Merger of Warid and Mobilink is only the first of a series of transformative steps about to sweep Pakistani telecoms.
The State Bank had been concerned about eroding debt service capacity of the country for some time.
Government borrowing from scheduled banks increases by Rs1 trillion, or 23 per cent.
It is important for civilian authorities to know who they are allowed to designate as a terrorist and who they are not.
Promises made in Lodhran by PM still sound far too tailored to an urban audience.
In a few years, we’ll know a lot more people who use solar power, and it will be a bit of a status symbol.
A SMARTY pants television anchor dedicates an entire show to how earthquakes and climate change are linked, going on...
The paper is written by John Brennan, whose personal email account was recently hacked.
The clout that APTMA wields over the government grows out of its unity. It allows spinners to make credible deals with
A strong and independent regulator is necessary in an economy that is increasingly being driven by the unaccountable...
Remember the feeling of helplessness and despair? What a Herculean effort of the will it was simply to get through...
Money is once again fleeing equities and other emerging market assets in huge quantities. But it is not going into...
This bond is also likely to be traded at a premium right away, given its pricing.
Consumerism has its peculiar demands. They include fetishising the object of consumption — the commodity.
First high-profile case probing terror financing against people known for political rather than terrorist links.
The vision and intent behind the massive exercise to restructure the federation through the NFC award and the 18th ...
The real apparatus for detecting and apprehending terror funds is lying largely dormant.
The market going up or down has very little to do with developments in the rest of the economy.
Isn’t economics an exact enough science to at least tell us whether or not an economy is doing well?
Are we looking at a potential return to the bad old days?