Other fears aside, the fact that the nuclear plants in Karachi will be using untested Chinese technology should be of major concern.
In a country where energy demand exceeds supply, and conventional resources are dwindling, it may be time to look toward alternatives.
The centre is accusing Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif of instigating the riots against loadshedding in the Punjab for his own political ends.
Will Imran Khan succeed in juggling a bevy of heavyweights who are diametrically opposed to him and to each other?
Is this Imran Khan’s time? Has he struck a chord with the people of Pakistan and become a threat to established political parties? Or will “the-beard-in-the-stomach” image cause him to fail at the ballot box?
In March, the All Pakistan Newspaper Society announced the winners of the latest round of awards for excellence in print journalism. Newsline is proud to report that our winning streak continues.
Newsline‘s February issue has enough to keep you reading all month long. It just might make you smarter too.
Trash was always a neglected issue in Pakistan until one determined woman, Nargis Latif, decided to commit her life to finding ways to turn waste into wonderful.
Inter-corporate circular debt is holding the country’s entire economy hostage. But is the government doing enough to tackle the problem?
“We need this gas urgently, but on the other hand, not at this price,” says Dr Gulfraz Ahmad.