Senators discussing the problem call for moving to solar power.
Utilities blame each other for the failure at public hearing presided over by Nepra chairman.
The US pressure could lead to ‘stricter’ conditions by the IMF to bailout Pakistan, says rating agency.
Legal framework covering non-profit & charitable organisations is seriously deficient, delegation tells authorities.
The MoE’s recommendation would form part of the incoming government’s economic and trade relations policy.
Pakistan has to comply with 10-point action by end of September next year to get out of FATF grey list.
"Defence authorities say 45 day reserves of petroleum products are required to be maintained as minimum war stamina."
An appointment clear of past baggage may prove to be the first step towards creating reformed revenue administration.
Senate panel asks religious scholars to condemn electricity theft and get 400 units free.
Regulator says failure to complete projects on time results in cost overruns and forces uneconomic power dispersal.
The fine has been imposed on completion of enquiry proceedings lasting over more than 30 months.
Manganese limits set to begin from November 1.
Asad Umar says offering any relief or subsidy to the people in first 100 days is like giving lollipops.
Zargham Eshaq Khan, Joint Secretary Power Division, says it will be a commercial borrowing at Kibor plus 4pc rate.
Zafar says following Indus Waters Treaty, India built 400 dams while Pakistan could not make KBD.
The South-Asian region will be left behind if trade normalisation does not happen between Pakistan and India.
Euro-II diesel, which is currently in Pakistan’s use, would not be available to PSO from early 2020: Kuwait company.
Ogra had forwarded two proposals about tariffs to govt for advice on any cross subsidy before issuing notification.
50pc of agreed supply will be restored by 15th, Senate panel told
Total liability has reached upto Rs1.066 trillion after addition of old stocks in addition to fresh circular debt.