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Pakistan’s capacity for solar generated electricity or solar-based energy than India

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Pakistan holds the annual capacity to generate 2.324 million megawatts (MW) of through solar energy and Photovoltaic (PV) system. Pakistan id ideal because of geographic location to produce solar-based energy than Germany, Spain, and China including India. Pakistan has a capacity to generate 1,920 kilowatts per meter squared per hour (kWh/m2) electricity from sunlight. Pakistan […]…Read More

LUMS arranges Pak-India trade normalisation moot

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The Department of Economics Lahore University of Management Science (LUMS) has recently held a two-day International Conference on Pakistan-India Trade Normalization Issues for the purpose of disseminating the findings of policy papers researched at LUMS over a period of two years. The event explored various aspects of Pakistan-India trade relations and examined ways to realize the trade potential between the two countries. At the conference, in addition to LUMS,…Read More

Pakistan, India behind creating marine organism

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article image MONITORING REPORT ISB: Urban wastes dumped into the sea by India and Pakistan may be driving massive blooms of tiny marine organisms called phytoplankton in the northern Arabian Sea that could threaten catch from one of India’s major fisheries zones. A team of scientists from the National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Goa, have warned that these organisms have an extraordinary ability to thrive in oxygen-deficient seawater and may pose a threat to fisheries in the region. The…Read More

Pakistan, India need to join h and s on climate change

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STAFF REPORT IBD: Since Pakistan and India common issues like climate change and food reserves, which may increase next year, they need to develop research agenda and adapt a unique approach of national disaster management. They work out a financing capacity that can deliver rapid humanitarian responses to vulnerable populations threatened by climate change. Speakers expressed these views at a seminar titled "India-Pakistan Dialogue on Climate Change and Energy", organised by…Read More

Pak math wizard gets bronze medal from India

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STAFF REPORT KHI: After grappling with numbers and puzzles in an hour-long international competition, a Pakistani student has emerged victorious and bagged a bronze medal for his performance.Muzammil Rasheed, an A’ levels student at the OASYS School in Clifton, participated in the fifth International Young Mathematicians’ Convention recently held in Lucknow, India, and secured the prize. "Had there been other Pakistani schools participating, the country would have won a sizeable haul of…Read More

MFN status to India to stir competition regime

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article image STAFF REPORT IBD: Competition will raise in the region with the implementation of Most Favourite Nation (MFN) status to India from January 1, 2013,and need is to establish an effective an efficient quality infrastructure in all sectors, to compete well."The government has outlined a comprehensive strategy with an aim to develop a fast-growing, internationally competitive, and export-driven industrial sector. We have to focus on quality not only in our trade goods and industry but also in…Read More

Pakistan proposes India for video-link science lectures

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STAFF REPORT IBD: The Pakistan Academy of Sciences (PAS) has recently proposed to the Indian National Science Academy (INSA) to collaborate in sharing the advanced knowledge and expertise of Indian scientists and their science lectures delivered at various institutions across India through video-link. The vice versa has also been propounded from the Pakistani scientific and academic institutions."The students will be given credit for attending these video-link lectures, as happens in the…Read More

Wullar Barrage to figure in Pak-India talks

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article image STAFF REPORT IBD: India is trying to navigate its way out of a debate with Pakistan over the construction of Wullar Barrage, also known as the Tulbul Project, while Pakistan wants to take the issue up when foreign ministers of both nations meet in Islamabad next month sources said."India is trying to evade the topic of Wullar Barrage which would divert water from River Jhelum so that its construction can begin without intensive deliberations with Pakistan." a source close to the Pak-…Read More