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China stands with Pak to overcome energy crisis: envoy

China stands with Pak to overcome energy crisis: envoy

PM Sharif hails project as a symbol of growing partnership between Islamabad, Beijing China will extend all-out cooperation to help Pakistan overcome the ongoing energy crisis, Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong said on

Railways on track?

Several steps are being taken to overcome present crisis-like situation being faced by Pakistan Railways,a source in Ministry of Railways told APP on Friday. The source said that Railway Administration’s strategy includes

Arsenal overcome Blackpool to keep up title challenge

LONDON – Arsenal got their challenge for the Premier League title back on track with a 3-1 win against Blackpool at Bloomfield Road on Sunday.
Arsene Wenger’s side closed within seven points of leaders Manchester United as first half goals from Abou Diaby and Emmanuel Eboue and a late strike from Robin van Persie clinched their first win in four league games.
The Gunners will still believe they can catch United as they have a game in hand on Sir Alex Ferguson’s side, which

Pakistan overcome crisis to show character

MOHALI – Shahid Afridi arrived for the World Cup with a “rag-tag bunch of players” and in the space of six short weeks turned them into a strong Pakistan outfit. India beat Pakistan in the semi-finals to dash their hopes of a second title but Afridi’s men can return home with their heads held high after putting on a great show in the sub-continent despite their tumultuous run-up to the showpiece event.
Unable to play international matches at home and tainted by a spot-fixing

No doubt Japan will overcome crisis: IAEA chief

VIENNA – Japan’s nuclear situation is still very serious but there is no doubt the country will “effectively overcome” the crisis, the head of the UN atomic agency said on Monday.
Yukiya Amano, addressing an emergency meeting of the Vienna-based agency’s 35-nation governing board, said he was starting to see some positive developments regarding the stricken nuclear power plant, 240 km north of Tokyo. “The crisis has still not been resolved and the situation at the Fukushima

Pakistan have to overcome a mental block

EXPERT COMMENT – The mental games have already started as 14 teams head into the 10th World Cup. Players and teams are talking themselves up as though they have a realistic chance of winning. Positive thoughts are the right attitude to have, but reality will prevail in the end.
The team that wins the World Cup needs its senior players to perform with a couple of players having an exceptional tournament. Pakistan have a lot more to prove. They have just won the recent series in

Rs 1.25b project to overcome traffic chaos

FAISALABAD – The city government, as a part of its plan to expand roads, has approved a landmark project to relieve the massive traffic jams at Abdullahpur Chowk and the surrounding areas. The project includes construction of three underpasses beneath Tariqa bad overhead bridge leading to Chak Jhumra Road at a cost of Rs 1.25 billion which will be completed in eight months.
The underpasses project is a part of the continued campaign by the city government under DCO Nasim Sadiq to

‘Economic crisis can be overcome by making more electricity’

LAHORE – The present economic crisis in the country could be overcome by enhancing power supplies, increasing tax collection, improving governance, reducing internal and external debts and constructing the Kalabagh Dam through mutual consensus, participants of a discussion on the country’s economic crisis at the Aiwan-e-Iqbal said on Tuesday. Pakistan Today Editor Arif Nizami, former finance ministers Dr Salman Shah and Sartaj Aziz, former industries minister Jahangir Tareen, former

PCSIR working to overcome energy crisis: chairman

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (PCSIR) is working at the Thar Coal project in order to overcome the energy crises in the country.
Chairman PCSIR Dr Shaukat Pervez stated that PCSIR is also planning to produce gas from coal on a larger scale and work on this project will commence within two weeks. Furthermore, he mentioned that the Institute of Fuel Technology of PCSIR is already producing gas from coal on a small scale.
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