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  • 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...

  • FAO launches project to reverse deforestation in Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: The Food and Agriculture Organisa­­­tion (FAO) of the United Nations launched on Friday a project to reverse the deforestation and forest degradation through chilgoza pine in Pakistan...

    The five-year project, which will be implemented in collaboration with the Ministry of Climate Change and provincial forest de­­partments, will contribute towards improving the environment and enhancing resilience through chilgoza pine... ...

  • PM inaugurates Metro Bus project: 'This is a changing Pakistan'

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif inaugurated Islamabad's new Metro Bus Project, with a speech to a packed Convention Centre on Thursday...

    Nawaz was elated at the completion of the million-rupee transport project, as he smiled and made light-hearted jokes aimed at his brother — Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif...

  • China sees Pakistan corridor as ‘livelihood project’: official

    NEW DELHI: China opposes India’s oil exploration in the South China Sea because it is a disputed area while regarding its ambitious $46 billion economic corridor through Pakistan-controlled Kashmir a “livelihood project” with issues left over from history, Press Trust of India said on Thursday...

     Asked why the same principle cannot be applied to Chinese investments in Pakistan controlled Kashmir, specially the Corridor which is also...

  • Pakistan will continue implementation of CPEC project: FO

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has dismissed India's concerns the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project saying it will go ahead with the project which will benefit the whole region...

    Zee News had quoted Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj as saying, “Prime Minster Modi during his recent visit to Beijing took up the issue very firmly and spoke very strongly that the CPEC going through PoK (Pakistan-occupied Kashmir) is unacceptable...

  • Dawn undertakes Pakistan history project

    KARACHI: Today, Dawn embarks on a series of 16 special reports under the banner of ‘70 years of Pakistan and Dawn’...

    The first report covers the epoch of the founding fathers (1947 to 1951) and includes the Quaid-i-Azam’s tenure as governor general and Liaquat Ali Khan’s as first prime minister of Pakistan...

  • ‘Pakistan LNG import project consortium folds’

    LONDON: A consortium behind a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import project in Pakistan, including oil giant ExxonMobil, France’s Total and Qatar Petroleum, has been dissolved, shipping company Hoegh LNG said on Thursday...

    Hoegh LNG was due to supply the project’s ship-based import terminal, a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), where LNG brought in by tanker is converted back to gas to feed into Pakistan’s grid...

  • Pakistan, Japan sign $24m accord for energy project

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Japan signed here on Thursday a loan agreement amounting to $24 million for the implementation of the second phase of ‘Islamabad-Burhan Transmission Line Reinforcement’ project...

    The project will improve reliability of the national grid and meet the growing demand for electricity transmission through reinforcement of transmission lines necessary for power supply to the Islamabad capital territory and...

  • FO explains why Pakistan quit Saarc satellite project

    ISLAMABAD: India’s unwillingness to allow other Saarc countries to participate in the development of a Saarc satellite made Pakistan quit the project...

    Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria, while explaining Pakistan’s absence from the South Asian Satellite launched by India on Friday, said: “As India was not willing to develop the project on a collaborative basis, it was not possible for Pakistan to support it as a regional...

  • CASA-1000 project will generate 1,000MW electricity for Pakistan: PM

    The CASA-1000 project will help generate electricity in Pakistan and Afghanistan, said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday as he addressed the Quadrilateral Session of CASA-1000 conference on the final day of his visit to Tajikistan, Radio Pakistan reported...

    "Pakistan needs energy for its socio-economic development and [to] run its industrial sector to its full potential," said PM Nawaz, adding that the CASA-1000 project would...

  • ‘External forces out to sabotage China Pakistan Economic Corridor project’

    ISLAMABAD: Speakers at a seminar on Tuesday feared that internal and external forces were out to sabotage the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) but termed the project a major development in the region and important for the economic growth...

    The seminar titled “China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Economic, Political and Security Perspectives” organised by Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) at a local hotel...

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