BABAR CHEEMA They have surrounded you from all around. You are padded up, heavily bandaged. You are limping across the field after a bloody and murderous assault on your life. Bowling is More »

China and Russia have to protect Pakistan’s interest if it participate the SCO Summit in India?

INTERACTION DESK The world is in the process of change and the times are especially critical now. There is hardly any doubt that the world is in the duration of a huge More »

Survival of the richest

The country’s poorest province is also afflicted by income inequality SAKINA According to the Oxfam 2023 report, “Survival of the Richest”, inequality is increasing in the world. The poor are getting poorer, More »

NUCLEAR ENERGY IN PAKISTAN Coping with energy crisis and climate change

SIKANDAR AZAM KHAN Energy production and balanced supply/demand ratio is the most crucial requirement for a country’s development. However, impending climate change effects as well as rising energy demands brought on by More »

Maximizing Pakistan’s foreign exchange savings through Nuclear energy

SHER ALI KAKAR The demand for a clean, reliable, and cost-effective source of energy has grown as the world is experiencing looming climate change effects coupled with energy supply issues emanating from More »


Energy crisis: A major contributor to many other calamities

Energy crisis a major contributor too many other calamities2

SYED SAMIULLAH RABITA FORUM INTERNATIONAL (RFI) Affordable and clean energy is a prerequisite for human development in today’s world. No one can even think of advancement and a prosperous future in agriculture, business, communications, education, healthcare, and transportation without having

NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS saviours of Pakistan’s economy and energy

Pakistan ramps up nuclear

Energy production through nuclear power plants is safer, cheaper, effective and supports self-reliance DR ZAFAR KHAN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR BTTN (QUETTA) Ever since the Russia-Ukraine war, global warming and the gradual depletion of non-renewable sources of energy such as oil, gas



DR ANSAR PARVEZ FORMER CHAIRMAN PAKISTAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION (PAEC) Pakistan signed the contract for its first nuclear power plant KANUPP in 1965. Since then, during the last nearly six decades, Pakistan’s civil nuclear power program, led by Pakistan Atomic

NUCLEAR PANACEA A Global and Pakistani Perspective


LT . GEN KHALID AHMED KIDWAI NI, HI(M) We are living through interesting times. I think we are also living through historic times. We are fortunate to be witnessing history unfold before our eyes in our lifetime as we watch

IAEA chief sees promising prospects for nuclear energy in Pakistan

IAEA chief sees promising prospects

Head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi has a positive outlook for nuclear energy in Pakistan. Speaking at a seminar hosted by the Center for International Strategic Studies (CISS), Islamabad, on Thursday, the IAEA director general noted

Nuclear Energy: A viable solution to Pakistan’s problems

Pakistan’s problems are escalating with time and the country seems to breed serious problems with each passing moment. Political instability and security issues have always remained the biggest concerns for Pakistan but major internal issues such as lack of basic

PM Shehbaz inaugurates K-3 nuclear power plant in Karachi


K-3 is a step forward in cooperation with  Pakistan’s  trusted friend China, says PM (Thursday 2nd Feb. 2023) Prime Minister congratulated the scientists and workers of Pakistan and China which led to the completion of the project. He said the

The group photo of Editors with Secretary information Sindh at Council of Pakistan Newspapers Editors (CPNE)

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Ghost experts, non-existent think tanks fuel India’s disinformation drive

ZAKI ABBAS In spite of two major exposes against the wire service in 2019 and 2020, Asian News International a major Indian ‘news’ agency continues to peddle disinformation using “non-existent” sources and ghost “experts” to target regional rivals, particularly Pakistan

Invest in defence modernisation

ASHOK K MEHTA The only surprise in the defence budget was no surprise: static, in real terms, a negative budget for modernization- the litmus test of capability enhancement for maintaining deterrence in order to meet the two-and-a-half threat challenge plus