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A Regional Hub and Pivot For Commerce and Investment

The belt will run from, the last habitation before the Iranian border. It requires the visa-free tourism for Chinese nationals to Pakistan. FOR THE FIRST TIME, the plan to build CPEC has been revealed by Pakistani and Chinese concerned people. The Long Term Plan (LTP) was started in November 2013. It was the year when the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of the Government of China asked the China Development Bank (CDB) to constitute a detailed roadmap to guide the engagement with Pakistan that had started in May of that same year. With teams from the NDRC, as well the ministries of Transport, National Energy Admi

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Hybrid System Electrification For Rural Area of Tharparkar

n this paper HOMER is used to analyze the hybrid power generation system at Resham-Jo-Tar. The feasibility report shows that the site is most suitable for designing hybrid power generation system. A massive proportion of the world populace lives in far off rural areas which might be geographically remote and in moderation populated. Such areas have very low power demand and are not connected to the grid. In a development country like Pakistan, the maximum of the populace lives in faraway rural areas with no utility grid and this appears to be the primary impediment to normal development. Power is one of the cleanest electricity

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Promoting Art & Science of HVACR in Pakistan

The Pakistan HVACR Society is not only a sole representative body rather it is an institution on HVACR in the country. This Society was established in 1993 for the promotion of art & science of HVACR in Pakistan. The Society is a sole representative body on HVACR and was established some 21 years ago to promote the cause of HVACR profession and industry in Pakistan. It is an affiliate Society to ASHRAE, USA. Right from the inception, Society is making all out efforts for Knowledge Dissemination and Experience Sharing. Mission of HVACR Society The idea conceived some 21 years ago has grown up and after attaining maturity is now q

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Pakistan's Energy Life Line

China had also expressed its desire to work on the remaining portion of the 80km pipeline from Gwadar to connect it with the Iranian border. At a time when world is heading for an energy crisis, alliances for acquisition of energy or its opposition is natural. The Iran–Pakistan gas pipeline, also known as the Peace pipeline, or IP Gas, is also once such project. At present, it aims to deliver natural gas from Iran to Pakistan. Its length is estimated 2,775-kilometre (1,724 mi) Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline is a much delayed project between the two countries. The pipeline has already been completed on the Iranian side while the d

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Celebrating 100 Years Of Dewan

Dewan Muhammad Yousuf Farooqui, is the Chairman of Yousuf Dewan Companies. A commerce graduate from the Government College of Commerce and Economics, Karachi, he has been involved in the family business from an early age. Having acquired the necessary management skills, he took over the responsibilities of a Chief Executive of a large industrial unit in his late 20s. There is a long list of accomplishments under his leadership. Recognition of his achievements reflects his firm commitment to excellence. Under his leadership, Yousuf Dewan Companies stands as one of the largest industrial groups in Pakistan. Mr. Farooqui is a promi

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Target Killing of Pakistan Steel Mills

Pakistan Steel Mill was the vision of the first Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Liaqat Ali Khan to achieve the goal of progressive industrialization in the country. On 02 December, 2016 the Finance Minister Ishaq Dar directed Pakistan Steel Mills' (PSM) management to partly settle its domestic liabilities by selling the inventory while also seeking a government-owned bank's support to settle payments to foreign creditors during a meeting held in Islamabad. The meeting was called to settle administrative issues between the Privatisation Commission (PC) and PSM. There was an allegation against the PSM management was that it provided

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Catering world wide communication

Thanks to telecom sector, media has revolutionized everything, everywhere in Pakistan. In fact media revolution has bridged the gap between the developing as well as developed state of mind across the world. This is all due to telecom sector, which after travelling a bumpy road a year ago is showing mixed trends this year. The telecom sector is the great source of taxes to expand the economy and offer opportunities to investors in the country. In this mid of current year, the Kahleej Times reported that the telecom sector in Pakistan did prospering business with revenues of Rs333.2 billion for July March FY 16 despite the fact the g

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Save your generation from poisoned milk

George Orwell says, “Man is the only creature that consumes without producing. He does not give milk, he does not lay eggs, he is too weak to pull the plough, he cannot run fast enough to catch rabbits. Yet he is lord of all the animals.” However, the milkmen in Punjab have started giving milk which is as poisonous as their thoughts are. The Supreme Court has taken a suo motu notice over sale of adulterated milk and other adulterated eatable or potables. The August Court sought detailed report from the Punjab government. The Watan Party filed an appeal in the Supreme Court and the two-member bench comprising Acting Chief Justic

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Future of Transport Sector in Pakistan

The role of road transport in economic development of a country is beyond imagination. Pakistan is on the path of a development and it needs strong network of road to connect market to cities and so on. A country cannot progress unless it has a good system of road network. The road network is the backbone of trade and commerce in the country.Present government is focusing on this issue. Road transportation helps to create local employment, facilitation of inter-community trade and migration, mobility of skilled labour-force, alleviation of poverty, economic use of natural resources, diversification of markets, provision of fuel, im

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Science of corruption

In Pakistan, corruption is said to be another name of terrorism- economic terrorism. In a country, terrorism cannot get fuel in the absence of corruption. Corruption has give way to parallel economy in the country. Today corruption is a major threat to nation's integrity. It needs to be dealt with without wastage of time. However, it would not be wrong to say that we cannot root it out without understanding it. We need to understand the science behind corruption. "Corruption is a curse in India and amongst Muslims, especially the so-called educated and intelligentsia. Unfortunately, it is this class that is selfish and morally and

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Pakistan needs an industrial revolution not blood revolution

There is an eco of bloody revolution in Pakistan from different quarters. Last year, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman, Imran Khan, while speaking at a rally organised jointly by his party and the Jamaat-i-Islami in Karachi, warned that there will be a bloody revolution in the country if political forces are denied right to come to power through peaceful means. I heard Late General (Rtd) Hameed Gul saying about soft revolution in a inauguration ceremony where Chief Guest Malik Meraj Khalid, the then Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan mocked at the idea. For him there was no such thing like soft revolution. On another occasion a fo

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Science Culture in Muslim States

The role of science and technology in the development of the world is unmistakable. It would not be wrong to say that Science and Technology, in fact, triggered the Industrial Revolution in Europe, which later on laid far reaching effects in almost all parts of the world. Today, Pakistan beset with a large number of problems and the country is shaking amongst the waves of uncertainty. Science is the only available option to Pakistan for holding a niche in the comity of nations. Pakistan has recently hosted 15th General Assembly Meeting of the Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (COMSTECH) in Islamabad on