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The road sector will be developed according to KMC resources, said Shallwani | Instant News

Karachi Administrator and Commissioner Iftikhar Ali Shallwani said on Sunday that the road carpet in Liaquatabad Area C would be finished in a few hours and stones would also be laid on the paths on both sides of the road.

While visiting the Liaquatabad neighborhood to review work, Shallwani said that Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) was carrying out work, including road construction and renovation, using its own resources.

Director General of KMC’s Department of Works & Services Shabeeh-ul-Hassan Zaidi, District Chief Technician Najeeb Ahmed and other relevant officials were also present at the occasion. The administrator said that the road sector will be developed according to KMC resources. He said that work on replacing the Shah Faisal bridge expansion joint had also started.

It is important to mention here that the extension connections of the Millennium Mall Bridge and the Liaquatabad Bridge have been replaced, while the connections of all remaining bridges will be replaced if necessary.

Shallwani said that the Karachi Water & Sewerage Board only laid pipes in the Liaquatabad area No. 10 but have not reconstructed it, which caused misery for the community.

He said the road that stretches from Liaquatabad to Golimar and Nazimabad is in a condition not suitable for motorized vehicles to pass because people throw a lot of garbage on the road. He added that the situation took a turn for the worse especially at night, when Karachi saw more traffic. He appealed to the public not to throw garbage on the streets and keep it neat and clean.

Administrators direct DG work & services to paint walkways on both sides and continue to remove distractions from the road to ensure smooth flow of traffic. It also orders using high standard materials for long-lasting results. The newly constructed road will be 1,800 feet long by 30 feet wide.


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2020 Melbourne Cup in Flemington: Horses raised in New Zealand will compete in the Melbourne Cup | Instant News


Jockey Mark Zahra celebrates victory over Verry Elleegant after winning the Caulfield Cup. Photo / Getty

The man developing New Zealand’s best wishes at today’s Melbourne Cup said there was a very good reason Verry Elleegant won the iconic race.

Because he knows how to fight.

Former coach Nick Bishara still has a stake in the possession of the Caulfield Cup winners who, although he coached in Sydney recently, are more than half owned here.

Verry Elleegant not only grew up in New Zealand but started her career here and, with expat Chris Waller coaching her, she is far more Kiwi than an Aussie heading for today’s epic $ NZ8.23 million.

Bishara knows Verry Elleegant, who has won nearly $ 8.5 million in career stakes, will face some of the best defenders in the world but says his courage means he can win.

“In three of his last four games he came off the canvas to win,” Bishara said.

“He is a true fighter and he has developed into an extraordinary horse.

“I know the Europeans are amazing, but we beat some of them in the Caulfield Cup so there’s no reason we can’t do it again.”

Bishara wants to see his horse ride three wide trucks with cover starting the last 1000m and then fight to the line. After that, what will happen.

“What a thrill it is to have a real chance at the Melbourne Cup.

“Since none of us owners living in New Zealand could be there, about 40 of us including family and friends, went to Ellerslie to enjoy the day and watch the races.

“We’ll be proud of him but I don’t know what will happen if we win because I can’t have a big night, I have horses I train for Wednesday and I have to take them to the races.

“But we’ll be worried about that after the race.”

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Also in Ellerslie will be Mark Lupton, who owns part of and has coached Etah James, the Sydney Cup winner who likes the 3200m distance.

His horse was no more favored than Verry Elleegant, but he insisted that he peaked at the right time.

“He had some little things that went wrong in this preparation, but Ciaron (Maher, coach) said he was flying in his current job,” said Lupton.

We knew he would tackle the 3200m and, while he won the Sydney Cup on a tough track, his previous best form was on a good track.

“Maybe he doesn’t have the class of some of them, and he’s an eight year old mare, so we’re realistic but there’s a lot of money for a horse that finishes in the first 12 and we have a good chance of that.

“We have Miss racing at Ellerslie so we’ll watch it there. I know I have to pack a bag for the night in case we need to celebrate but I don’t want to jinx her.”


