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  • VoIP use by Safoora carnage suspects causes Sindh to invest in counter-strategy: report

    KARACHI: A police investigation report submitted to the Sindh home department said that Safoora bus carnage suspects were aware about the ‘hazards’ of mobile phones as they used the voice-over internet protocol (VoIP), causing the government to prepare itself for such challenges which might increase in future, it emerged on Friday...

    “The accused persons did not use any mobile SIM for their terrorist activities, they used Talkray, a...

  • Are watermills in Kashmir a solution to Pakistan's energy crisis?

    If each of these mills were connected to a small-scale turbine, Arshad believes, villages could become energy self-reliant, helping bring an end to the long power outages that have sparked violent protests across Pakistan and the region of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) over the past few summers...

    AJK also regularly suffers from crippling power shortages, despite producing more energy than it consumes, as energy generated in AJK goes...

  • Pakistan, Iran seek political solution to Afghan conflict

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Iran on Monday underscored the need for a politically negotiated settlement of the Afghan conflict, besides calling for regional solutions for local problems...

    The Foreign Office said in a statement at the conclusion of Mr Asif’s visit that the two foreign ministers “agreed that there was no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan and a politically negotiated settlement was imperative for lasting...

  • No military solution to Afghan conflict, agree Pakistan and Turkey

    Asif "reaffirmed Pakistan’s strong desire for further strengthening strategic partnership between the two countries through increased cooperation in political, economic, defence and people-to-people ties" in his meeting with Erdogan, the FO said...

    "Both countries' foreign ministers agreed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan, and stressed the need for regional powers to work for an Afghan-led and...

  • Rishi Kapoor for Kashmir solution so he can visit Pakistan

    Mr Kapoor said he agrees with National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, who claimed the other day that Azad Kashmir belongs to Pakistan and “this won’t change” no matter how many wars India and Pakistan fight against each other...

    Mr Abdullah had said that talk of an independent Kashmir was “wrong” as the Valley is landlocked and surrounded by three nuclear powers — China, Pakistan and India...

  • Solar, nuclear, hydel? Pakistan's best power solution is...

    If social and bulk of conventional media is to be believed, Kalabagh Dam alone is the solution to all our energy woes...

    Without commenting on the commercial (and political) viability of KBD, exactly how cheap can hydel tariffs be?What about the cost to recover the massive investment that such large-scale projects entail?And do they run throughout the year?Some fun facts: Did you know that the Tarbela Hydel Power Station, Pakistan’s...

  • Sindh holds solution to Pakistan’s energy needs

    KARACHI: With huge reserves of coal and plenty of wind to produce electricity, Sindh holds solution to the energy problems of Pakistan in the long run, said provincial finance minister Murad Ali Shah on Friday...

    Addressing a session organised by the Pakistan Business Council (PBC) for a 100-member Chinese delegation, Shah said the province already has 310MW of renewable energy, while another 475MW would come online by the end of the...

  • US urges amicable solution of Indus Waters Treaty dispute between India, Pakistan

    US Secretary of State John Kerry made a telephone call to the Finance Minister Senator Ishaq Dar on Thursday night in which he said United States was aware of Pakistan’s complaint against India's alleged violation of Indus Waters Treaty, said a statement issued by the government on Friday...

    “US would like to see an amicable solution to this issue,” Kerry was quoted as saying by the federal government...

  • WB says it’s seeking amicable solution to Pakistan-India water dispute

    A Pakistani delegation, headed by Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf Ali, arrived in Washington on Sunday, a day after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a controversial dam in India-held Kashmir, which Pakistan fears will reduce its share in the waters of the Indus and its tributaries...

    “Senior World Bank officials are meeting on Monday and Tuesday with a Pakistan delegation at their request to discuss issues concerning the...

  • 'Convergence now in US and Pakistan that there is no military solution to Afghanistan'

    Prime Minister Imran Khan, during an address delivered at the United States Institute of Peace on Tuesday, expressed confidence that there was "convergence between the United States and Pakistan" when it came to recognising that there is no military solution to deal with the war in Afghanistan...

    "The Pakistan Army was fighting but they [the US] thought we are not doing enough [...

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