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From struggling to stable, is Pakistan’s economy heading towards development?

Since the country’s independence in 1947, the economy of Pakistan has emerged as a semi-industrialized one, based heavily on textiles, agriculture, and food production, though recent years have seen a push towards technological diversification. Pakistan’s GDP growth has been gradually

Lockdown over, is Pakistan coronavirus free?

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Pakistan have continued to decline in the past four weeks, a development the government dubbed as the result of its successful anti-COVID-19 strategy. However, the country’s health experts are sceptical and warned that it

Cleaning Karachi’s nullahs: whose is responsible?

Karachi is a megacity of more than 20 million people which is the economic heart of Pakistan and is rightly called mini-Pakistan. The 20 million people of the city, the biggest and the most diverse city of the country have

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Expressing solidarity not enough to solve Kashmir dispute, says former diplomat

There are a few personalities who have served the nation in different fields. Dr Jamil Ahmed is one of such esteemed figures in our country. He started his career in the Pakistan Army and due to his dedication, perseverance and

Provide incentives to overcome economic crisis: Mirza Ikhtiar Baig

Mirza Ikhtiar Baig is a renowned industrialist and businessman with over thirty years of experience in various sectors of Pakistan. He is the Chairman of Baig Group operating in diversified fields in Pakistan, UAE and other countries. He is also

Awareness isn’t enough: Salman Sufi on fighting gender inequality and more

Salman Sufi is an award-winning public policy and development specialist working to battle gender inequality in Pakistan. He has introduced dozens of historic reforms to counter gender inequality and change the lives of women today. His achievements include establishing the

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Tasty pakoras to try this monsoon

Pakora is a quintessential Karachi house-hold item. There is no occasion when you can’t have pakoras. Whether its raining or you’re breaking your fast, you love to eat some pyaaz wala pakoras! It does not matter what time of the

Restaurants that will BBQ your sacrificial animal’s meat this Eid

The festive occasion of Eid-ul-Azha is being observed by Muslims in Pakistan and around the world. Pious Muslims sacrifice animals on this day in accordance with Islamic rituals and traditions. While this is a religious occasion, it is also an

Best chaat for chatoras

In Karachi, chaat is a way of life and a favorite savory all year round. Karachi is a city of foodies where you can find a variety of mouth-watering chaat served with spices, chopped potatoes, and tomatoes, yogurt. We sorted out

In Pictures

Clifton beach, Karachi

Clifton beach, Karachi

Katora Lake, Kumrat Valley KPK

Katora Lake, Kumrat Valley KPK

Terat Village, Swat valley

Terat Village, Swat valley

In Pictures: 4th anniversary of Civil Hospital Quetta terror attacks

QUETTA: Today marks the fourth anniversary of the terror attack at Civil Hospital in Quetta. More than 70 people, mainly lawyers, were killed in the suicide bombing and shooting and 130 others were injured. The fatalities were mainly lawyers who

In Pictures: Nation observes Youm-e-Istehsal

The nation today (Wednesday) observed ‘Youm-e-Istehsal’ (Kashmir Siege Day) to express solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiri people on completion of one year of the military siege of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K). One minute silence was observed at 10:00

In Pictures: Eid-ul-Azha celebrations across the nation

On the occasion of Eid al-Azha, Muslims around the world sacrifice an animal mainly a goat, cow, or camel. However this year, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Pakistan honoured the supreme sacrifice of Prophet Hazrat Ibrahim (AS). Camel