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How to Manage Energy Consumption in Offices and Workplaces

Energy consumption in offices and workplaces needs to be addressed on a large scale as lot of energy is consumed and wasted here. The use of excess energy contributes to the problems associated with dwindling fossil fuel reserves. Also, wasting energy reduces profitability. The government support programmes in some countries on energy efficiency and management as well as carbon management ... Read More »

Highlights 2011

The year 2011 witnessed political uncertainty, corruption, and lawlessness in Pakistan. Assassination of the Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer and world’s ‘most wanted’ man Osama bin Laden, the Memo scandal and abduction of Salmaan Taseer’s son were among the prominent incidents. The year 2011 witnessed political uncertainty, corruption, and lawlessness in Pakistan. Assassination of the Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer and world’s ... Read More »

My vision for Pakistan is to Make it Strong and a Responsible,

Peace Loving Country Determined to Live at Peace with Itself and with the Rest of the World Shamshad Ahmad, Pakistan’s former foreign secretary and veteran diplomat, is now a leading political analyst, who through his writings and lectures frequently expresses his views about the problems and challenges facing our country. In a recent interview with the Jahangirs World Times he ... Read More »

Rallies and Rise of Imran Khan

In Pakistan, some political thinkers have hoped the emergence of third political force. Undoubtedly, Imran Khan is that force. But it would be nave to think that the PTI would wipe out the main political parties. In the last week of October the country’s political scene remained highly vibrant with one party after the other announcing and holding rallies as ... Read More »

Karachi is Crying

To bring peace in Karachi is everybody’s wish, but nothing will be achieved without moving in the right direction. Karachi’s recent violence has exposed a weak and disorganized state of affairs in the city. Karachi being a commercial hub means a lot to Pakistan’s economy. Our national economy cannot remain unaffected if this largest city is not peaceful. Karachi is ... Read More »