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Proposal for an oil exploration site inside the Kirthar National Park outrages environmentalists in Pakistan
A deadly cyclone causes large-scale devastation in Pakistan and despite early warnings the toll on the Indian side is as high
A Pakistani court will decide whether commercial fishing can be allowed on a protected lake that is also the haunt of migratory birds.
THE Pakistan government has ambitious plans to tap coal reserves under the vast expanses of the Thar desert, but environmentalists warn that unfettered development could do more.harm. than good.
PAKISTAN'S JUNIPER forests -- the second largest in the world -- have been struck by the dwarf mistletoe, reveal Pakistani scientists. The mistletoe is a parasite that hampers the growth of the host,
PAKISTAN'S agriculture dominated economy may be crippled by increased variation in monsoons over the next 50 years as a result of global warming, fears the director of the Pakistan Institute of
Pakistan's fishing industry is in the doldrums following arrest orders for illegal migrants. The Karachi Fishing Boat and Trawlers Owners Group (KFBTOG) warns that unless the crackdown on Bengali
THOUGH Moeen Qureshi is only interim prime minister of Pakistan, he has dared to challenge the wealthy and influential landowners of the country by imposing a wealth tax on agricultural income. This
Pakistan's minister for environment, local government and rural development, Omar Asghar Khan has set up three committees to develop a long-term vision on environment. The committees will also
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