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  • Reasons why Pakistan loses international arbitration

    PAKISTAN lost two international arbitration cases in quick succession over the last two months, involving more than $900 million compensation payable to local and international business firms...

    In the first case, the World Bank’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) awarded around $800m compensation to Karkey Karadeniz Elektrik Uretim of Turkey in a rental power case and held that Pakistan “expropriated”...

  • Sharif back in Pakistan for personal, party reasons

    LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League insiders say there is a solid reason why ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif ignored advice from his daughter Maryam Nawaz and returned to Pakistan to face corruption and money laundering cases against him in the accountability court: to stop the party birds from flying over to the ‘opposite’ camp...

    Two, the option of going back to Pakistan, facing cases and not leaving the space open to the...

  • Google lists 5 reasons that make Pakistan an attractive place for foreign investors

    Google's Head of Large Customer Marketing, South Asia, Lars Anthonisen believes Pakistan, that he describes as a fast emerging "digital-first country", will prove to be a good investment for entrepreneurs around the world...

    Anthonisen believes that Pakistan is on its way to "produce one of the largest digital audiences in the world" and is, therefore, a growing market for foreign investors...

  • PCB again asks BD to give reasons for not playing Tests in Pakistan

    KARACHI: While the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) still remains adamant that its national side would only travel to Pakistan for the three-match Twenty20 International series in January over security concerns, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has once again asked their counterparts to provide valid reasons for their refusal to play the Test matches here...

    The PCB, in an email on Thursday, has recapped that the Sri Lanka cricket team,...

  • ‘Sustainable food production, rational fertiliser use leads to food security’

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan can achieve food security through sustainable food production, food experts at a lecture titled ‘Food Security and Need for Good Agricultural Practices in Crop Production’ said on Monday...

    “Food security is one of the bigger challenges facing the world today,” Charge d’ Affaires at the Embassy of the Netherlands Renate Pors said, adding that though the Netherlands was a small country, it focuses on achieving food...

  • Punjab Food Authority to take steps for provision of quality food items

    RAWALPINDI: Punjab Food Authority (PFA) will declare Rawalpindi as the model city for food safety and measures will be taken so people can get quality food items in the market...

    Talking to Dawn, PFA Chairman Umer Tanveer Butt said the provincial food authority was taking measures for provision of quality food to people including milk, meat and other edibles in the open market...

  • Afridi backs out of Afghan T20 league citing personal reasons

    All-rounder Shahid Afridi backed out of Afghan Twenty20 league on Friday citing personal reasons...

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had earlier announced it would not issue no-objection certificates (NOCs) to Pakistani players wanting to play the league, but Afridi does not require an NOC since he has retired...

  • X-SQUARE: FOR ALL THE WRONG REASONS

    At last Pakistan hockey was able to make some waves...

    Generally cricket has been able to overshadow the national game almost completely, but even though Pakistan was giving the Sri Lankans greenwash after greenwash in the shorter and the shortest versions of the game — and that included a fly-in-fly-out visit to Lahore — hockey somehow managed to grab its share of media attention, if not focus...

  • Parties differ on reasons behind MMA’s revival

    ISLAMABAD: The country’s main political parties see different reasons behind the ongoing efforts to revive the defunct six-party religio-political alliance Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal (MMA) with the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) suspecting the move as an establishment-backed drive to “mainstream” banned organisations...

    On the other hand, the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) are on the same...

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