Top Stories



Faisalabad District government failed in providing sustainable technical skill facilities
Dist government totally failed in providing a sustainable technical skill providing policy shift for the alleviation of poverty in the city by expanding technical skill facilities said Hajee Zaheer Uddin past President Rotary Club. In a press statement issued today, he claimed that all the development works are for infra structure of the city not for enhancing the social asset.

He said city government should come up with a reformed approach, involve private sector and promote the culture of technical education as there is no choice but to ensure all this if we want to put ourselves on road to sustainable progress. He claimed building roads and beautifying parks are good for environmental approach but a country which is suffering with the pains of terrorism needs to build a society to address the constraints of non privileged masses for the financial empowerment to earn their bread.
read more

A profit-booking spree in Sui Southern Gas Company and Sui Northern Pipelines Limited halted bullish run at Pakistan’s Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) on
read more
UBL Funds bags the prestigious Lipper Award for Al-Ameen Islamic Retirement Savings Fund UBL Fund Managers, as one of Pakistans leading asset
read more
The State Bank of Pakistan released its Third Quarterly Report for FY14 on the State of Economy on Thursday. According to the report, Pakistan’s economy
read more
Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA) and a Chinese construction company agreed to gear-up the work to complete 205 city
read more
Owners of printing presses needs to work under promulgated rules
Hamid Sultan Dawoodi expressed deep condolences on the sad demise of Dr. Mujeed Nizami
Politicians Unity is required for national sovereignty
Saudi Arabia recruits Indian maids to ease labour shortage
HEC mobilizes universities to help IDPs
The human population of the country is increasing and so are the living standards.
Faisal Qureshi: 1st Pakistani Celeb to Launch Own Phone App
Senior banker Faiq Sadiq joins Youth Impact as Chairman Board of Advisors
Business Media changing towards “Newsonomics”

Political Economy

Problems of income disparities in Pakistan (1)
Persistent of inflation a societal disaster
Corruption the root cause of declined economic development

Agricultural Economy

Increasing importance of agricultural economy
The economy of agriculture in Pakistan
Need of information technology for agricultural growth in Pakistan



Featured News

Around 77 per cent of smartphone users in Pakistan are 21 to 30 years-old
Around 77 per cent of smartphone users in Pakistan are 21 to 30 years-old who are connected with world through Internet and enjoying the latest applications on their modern handsets. The two third or 68 percent of these users are on Android while remaining 24 per cent are iOS users while Windows Phone OS hold 8 per cent market-share in the country. Grappetite, a mobile app development firm headquartered in Netherlands while having its production office in Karachi on Friday released a new infographics that details the usage patterns of smartphones in Pakistan. Based on its in-house research, the infographic reveals that majority of smartphone users (62.5 percent) connect with internet over WiFi only, with only 25 percent using the mobile internet while on the go. Some 12 percent smartphone users live without internet. Interestingly, according to Grappetite, majority of smartphone users or 41pc of users consume more than
read more



THE ECONOMIST PAKISTAN - For economic researchers, business, industrial decision makers, and opinion leaders who need a wide range of information and views on Pakistan as well as global economy. It explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business and finance, current affairs, science and technology, international business finance, arts, culture and socio economic issues.