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Women in development

Sustainable development is defined as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”. In 2015, the UN General…

Development policies

In this new world order, the key for rapid socio-economic development lies in the ability of nations to manufacture and export high-technology and high value-added goods. Successive governments have failed…

Shehbaz-led narrative needs a revisit

Pakistani public today faces a host of economic difficulties that can be laid at the doorstep of those who governed this country — the status quo parties (Pakistan People’s Party…

Country needs a fair petrochemical policy

In the last few years, the country had a very consumer-driven economy – there was a never-ending toxic cycle: import goods, run out of money then ask for a bailout/loan.…

A ‘Charter of Development’

TURMOIL and mayhem need not be an essential fallout of the present political transition. Earlier, during a similarly complex crisis, two exiled political leaders in 2006 had agreed on the…