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Floodwaters swept towards two southern Pakistani towns Tuesday as authorities managed to finally plug a breach in defences across the Indus River at nearby Thatta city. Pakistani troops and city workers had been battling over the weekend to save
The countrys two key reservoirs, Tarbela and Mangla Dams, are all set to touch their peak water storage points, leaving the authorities with no option but to discharge the additional incoming water downstream, further aggravating the flood situation.
The Federal Flood Commission and the Met office have warned the authorities that the next 24 hours are critical and if the ongoing spell of rains continues, innumerable villages in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, the Punjab and Sindh would be inundated because
More than two hundred villages have come under water due to flooding in Indus River that washed away hundreds of livestock and destroyed standing crops over vast land. According to report of a private channel, flood in Indus River submerged villages
Tripping of the main electricity supply lines at Tarbela Dam Power House caused 15-hour stoppage of the electricity to the residential colonies, forcing the people to pass through a sleepless night. The sources said that the Wapda staff continued to
The power generation on Friday was recorded 12,955 MW against total demand of 14,440 MW while the shortfall remained 1,186 MW...As many as 600 MW was supplied to Karachi Electric Supply Company, the report further said. Meanwhile water level at
The power generation on Wednesday was recorded as 12904 MW against total demand of 15009 MW, thus the shortfall remained 2105 MW during the last 24 hours. According to the daily power generation report, out of total power generation, 4652 MW was
Monday released 168,564 cusecs water from various rim stations with inflow of 170,958 cusecs. River Indus at Tarbela was 1384.28 feet which was 6.28 feet above its dead level 1378.00 feet. Water inflow was recorded as 62,400 cusecs and outflow was
Pakistan (AP) — Dozens of villages in northern Pakistan must be evacuated as army troops dig spillways to drain a swelling lake that has submerged homes and roads since being formed by a massive landslide, the army's chief engineer said Thursday.
This shows that they understand the importance of reservoirs. But they also protest if anyone suggests building more reservoirs, the quickest being at Kalabagh. It is important to understand that dams belong to the state and not to any one province.