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Bondholders may hold the key to bank break-ups
By Tom Braithwaite
10220_2_23_2015_1.gif"Break up the banks!" The now familiar cry from the liberal left and libertarian right in the US will soon attract hard-nosed institutional investors who are less interested in sloganeering and more determined to make it happen.

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  INSIGHT  
 
The final countdown
By Ihtasham ul Haque
10224_2_23_2015_1.gifAlmost after three frustrating decades, the people of Karachi in general and the business community in particular, could now have some respite and hope as the military leadership has at last decided to intervene with a view to restoring peace in Karachi on what is being described “at any cost.”

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A looming threat
By Zeeshan Haider
10225_2_23_2015_1.gifWith Pakistan still reeling under an expanding energy crisis and a worsening security situation, the Minister of Water and Power Khawaja Mohammad Asif has warned that another major crisis is also lurking around.

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  REVIEW  
 
Economy limping behind
By Javed Mirza
10226_2_23_2015_1.gifThe decline in Pakistan’s current account deficit in the fiscal year so far demonstrates the economy’s capacity for rebalancing.

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  ENVIRONMENT  
 
Missing water infrastructure
By Shahid Shah
10227_2_23_2015_1.gif­Sindh being the lower riparian of Indus River system is the most vulnerable to a variety of environmental, economic, and social costs associated with upstream water development. The Indus Delta has shrunken unbelievably.

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  EDUCATION  
 
A pricey business
By Sohaib Kamal
10228_2_23_2015_1.gifEducation Inflation in Pakistan has risen by almost 37 percent, significantly higher than the average increase in prices-23 percent- since January 2012 as per the Consumer Price Index.

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  Transport  
 
Back to the beginning
By Nadia Naqi
10229_2_23_2015_1.gif“Bandar road se keemari, seedhi chali hai ghora gari,baboo hojana footpath pe ,” Ahmed Rushdis hit song of the 60s gave a classic glimpse of Pakistan’s largest city Karachi, attracting people from all over the country. ....
 
 

  ENERGY  
 
A green alternative
By Hussain Ahmad Siddiqui
10230_2_23_2015_1.gifTo support the current and future energy needs, Pakistan plans to enhance the total nuclear power generation capacity of 2,800 MW by the year 2020, achieving a cumulative capacity of 8,800MW by end 2030. ....
 
 

  TECHNOLOGY  
 
Betting fever
By Tariq Ahmed Saeedi
10231_2_23_2015_1.gifPunters in Pakistan have swung into full action to grab their win out of $74 billion global online sports betting market as the cricket world cup is pacing towards its decisive stage.

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EDUCATION
- A pricey business


ENERGY
- A green alternative


ENVIRONMENT
- Missing water infrastructure


FINANCIAL TIMES
- Bondholders may hold the key to bank break-ups
- China’s contradictory war against corruption
- France forces through economic reforms
- Election will decide the future of the British state


FOCUS
- A looming threat


INSIGHT
- The final countdown


REVIEW
- Economy limping behind


TECHNOLOGY
- Betting fever


Transport
- Back to the beginning
 
 


 

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