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  • PPP Senator Sherry Rehman concerned over Turkish rental power plant fine

    PPP Senator Sherry Rehman on Wednesday expressed concern over an "undisclosed" $700 million fine allegedly imposed on Pakistan by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in the rental power projects (RPP) case concerning a contract with a Turkish company...

    Turkish ship-based energy firm, Karkey Karadeniz Elektrik Uretim (KKEU), was one of 12 rental power companies that were awarded contracts by the PPP...

  • Reference filed against ex-Wapda chief over rental power scam

    ISLAMABAD: The Natio­nal Accountability Bureau (NAB), Rawalpindi, on Wed­nes­day filed a reference in an accountability court against former chairman of the Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) Tariq Hameed and others for alleged corruption in the 150MW Sharaqpur Rental Power Plant (RPP) project...

    Mushtaq Chaudary, ex-general manager Fazal Ahmad Khan and owners of a private company — General Electric Energy (GEE) — were...

  • China pushes state banks into home rental market at their own risk

    SHENZHEN: As property prices rocket across China, Beijing has appealed to the country’s banks and insurers to help accelerate the development of rental markets as a way of making homes more affordable and rein in speculative sale markets...

    The big state banks have responded by pledging more than 3 trillion yuan ($467 billion) in rental housing financing, including for real estate developers, leasing firms and tenants, according to...

  • FWO contracted to develop Regi township

    PESHAWAR: The Peshawar Development Authority has awarded a multi-billion contract to the army’s subsidiary, the Frontier Works Organisation, for developing the much-delayed Regi Model Township...

    The start of development work in the township launched in mid-1990s has been delayed for around two decades due to land disputes and the government’s disinterest, the relevant PDA officials told Dawn...

  • A year after financial scandal, Malaysian premier takes hard-line turn

    KUALA LUMPUR: Giant video screens lining Malaysia’s ruling-party headquarters flash towering, 40-storey images of a smiling Prime Minister Najib Razak across a corner of the capital, a glaring reminder of who’s in charge...

    One year after a financial scandal that would have toppled many leaders, Najib is standing taller than ever after smothering investigations, outmanoeuvering opponents and bolstering his control with a pair of recent...
  • Malaysian defence chief all praise for Zarb-i-Azb success

    RAWALPINDI: The Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) of Malaysia, Gen Tan Sri Dato Sri Haji Zulkifeli bin Mohd Zin, called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Raheel Sharif at the General Headquarters here on Monday...

    During the meeting, views were exchanged on issues of mutual interest, including defence and security cooperation between the two countries, and the overall regional security situation, said an ISPR press release
  • 11 dead, 8 missing on Malaysian peak after quake: official

    “As at noon time, 11 bodies have been recovered (2 identified) and eight people are still missing,” Masidi Manjun, the tourism minister for the Malaysian state of Sabah on Borneo island said, on his Twitter feed...

    Malaysian rescuers had earlier on Saturday brought down to safety 137 hikers who had been stuck on the mountain for up to 18 hours, their descent blocked by damage to a key trail and the threat of continuing rockfalls... ...

  • Asim wins U-19 title at Malaysian Jr Open Squash

    KARACHI: Pakistan’s Asim Khan, representing Champion Hunt Initiative Programme for Squash (CHIPS), clinched the under-19 title as his three fellow countrymen went down to opponents in the finals of the Malaysian Junior Open Squash Championship which concluded at Penang on Saturday...

  • Malaysian quake: death toll rises to 11

    “From Kinabalu park management, I want to express my condolences to the families of the victims,” said Masidi Manjun, tourism minister for the Malaysian state of Sabah on Borneo island, as he announced the toll at the mountain park’s headquarters...

    The reports said the dead included members of a Singapore primary school group on an excursion to the peak, including a 12-year-old girl who was killed, as well as a local Malaysian...

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