Reply to: 5 things to boost South Asian regional trade to $100 billion in 5 years
Road,linking Chitral Pakistan with Badakshn Afghanistan will help trade and tourism
Reply to: Nepal: It’s time for the right policies in rural electrification programs
Ages back (in early 1990s), I have read a research paper on MHP which had an interesting finding: electricity from privately operated MHP used for commercial purpose (mills and hotels) while in the case NEA operated MHP, it is used for domestic lighting. Does this hold true even today?
Reply to: 4,100 Pakistanis share their aspirations — and ambitions — for their country
I am independent researcher and inventor from Pakistan, Worked on different project including water, environment, sewage treatment and others. My works has been recognized by international organizations. Does World Bank supports such innovative projects conducted by individuals? Or Do you provide any support?
Reply to: Imagine a South Asia without borders
Infrastructure is the biggest problem in these regions.it should improve.
Reply to: At 80, Thimmakka Has Planted More than 8,000 Saplings
Very nice. a good activity to improve the living environment. One of the biggest effects of urban greenery, is that it significantly improved people's living environment. With a population density of winter, along with emissions from factories, vehicles, ... the general state of the urban environment is not serious air pollution.
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