“It is unacceptable to make people pay for the cost of theft and mismanagement of others,” says PM Khan.
The PML-N went on an energy plant spree without keeping an eye on the looming economic slowdown.
Power tariff expected to increase by 20 per cent.
Engro Elengy and Pakistan Gasport challenge allegations by information and petroleum ministers.
Asia-Pacific Group’s team will visit Pakistan again in March-April for another ‘on-site mutual evaluation’.
Cabinet orders early finalisation of NFC award, abolishes Erra.
Higher electricity rates, on approval by Nepra, would be recovered from consumers in upcoming billing month.
Cost of Peshawar BRT project revised up 38pc to approximately 68bn from Rs49bn.
Decision practically restores 2005 load management policy when industry and power sector used to be on second priority.
ISLAMABAD: The government has called a meeting of the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) today to take a decision...
The two sides have started initial consultations on cooperation in several sectors.
None of the leaders has the slightest idea that the reform committee members include those responsible for...
Unchecked corruption, inefficiency, over-employment blamed for disaster.
IMF mission due on Nov 7, CPEC not to blame for debt crisis.
Senate committee wants unsafe fuel vehicles off the roads immediately.
Matters relating to implementation of water policy will be discussed in council’s first meeting.
"CPEC is not imposing any immediate burden with respect to loans repayment and energy sector outflows."
Fund's MD says it needs "complete understanding" of "nature" of loans that Pakistan has borrowed from other countries.
Asia Pacific Group delegation asks Pakistan to do more, get its house in order to get off the FATF grey list.
Pakistan's total debt and liabilities have increased by Rs1.4 trillion since Aug 18 due to steep currency devaluation.