Tag: Pakistan

Jazz becomes “Pakistan Ka Tez Tareen aur Behtereen Data Network”

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Jazz, Pakistan’s number one digital company, has launched its new identity – ‘Pakistan Ka Tez Tareen aur Behtereen Data Network’ to pursue its promise of a digital Pakistan. Speaking on the occasion, Aamir Ibrahim, CEO – Jazz said, “14th August is not just a day of reverence to the Pakistani spirit, but a reminder of […]…Read More

Pakistan to consider energy efficiency schemes from Japan

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National Productivity Organization (NPO) and Ministry of Industries & Production are working together for productive & competitive Pakistan. NPO is also connected to Asian Productivity Organization (APO) a representative organization of around 20 countries committed to quality & productivity improvement in Tokyo, Japan. NPO in 2005 has launched Green Productivity campaign (Energy Efficiency) in association […]…Read More

Kamal Ahmed joins Telenor Pakistan as Chief Corporate Affairs Officer

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article image Telenor Pakistan has appointed Kamal Ahmed as its new Chief Corporate Affairs Officer effective 7th August 2017. Kamal has a vast experience in the field of ICT spanning over 27 years that transcend both international and domestic leadership assignments.  He has worked for several prominent organizations including Microsoft, Nortel, Sprint, PTCL, Ufone and UNDP among […]…Read More

Pakistan needs technology to upgrade its industries: Brazilian envoy

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The Pakistan-Brazil Business Council (PBBC) will be established soon to enhance bilateral trade between the two countries. It was said by Brazilian Ambassador Claudio Lins while addressing a meeting at the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) here on Monday. The envoy said that honorary consular of Brazil in Lahore Hassan Mansha, Umar Farooq […]…Read More

Pakistan in need of 170 million-acre feet of additional water

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PAKISTAN ON average by nature has capacity to store approximately 145 million-acre feet (MAF) of surface water annually. Pakistan is the only country in the world among Muslim countries sacred by vast, precious and treasures of nature. “Indus Water Basin” is the composition of the Indus river and its streams; Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, and Sutlej. […]…Read More

Govt’s plantation campaign across Pakistan against climate change

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Under the Green Pakistan Programme (GPP), provincial government increasing forest cover in Punjab to alleviate climate change and its impacts effectively. Capt. (Retd.) Jahanzaib Khan, Punjab Forest Wildlife and Fisheries Department Secretary said in a statement while talking to media. “During monsoon season, Punjab planned to plant 12 million plantlets in the province, ” he […]…Read More

Coal-fired power plants: growing source of mercury emission in Pakistan

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MERCURY IS attractively beautiful, but a toxic heavy metal that triggers brain damage; effects immune and reproductive system; exclusively harmful to developing fetuses; and cause heart problems. Less than one gram or 1/70th of one teaspoon of mercury deposited on a 25-acre lake can make the fish hazardous to eat. Sources of mercury are quite […]…Read More

Common Ectoparasites of the Camels in Pakistan and their Control

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article image Agriculture Department plays a vital role in the economy of Pakistan as the backbone. The share of Agriculture in the GDP of Pakistan is 11.6-14.6%. In total areas of Pakistan, livestock is 58.8%. In relation to previous years, the percentage and proportionality of livestock is found more this time, which is playing a chief role […]…Read More

Government to revive sick forestry sector of the Pakistan

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The government has approved Rs3.65 billion for the Prime Minister’s Green Pakistan Programme (GPP) that will be used for tree plantation in the provinces. The media spokesperson of the programme Mohammad Saleem said that almost 100 million trees will be planted across the country at the cost of Rs10 billion. This amount will further be […]…Read More