Country Scenario

 · Import of 74 MW Power by Pakistan in border areas of Pakistan (in Baluchistan Province): i. 70 MW at 132 kV (continued since 2003. Initially, it was 35 MW) ii. 4 MW at 20 kV (continued since 2002) iii. (Tariff: US cents 7-10. Contracts is renewed after i.

SAMAA

Pakistan successfully launched its surface-to-surface ballistic missile Shaheen-II, according to the ISPR. The missile is capable of carrying both conventional and nuclear warheads up to a range ...

Cover Who Owns Pakistan

As Pakistan''s first industrialist Prime Minister was repeating the oath of his office read by President Ghulam Ishaq Khan on Nov.6 1990 in the Darbar Hall of the Presidency, my mind was racing back to Dec. 2, 1988 when in the same hall another Prime Minister

The forgotten people of Pakistan

The Sarwar Foundation understands the financial pressures facing too many people in Pakistan who need vital healthcare. That''s why we provide free hepatitis screening to thousands of patients. A total of 15,000 patients have been screened positive for the infection, …

Pakistan

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SAMAA

Pakistan is the second country in the world that has shown the largest percentage increase in research output in 2018, reports Nature . According to estimates put together by ...

Pakistan

Pakistan, [c] officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, [d] is a country in South Asia is the world''s fifth-most populous country with a population exceeding 212.2 million. It has the world''s second-largest Muslim population is the 33rd-largest country by area, spanning 881,913 square kilometres (340,509 square miles). ...

The Shah of Pakistan? | Cato Institute

For Pakistan, unwavering support and an open aid spigot are rewards for Musharraf''s assistance in apprehending terrorists. After the fall of Afghanistan''s Taliban government in late 2001, the ...

Pakistan''s civil and military leadership on one page: Ch …

He said, "Pakistan''s political and military leadership is on one page to protect Pakistan. Kashmir is still the jugular vein of Pakistan and no power can make it away from us." Ch. Sarwar expressed these views during a meeting with a delegation led by Parliamentary Secretary for Health Doctor Nosheen Hamid at Governor House Lahore and was talking with media here on Sunday.

MSCI retains Pakistan in its EM index

Pakistan''s unexpected dilemma: too much electricity Reuters Large-scale construction of new power plants — largely coal-fired ones funded by China — has dramatically boosted energy capacity.

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