Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Saturday approved a one-time Rs950 million grant to pay Rs10,000 stipends to the affected families that have been displaced due to the Thar Coal Block-II project. Shah was chairing a meeting at the CM House to review the water and rehabilitation schemes that are underway in the Tharparkar district. The provincial government will pay a monthly stipend of Rs10,000 to the residents who lost their homes du... (Date:12/08/2018 13:40) Read full article >>

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