The government needs a plan for its incremental successes to make a lasting positive impact.
Sohaib R. Malik
Despite its practical bankruptcy, our power sector continues helping its stakeholders enrich themselves
With a dearth of fiscal space and regional cooperation, South Asia is prone to a vicious circle of crises.
Is the Beijing-Washington spat over CPEC a welcome development for the common Pakistani?
The foundational principles of the state of Madina delegitimise authoritarian rule.
The renewed effort to privatise power-generation plants indicates the growing despair of the PM’s economic managers.
It’s not too late to reassess our policy choices for ensuring universal access to electricity services by 2030.
The success of CPEC is crucial for Beijing to place itself as a trusted partner for the Global South.
What plans are in place to offset the looming damage of coal-related commercial activities for Thar?
Apart from the project-specific glitches, the Pak-Saudi MOUs face other challenges too.
The focus should be on renewable energy technologies.
WIND power in Pakistan has reached about 1,200 megawatts (MW) of cumulative installed capacity.
Growing up in a semi-urban area in Punjab I can barely recall a summer without extended hours of electricity...
How likely is Asad Umar to succeed in his pledge for a people-friendly IMF programme?
Distributing solar home systems to rural households to light an electric bulb and charge a mobile phone may qualify ...