by Dr Meekal Aziz Ahmed
This is with regards to the government’s new economic stabilisation programme. It is difficult to make a definitive judgment of how good or bad it is because it conceals more than it reveals. Perhaps that is deliberate.
Read More »Pakistan’s Economy stabilisation plan- Part I
ONE really radical and somewhat ambitious way of dealing with the enormous problem created by the growing electricity demand-supply gap is to bring in the provinces into the energy sector.
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By Imran Naeem Ahmad ISLAMABAD: It may not be the Hyde Park that the elite so often refer to, yet one of Islamabad’s parks is coming up beautifully – a picture of creativity at its… Read More »Islamabad: New face of F-9 Park – a breath of fresh air
BY ENGR HUSSAIN AHMAD SIDDIQUI As the nation is facing serious power crisis, the government has focused all its resources to exploring possibilities to create additional capacity and capability for generating electricity optimally, on an… Read More »Hydropower potential of Punjab canals remains untapped
Pakistan’s economy has witnessed many changes since October 1999, some for the better and others for the worse. The daunting challenge for the new government now is to build on the country’s economic strengths and… Read More »Economic policy in the Musharraf era was a mixed bag of the good, the bad and the indifferent
Associated Press of Pakistan MULTAN: The aromatic and delicious mango of Pakistan charmed former Miss Italy 2004 enough to lure her to Multan one of among the oldest living cities on earth, to witness the… Read More »Mango lures former Miss Italy to Multan
Manzoor Qadir LAHORE: On the direction of the Punjab Chief Minister, the government is going to launch a website (www.cspc.gop.pk) for prompt action on peoples’ complaints against the government departments and others. The website titled… Read More »Punjab Government to launch website for addressing complaints