved and shifted to a private hospital in Clifton, City SSP Adeel Hussain Chandio said. Beachgoers are advised against bathing in the sea during the monsoon season due to rough waters by the authorities.
  9. KARACHI: Two suspected robbers were shot by a security guard in Karachi on Thursday evening, who later succumbed to their injuries at a hospital. The suspects looted a computer shop located in Zamzama, Clifton. They were getting away with cash, laptops and other valuables when the security guard opened fire on them. Consequently, the two suspected robbers were injured. Police arrested the suspects and shifted them to a hospital, however, they succumbed to their wounds during treatment. The deceased suspects were identified as Danish and Riaz.
  10. An image of a congested road in Karachi. Photo: Geo News File Results released for citywide population in the provisional census conducted by Pakistan Bureau of Statistics show that Karachi?s population has ballooned to 14.9 million in 2017 as compared to 9.39 million in 1998. Thirty three percent of Sindh?s 47.9 million-strong population lives in the province?s two major cities, Karachi and Hyderabad. While the provincial capital?s population grew by fifty nine percent in nineteen years, Hyderabad?s population only grew by 0.6 million during the same time. Pakistan's total population was recorded at 207.774 million, as per the provisional summary results of the Sixth Population and Housing Census. Punjab ? the largest province in terms of population ? houses 110 million people. The province?s capital, Lahore, witnessed a hundred and sixteen percent growth in population, from 5.1 million in 1998 to 11.12 million in 2017. Other cities in the province recorded minor increases in their respective populations; Faisalabad ? which housed approximately two million people in 1998 ? is now home to 3.2 million residents. Gujranwala?s population increased by 0.89 million while Multan?s population grew from 1.16 million in 1998 to 1.73 million in 2017. The federal capital?s population grew dramatically from 0.5 million in 1998 to 1.01 million in 2017. Population of Islamabad?s twin city, Rawalpindi grew by 0.7 million in nineteen years. Of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa?s thirty-million strong population, 1.9 million people reside in the provincial capital Peshawar. Balochistan?s capital Quetta?s population grew by forty three percent from 0.56 million in 1998 to 1.001 million in 2017.
  11. KARACHI: The Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre is utilising the help of an expensive robot who assists in diagnosing and treating cancer patients. Cyberknife is Pakistan?s only robot, whose services are being utilised to help the plight of cancer patients. According to the incharge Cyberknife Robotic Surgery at JPMC, Dr Tariq Mehmood the robot, bought with the help of patient aid foundation, private institutions and donors, can help treat any type of tumor. According to officials, in the whole world there are only 150 robots present of this kind. The treatment in the US costs around $60,000, but here the treatment is free. In JPMC, every year around 5,000 cancer patients are treated.
  12. File Photo KARACHI: A dead body was discovered late Saturday night here in Sector 36-B, Surjani Town, rescue sources said. The rescue officials added that the body was almost three days old; however, the police are yet to comment on the matter since the deceased has not been identified. Details will be added when more information is available. CTD operation On the other hand, the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) carried out a raid in Saeedabad, Baldia Town, resulting in one suspect being killed and another managing to escape, the department's officials stated. Weapons were recovered from the deceased suspect, CTD officers added. Firing injures two Two people were injured during firing incidents late Saturday night at two localities of the metropolis. One person was wounded when they resisted a robbery attempt in Cantt Bazaar at Drigh Road, rescue sources noted. A woman was injured during a random firing incident near Dawood Chowrangi, Landhi, rescue officers explained. Secret gambling den raided Police raided a gambling den in Leemon Goth late Saturday night, Senior Superintended of Police (SSP)-Malir Rao Anwar said, adding that six suspects were taken into custody in the process. The police officer mentioned that the suspects had set up the secret gambling den at one of their homes.
