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Powerless wind corridors

It seems the government has literally taken the wind out of green energy investors’ sails after the Jhimpir wind farm came to a grinding halt last week because the...

Kashmir issue in US Congress

The Modi government in India must be feeling the heat of a bipartisan resolution moved in the US Congress by two members, one of them an Indian-American, urging India to...

‘Act against Pak-created ‘Kashmir Cells’ Abroad’

Government of India continues to move on its unlawful actions of 5 August and 31 October 2019 in Kashmir. There is no dispute about the fact that India has carried out a...

Economy, politics and administration

For economic development, it seems desirable to set forth, in terms of generalization, relationship that have historically characterized the developmental process....

The Rohingya genocide case

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, the only Nobel peace prize laureate facing accusations of facilitating genocide, is set to appear in the UN’s top court in The Hague...

Violence in hospitals

Hospitals and healthcare facilities are places where peace and tranauility are the most sought after things. All over the world, even war parties are told to respect...

Repressive taxes, debt trap & fiscal fiasco

“Higher reliance on withholding taxes and within withholding taxes a high concentration on a few items makes the income tax revenues vulnerable. Moreover, taxing the...

Backlash of irresponsible society

“In a closed society where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught. In a world of thieves, the only final sin is stupidity”? Hunter S. Thompson These...

Orange Train era

That the physical infrastructure of the Orange Line Metro Train project is ready for trial run on December 10 is a welcome development. After missing several deadlines,...

Tapping the SME sector

The government’s focus on empowering the youth and tapping the potential of (so far untapped) entrepreneurship in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) should yield...