KARACHI – The city will have 14-hour-long day on the summer solstice that occurs every year between June 20 and June 22 in the Northern Hemisphere.
“It is the longest day of sunlight for places in the Northern Hemisphere and the shortest day for cities in the Southern Hemisphere,” said University of Karachi Institute of Space and Planetary Astrophysics Director Dr Javed Iqbal while sharing his views about the longest day that is likely to be witnessed today in Pakistan.
Another interesting fact is that the distance between the earth and sun is maximum on the summer solstice which is vice verse for the winter solstice (Dec 21-22) ie, the distance between the earth and sun is minimum and so shortest day in Northern Hemisphere.
Road to be built over Malir River: A road will be constructed over Malir River to connect Korangi Industrial Area to Shah Faisal Coloney No 5, said the Member Sindh Assembly, Nishat Zia Qadri.
The MPA was speaking while inspecting road carpeting in Shah Faisal Coloney No. 5 here, said a statement issued on Thursday.
The road have been built after replacement of sewerage lines of the trunk sewer from Imambargah Nasiraan, Azeempura double road to Malir River, Shah Faisal Coloney No. 5, with the development fund of MPA Nishat Qadri.