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Tuesday, November 20, 2018
The development of Gwadar under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects seem to be a major challenge for the China to reach at a successful conclusion where the development under the precious projects, like improvement of education sector, water and power crisis including the broken roads are not...
The development of Gwadar under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects seem to be a major challenge for the China to reach at a successful conclusion where the development under the precious projects, like improvement of education sector, water and power crisis including the broken roads are not...
We hear every year about the billions of dollars spent by rich countries to help improve the lives of poorer people and development of countries around the developing world. Yet international aid remains unable to achieve its stated goals. There is a range of reasons why international aid has produced...
This letter is in response to the news being circulated in the Media regarding misrepresentation of the facts related to surge in urea prices. I would like to begin with the fallacy that urea prices are being raised arbitrarily. This price adjustment was bound to occur due to the short...
The experts are sounding strong warnings every now and then about fast approaching drought like situation as early as 2025 as water crisis is worsening, there is no adequate major water storage facility and the precious water keeps going into the sea as a waste for decades together. The political...
KARACHI: Rising cost of living: There is no doubt that the prices in our country increase manifold all at once. It never happens anywhere in the world. The rising cost of living is creating many problems in society, people have been groaning under the impact of high prices of all...
LAHORE: Letter for the severity of water crisis, rapidly drying water resources and by extension of it the resulting loss of the agriculture produce, water and agriculture policy should be the priority of all political parties intending to contest the general elections. In a new report, only 10 per cent...
HYDERABAD: Amid the tall claims of the city authorities, over 60 people have died due to the heatwave in the city since the past weekend. Many among the deceased passed away due to worsening conditions that were caused by soaring temperatures coupled with frequent power outages in the city, mostly...

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Daronomics and its aftershocks

The former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has finally come out to share his side of the story on what went wrong with the economy....