India fell far behind Pakistan in new hydropower installed capacity with only 535 megawatt (MW) addition in 2018, as compared to Pakistan’s 2,487 MW, according to a recent report. Out of the top 20 countries
IORA’s Doors Still Shut For Pakistan: Despite Repeated Requests, Islamic Nation Unlikely To Get Membership
Despite repeatedly striving to become a member of the influential Indian-Ocean Rim Association (IORA), it seems highly unlikely that Pakistan is going to be offered a membership any time in the near future, reports WION.
Passengers Stranded in Lahore as Pakistan Suspends Samjhauta Express; Train from India Reaches Attari
Passengers travelling to Attari are stranded at the Lahore railway station after Pakistani authorities suspended the Samjhauta Express train service between Pakistan and India on Thursday.
The Indian Air Force strikes against terror launch pads in Pakistan have had no bearing on the global oil market, with experts of the opinion that any impact is unlikely.
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A three-member delegation, headed by Pakistan’s Commissioner for Indus Waters Syed Mehr Ali Shah, will be visiting India on Sunday to inspect the Pakal Dul dam and Lower Kalnai hydel power projects in Jammu and Kashmir, a media report said.
The Centre on Thursday approved implementation of the Shahpurkandi Dam project + on the Ravi in Punjab. The move will allow India to use the water which at present goes “waste” flowing through the Madhopur Headworks downstream to Pakistan.
The Pakistan government would provide land for a railway station in Kartarpur and the construction of lodging and boarding facilities near all Sikh pilgrimage sites in the country, a media report said on Thursday.
India has postponed the scheduled inspection of its two hydropower projects on the Chenab river by Pakistani experts following the fresh tension in bilateral ties and cancellation of foreign ministers’ meeting in New York, according to a media report here Wednesday.
The International Crisis Group has reported widespread discontent with the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) among the local people over issues like inadequate employment and the overbearing presence of the military in civilian life along the 2,700km corridor.