Pakistan and wind energy

Pakistan is one of those countries that has the potential and the opportunities for growth, despite much of its resources being untapped. Nevertheless, the bright and enthusiastic minds of the nation seem to be making their way into these potentials and trying to bring out the best they can, from the resources.

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Kashmir: India’s battleground

Many conflicts in the world are not provided with adequate media coverage as much as there exists a need to. One such conflict exists in the South Asian region that is Kashmir, one of the world’s most militarized zones, with about 700,000 fully armed troops in contrast to a little more than a hundred unarmed Kashmiris with nothing to defend themselves with.

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How Modi has failed India

Modi is lucky to be blessed with an opposition so weak that it has no agenda other than to defeat him. Even so, doubts assail him, for he must know he has not delivered on the promises made in 2014. India’s election is the largest in the world.

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Anti-vax movement: Now in Pakistan

Fear sells miraculously. It is the favorite weapon of choice for many politicians. US President, Donald Trump was adamant that there is a strong link between vaccination of small children and autism.

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Asad Umar: The iceberg that sank the Titanic?

At such a crucial time in the history of the economy, when Pakistan is amid finalising a 6-8 billion dollar loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), former Finance Minister Asad Umar’s resignation will prove to be extremely volatile for the current economic landscape.

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Pakistan outranks India and Bangladesh on Happiness Index

Over the last few years, we have all become thoughtful with regards to Pakistan’s economic condition even though every passing day has made life tough for the common man.

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The State of the Economy

Business Desk Pakistan’s economy is in dire straits and the nation faces an uncertain future. Inflation is at an all-time

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An analysis of the poverty alleviation plan

Prime Minister Imran Khan, on Wednesday, announced a massive poverty alleviation plan worth Rs. 80 billion.

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Civilian Awards in Pakistan

The 23rd of March does not only the mark the day that the Pakistan Resolution was passed but also marks the day in which the government of Pakistan distributes its civilian awards to all those who have been nominated to receive them.

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The epidemic of forced conversions

The issue of forced conversions is one that is quite prevalent in Pakistani society today.

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