Tag: crises

Sugar Mill Recovery; a Challenge of Sugar Crises in the Country

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article image Sugarcane has the largest industrial base after cotton in agricultural sector of Pakistan. For the last 2-3 seasons there has been unrest in growers’ community and the sugar industry. Growers claim an enhanced rate of cane and timely payment to growers; while the Pakistan sugar industry claims that their economic viability is at stake due […]…Read More

Water Crises in Pakistan highlighted

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C2 NUML: Speakers at a seminar to educate the audience about the possible shortage of water in a future and highlighted its importance for preservation. Seminar “Water Crises in Pakistan” was arranged by the Office of Research, Innovation, and Commercialization (ORIC) of National University of Modern Languages (NUML). The speakers including Naseer Memon from Strengthening […]…Read More

Alternative energy can help Pakistans energy crises

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article image Staff Report ISD: To highlight the importance of alternative energy the Former Minister for Environment said that the use of alternative energy is compulsory to overcome the serious crisis of energy. He expressed his views while speaking as chief guest of the inauguration ceremony of the exhibition and fourth International Exhibition and Conference on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Pakistan (REAP) started at Pak China Friendship Centre. Hameed Ullah Jan praised the private sector…Read More

China Helping Pakistan Overcome Energy Crises

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article image Staff Report ISD: Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) inaugurated a seminar on "21st Century Maritime Silk Road and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)." In the seminar Sun Weidong,Chinese Ambassador to Pakisatn briefed about ongoing power projects set up by China in Pakistan and said that the country was ready to support its neighbor overcome the energy crisis and they would add 10,000MW electricity in Pakistan’s power sector after the energy projects…Read More

Targeted research panacea to multiple crises

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DECADES BACK, the modern world had set itself on the track to progress, now it is the government of Pakistan which has started realizing the gravity of the situation or backwardness or increasing dependence on others for almost all needs. The government is regularly making commitments for giving priority to initiating need-based research activities in order to put the country on the path to progress on a sustainable way. To prove these pledges, it is also arranging seminars, workshops,…Read More