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PM to inaugurate first unit of Haveli Bahadur Shah Power Plant today- The first unit has been made operational in a record period of 21 months

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will inaugurate first unit of Haveli Bahadur Shah Power Plant with a capacity of 760 megawatts in Jhang today. The project is a Combined Cycle Power Plant with a total production capacity of 1230 MW, fueled by Liquefied Natural Gas. The first unit has been made operational in a record period of 21 months.  World's most efficient and state of the art technology has been used in the project which guarantees efficiency of the plant at 62.44 percent on LNG. 

Analyst live on Phone: 

Sheikh Muhammad Akram: (MNA, PML-N)

Pakistan-Afghanistan- Tajikistan express their firm resolve to fight terrorism and extremism through strong interaction- The three countries called for constructive cooperation for regional sustainable development

Pakistan-Afghanistan- Tajikistan have expressed their firm resolve to fight terrorism and extremism through strong interaction. The resolve was expressed at a meeting of leaders of the three countries held in Pugus palace near Dushanbe in Tajikistan. Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, and Afghan President Muhammad Ashraf Ghani recognized the importance of strengthening trilateral as well as multilateral cooperation in fight against extremism, terrorism, drug trafficking and other organized crimes.

Analyst live on Phone:

Dr. Talat Wizarat: (Expert on World Affairs)

Terrorists are on run and their infrastructure has been dismantled- Haqqani Network operates from Afghanistan: Zakaria

Foreign Office has emphatically stated that there is no organized presence of any terror outfit including TTP, Jamaat-ul Ahrar, Daesh and Al-Qaeda on Pakistani land. This was stated by Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakariya at his weekly news briefing in Islamabad. He said the allegations about presence of Haqqani network in tribal areas are mere rhetoric. This is only aimed at putting the blame of its own failures on Pakistan.

Analyst live on Phone:

Dr. Rasheed Ahmad Khan: (Expert on World Affairs)

Host: Abid Abbasi

Co-Host: Rana Qaiser


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