In DC they want to hear about our reforms, while in Islamabad they want to hear about aid promises, not vice versa.
Despite rigorous internal reporting, power sector does not make any data publicly available to allow accountability.
‘Energy conference’ was little more than a waste of the government’s energy spent in talking about futile efforts.
The so-called ‘power crisis’ is, in fact, a state of affairs growing out of 3 different areas where government failed.
Countries facing sudden collapse of growth should not retrench their expenditures, rather should grow their way out.
Now a boom is underway to our east, in India. And once again, we need to find a way to tap into this boom.
Pakistan's shut down of Nato supply routes could make costs for Pakistan also very large indeed.
State Bank did not withhold its caveats in the annual report so one is entitled to wonder why they’re doing so now.
Thanks to the military’s misguided stewardship, Jinnah’s Pakistan has already been cut into two.
With the super poweralliance withering away, Pakistan would be left on its own against a far larger army to its east.
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