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  • Old habits die hard

    Sindh is working on a scheme under the Annual Development Programme to increase its wheat storage capacity at least up to one million tonnes to avoid losses caused by rains as presently a sizeable portion of the crop, in large quantities, is being stored under the sky in Hyderabad, Ghotki, Bholari godowns etc...

    According to an official of the food department, the Sindh government could invest in the upgradation of storage facilities...

  • Foreign front: SRK and the die-hard Fan‘dom’

    In fact, in his 2015 film Dilwale, as he mouthed the dialogue: “Hum sharif kya huay puri duniya hi badmash ban gaye…” the Hindi film audience throughout India shouted in unison: “Aab se humain sirf badmash Khan hi ko dekhna hai!”One could have understood the phenomenon if it was an all-women audience (for reasons best known to them, they are drawn to bad boys)...

  • Old habits die hard: Saudi Arabia struggles to end oil addiction

    The planned investment in the $44-billion refinery and petrochemical project on India’s west coast is a prime example of how Aramco is trying to squeeze value out of each barrel of oil it produces by snapping up refining capacity, mainly in fast-growing Asia...

    2 million bpd refinery in India’s western Maharashtra state...

  • India finding it hard to end love affair with cash

    In a shock move on November 8 last year, Modi cancelled all 1,000 and 500 rupee notes in circulation, rendering about 86 per cent of India's currency void...

    At least 80pc of business in India is estimated to be conducted in cash, much of it avoiding tax as well as fuelling corruption...

  • Ban on ethnic politics in India hard to enforce

    NEW DELHI: India’s Election Commission vowed to enforce a court order banning politicians from seeking votes on the basis of religion or caste in upcoming state polls, amid uncertainty over the feasibility of its implementation in a country where political parties are identified by such affiliations...

    In India, political parties, both national and regional, are defined by their caste and religious affiliations...

  • TV, social media ban in IHK shows India has lost control over Kashmir: Hurriyet leaders

    The state government in India-held Kashmir had earlier this week initiated action against different TV channels after concerns that the content in these channels may 'incite violence' and 'disrupt the law and order' situation in the disputed region...

    They do not want the people of Kashmir to have access to information other than what India filters into Kashmir through its state and corporate-run media," he added...

  • India shows it's serious about solar with giant power plant

    It took 8,500 men working two shifts every day for six months — and three shifts for two months — to finish, ahead of schedule, the Adani Group's giant solar power plant in southern India...

    It has the capacity to power 150,000 homes — and it is one sign of how serious India is becoming about meeting its renewable energy targets...

  • Apple opens map development office in India's Hyderabad

    NEW DELHI: Apple said Thursday it will open a development office in Hyderabad, as its chief executive Tim Cook continued his India charm offensive with an investment boon to one of the country's top technology hubs...

    It pits Apple against Google, which has made maps a key focus of its attempt to forge inroads in India, a vast but largely untapped Internet market where almost a billion people are still not online...

  • 'India-backed' terrorist group busted in Hyderabad, police claim

    Hyderabad police on Friday claimed to have busted a gang which was reportedly getting funding from India to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and target security personnel in Sindh...

    Hyderabad DIG Javed Alam Odho and SSP Pir Mohammad Shah held a joint press conference to share the details of the suspected terrorist group with the media...

  • Chitral and Gilgit-Baltistan hit hard by climate change

    Safiullah from the AKCSP who is accompanying the team of five women from Hunza and Chitral, explains “Climate change is going to hit us hard; the temperature will increase substantially in the mountains and as a result the glaciers will melt – this year the monsoon for the first time crossed into the Karakoram and Hindu Kush mountains and it rained heavily in Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral causing many disasters...

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