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  • Poor labourers pay the price for India's cheap car boom

    Singh was one of thousands of poor labourers, many temporary, who toil for 12 hours a day making auto parts for as little as $3-a-day to feed India's cheap car boom...

    Car makers such as Maruti Suzuki India and Hyundai Motor see huge growth in India, set to become the world's third-largest auto market by 2020 as millions buy their first new car...

  • Tesla plans new truck, bus and car-sharing system

    SAN FRANCISCO: Tesla plans to build a new pick-up truck, and an urban bus, and launch a sharing system of self-driving cars, the company's founder Elon Musk announced Wednesday...

    The projects are part of what the billionaire entrepreneur called a “secret” second master plan for the US electric car manufacturer posted on the company's website at a time it is looking to rebound from concerns over the safety of its “Autopilot”...

  • Shahlyla Baloch, Pakistan’s ‘best woman footballer ever’, dies in car crash

    It was a practice match against the boys team of her club Balochistan United ahead of the 2014 National Women’s Championship yet the pint-sized Pakistan international striker was showing the full repertoire of her skills...

    Shahlyla, inarguably the best woman footballer Pakistan has produced, passed away in the early hours of Thursday morning after a car crash at the age of just 20...

  • Pakistan's Japanese-dominated car market poised for new entrants

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's car market has been dominated by Japanese automakers for decades, but a mini-economic revival looks set to attract new players from Europe and Korea into the mix...

    Despite heavy taxation on imported vehicles, enthusiasm for owning a car in Pakistan has remained undented ? thanks in part to underdeveloped public transport in the country's sprawling cities, but also the social status it brings...

  • A car-unfriendly Pakistan? Yes, that's how you make livable cities

    A recent piece I wrote on the transactions ban on non-filers and its impact on car buyers, as well as on the housing market, generated a series of interesting responses...

    Some of us would like non-filers to be kept away from the privilege of owning a car, while others pointed out the exploitative state of our local automobile industry...

  • Pakistan fails to capitalise on oil price dip: ADB

    ISLAMABAD: The Asian Development Bank says that Pakistan’s economy has failed to achieve its growth potential in spite of benefiting from lower prices of oil which accounts for almost a third of its imports...

    The ADB approved $1 billion for projects in Pakistan to improve transport and trade...

  • Fixing Pakistan's water woes beyond regulating the price of bottled water

    But even if Diamer-Bhasha reaches its funding goal, then what?The court summoned yesterday the CEOs of all bottled water companies to present data on the price of extracted water and the revenue they have made selling it...

    We can question whether major bottlers are cartelised, and whether quality audits are functioning well, but let’s think here instead about what the price of water should be...

  • Pakistan paid the price for waking up too late

    LONDON: Every World Cup failure for Pakistan sparks a wave of reviews and sackings and the promise of a fresh approach — until the team wins again and all is forgotten...

    Pakistan won four straight matches to finish level on 11 points with New Zealand, but they bowed out of the tournament due to an inferior net run-rate...

  • Pakistan adopting a regressive tax system, says economist

    KARACHI: “The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has fallen apart,” said economist Prof Dr Hafeez Pasha while speaking at a seminar on the provincial budgets of Pakistan on Tuesday...

    Held at the Applied Economics Research Centre, University of Karachi, the seminar covered different areas of concerns with regards to Pakistan’s economic policy, especially in the context of the current budgets announced for the financial year 2015-16... ...

  • Pakistan Railways to introduce solar-powered traffic signalling system

    ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Railways was informed on Thursday that Pakistan Railways would shortly introduce a modern solar-powered traffic signalling system, under which there would be an alarm system to alert train drivers of any activity on the track within a distance of 3...

    He said that with the lease of 34 acres to the DHA, Pakistan Railways would have to realign its 140km-long track...

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