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SITE Superhighway police station SHO Sohail Khan told Dawn that the body of 34-year-old Moosa Khan with torture marks was found near an abandoned police checkpoint off Northern Bypass on Thursday.
Family of the victim informed police about the tragedy while police found his tortured body from Superhighway.
Cycle Superhighway 9 will add nearly 6km of new segregated track to the capital's roads linking Kensington Olympia to Brentford.
Expressing concern over fire incident in the unit, he said it was requested several time to the past government to establish most modern and well equipped fire station in Site Superhighway and other industrial areas in Karachi.
Magine's TV Superhighway aims to fully democratise content distribution, providing a global network of content providers and distributors, liberated from geographical limitations; enabling ambitious content owners to quickly access and monetise new markets and audiences anywhere in the world.
The new route will connect truckers coming from the Port Area to South Superhighway and the provinces of Laguna and Batangas and vice versa.
A celestial superhighway sounds like the output of a science fiction writer's overheated brain.
To explore the educational resources of the Alphabet Superhighway, visit www.
On the fifth anniversary of our first technology issue, we've decided to revisit those blazing the trail along the Information Superhighway from technologists to entrepreneurs to policymakers.
In 1996, coverage of the Internet as an information superhighway fell to 2,370 stories in major newspapers--about half the previous year's level.