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Khunjerab Pass reopens for goods transportation

(Staff Report):- Twenty Three vehicles loaded with necessities urgently needed by Pakistan left China through the Khunjerab pass on January 31. Khunjerab Pass on the

PM Shehbaz inaugurates K-3 nuclear power plant in Karachi

(Staff Report): Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday inaugurated K-3, the third unit of Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUP), which will produce 1,100 megawatts of

Digital Security app will be introduced for Chinese residents in Pakistan

(Staff Report):- The home department and police held a meeting on Thursday to review the security of the Chinese nationals working on government and private

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Gwadar movement echoes in Senate

The protests and sit-ins led by the Haq Do Tehreek (HDT) in the port city of Gwadar resonated in Senate on Monday, with lawmakers denouncing the rights violations in Balochistan. For the past year, the port city has been gripped by protests led by Maulana Hidayat-ur-Rehman, chief of the Haq

Ten year plan for power production approved

The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has approved the 10-year Indicative Generation Capacity Expansion Plan 2022-31 (IGCEP-2022), which envisages the phasing out of furnace oil by the year 2031. National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC) had developed and submitted the IGCEP-2022 in line with the relevant provisions of Grid

Pakistan’s debt-to-GDP ratio in a danger zone of 70%

With Pakistan’s debt-to-GDP ratio in a danger zone of 70%, and between 40% and 50% of government revenues earmarked for interest payments this year, only default-stricken Sri Lanka, Ghana, and Nigeria are worse off. Just $500 million of interest or ‘coupon’ payments are due on Pakistan’s international bonds this year,

Experts eye Kiwifruit potential in Pakistan

(Staff Report):- Kiwifruit is newly introduced to Pakistan within the decade. Experts believe that such a high-value crop has great potential and can help more Pakistani farmers throw off poverty. “We imported Kiwi plants and did various locational trials in KPK, Islamabad as well as on the Punjab side. The