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Govt hints reduction in fuel prices

Karachi: Minister for Information, Murtaza Solangi, suggested on Saturday that there may be a reduction in petrol prices during the upcoming review in the next two weeks, citing the significant strengthening of the Pakistani rupee against the US dollar. Addressing the media at the Karachi Press Club, Minister Solangi expressed optimism about the possibility of…

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PHA prepares to take on Smog ahead of Winter Season

Lahore: Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) has launched an ambitious tree-planting campaign across the provincial metropolis as a proactive measure against air pollution, especially in anticipation of the impending smog that envelops the city of gardens during the winter season. Each year, Lahore grapples with environmental pollution, characterized by a significant concentration of fine airborne…

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Petrol, diesel prices raised to all time High in Pakistan

as widely anticipated due to the upward trajectory of global oil prices. Although the appreciation of the rupee against other currencies may have a positive influence on petroleum prices, it is insufficient to counterbalance the impact of surging global oil prices, according to industry experts cited by The News. pic.twitter.com/utyePZMGme — Ministry of Finance (@FinMinistryPak)…

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Bilawal Clarifies PPP’s Position in Response to Zardari’s Statement on Delimitation

Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) reaffirms the demand for elections within 90 days of assembly dissolution PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari made a surprising statement on Saturday, asserting that his father, former President Asif Ali Zardari’s views on fresh delimitations were his own. This statement caused a stir in political circles, particularly considering the…

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NEPRA has granted approval to charge Fuel Cost Adjustment (FCA) of Rs1.46 per unit in the electricity bills for September

Amidst widespread protests against the surging electricity bills, the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) granted approval on Friday for power distribution companies to impose a charge of Rs1.46 per unit on consumers for fuel cost adjustment (FCA) in July’s electricity bills. The regulatory decision was made in accordance with Section 31(7) of the Regulation…

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Initiative underway to offer up to Rs13,000 in electricity bill relief for October

Amidst nationwide protests against surging electricity bills, the interim government has devised a strategy to alleviate the burden on consumers, according to sources reported by Geo News on Monday. The caretaker government aims to provide relief to consumers in October by granting Rs3,000 to those using up to 300 units of electricity in their bills….

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