Day: December 18, 2017

Telenor to shift 80% of its network to 4G by 2018: Irfan Wahab

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article image Telenor Pakistan’s new campus 345, which had been built with $80 million investment, said CEO Irfan Wahab while briefing the media at Telenor’s new campus 345. “For us, innovation goes beyond sophisticated equipment and high-tech settings, though we have the best of both here at our new campus; the innovative and collaborative working environment we have […]…Read More

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PTCL arranges Sports Gala 2017

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article image PR: PTCL, being a caring employer, arranged Sports Gala 2017 at F-9 Park, Islamabad, in which employees and their families participated with immense enthusiasm. Syed Mazhar Hussain, Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO), PTCL, along with other senior executives, staff members and their families participated in the event, which marked the culminating stage of preliminary rounds of […]…Read More

Nordic Region is rising IT market for Pakistan: Nordic Pakistan IT Summit

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article image PAKISTAN HOSTED its first Nordic IT Summit in Stockholm, organized by Pakistan Sweden Business Council along with Embassy of Pakistan at Stockholm, Sweden. Various companies of Pakistan and IT organizations from Nordic Region participated in the Summit to increase and accelerate bilateral IT trade. Nordic Pakistan IT Summit is an integrated opportunity for IT communities […]…Read More

Skilled labor is essential to ripe the benefits of CPEC

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The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has of high value for both countries Pakistan and China. It is just not beneficial for these two countries but will also benefit the surrounding region. CPEC intend to plan as corridor for peace, prosperity and development. The CPEC is holding a transformational power to impact on the state and […]…Read More

Effects of contaminated water on health and environment

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Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies (e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans, aquifers and groundwater). This form of environmental degradation occurs when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds. Water pollution affects the entire biosphere plants and organisms living in these bodies of water. In almost […]…Read More

Pakistani student earn bronze medal at International Junior Science Olympiad

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article image Every year, IJSO is organized having the maximum participation of 300 students from 15 different countries represent their respective fields of biology, chemistry, and physics. Olympiad aims to introduce the students at a youthful age that is under 16 to an international network of science enthusiasts and intensify their interest in natural sciences. Pakistan Science […]…Read More

Maillard reaction a source of potentially carcinogen acrylamide compound in thermally processed foods

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Maillard reaction is non- enzymatic browning between carbonyl group of carbohydrates and amine group of proteins in heated or processed food products under high temperature. Acrylamide first declared to be a food-borne carcinogen by Swedish National Food Administration in 2002 as it reported in many carbohydrates- based food products like potato chips, bread, coffee beans. […]…Read More