  13. KARACHI: A worker reportedly affiliated with Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) was shot dead in the Orangi Town area of the metropolis on Monday. Another worker affiliated with the political party was injured in the incident. A PSP worker was killed in the same area of the city earlier in October 2016. The killers, according to witnesses, were wearing burqas when they carried out the attack. Kashif Sagheer, 28, was shot dead in Sector-12C of Orangi Town.
  14. KARACHI: At least one person was killed when a bus overturned in the metropolis' Korangi area on Saturday afternoon. Three other people were injured in the accident, confirmed rescue sources. Rescue services reached the spot and provided aid to the effected people.
  15. KARACHI: Two crucial suspects in the Lyari gang war were taken into custody during an operation conducted late Wednesday night by the law enforcement agencies in the city?s troubled area, Geo News reported. Sources reveal that besides the arrested suspects, who are important elements in the prolonged Lyari gang war conflict, the primary goal of the raid was to round up the infamous leader Zahid Ladla and commander Tanvir. However, they were not caught. Ladla is wanted by security officials in dozens of cases of murder, attempted murder, and extortion, the sources added. Raids in Gulberg, Ittehad Town Security officers detained three suspects during operations conducted in various areas of the metropolis, Geo News reported. During a raid carried out in the city?s Gulberg area, police took into custody two suspects and recovered weapons and a motorcycle from them, Superintendent of Police (SP) said. The arrestees ? who have been identified as Shakeel and Salman ? were wanted in numerous cases of street crime, the official added. In addition, both suspects confessed to the street crimes they had committed earlier, the SP stated. On the other hand, one suspect was detained during an operation conducted in Baldia?s Ittehad Town area, police said, adding that weapons and a motorcycle were recovered from the arrestee.
  16. KARACHi: Two children drowned on Thursday in the metropolis' Punjab Chowrangi area. The children were playing in a pool of water which had accumulated in an under-construction underpass, said rescue sources. Rescue services added that they have recovered a body from the area while the search for the second body is underway. The children were between the age of eight and ten. The underpass is slated to be completed by September 2017. The cost of the project is estimated at Rs600 million. After the completion of the underpass, traffic at Punjab Chowrangi will be signal-free. The length of the underpass will be 750 meters.
  17. KARACHI: A 72-inch pipeline was ruptured on Tuesday following a power breakdown at Dhabeji Pumping Station ? the most important water supply source for the city. According to Karachi Water & Sewerage Board (KWSB) officials, a power failure at the Dhabeji pumping station caused a buildup of back pressure in the pipeline; unable to take the increased pressure the 72-inch pipeline burst. As a result, 150 million gallons of water will not be supplied to the city in the next forty-eight hours, according to a statement issued by the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KSWB). ?Two kilometres of land was submerged in water after the pipeline burst,? a KWSB spokesperson said. Heavy equipment for repairing the damaged line was promptly transported to the pumping station on the instructions of KWSB?s Managing Director Syed Hashim Raza Zaidi. ?The repair work can take up to 48 hours,? the KWSB spokesperson said. ?Till the pipeline is repaired, we are using alternate pipelines to supply water.?
  18. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah on one of his snap-checking visits of the ongoing developmental projects in Karachi. June 8, 2017. KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah on Wednesday night visited the metropolis' various areas to observe the progress of certain ongoing developmental projects, Geo News reported. Shah, who was accompanied by Zia-ul-Hassan Lanjar, Nasir Hussain Shah, and Jam Khan Shoro ? the provincial Ministers for Law, Information, and Housing & Town Planning, respectively ? went to Burns Road, Empress Market, and Hassan Square, a spokesperson for CM Sindh said. The chief minister stressed that the developmental projects currently underway should be completed as per schedule, adding that delays in their progress will not be tolerated. "There should be no compromise in terms of work," Shah mentioned, highlighting that action will be taken against any officer found to be involved in causing hold-ups in the projects.
