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|2013||Super Power SP-125||55,000||Karachi|
|2006||Yamaha Royale YB 100||23,000||Gujrat|
|2006||Yamaha YD-100 Junoon||35,000||Lahore|
|2012||Honda CG 125 Euro 2||75,000||Lahore|
|2012||Super Power SP-70||36,000||Karachi|
|2003||Chinese Bikes 150cc||150,000||Karachi|
|2006||Yamaha YD-100 Junoon||42,000||Rawalpindi|
|2005||Hero RF 70||17,000||Rawalpindi|
|2014||Honda CG 125 Euro 2||98,000||Lahore|
|2014||United 100 cc||38,000||Faisalabad|
|2004||Chinese Bikes 150cc||35,000||Faisalabad|
|2010||Royal Star RS 70||25,000||Rawalpindi|
It seems that this year is the worst for the aviation industry, and just as we sat down to type this tragedy, it was being reported in the news that an Air Algerie aircraft carrying 116 people on-board has gone out of contact. Let’s talk about the enthusiastic father and son...
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Normally, we don’t cover such news item but Venezuela a well-known car crazed country, which never imagined a decline of such a magnitude in their auto industry, but neither did the rest of the world. Many giant global auto makers have cut down their production by more than 80% in...
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We’ve all heard that public transport is a NO-GO area for women in Pakistan. Fortunately, I have my own car so my experience of traveling in public transport was very limited but I did not witness any harassment of women while traveling but it does takes place, as RTA’s women...
China’s smog is a massive problem for the the government which offering more official support on electric cars just so it can impact and reduce the smog around and in major cities. The state council on Monday issued a guideline to promote new energy vehicles, urging for construction of charging...
Imported cars are showing up on Pakistani roads in better numbers, leading us to almost believe that Pakistanis have forfeited the resale culture and now seek value for their hard earned money. But statistics reveal otherwise. In the fiscal year of 2013-14, import of cars have fallen immensely by 51%...
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