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2-day workshop on climate change and water system

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‘Climate Change Projections and Impact on Water System Performance’, a 2-day workshop has concluded at the US Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water (USPCAS-W) at the Mehran University of Engineering & Technology (MUET) Jamshoro. Project Director of USPCAS-W Prof Dr. Bakhshal Khan Lashari said at the ceremony of certificate distribution that the workshop was […]…Read More

Research Supervisory: Frail system of HEC?

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PRIOR TO this month, as per an article written by Professor Pervez Hoodbhoy on ‘Professor Mafia’ crafted a never-ending debate and after that there is solution to overcome Pakistan’s Professor Mafia and highlights the de functionalities of Pakistani Universities. It seems good when you came to know that the people are coming on frontline to […]…Read More

Online College Admissions System (OCAS) launched – PITB

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Online College Admissions System (OCAS) has been launched by Higher Education Department (HED) of Punjab in collaboration with Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) in order to process applications for FA, FSC, ICS programs. Since the launch of admission cycle 2017 on July 27 across Punjab 63,139 applications received in 323 colleges out of 716 public […]…Read More

HEC’s online attestation system frustrating students

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Higher Education Commission’s Degree Attestation System was designed for applicants’ facilitation but it would rather have turned a source of pain for them due to the frustrating procedure it has. The procedure for online verification of degree seems very simple but in reality, it’s totally a different game Students have expressed their anger while saying […]…Read More

Tick-host Interaction with Specific Reference to Host Immune System

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In case of livestock enterprises, 80% of the world cattle population is affected by the ticks and tick-borne diseases. Direct effects of ticks on animals include skin damage by opening of wounds that ultimately lead to secondary bacterial infections and paralysis, additionally causing toxicosis in some cases. Indirect losses of ticks are even more dangerous […]…Read More

PTCL commissions Pakistan operations of AAE-1 submarine cable system.

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Islamabad:  PTCL today announced the commissioning of Asia-Africa-Europe 1 (AAE-1) cable system that connects South East Asia to Europe via Egypt. Spanning over 25,000 kms, it is the largest submarine cable to be constructed in almost 15 years. With a capacity of at least 40 Terabits per second across 5 fiber pairs, AAE-1 is designed […]…Read More

PTCL commissions Pakistan operations of AAE-1 submarine cable system

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Islamabad, July 07, 2017:  PTCL today announced the commissioning of Asia-Africa-Europe 1 (AAE-1) cable system that connects South East Asia to Europe via Egypt. Spanning over 25,000 kms, it is the largest submarine cable to be constructed in almost 15 years. With a capacity of at least 40 Terabits per second across 5 fiber pairs, AAE-1 is […]…Read More

PTCL joins world’s largest AAE-1 submarine cable system that offers 40 Tbps capacity

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Islamabad, July 05, 2017:  PTCL is pleased to announce the commissioning of World’s largest submarine cable system Asia-Africa-Europe 1 (AAE-1) which is a 25,000 km consortium cable system connecting South East Asia to Europe via Egypt, the largest submarine cable to be constructed in almost 15 years. AAE -1 will be the first high capacity cable […]…Read More

SEA-ME-WE 5 Consortium Completes Matchless Subsea Cable System

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article image The SEA-ME-WE 5 Consortium announced today the completion of the 20,000- kilometre subsea cable infrastructure developed by a 16-nation consortium. This submarine cable system won the Project of the Year - Subsea award at the Global Carrier Awards in Paris in November 2016 for its technological and managerial excellence. The SEA-ME-WE 5 subsea cable system, spanning over 16 countries from Southeast Asia to Western Europe, is a technological breakthrough which marks a global communications…Read More

FAMACHA System as a tool of targeted selective treatment

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article image Dairy sheep and goats play an important role in building economy and providing livelihood in many parts of the world but at the same time they are affected by many diseases particularly parasitic problem. Among parasitic diseases, Haemonchus, Oesophagostomum, Trichostrongylus and Telodorsagia are the main genera of gastrointestinal nematodes that are important for small ruminants andHaemonchus (H.) contortus is the most dangerous because of its economic significance. Usually the infection…Read More