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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT FROM SHAHID AFRIDI

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT FROM SHAHID AFRIDI

Shahid Afridi’s House, Nothing Less Than a Palace Shahid Afridi has just set foot in his brand-new home location in DHA Phase 8, Karachi. He announced it with a personalized home tour of his home. Lala has really hit this out of the park! The house—still undisclosed on size, price and exact location—is anything but ordinary. But, it is definitely no less than a palace. Although it is an addition to the already-available mansions in Phase 8, this one is as special as Boom Boom Afridi. The garden is the size of a stadium, and it is greener than the greens you’ve ever seen! Our advice to Lala: get a few floodlights, a pitch, and this house can easily host a very own Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Series! The basement has its very own table tennis table, pool table, and its very own projector cinema. It is also surrounded by the awards and achievements that Boom Boom Afridi has accumulated during his career. Not to mention, the framed jerseys of legendary former and current cricketers, which just adds to the beauty to this house. Lala surely takes his recreation seriously. The perfect attraction to this amazing house is the simple and elegant touch to his drawing room. What lifts this room are the souvenirs placed in it. For starters, there is a gold plated pistol, gifted to him by former Chief of Army Staff, Gen. Raheel Sharif. In one corner is Shahid Afridi’s bat from which he scored the fastest century against Sri Lanka in 1996 — the bat that got him the title of Boom Boom Afridi. One can only dream of seeing that bat live, which gave Lala and Pakistan all the glory of that elusive record. The house has an outstanding view, and it is right by the sea, creating a peaceful and serene atmosphere. Shaaba Lala, this house is truly the biggest 6 you have ever hit. Looking for a house similar to this one? Browse Jagah Online’s listings, and find the perfect house for yourself!

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AJRAK Number Plates to be issued in Sindh

AJRAK Number Plates to be issued in Sindh

Vehicle Number Plates with Ajrak Logos and Embedded Chips to be introduced in Sindh By 2020 New number plates installed with computerized chips and showcasing a new design based on the Sindhi Ajrak are to be used in Sindh in 2020. Secretary Excise Abdul Haleem Shaikh has requested the assembling of such number plates, introduced with chips and Ajrak logos, for 300,000 vehicles and motorbikes in the first stage. A proper endorsement is yet to be acquired from the provincial cabinet and Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah. These innovative number plates would be scan-able and will give all information about the vehicle and its owner. This program will also help in apprehending automobile thieves.

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Tax Reform Package for Real Estate Industry

Tax Reform Package for Real Estate Industry

Much Needed Tax Reform to Be Introduced Soon For Real Estate and Construction Industry We are all aware that the Pakistani economy has taken a downturn and this is an issue that needs to be addressed without any delay. The real estate and construction industry is one of the industries that will help Pakistan’s economy stabilize and grow. Recently in a news show, Mr. Hassan Bakshi Ex-Chairman Association of Builders and Developers Pakistan (ABAD) informed that the government is introducing a Tax Reform Package that will give a boost to the real estate and construction industry. He mentioned that their discussion with government officials indicated that the builders, developers, and investors do not have any problem with paying income taxes; instead what they want is a streamlined system that eliminates the exchange between the tax payer and tax collector. The highlights of this tax reform package will be that financiers will be encouraged to invest in this sector, without much questioning about their financials. The growth of this sector will not only impact the industry, but will also power the growth of more than 70 dependent industries.

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KDAs Upcoming Low Cost Housing Schemes

KDAs Upcoming Low Cost Housing Schemes

All You Need To Know About the KDA Low-Cost Public Housing Schemes in Karachi Pakistan’s largest metropolis, Karachi, is getting four new housing projects. These projects are aimed at providing affordable housing to the populace in the most competitive and expensive real estate market in the country. With the fast-growing population and soaring property prices, it is getting extremely difficult for the lower-income citizens to buy something of their own. Director-General KDA, Dr. Badar Jamil Mandhro, told a news channel that the schemes will be formally announced soon via newspaper advertisements. The four new housing schemes in Karachi will be set up in Surjani Town, FB Area Block 1, Korangi, and KDA Scheme 1. The housing projects will consist of plots and apartments. Measurements of these apartments and plots will be 80, 120, 200 and 240 square yards respectively.

