‘She’s the first woman, she will not fail; because if she fails, we close the doors’
In one sense the anti-encroachment drive has been a good thing since it focused on an unaddressed, long standing issue.
In Naya Pakistan, will the largest minority in the world finally be able to achieve financial security?
The first 100-days of the new government are about to end. What have been their best and worst policy decisions?
"My personal motto is do good, have fun, make money. And I don’t think those three things are in conflict."
The terms ‘multi-sectoral’ and ‘capacity building’ are being bandied about in...
Published in Dawn, The Business and Finance Weekly, July 23rd, 2018
THE new PPP slogan is indicative of the priority all political parties seem to have assigned education in the ...
“A lot of drugs are so priced out of the market that companies find them impossible to produce."
Real-estate market correction in Pakistan is long overdue. Housing, over the past three decades, has become expensive...
As policy becomes legislation, issues of data protection and content regulation must not be relegated to back burner.
It is high time the government looked outside the traditional models and leveraged new and innovative projects.
DESPITE an overarching legal framework that aims to encourage female participation in the workforce, Pakistani...
For work on CPEC projects to continue smoothly, the belief is that the initiative is benefiting only a select few areas
“Our focus as a country has to move from day-to-day management of the economy ...
The reality of the job market differs from the types of educational degrees people go for.