Monthly Archive: July, 2011

Swapping of currency to improve trade possibilities

UNISAME (The Union of Small and Medium Enterprises) expresses it’s belief that the proposal of President Asif Ali Zardari of swapping currency with Islamic Republic of Iran will encourage trade by resolving the… Continue reading

Drastic times

The business community has requested the politicians to play their role in establishing peace and harmony across the country to reinstate the conductive business environment of the country as such dramatic political uncertainty is harming… Continue reading

Excuses and nothing more

 Federal Railways Minister, Ghulam Ahmad Bilour said  that the Railways does not have sufficient money for fuel and had only two days worth of diesel left adding that lack of funds and engines… Continue reading

A constant headache

MD PEPCO Rasool Khan Masood said Monday that electricity shortfall has increased due to the non-supply of oil. He said that if oil and gas were supplied as required than the shortfall would… Continue reading


The CNG stations in Lahore, Gujranwala and Multan region have been shutdown from Monday morning at 6.00 A.M. for two and a half days under the gas load management. CNG station owners said that the… Continue reading

Speaking confidence

President Retd. General Pervaiz Musharaf has denied any power sharing agreements with President Zardari. He stated that he had met Zardari twice when he was in power. These statements were made while the… Continue reading

Shab-e-Barat observed in tranquility across the country

Shab-e-Barat, the holy night in which the destiny of men for the following year is decided and is said to be a blessed night ideal for seeking forgiveness of sins and showering of… Continue reading

Spilling disaster

  The mountains used for Attabad Lake spillway have developed some fissures threatening the lives of the thousands of residents around there. Evacuation work had started but had to be paused due to… Continue reading

KESC workers protest against VSS

Hours of unscheduled load shedding continues in Karachi as KESC workers continue their protest against Voluntary Separation Scheme (VSS) outside the Governor House. KESC management has repeatedly said that when the desired amount… Continue reading

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