A little after a year in office, the government seems to have run out of ideas and will power—the latter being more disappointing and dangerous for a country that is struggling to stay afloat. An unfortunate policy paralysis has allowed our problems to grow in magnitude to serve as existential threats. Pakistanis, this time around . . . → Read More: Mr. Prime Minister, Are You Listening?
In a major decision taken days after departure of the federal cabinet, the government partially reversed on Tuesday power sector reforms by putting all the 16 corporate power companies under the control of the Wapda Chairman Syed Raghib Shah.
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Land and property and police remained the two most corrupt departments of the country in year 2011, while education and military remained the two least corrupt departments during the said year, the National Corruption Perception Survey 2011 announced by Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) revealed on Wednesday.
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ISLAMABAD: Chairman WAPDA Shakeel Durrani said that electricity loadshedding will continue till 2018, Geo News reported. Meanwhile member of the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Water and Power, Sajjadul Hasan has called for riots in Okara and the burning of PEPCO’s office to protests against loadshedding.
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