Elections 2013
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Food Security
Guest: Nasar Hayat Assistant FAO Representative Anchor: Tahir Dhindsa
Peace and Conflict
The debate on the future of Afghanistan at the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad concludes, “The only way to bring about stable peace in Afghanistan is a regional agreement guaranteeing its neutrality.”
SD Conference
Despite being an agricultural country Pakistan is still essentially dependant on subsistence agricultural goods. 21% of GDP comes from agriculture and it contributes 44% of labor force. Area under crop is decreasing gradually, 1.29% has decreased in last five years. From 2000-08 agricultural growth has slow down. Our correspondent Kashmala Chaudhry has more to tell...
As climate change has acquired centre stage in the international community, a social tool to retain and improve forest devastation Reducing Emission from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, REDD, is a unique initiative that has been taken. Our correspondent Kashmala Chaudhry has the story about this new way of carbon trading...
His Excellency Jean-Francois Cautain, EU Ambassador to Pakistan shares that EU and Pakistan is going to sign strategic engagement plan.
Social Sector Development
Dr. Mahmood A. Khwaja, Senior Advisor Chemicals & Sustainable Industrial Development discussed about health hazards of Mercury (A toxic chemical substance) and its usage in different consumer products. 
Prof Dr. Adil Najam, Dean of the Pardee School of Global Affairs at Boston University Prof Dr. Adil Najam delivered a special lecture on New World (Dis) Order with 7 key terms i.e. protest, ultra-nationalism, truth, change, strongmen, governance and anger.
Economic Development
Self-employment by using entrepreneurial skills is the solution to the rising unemployment in the job market, which has a few jobs for the new arrivals. The “Annual Entrepreneurship Conference” organized by the Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) and FAST National University, in Islamabad concluded with the note that matchmaking between the market opportunities and the individuals having required skills can play important part in absorbing 54,000 new graduates, who enter the job market every year. Our Correspondent Raja Taimur Hassan has the story…