Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Islamabad to have network of new parks

ISLAMABAD: In addition to several development projects and the beautification campaign of Islamabad, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has started setting up a network of parks throughout the city.The parks will offer a clean environment and space for healthy activities in all parts of the city. However, while this drive for new parks is on, the previously built community centres are still awaiting the CDA’s attention for maintenance....... More Details

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Last Month Visitors Detail of My Page!

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Islamabad tops country in cost of living

ISLAMABAD: The cost of living in the federal capital is far higher than other cities of Pakistan as the Sensitive Price Index (SPI) is causing unbearable burden on the low-income groups, according to the latest statistics obtained by The News from the Federal Bureau of Statistics (FBS).The low-income groups are prime victim of rise in the food inflation. Most of their income is used for purchasing the essential food items, the prices of which are too much for people surviving on a fixed income.According to FBS most recent statistics, the average price of mutton is Rs 255 per kilogram in Islamabad whereas in Rawalpindi it is reduced a little bit and sold for Rs 243.33 per kg. In Gujranwala mutton is sold for Rs 245, Sialkot Rs 250, Lahore Rs 248, Faisalabad Rs 220, Sargodha Rs 220, Multan Rs 225, Karachi Rs 242.31, Hyderabad Rs 220, Sukkur Rs 200, Larkana Rs 200 and in Peshawar Rs 210 per kg. More Details

Friday, February 02, 2007

Always Speak The Truth - Interesting one

This Huqooq-e-Mardaan picture is published by the cooperation of Enayat ur Rehman, Assistant Program Officer, Population Council.