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Minister’s hostile takeover of luxury cars at dirt cheap prices

News Desk | Looking at the fraudulent history of some of the high rollers in Pakistan, the general public might believe that they have seen...

Toyota Corrolla out of reach: Indus motors jacks up prices for...

News Analysis | For the third time this year alone, Indus Motor Company, the makers of Toyota cars in Pakistan, have increased their vehicle prices,...

Indo-Iran ties and implications for Pakistan

News Analysis | The Iranian foreign minister, Javed Zarif, is all set to visit Pakistan for a three-day tour beginning from Sunday, the Iranian ambassador...

The Truth About Wireless Charging

Inductive charging (also known as wireless charging or cordless charging) uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects through electromagnetic induction. This is usually done with a charging station. Energy is sent...

Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary: ‘we await the adoption by New Delhi of...

News Desk | GVS: World around us is changing, transforming at a rapid pace; how Pakistan’s foreign Office looks at all that? Foreign Secretary, Ms. Tehmina...

Car giant Nissan set to invest $9.5 billion in China

AFP |  Japanese automaker Nissan Motor and its Chinese joint venture partner announced on Monday a $9.5 billion investment plan in China to increase annual...

7,000 used cars stuck at Karachi port as dealers and government...

News Analysis | Importers of used cars (that were handicapped by the governments’ refusal to give access to used cars at the port) are claiming that the...

Honda: “PSO, Shell, Total sell sub-par fuel”

Honda Atlas has filed a complaint with the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) with regards to the fuel being sold by Shell, PSO,...

India’s dirty war inside Pakistan

Asif Haroon Raja | When Pakistan came into being on August 14, 1947, under the sagacious leadership of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Indian...

BRICS declaration and the appalling crudity of India’s strategic discourses

M K Bhadrakumar | The BRICS statement naming the terrorist groups active in the South and the Central Asian region was brilliant news insofar as India and China...

Pakistan’s foreign policy and current challenges-part 2

Asif Haroon Raja | Pakistan’s current challenges India has not reconciled to the existence of Pakistan and strives to reduce it to the status of a...

Growing regional cooperation: Will the USA be driven out of South...

Anam Sheikh | The twenty-first-century international relations are going to be multi-polar, where not one but many actors will be shaping the world order. The...

Afghanistan’s stubbornness: An obstacle in regional development

Imtiaz Gul | At a May 2015 global forum in Beijing, former President Hamid Karzai had talked of high time to "recommit ourselves to peaceful...

Why you should watch ‘Fate Of The Furious’

The eighth installment in the "Fast and the Furious" is on the path to becoming the biggest worldwide debut of all time, besting both...

To Win from CPEC: We must revise our trade policies…

Saud Bin Ahsen| With globalization, trade volumes increased and dynamics of international trade also changed. Integration in global supply chain became crucial; more so for the...

ECO summit showed limitations of Indian desire to isolate Pakistan

By Abdul Rahim | In an environment where propaganda of Pakistan’s regional isolation led by India has been greatly broadcasted, hosting the 13th ECO summit...

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