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Laws Safeguarding Rights of Pakistani Property Owners

Laws Safeguarding Rights of Pakistani Property Owners

Property Owners: DO YOU KNOW ALL YOUR RIGHTS ? Although things seem mismanaged and disorderly in our dear country, there are laws in place that govern all aspects of ownership of property in Pakistan. These laws cover buying and selling of real estate in Pakistan. As a property owner, you should know these laws. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 The Transfer of Property Act of 1882 is the oldest law that is still being followed regarding the real estate in Pakistan. This Act explains how properties can be transferred, what types of properties are transferable, and people who are permitted to transfer properties. The Stamp Act, 1899 The Stamp Act of 1899 is a very widely used law that incorporates that all legal documents must be published on Stamp papers issued by the Government of Pakistan. These stamp papers are deemed of a certain value, the revenue of which goes to the government. The stamp papers also validate any transaction that may be carried out. The Registration Act, 1908 The Registration Act of 1908 is a very comprehensive law that encompasses all aspects of registration of property in Pakistan. It comprises of 15 Sections that describe these details completely. This Act applies to all areas of Pakistan except a few districts. The Land Revenue Act, 1967 The Land Revenue Act of 1967 describes the overall structure and progressive system of the land and revenue department of Pakistan. The Act additionally gives clear rules on collecting land income. The rudimentary issues of partition of land, marking of boundaries, settlements, and conducting surveys also part of the Land Revenue Act of 1967.

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ASF City Karachi Announces Balloting

ASF City Karachi Announces Balloting

All remaining un-balloted files to be balloted on October 4th Dubbed as “The Sustainable City of Pakistan”, ASF City Karachi (ACK) will provide a guideline for future independent cities. ASF City intends to provide a comfortable, efficient, and secure environment for its residents. ASF Towers The long expected balloting of ASF City Karachi is finally arriving. The management of ASF City Karachi has announced that all remaining active un-balloted files that do not have any outstanding payments will undergo the balloting process on 4th October, 2019. Civic Center The ASF City Karachi management has also outlined the conditions that must be met in order for the file to be part of the balloting ceremony: All 9 installments/dues must be cleared Installments/dues must be cleared by 30th September, 2019 Moreover, files with outstanding payments will not be part of the balloting process. ASF Gate If you own a file for ASF City Karachi, don’t miss out on the balloting. Make sure you meet the set conditions.

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Spot Record AND Win PKR 1 lakh

Spot Record AND Win PKR 1 lakh

MISSION CLEAN KARACHI: SINDH INFORMATION MINISTER ANNOUNCES REWARD Karachi City Tired of seeing trash in Karachi? Want to do something about it? The moment is here. Garbage spread across the city The Sindh Information Minister, Saeed Ghani, has indicated that any citizen who records and identifies another citizen throwing garbage around the city, and sends the video to the assigned WhatsApp numbers at 0300-0074296 and 0300-008429 will get a reward of PKR 100,000. The minister said that he himself has observed citizens dumping garbage all over Karachi without caring about its impact and the amplified costs to administration to get rid of it. Dump Trucks picking up garbage as part of Clean my Karachi campaign Earlier, Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah also gave a resembling statement, and claimed that he will show how Karachi can be cleaned in a week. Following his statement, a Clean my Karachi 18-member committee was assigned to monitor the progress of this city-wide tidying-up campaign. CM Murad Ali Shah with the 18-member committee If the campaign turns out to be a success, properties in Karachi will become more valuable. This will provide an excellent opportunity to invest in Karachi real estate.

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Tips For Making Your Home Safe During Earthquakes

Tips For Making Your Home Safe During Earthquakes

Stay Safe Through The Tremors Yesterday’s 5.6-magnitude earthquake in the northern side of Pakistan must have gotten you thinking, how can you stay safe during an earthquake and how can you keep your home safe? Although we cannot plan ahead for any natural disaster, here are some excellent tips to keep your house protected in these trying times. Planning Ahead The first and foremost thing to do is to check if you live in an earthquake prone area. You can get this information from the internet. Find out what your community has in place for disaster management. Make sure that everyone in your household, even children, know where all the gas valves and electrical mains are. This will help if they have to be shut down during an emergency. Keep an emergency kit accessible. Inside the House Install a gas shut-off mechanism. Check all nuts and bolts regularly for any loosening. Keep your appliances secure by placing them on proper mounts and bases. Safety film installation on windows and glass doors can keep them safe. If a quake is expected, strap large appliances and furniture to the walls using safety cables and straps. Structure of the House Reinforcing concrete walls, brick walls, and stone work can safeguard your construction. Install Steel Plates and Anchor Bolts between the structure and the foundation of the house.

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