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Why should women march?

“Kuch Log Tumhay Samjhayein Gey/ Wo Tum Ko Khaof Dilayein Gey/ Jo Hai Wo Bhi Kho Sakta Hai/ Is Rah Mein Rehzan Hain Itnay/ Kuch Aur Yahan Ho Sakta Hai”…

Lull before the storm?

One cannot really claim with confidence that the storm of dust kicked up by the controversies surrounding Elections 2024 has completely settled. However, there is perhaps an abatement of the…

Virtual politics

Irrespective of who won or lost, if this election has given one single lesson to the political class all over Pakistan, it is this: you cannot ignore Millennials and Gen…

Invest in ADR

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a valuable legal framework for settling disputes out of court and is crucial for resolving trade disputes and increasing foreign investment. This system of dispute…

How to achieve growth

To progress rapidly, Pakistan must create an Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) environment conducive to economic growth, innovation, and entrepreneurship. The EoDB refers to the regulatory and administrative framework that…

Unchallenged grey market in Pakistan

The greatest challenge facing the country is its failing economy and one of the factors contributing towards it is the diminishing revenue generation channels on account of slowdown in industrial…

Digitalized judiciary

Chief Justice of Pakistan Qazi Faez Isa has a great opportunity to rejuvenate our ailing judicial system and propel it into a dynamic force. This pivotal role can infuse new…

Pervasive belligerence

A country’s behaviour on the international scene frequently reflects its philosophy, politics, and historical background. Following its 1947 declaration of independence from the British colonial authority, India took a distinctive…

Removing institutional impediments

The past few days have witnessed some encouraging positive developments on the country’s financial front providing the much-needed respite for economy and businesses, deeply marred by uncertainty and pessimistic sentiments.…

UFG: the elephant in the room

Natural gas is the most important energy source in Pakistan’s energy mix providing 40% of its primary energy supplies for decades. According to the Energy Year Book for 2022, Pakistan’s…