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Where is the drain at Kalma Chowk?

Torrential rain that hit the city on Tuesday caused massive accumulation of water around the Kalma Chowk Flyover, as the mega structure lacks a drainage network, an essential prerequisite for all development

Goodbye, Kalma Chowk!

Kalma Chowk, which has symbolised modern Lahore since the mid 1980s, was dismantled on Sunday to pave the way for the Kalma Chowk Flyover, sparking mixed reactions from the public, Pakistan Today

Controversies fly over Kalma Chowk Flyover

The Kalma Chowk Interchange has become another controversial project for several urban planners, architects and environmentalists after the Canal Road widening project after it flouted laws and began the construction work, without

Kalma Chowk EIA to be presented today

Public hearing of the EIA for the Kalma Chowk project will be held at the Alhamra Cultural Complex off Ferozepur Road today (Friday) at 10 am. Imrana Tiwana, an urban developer, who

CTO inspects Kalma Chowk flyover site

CTO Syed Ahmed Mubeen, on Tuesday, visited the Kalma Chowk flyover construction site. The CTO directed the wardens and circle supervisors to provide timely guidance to the citizens about the diversion plan

Easing Kalma Chowk traffic congestion – Punjab to get its first-ever split flyover

LAHORE – The Kalma Chowk flyover is all set to become Punjab’s first ever ‘split flyover’ (two separated 3-lane bridges) along Ferozepur Road with six-lane underpasses along the Barkat Market and the Liberty main boulevards. The project is scheduled for completion by August 14. The flyover project suffered a provincial stay order on March 28 when the Lahore High Court (LHC) restrained the government from executing the project after a petition was filed, objecting to the flyover’s

Kalma Chowk flyover gets go-ahead

LAHORE – A Lahore High Court (LHC) division bench on Monday allowed the Punjab government to continue construction of the Kalma Chowk flyover terming it in the public interest. The bench headed by Justice Umar Ata Bandial was hearing petitions filed by the Lahore Conservation Society and others. The bench observed that no environmental problems will arise from continuing the project due to which the construction should continue in the public interest.
The bench directed the