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Cyber entrepreneurship has changed the dynamics of procurers in Pakistan: Basharat Ali

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article image Basharat Ali is a Sialkot based ardent tech lover, and an established cyber entrepreneur. He has completed Masters in Information Technology from Virtual University. He is the creator of sialkotshop.com, an online cricket accessories sale point which gained immense popularity particularly in cricket WC 2015 days due to official sports Tee in the product line. Basharat entails rich experience of retailing as he was influenced by CA Sports during his early career job. He is a tech savvy…Read More

How social media has changed us

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article image At the same time their analysis must lead to constructive recommendations for policy makers to safeguard the national interests; and of course national interests of different countries are at odds. Today, social media seems to be taking over print and electronic media, as the latter have commercial interest and is governed by rules and guided by some ethical norms. With the advent of 21st century, the focus has been placed on social media, which means online platform for interactive…Read More

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A plant that changed the world

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article image Wheat, the backbone of life as well as Pakistan, is an important member of the grass family which provides more nutrition for more people of the world than any other food. It is a most important grain and staple food for more than one thirds of the world population. It is grown both in arid and semi-arid regions of the world. Pakistan is one of the countries from all over the world which use wheat as their major staple food. Pakistan’s economy continued to face challenges like…Read More

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Changed rain patterns affecting birds breeding cycle

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article image STAFF REPORT KHI: The changing rain pattern is having disastrous effects on numerous species of indigenous birds, with many of them being unable to breed due to this year’s delayed monsoon rains."The global warming, altering temperatures and changes in climate have resulted in delayed monsoons rains, which have led to a number of species - including birds, mammals, reptiles and insects - missing their breeding season," said Hussain Bakhsh Bhagat, Project Director at the Sindh…Read More