Hagler Bailly, a global management consulting firm with an office in Islamabad, warned in a 2006 study that Pakistan is going to witness gas shortage starting in 2007, and the imbalance will grow every year to cripple the economy by 2025, when shortage will be 11,092 MMCFD (Million standard cubic feet per day) against total 13,259 MMCFD production. The Hagler Bailly report added that Pakistan’s gas shortage would get much worse in the next two decades if it did not manage any alternative sources. It appears that we are seeing the beginning of the crisis that HB predicted back in 2006.
Ziarat is the capital of Ziarat District. It is located at 30°22’47N 67°43’38E with an altitude of 2543 metres (8346 feet) and is a famous holiday resort of Balochistan and nearly every trip from Karachi to Quetta stops at Ziarat. Ziarat (literally ziarat is an Islamic shrine) was the summer residence of the chief commissioner of Baluchistan, and sanatorium for the European troops at Quetta: 8850 ft. above the sea and 33 m. by cart-road from the railway. There is a good water supply, and the hills around are well-wooded and picturesque.The local dish of Ziarat is saji. More tourists [...]
Quetta is the largest city and the provincial of the Balochistan of Pakistan. It is an important marketing and communications centre for Pakistan with neighboring Iran and Afghanistan. The environment of Quetta is very pleasant as compare to other parts of the country. People all over the Pakistan go to Quetta in winter for visiting it’s natural places. Quetta is the capital of Baluchistan, which is the largest province in Pakistan. Most of it is desert, and the Baluchi’s look like true desert-dwellers: they have baggy trousers, big moustaches and they love their freedom.
Quetta lies 1692 [...]