KARACHI: In a bid to provide safe and reliable electricity to its consumers, K-Electric continued its drive against the menace of illegal connection (kunda) and generators across the city. With the support of Electric Inspector Karachi (EIK) representative Khalid Qaimkhani,
KARACHI: A five-storey dilapidated building collapsed in Liaquatabad area on Tuesday night. There were no causualties or injuries reported as the building was evacuated a day earlier. Police said the building was declared dangerous and had been cleared to avoid
KARACHI: The Sindh Health Department has illegally promoted nine employees of the Sindh Government Hospital Liaquatabad. These employees have been given postings in violation of directives of the Supreme Court of Pakistan while the seniority list has been completely negated,
KARACHI: A blast occurred near a centre of the Ehsaas Program in Liaquatabad area on Friday leaving one person and six others injured. Contingents of Police and Rangers have reached the site of the incident and are conducting initial investigation.
KARACHI: The Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) has failed to control illegal construction in the city, just as reports emerged that a five-storey building collapsed in Lyari. Earlier, a five-storey building had collapsed in Liquatabad but the SBCA authorities failed
KARACHI: Several officers of the Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) has started collecting corrupt payments from builders involved in illegal constructions ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr. SBCA Deputy Director Shakeel Jamali, Assistant Director Sami Shaikh, and building inspector Aurangzeb have collecting underhand
KARACHI: The Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) has failed to control illegal constructions in Liaquatabad area, which continue unabated despite the ongoing lockdown. The construction has commenced on the seventh floor on an 80-square yard residential plot no. 164 located