It is noteworthy that 70 percent of the transport engines in Karachi work on CNG and closing the CNG supply for 24 hours will spell trouble
for the transporters as well as the travelers.
A source said: "One of the top bosses is very keen for one of the 1D lads - and is anti-Louis Walsh, which could spell trouble
That could spell trouble
for the state's fast-growing cities and industry.
The teacher and student realise their fling could spell trouble
for them both if they're not more careful.
17 JACKIE BIRD How a hair-raising moment for US secretary of state Hillary Clinton could spell trouble
for Barack Obama.
But that could spell trouble
for Wolves as Jamaica are hosting the Digicel Caribbean Championship from December 1-17.
Hillary could still spell trouble
for Obama (inset)
If he does manage to find a further length or two on the clock, such improvement would spell trouble
for these more exposed rivals.
Teacher crushes spell trouble
only if a teacher or student behaves inappropriately, or if you daydream all through class and flunk tests, Pay more attention to guys your age, especially the ones you've known for years who may have grown three inches since you last looked.
Mobile phones are one of the most popular gifts at Christmas but discarded old handsets spell trouble
for the environment.
But Sea Mountain Five LLC, a collaboration of California and Big Island investors, recently proposed building a 2,000-unit resort complex on the beach, and environmentalists fear this could spell trouble
for critically endangered hawksbill sea turtles.
The prospect of rising inflation could lead to another rise in interest rates which could spell trouble
for households struggling to pay off mortgages, loans and credit card bills.
Ernie Fletcher is not up for re-election until next year, his recent indictment could spell trouble
And that doesn't just spell trouble
for the hippos.
Swansea University is considering pulling out of the city in a move which could spell trouble
for the local economy.