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Educational exchange programs between China and Pakistan

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Educational exchange programs between China and Pakistan have an essential role in consensual relations and the youth that have enrolled in programs will also contribute in China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), said You Yi, Cultural Counsellor of China in Pakistan. He expressed his views on ICT skill competition organized by Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Huawei. […]…Read More

CPEC ticket to worldwide supply chain

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CPEC ensures Pakistan’s ticket to the company said Prof Dr. Ahsan Iqbal, Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Reforms. He expressed his views on the inauguration ceremony first Pakistan-China Forum on Higher Education. Air University organized the event in collaboration with HEC (Higher Education Commission of Pakistan) and China Association of Higher Education. The one-day […]…Read More

Training on Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation organized by IUCN

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article image Karachi, April 20, 2016 IUCN Pakistan organized a two-day training workshop in collaboration with HEJ/ International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS) and National University of Science and Technology (NUST) on “Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation for Integrated Coastal Zone Management” from 24-25 May 2017 at University of Karachi. The participants were trained on […]…Read More

HEC shut down 31 PhD and 26 MPhil programmes last year

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article image HEC: The Higher Education Commission reviewed 293 PhD programmes and 57 MPhil programmes of 171 universities last year, of which 31 PhD and 26 MPhil programmes were shut down as they did not fulfil minimum quality standards, HEC officials told The News on Wednesday. Sharing the performance of the HEC in 2016, the officials said the commission had also received 198 plagiarism complaints since 2006, of which 160 cases were finalised; 90 complaints proved to be false, and 38 faculty members…Read More

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SWD, WWF release Indian pangolin into Kirthar National Park

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article image STAFF REPORT KHI: Sindh Wildlife Department (SWD) and WWF-Pakistan have jointly released Indian pangolin (Manis crassicaudata) into Khar Centre of Kirthar National Park, 45 kilometers off Karachi. The presence of the mammal identified as Indian pangolin was noticed near Islamia College in Jamshed Town, Karachi, this month. The mammal was later on handed it over to Karachi Zoo. The Sindh Wildlife Department being the sole custodian of wild animals in the province received it from the…Read More

Renewable energy sources for electricity generation

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article image THE TERM renewable is applied for that resource which is naturally occurring and renewed after a short period of time. Renewable energy resources are defined as the naturally occurring energy resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat etc. These resources are also called as clean or green energy because they do not pollute the environment. Conventional energy resources such as oil, coal, and natural gas are effective driver of economic progress but at the same…Read More

Present govt committed to tapping much of 2.9 million MW solar power in Pakistan, says Senator Mushahidullah Khan

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article image Press Release: Federal Minister for Climate Change, Senator Mushahidullah Khan, said that utilizing massive potential of renewable energy, particularly solar energy, can help tackle nerve-twisting energy crisis in Pakistan and the present PMLN-led government is committed to it. "Tackling energy crisis is top priority of the present government. For, it is vital for achieving economic growth, alleviating poverty, boosting agriculture and industrial output," Mushahidullah Khan…Read More

Stevia – as a natural sweetener & therapeutic agent

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article image Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni - a perennial semi-shrub plant species belonging to the genus Stevia, classified in Asteraceae family, has its origin from South America. The plant is well-known for its leaves to be rich in natural sweet compounds steviol glycosides, which are 300 times sweeter than table sugar. Thousand years ago, Paraguay natives and Brazilians extensively used the leaves of this small herbaceous plant to sweeten their bitter drinks, tea and medicines. Gurani Indians of South…Read More

Hubco may build 3600MW coal-based power plants

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The Hub Power Company (Hubco) may construct 3,600 MW coal-based power plants at Hub Balochistan in a bid to generate cost effective electricity. "We can construct 3,600 MW coal-based power plants at Hub and LNG-based plants should be set up in Punjab following dip in prices," said Khalid Mansoor, Chief Executive Officer, HUBCO, while talking to media. Pakistan spends around $15 billion per year on oil imports, one of the main reasons why Pakistan is…Read More