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Pet’s vaccination inevitable for both pet’s and owner’s health

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Vaccinations have become commonplace for dogs today, as they can effectively prevent potentially serious canine diseases like distemper, rabies, and hepatitis. Not only can regular vaccinations protect your pet’s health, they can also keep the human members of your family healthy as well — some canine illnesses can be transferred to humans. While annual vaccinations have been the general […]…Read More

Cyber Crime Law inevitable for digital economy: ICT experts

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: A two-day conference with the theme "Towards Digital Economy in Pakistan - Building ICT Agenda for Sustainable Development" was sorted out by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) with the aim to sensitize government to finalize cyber-crime law without further delay so to ensure cyber security for the sustainable development of the ICT and Telecommunication sector. The experts from ICT sector during the event conveyed utmost concern over the delay on…Read More

Modern technologies inevitable for fish production

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: A one-day workshop on Fish Culture Techniques’ was held to mark the World Fisheries Day. The emphasize on fish culture and modern techniques was made to boost the fish production and make it a viable and profitable commodity. The speakers apprised the participants that as many as 158 million tons of fish are produced by natural processes and fish farming with more than 50 million people associated with fish industry. Director General, Punjab Fisheries…Read More

Modern technologies inevitable for fish production

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: A one-day workshop on Fish Culture Techniques’ was held to mark the World Fisheries Day. The emphasize on fish culture and modern techniques was made to boost the fish production and make it a viable and profitable commodity. The speakers apprised the participants that as many as 158 million tons of fish are produced by natural processes and fish farming with more than 50 million people associated with fish industry. Director General, Punjab Fisheries Department,…Read More

Cyber Crime Law inevitable for Digital Economy: ICT experts

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: A two-day conference with the theme "Towards Digital Economy in Pakistan - Building ICT Agenda for Sustainable Development" was sorted out by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) with the aim to sensitize government to finalize cyber-crime law without further delay so to ensure cyber security for the sustainable development of the Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Telecommunication sector. The experts from ICT sector during the event conveyed…Read More

Targeted research inevitable for the overhaul of agri-sector: Experts

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: A seminar with the theme Fiscal Space for Investment in Agriculture - A review of Taxes and Subsidies in Agriculture in Pakistan’ was recently held by Ministry of National Food Security and Research (MNFSandR). The objective of the seminar was to have an insight on the research findings on net fiscal position in agriculture sector. The researchers, experts from MNFSandR and PARC were present on the occasion. The in-camera session entailed several view points from…Read More

Targeted research inevitable for the overhaul of agri-sector: Experts

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: A seminar with the theme Fiscal Space for Investment in Agriculture - A review of Taxes and Subsidies in Agriculture in Pakistan’ was recently held by Ministry of National Food Security and Research (MNFSandR). The objective of the seminar was to have an insight on the research findings on net fiscal position in agriculture sector. The researchers, experts from MNFSandR and PARC were present on the occasion. The in-camera session entailed several view points from the…Read More

Policy and planning inevitable for S&T development

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article image SINCE THE United Nations Conference on "Application of Science and Technology (SandT) for the Benefit of Under developed Countries" in 1963, a conviction has grown that SandT are catalysts for development and propellants for progress, reducing the widening gap between the advanced and developing countries thus called for the building up of indigenous SandT capacity in developing countries. It was further suggested that the judicious introduction of "new technologies,&…Read More

Technology adoption: Smarter phones to become inevitable

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article image The rollout of 3G technology, Hussain says, will provide a strong boost to Pakistan’s smartphone market. Since the market largely remains untapped, he says every single player will benefit from this technology. The country’s smartphone market is only 15 per cent of the mobile industry but it is growing rapidly. With a couple of operators ready to launch the service shortly after the auction of the 3G spectrum due in April this year - the demand for smartphones is likely to shoot…Read More