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8-foot-long stegodon tusk found in Pakistan

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article image MONITORING REPORT ISB: An ancient tusk was found by scientists in Pakistan, offering clues to the history of the stegodon, an elephant-like animal that roamed over 1 million years ago. An ancient tusk unearthed in Pakistan could hold clues to the evolution of the modern elephant. The intact tusks are rare, and this specimen should contribute to the understanding of the stegodon, a distant cousin to the modern elephant thought to have roamed the earth around 1.1 million years ago…Read More

Summer freshness and winter flavors are here to last all year long

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article image Press Release: Fruity popsicles, pints of home-made tart, lemony beverages, foodie gatherings and slacking back on day by day assignments comes following alongside hot summers. Add stormy showers to this mid-year fun and you have fiery Pakoras and khattichutnito harp on to. In any case, who will promise that amusing to keep going long? While winters might never substitute for the essence of summer, it has its own flavors and hues to live with foodpanda, your most loved web requesting…Read More

Pakistans IT sector in for a long haul

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article image THE WORLD Economic Forum has placed Pakistan 97th in a list of 143 countries it evaluated for business and innovation environment in its Global Information Technology report 2015. Being second in a series of a 10-pillar performance monitoring report, the business and innovation environment pillar evaluated the performance of gateways to entrepreneurship in Pakistan, as well as the structure of systems that boost business in the Information Technology (IT) sector. This evaluation…Read More

Pakistans IT sector in for a long haul

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article image THE WORLD Economic Forum has placed Pakistan 97th in a list of 143 countries it evaluated for business and innovation environment in its Global Information Technology report 2015. Being second in a series of a 10-pillar performance monitoring report, the business and innovation environment pillar evaluated the performance of gateways to entrepreneurship in Pakistan, as well as the structure of systems that boost business in the Information Technology (IT) sector. This evaluation…Read More

Pakistans IT sector in for a long haul

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article image THE WORLD Economic Forum has placed Pakistan 97th in a list of 143 countries it evaluated for business and innovation environment in its Global Information Technology Report 2015. Being second in a series of a 10-pillar performance monitoring report; the business and innovation environment pillar evaluated the performance of gateways to entrepreneurship in Pakistan, as well as the structure of systems that boost business in the Information Technology (IT) sector. This evaluation…Read More

Run of the river projects – long way to go

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article image PART-1 Pakistan is a water rich country but, unfortunately, its energy market investment in hydel power generation has been caught up in confusion and paradoxes for more than a decade, and no significant progress has been achieved so far. On the other hand, the Government is trying to facilitate private investors to promote hydel power generation in the country. Hydropower is a primary domestic source of energy. Pakistan is endowed with a hydel potential of approximately 41722 MW, most…Read More

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PAEC designs long-term storage facilities for spent fuel

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article image STAFF REPORT IBD: Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) has completed lot of work on designing long-term storage facilities for the spent fuel from KANUPP and Chashma Nuclear power plants and actual implementation will begin soon after the completion of these facilities. "For dealing with the spent fuel from nuclear power plants, several satisfactory options are available," official sources told this scribe adding very small volume of the spent fuel involved, makes it…Read More

Long-term training on animals health stressed

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr Talat Naseer Pasha, has said that the short-term private sector insemination training workshops are playing havoc with the livestock as well as small farmers."The private sector’s one-month training workshops are insufficient to impart quality practical training, thus leading to complication for animals. Indirectly, the small farmers are also facing the brunt of complication to animal health," Dr…Read More