ISLAMABAD (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nawabshah, a city in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province, made headlines last month when it hit what may be a new record world temperature for April: 50.2 degrees (122 degrees Fahrenheit), according to the World Meteorological Organization.
MARDAN, Pakistan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Adil Khan’s hopes for a good harvest are fading again this year as he inspects his orchard of apricot and loquat trees in the mountains of Pakistan’s northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.
RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Pakistan’s environmental protection agency is installing air quality monitors and warning factories to add pollution filters after a panel of the country’s top judges ordered the government to detail its efforts to control worsening air pollution.
ISLAMABAD (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With the approach of springtime, most residents in this capital city look forward to trading in snow and icy weather for milder temperatures and blossoming flowers and trees.
ISLAMABAD (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Upset by the felling of many of Islamabad’s trees – victims of rapid urbanization - the city's children are fighting back with a tree planting drive.
ISLAMABAD (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In early November last year, Muhammad Islam was surprised by news from the Pakistan Meteorological Department.
KATHMANDU (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When heavy monsoon rains triggered unprecedented flooding last August in the area around western Nepal’s Babai and West Rapti rivers, the swollen waters crossed the border into India within a few hours.
ISLAMABAD, Dec 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A decade
ago, artist Suleman Shams left Lahore and moved his family to
Pakistan’s tree-lined capital, drawn by the city's green and
KARACHI, Pakistan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When an unseasonal and potentially deadly heatwave loomed on weather forecasts last month, authorities in this port city took an unusual step: They issued a public warning, a full week in advance.
KARACHI, Pakistan, Oct 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In
late August, a month’s worth of rain fell on Pakistan’s southern
port city of Karachi in two days, leaving residents wading
through waist-deep water, amid stalled vehicles and the bodies
of dead animals floating through the streets.