Pakistan’s energy crisis at its peak

By Azeem Ibrahim

After years of mismanagement and neglect, Pakistan’s electricity supply is almost giving up the struggle. Just as the summer heat is taking its toll, daily blackouts are being imposed for up to 18 to 20 hours a day. This is creating major disruptions to commerce and industry, adding drastically to . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s energy crisis at its peak

Hating Malik Riaz… Think again!

By Yasir Akram

I don’t hate Malik Riaz.

I have no reason to.

I can’t blame him for the time I had to bribe a Nadra official in Lahore to have my computerised ID card made. My name was similar to someone who was apparently wanted by the FIA for indulging in anti-state activities. I didn’t . . . → Read More: Hating Malik Riaz… Think again!

Wife accused of murdering husband after falsely accusing ‘snake’

MULTAN: Chishtian police have registered a case against a woman for allegedly killing her husband in collusion with her paramour.

The police have yet to arrest her as she has been granted a bail before arrest from a court till July 2.

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Apple vs Google: Mobile map wars

By QUENTIN HARDY

SAN FRANCISCO — Get ready for the mobile map wars.

For many people, phones have become an important way to navigate the world, and mobile maps are at the core of the journey. They are often the critical element in commerce, socializing and search. So far, Googlehas reigned supreme in the mobile map . . . → Read More: Apple vs Google: Mobile map wars

Leaked video is a “conspiracy”: Zahid Bukhari

LAHORE: Zahid Bukhari, the counsel for real estate magnate Malik Riaz, said on Saturday that the leaked off-air footage of his client’s controversial Dunya TV interview appeared to be ‘a big conspiracy’, adding that he would stand by the court against this conspiracy.

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Audit report shows Govt mismanaged funds worth Rs.200 billion

By Zahid Gishkori

ISLAMABAD: The annual audit report reveals that almost Rs200 billion of taxpayers’ money has apparently been squandered by the government through various irregularities and mismanagement in the top ten state-run enterprises during the last fiscal year.

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