Coach Andrew Forsman said everything went perfectly for the only horse New Zealand trained at the Cup, The Chosen One.

“We are happy with him, the draw and his lead in the Caulfield Cup,” said Forsman, who coached the five-year-old with Murray Baker.

He is a straight forward horse and needs to be able to jump and put himself in a good spot.

“Then the question is whether he is good enough to beat the Europeans, which is the same for all of us.”

Like other Kiwi coaches with horses in races they have done, or have coached in the past, Forsman will be in Ellerslie today with a team of five from their stables with a break to watch the Cup.


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Fountain House will be developed as the best mental health institution | Instant News

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Psychiatric Society (PPS) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa President and a leading psychiatrist Prof. Dr. Imran Khan hopes Fountain House Peshawar (FHP), which is a constituent institution of Khyber Medical University (KMU), will be developed as a state-of-the-art mental health institution.

He expressed this view while representing the Pakistan Psychiatric Society at a summit on FHP at KMU. In addition to leading psychologists LRH, KTH, HMC, FHP and KIMS Kohat, KMU Deputy Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Ziaul Haq, former vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Muhammad Daud Khan, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Hafizullah, Registrar of KMU Prof. Dr. Saleem Gandapur, Prof. Mukhtiarul Haq general Secretary of PPS KP chapter and project director Dr Muslim Khan FHP also attended the meeting. Dr Imran Khan informed the participants that FHP will soon become part of the KMU constituency which will be run in collaboration with the provincial government. He said the KMU-FHP platform would help promote mental health as well as a special focus on scholarships and research in the mental health and behavioral sciences.

Dr Mukhtarul Haq, Secretary General of PPS KP, said the provision of state-of-the-art clinical care facilities for the province with 250 beds in FHP will also be ensured. He said clinics and rehabilitation units would soon be established under the auspices of the FHP to treat and rehabilitate drug addicts and make drug addicts beneficial to society. KMU Deputy Chancellor Dr Ziaul Haq said that under the KMU Institute it will offer a wide portfolio of academic programs including Bachelor of Science in Mental Health & Behavioral Sciences, Certificates, diplomas, and Masters programs in mental health, Masters / MPhil in Global Mental Health, Masters / MPhil in clinical research, MCPS / FCPS / MD and PhD in mental health. He said his party would also offer a comprehensive continuous professional development program to all cadres of health providers involved in providing mental health services in the province.


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Durbin Discusses Withdrawal of Troops from Germany, Covid-19 Testing with the Minister of Defense | Instant News

Durbin Discusses Withdrawal of Troops from Germany, Testing Covid-19 with the Minister of Defense | RiverBender.com


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The PM is determined to bring less developed regions on par with developed regions: Shibli Faraz – Pakistan | Instant News

Last updated when July 14, 2020 8:01 a.m.

The PM is determined to bring less developed regions on par with developed regions: Shibli Faraz

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed all provinces to form a Provincial Finance Commission to bring less developed regions on par with developed regions.

This was stated by Minister of Information and Broadcasting Shibli Faraz when giving briefings to the media after a federal cabinet meeting in Islamabad today, with Prime Minister Imran Khan in the chair.

He said that the Federal Minister for Planning and Development would oversee matters relating to the Provincial Finance Commission in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan.

The Minister said that the Prime Minister had expressed the government’s determination to ensure transparency in the Senate elections. He said the government was working to develop a system to streamline the appointment of heads of government institutions.

The minister said the government was working to establish the Hajj Fund in the Malaysian model pattern.

He said that the cabinet reviewed all decisions taken in the previous meeting and discussed various suggestions related to the implementation of the pending decisions.

Shibli Faraz said people were being provided with solar stoves in Gilgit Baltistan to prevent deforestation in the region. He said the meeting was told that a total of 11,376 Pakistanis were jailed in various countries.

The Prime Minister directs all Pakistani embassies to provide legal support to these prisoners and contact the relevant authorities to ensure their release.

Commenting on the Sugar inquiry report, he said his main goal was to ensure the supply of sugar to consumers at low prices rather than defaming someone.


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