PM Imran Khan appears to be planning to take Sindh in the next elections. GVS learns this after talking with PTI insiders including Haleem...
Bodies found on K2 are reported to be of Pakistan’s hero mountaineer Ali Sadpara and Iceland’s John Snorri. Sadpara’s son Sajid had set on an expedition last month to recover the bodies and make a documentary on their lives.
Syed M Uzair reviews Jamil Nasir's work. According to Syed Uzair, Mr. Jamil's book presents an excellent comparison of the different socio-political realms of different countries in the world with it. The author argues that the essence of governance lies in how state-society relations are structured and managed, and how citizens perceive the rules of the game.
Pakistan's Current Account has fared pretty well on the back of high capital inflows from remittances and the textile sector, but the recent downward trajectory shows that government needs to work on policy reforms to diversify the export portfolio and maintain the promised "sustainable growth".
According to the latest figures, the Eid-ul-Adha season generated an economic activity worth Rs. 450 billion in Pakistan. Pakistanis sacrificed about 70 million animals...
Senior officials to visit Washington since, after its withdrawal from Afghanistan, peace is critical to stability for the region.
Aqeel Karim Dhedhi while talking to a private media channel said that behind the current plunge in the economic indicators there is a sign for the hope that will be visible in some time as the local economy heading towards expansion. He also suggested solutions to the energy sector's problems.
The Sindh government has proposed the National Command Operation Center (NCOC) to block the social media of non-vaccinated citizens.
Muhammad Ayaz Khan opens up about the account of when PTI first came into power and how the overseas Pakistanis reacted to it. He tells us how immigrants look at the actions of the current government and how people transform as law-abiding citizens as soon as they leave Pakistan.
As many mobile manufacturers are eying the Pakistani market, the Chinese manufacturer Realme has announced launching top-of-the-line locally assembled smartphones in Pakistan.
This inhuman incident came at a time when the country has already been flooded with instances of unspeakable crimes against women ranging from gang...