It is vital to expose students to modern technologies.
Uzair M. Younus
The underlying issue with the economy remains in place.
The government must go beyond announcing special packages.
The ban must be replaced by a common-sense policy.
The desire to gain or maintain control leads them to view policy from a narrow perspective.
One can see all sorts of creative ways being deployed to make the numbers look good.
Servicing the economy through bailouts and donations cannot succeed.
Few realise that the real struggle begins after the elections.
An activist streak has caused much political instability.
Trade flows rest on greater interaction.
Pakistan’s youth needs necessary skills.
Politics should not obstruct regional trade.
Dark clouds are gathering on the economic horizon.
Chinese interests in CPEC are not benign.
Two IMF statements show that very little has changed in almost 10 years.
A report suggests that two-thirds of all jobs in the developing world are at risk of being lost through automation.
E-commerce is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the country.
The intelligence setup has broad powers to collect data — at the cost of citizens’ privacy.
The emerging turbulence in the yuan poses several challenges for Pakistan.
Pakistan could find itself back in the arms of the IMF.