Dastgir says probe under way to rule out whether "foreign intervention" caused breakdown; PM Shehbaz offers "sincere regrets" for prolonged outage.
Khurram Dastgir says outage caused by "frequency variation"; Nepra issues notice to NTDC; PM forms committee to probe outage.
PMD says mercury in Sukkur, Ghotki, Larkana and other districts of Sindh may drop to 2-4°C.
ECP directs Sindh govt to ensure "foolproof preparations" for polls on Jan 15; Sanaullah asks parties to "defuse" tension due to "worrying situation".
"It’s not Karachi alone as majority of the country would be witnessing extreme weather conditions in the next few days," says analyst.
Cleric's funeral prayers offered at the Darul Uloom Karachi.
Data shows highest amount of rainfall during last 24 hours recorded at PAF Faisal Base (12.0mm).
Rain coupled with wind and thunderstorms forecast in northern areas of Pakistan from Nov 4.
The eclipse will begin at 1:58pm and end at 6:02pm with the greatest eclipse occurring at 4:00pm, Met dept says.
Says electricity supply will return to normalcy by Friday morning; KE says electricity restoration underway; Senate panel summons KE CEO.
Nobel laureate is visiting her home country after 4 years and for the second time since she survived a Taliban attack in 2012.
Filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, RJ Anoushey Ashraf and actor Adnan Siddiqui were among those who criticised the airline's priorities.
Isolated moderate to heavy rainfall expected to continue in parts of Sindh till September 15.
107 cases reported in the city with the highest number recorded in District East; fumigation spray campaigns underway by administration.
PMD predicts dust/thunderstorms and rain in the city today and tomorrow.
High water level in Manchhar Lake, Jamshoro DC gives evacuation orders; more aid arrives from France; death toll reaches 1,265.
Met Office says heavy showers "may worsen the situation" in already submerged areas of Dadu, Larkana, Shaheed Benazirabad and other districts.
Highest rainfall recorded in Orangi Town; Met office says fresh low-pressure area to affect Sindh from tonight.
Rains are likely to get intense and widespread in parts of Sindh from Tuesday to Thursday, says Met office.
Met Office warns of urban flooding in several areas, including Karachi, and flash floods in Balochistan and Punjab.