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  • First generation RLNG plants fire up in shadow of second generation circular debt

    ISLAMABAD: A second generation of circular debt in the gas sector has come into being as three key Punjab-based power projects of about 3,600 megawatts on imported Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) are now reaching the belated commercial operation dates (CODs)...

    Receivables of SNGPL swell to Rs30bn as RLNG generation begins; lower than planned demand for LNG causing price to surge due to terminal chargesThe Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority...

  • India–Pak foreign secretaries meet: Pakistan reaffirms Kashmir as core issue

    NEW DELHI: Kashmir remains a core issue that requires a “just solution under United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions and wishes of the people of the valley”, Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry told his Indian counterpart here on Tuesday...

    Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said during the meeting between the Indo-Pak foreign secretaries on the sidelines of the Heart of Asia conference in New Delhi on Tuesday,...

  • Punjab govt scrambles to strengthen core functions

    As in most nations, the public sector remains the largest service provider for citizens in Pakistan...

    “This agenda’s success is contingent upon strengthening the government’s core functions around both institutional and governance structures along with appropriate policy, planning and budgeting,” a senior finance department official told Dawn on condition of anonymity...

  • UET students get laptops

    LAHORE: The completion of the Pakistan-China Economic Corridor will make Pakistan the most important country in the region...

    This was stated by MNA Hamza Shahbaz while speaking at a function held for the distribution of laptops under the Prime Minister’s Laptop Scheme among students at the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore...

  • Khattak upset at centre’s apathy towards core issues

    PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak is running out of patience with the federal government over disinterest in resolving core issues of the province related to the centre...

    The chief minister briefed participants on wide-ranging issues of the province including Pakistan-China Economic Corridor project, which has triggered a tug of war between the centre and three small federating units...

  • Laptops given to 11 SU students

    HYDERABAD: Laptops were distributed among 11 students of the University of Sindh at a simple ceremony at the SU Area Study Centre on Monday...

    PML-N Senator Dr Rahila Gul Magsi who gave away the laptops said it was the third phase of distributing laptops among 5,700 SU students...

  • Laptops for students

    WE would like to draw the attention of the prime minister and the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) towards the prime issue of students who have passed MA examinations in 2014...

    Under the prime minister’s laptop scheme 2014, laptops were distributed among students who had secured 70pc plus marks...

  • Banks shy away from their core function — lending

    The study explores the various possible factors for the reforms falling short of their objectives: was there a problem in their design, or implementation?Was their success marred by unhelpful macroeconomic environment; or did the delay in reforms in other sectors of the economy (for instance fiscal, debt) prove unhelpful?Currently, banks are not effectively performing their core function: channelling depositors’ savings into loans for...

  • ‘Rulers lack planning to address core issues’

    PESHAWAR: Jamaat-i-Islami chief Sirajul Haq has said that rulers have no planning to overcome the core issues of the nation but they have further enslaved the youth by taking foreign loans on high markup and increased duration of power loadshedding across the country...

    Speaking as chief guest at his party’s provincial youth convention at Motorway Chowk here on Sunday, he said that nation had many expectations from the new...

  • After ban, Turkish Airlines to offer laptops to VIP travellers

    ISTANBUL: Turkish Airlines on Saturday said it would offer laptops to business-class travellers after Britain and the United States banned large electronic devices from the cabin of flights from certain countries...

    “The national flag carrier has now started to offer laptops for its business class passengers on US-bound flights as from today,” it said in a statement released on Saturday...

  • Punjab CM pledges 150,000 more laptops for students

    SIALKOT: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has stressed the need to promote knowledge-based education and personality building of the students to make Pakistan a developed and forward-looking country...

    The chief minister also pledged to allocate funds in the coming financial budget for 150,000 more laptops...

  • Microsoft unveils Windows 10 S for its Surface laptops

    Microsoft Corporation on Tuesday unveiled Windows 10 S, a streamlined version of its popular operating system, geared toward low-cost laptops for students, as it tries to take share from Google's Chrome OS-run computers...

    The new version of the operating system comes days after Microsoft reported third-quarter revenue that came in below Wall Street's estimate, as sales of its Surface tablets and laptops slumped in the face of...

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