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Experts warn of bleak future if federation, provinces fail to resolve post-18th amendment impasse

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PR: Energy experts and policy analysts at a roundtable organized at Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) have warned that if immediate measures are not taken by the federation and the provinces to sort out their policy differences on the interpretation and application of the 18th constitutional amendment vis-à-vis oil and gas exploration, the consequences could be disastrous. […]…Read More

Global warming serious future threat

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Global warming is a sign of threat for the earth and its inhabitants. Concern about global warming has increased and many believe that the phenomenon will eventually pose a serious threat to people and their way of life. A gradual increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere and its oceans is known as […]…Read More

Poor Quality of Drinking water, an alarming threat: Present Challenges and Future Perspectives

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Water, water, water, this is the most horrible cry of the present era. Day by day increase in environmental temperature has rung the ever day increasing demand for drinking water. However, our so called modernization such as urbanization, sky touching industries and the most important, rapid population growth has consigned gigantic stress on fresh water […]…Read More

Conductive Inks: The Future of Electronics

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article image Conductive ink is an advanced ink which is used to draw or print circuits on various substrates that can conduct electricity and are used in printed electronics. Conductive ink printing usually uses common printing equipment i.e. a printer suitable for defining patterns on material, e.g. flexography, screen printing, gravure, offset lithography, and inkjet. They are […]…Read More

Use every drop of available water as far as possible-History and Future of Indus Basin: Speakers

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C2 LUMS: "Pakistan and India to protect the water, a lifeline to culture, economy, and technology of both the countries", expressed by the speakers of a symposium on history and future of Indus Basin. The symposium was organised by Center for Water Informatics and Technology (WIT) operated from Syed Baber Ali School of Science and Engineering, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in collaboration with Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS). Speakers said: "Historically…Read More

Rice-Fish Culture: Way forward to Sustainable Future

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article image Combined cultivation of rice and fish is recognized as paddy-cum- fish culture or rizipisci-culture. This method is as old as rice cultivation itself. However, most people of developing countries are not well aware on this culture. History It is said that fish culture in rice fields was launch into South-East Asia from India about 1500 years ago, where presently it is the best developed, around 1900 this type of fish culture was begun in Madagascar…Read More

Fungi a future bio-fertilizer

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article image Fungi singular fungus, a group of eukaryotic, non-phototrophic organism with rigid cell wall, that includes mushrooms, molds and yeasts. Fungi absorb nutrients from dead or living organic matter, have cell walls made up of chitin, and store surplus energy as a glycogen. The kingdom fungi contains four phyla: Chytridiomycota, Zygomycota, Ascomycota, and Basidiomycota. A filamentous thallus is a vegetative mycelium that is produced by fungi…Read More