November 29, 2022
Business

ZTBL to Defer Rs. 20 Billion in Farmer Loans from Balochistan and Sindh

In accordance with the Prime Minister’s instructions, Zarai Taraqiati Bank Ltd (ZTBL) has chosen to help farmers in flood-affected areas by postponing debts totaling Rs. 20 billion. According to ZTBL authorities, the loans would be postponed for a year. About 57 000 farmers will profit from this policy. In a statement, the bank underlined that […]

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PAKISTAN

Balochistan educational institutions will reopen after two weeks

QUETTA: Today was the first day of classes in all of the province of Balochistan (Monday).Mir Naseebullah Khan Marri, the province’s minister of education, made the declaration that schools and institutions would resume on the designated day. The decision to open schools in the badly devastated areas of Naseerabad and Jaffarabad, according to Naseebullah Marri, […]

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PAKISTAN

How much precipitation can Pakistan expect in September?

After forecasting additional rain for the upcoming month, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) released the weather outlook for September on Thursday.The Met Office predicts that at least two monsoon systems will likely bring substantial rains to the month of September. According to the Met Department’s most recent forecast, September is anticipated to see normal to […]

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PAKISTAN

250 people have died in the Balochistan floods

The number of fatalities in Balochistan has now reached 250 after at least two additional persons were confirmed deceased in the course of the last 24 hours due to incidents brought on by rain and flooding.In its report, the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) reported that two persons had died, bringing the total number of […]

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PAKISTAN

Ahsan thanks APCEA for its contribution of Rs15.5 million to the PM Flood Relief Fund

Professor Ahsan Iqbal, the federal minister for planning, development, and special initiatives, thanked the All Pakistan Chinese Enterprises Association (APECA) on Thursday for its donation of Rs15.5 million to the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund in the wake of the recent flood calamity. The nation has been severely impacted by climate change. We are among […]

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PAKISTAN

Balochistan experiences more flash floods that trap 500 people

QUETTA: Balochistan was devastated by severe rains and river torrents, which imprisoned at least 500 people, including women and children.Several regions of the province have been flooded by nonstop lashing showers. Houses, businesses, and places of business were flooded. Over a hundred villages were predicted to be flooded as the Bolan River’s flood surge broke […]

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PAKISTAN

234 people have now died as a result of the Balochistan rains

According to the Provincial Disaster Management Authority, four additional individuals have perished in rain- and flood-related incidents in Balochistan over the past 24 hours (PDMA).The PDMA Balochistan reported that since June 1 there have been 234 fatalities in the rain-devastated province. 110 men, 55 women, and 69 kids are among the dead. According to the […]

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PAKISTAN

Balochistan is experiencing a food crisis because of blocked roads and flash flooding

CHAMAN: A recent downpour has made things worse for the Baloch people, who now have less or no food due to flash floods that has blocked down trade between Karachi and Quetta. Flooding in the province’s northeastern and central regions could get worse, according to the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA). Rain fell heavily in […]

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PAKISTAN

Massive climate anomaly in Pakistan causes devastation and 830 deaths

Senator Sherry Rehman, the federal minister for climate change, has asked for immediate humanitarian assistance and rescue efforts to help the people of Pakistan who have been affected by the rain and floods recover. Rehman stated during a briefing on the present flood emergency to reevaluate the damage caused by the periodic flash flooding in […]

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PAKISTAN

Rain has finally arrived in Karachi, and more is forecast over the next 24 hours

According to a Met Department weather advisory, a clearly visible low-pressure system that originated in Rajasthan, India, proceeded northwest and invaded Sindh, bringing showers. Under the influence of this system, the monsoon currents also invaded the country’s southern and higher regions. The system is likely to result in more rain and thunderstorms with scattered intermittent […]

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