With the petroleum ministry’s support, three state-run oil and gas companies have sought a cumulative 32.3 per cent increase in the price of regasified liquefied natural gas (RLNG) to improve their profits even on system losses without fresh investments.
The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority may reconsider on Monday the . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s Oil, Gas prices may go up 32 percent
Before the horror of December 16, we associated the day with shame: when the borders of Bangladesh were carved in blood, and the state acted in ways amoral and unforgivable.
But the shame of 16/12 gave way to shock 43 years later: horror in another time, another city, another country. Faced . . . → Read More: APS Peshawar attack… One year later
(By Zamir Akram) Part – II. The latest phase in the American pattern of discrimination against Pakistan is to demand a cap on Pakistan’s nuclear weapons production and missile delivery capabilities without any matching requirement on India.
These proposals have been obediently parroted by American think tanks such as Carnegie Endowment and The Stimson Center . . . → Read More: The continuing discrimination against Pakistan
By DR NIAZ MURTAZA
BY winning the recent Punjab LG polls, the Sharifs have re-demonstrated their political hold in the province and by extension in Pakistan. Counting tenures as chief executives federally or provincially, the Sharifs have ruled Pakistan longer than any dictator or political family (party-wise, the PPP is still . . . → Read More: Sharifs lack the political vision
Of late a Mr. Malik Siraj Akbar is proving to be quite the jack in the box; popping up right on time with an eager-to-influence-the-narrative blog post when PAK-US relations experience an upward trend.
His recent blog post for the Huffington Post can only be described as pure . . . → Read More: Malik Siraj Akbar – Terrorist Poodle
Barely had the row over his remarks on Paris attacks faded that senior Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar once again courted controversy on Tuesday by asking for the removal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to solve the Kashmir dispute.
“Hamein le aaiye, inhein hataiye (Bring in the Congress, remove him),” Aiyar reportedly told a Pakistani . . . → Read More: Modi stands between Pakistan – India peace: Mani Shankar
(By Laura Gottesdiener) Here’s a little thought experiment: imagine that we’re in Kansas (without Toto) and a bridal party in three rented limos is heading down a highway toward a church where a wedding is about to take place. Suddenly, a small out-of-control plane plummets into those limos killing the bride, the mother of the . . . → Read More: Those we kill and forget