  19. The body of a girl, who was reported missing on Sunday evening in Manghopir, has been recovered from an empty plot nearby, rescue sources said. Having being reported missing by her parents the prior day, the girl has been identified as six-year-old Sidrah, revealed police officials, who added that her body bore torture marks. Police operations Four suspects have been arrested in search operations conducted by the police in Karachi’s Ittehad and Bahria Towns, police stated, adding that their names are Javed, Habibullah, Ghulam Shabbir, and Noorzada. Of these, police continued, Ghulam Shabbir and Noorzada have been held for violating the Resident Act, while contraband has been recovered from Javed and Habibullah. Another suspect was taken into custody following an operation in Gulshan-e-Iqbal here. The suspect – Abdul Sattar – was reportedly involved in street crimes, police mentioned. It went on to say that illegal arms and ammunition has been recovered from the arrestee, who has previously been arrested for illegal possession of arms as well. In snap checking, four additional suspects were arrested by police in the Pakistan Bazaar area. The arrestees – Sameer, Aman, Jameel, and Sharafat – are alleged to be involved in street crimes, and weapons were recovered from them, police sources disclosed. Two more suspects were held by police in an operation conducted in Sharifabad here, police mentioned. Both suspects – Hamza and Noman – were reportedly engaged in street crimes. A case has subsequently been registered against the two arrestees. Keamari firing, Korangi petrol pump robbed In related news, one person was reported dead due to a firing incident in Keamari, police said. On the other hand, unnamed armed persons stormed into a petrol station in Korangi area here, a CCTV footage that surfaced following the incident depicted. The robbers, who spent a good 30 minutes looting those present, have brought lock-breaking tools to access a secret locker. The muggers robbed customers of whatever cash they were carrying. While no further details emerged, police officials confirmed the incident and said that investigative activities have been commenced under the Zaman Town police station’s lead.
  20. KARACHI: Four people drowned in the city's Hawkes Bay beach on Sunday morning, said rescue sources. Body of the fourth person was recovered later in the morning. The four deceased have been identified as Danish, a resident of Buffer Zone; Syed Raza, from Federal B area; Mishal, from North Nazimabad and Zubair. Drowning incidents are common in the summer season, when picnickers flock to the beaches to beat the soaring temperatures in the city. Many pay no heed to the warnings from the civil administration to stay clear of the deep waters. In 2015, three people were swept away by a strong tide in the Gadani beach on the second day of Eid. In 2014, 12 people drowned in Clifton beach of Karachi, despite a ban on swimming in the sea. This incident too took place on one of the Eid days.
  21. KARACHI: A fire that broke out early on Saturday at a building on I.I. Chundrigar road in Karachi, reignited after the fire department controlled. A man who was trapped inside the building was rescued, the fire department told Geo News. The man did not sustain any serious injuries. Rescue activities are underway, as the fire department continues to make efforts to contain the fire. Five fire tenders, a fire snorkel and water bouser fought the fire for three hours, on the fifteenth and sixteenth floor of Saima Trade Tower, following which it was reported under control. However, the blaze reignited an hour after it was reported under control by rescue sources. The blaze erupted between 5.30 AM and 6.00 AM, rescue sources told Geo News. Firetrucks promptly reached the site within ten minutes after the fire brigade department was alerted. No casualties were reported, however, two guards who were trapped on the affected floors were safely evacuated from the building two hours after rescue teams reached the site. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is received.
  22. KARACHI: A fire that broke out early on Saturday at a building on I.I. Chundrigar road in Karachi, reignited after the fire department controlled. A snorkel, five fire trucks, and a water bouser fought the fire for three hours, on the fifteenth and sixteenth floor of Saima Trade Tower, following which it was reported under control. However, the blaze reignited an hour after it was reported under control by rescue sources. The blaze erupted between 5.30 AM and 6.00 AM, rescue sources told Geo News. Firetrucks promptly reached the site within ten minutes after the fire brigade department was alerted. No casualties were reported, however, two guards who were trapped on the affected floors were safely evacuated from the building two hours after rescue teams reached the site. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is received.