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  • Portfolio: Lahore Lahore hai

    Depicting Lahore in images is an old practice and its early patterns could be found in the miniature paintings of the Mughal era...

    Lahore, being the cultural hub, played a vital role in the arts, literature and culture in the mid-20th century; especially, visual art was inspired by the rich panoramic beauty of the walled city and life around its 13 gates, so an exclusive genre of cityscape came into existence, as early as the...

  • Six energy companies call for carbon pricing

    PARIS: Six leading oil and gas companies Monday called on governments to put into place a carbon pricing system, saying this would be the most effective way of cutting the emission of greenhouse gases...

    The call by companies comes as France tries to breathe life into talks aimed at reaching a deal on a UN climate pact ahead of a crucial conference in Paris in December...

  • Italian companies exploring opportunities in Pakistan

    Earlier, giving an overview, AICE’s David Doninotti said that Italy is home to 60 million people and a very diversified industrial economy with 6 million registered companies...

    Mr Dario Orsini of Alba Milagro, which produces special fertilisers, Mr Roberto Vavala’ of packaging company Goglio and Mr Federico Cellini of Italmec shared their companies profiles...

  • PSO, gas companies seek 28pc hike in RLNG price

    ISLAMABAD: Backed by the petroleum ministry, the three government-owned energy companies have sought a cumulative 28 per cent increase in the price of imported regasified liquefied natural gas (RLNG) approved by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) early this month...

    It asked the Ogra to give “a detailed standard operating procedure (SOP) wherein the roles of all stakeholders including Ogra, PSO and gas companies are clearly...

  • Exchange companies to install ATMs

    KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on Wednesday allowed exchange companies to collect utility bills and install ATMs in their premises...

    The central bank said that in order to enhance the scope of business of exchange companies, it has decided to allow exchange companies of ‘A’ category to enter into agreements with utility companies like Wapda, KE, PTCL, SSGC etc for collection of bills in Pak rupee on their behalf...

  • ‘Swiss companies interested in CPEC’

    KARACHI: The Swiss government wants to help Swiss companies interested in exploring the opportunities offered by the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that will help improve bilateral trade and business, said Swiss Consul General in Karachi Philippe Crevoisier at a press conference held here on Thursday...

  • Punjab bans companies flouting fertiliser policy

    ISLAMABAD: The Punjab government on Monday imposed a ban on fertiliser distribution companies found violating the government policy subsidising supply of diammonium phosphate (DAP) via vouchers to farmers...

    The vouchers supplied to these companies have been blocked and an investigation against them has been initiated, a spokesman of Punjab Agriculture Department said...

  • Oil, gas companies ordered to treat natural gas as LNG

    ISLAMABAD: In a surprise development, the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources on Wednesday ordered the oil and gas companies involved in liquefied natural gas (LNG) to treat domestic natural gas being supplied to PakArab Fertiliser Limited as regasified LNG...

    They said the exclusive gas distribution rights of the gas companies had expired many years ago but the private firms were not being allowed to have distribution...

  • Listed companies required to improve transparency

    ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has notified the Listed Companies (Code of Corporate Governance) Regulations 2017, replacing the Code of Corporate Governance 2012...

    The Listed Companies Regulations 2017, which would come into effect from January 1, 2018, have been issued under the PSX listing regulations and are aimed at aligning corporate governance practices with international standards...

  • Power companies ordered to refund consumers Rs2.23 a unit for October

    ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on Thursday ordered ex-Wapda distribution companies to refund Rs2...

    An official that even though the regulator ordered refund of about Rs22bn, the distribution companies would pass on only half of the amount to consumers and retain about Rs11bn as windfall saving...

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