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NIC Karachi to spark technology innovation and solve tomorrow’s problems today

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article image PR:  LMKT, an award-winning full-service technology company based out of Islamabad, along with its partners is pleased to announce that National Incubation Center Karachi is ready to start its operations in May. LMKT is setting up the NIC Karachi in partnership with the NED University, HBL, PTCL, PPAF, Founder Institute and i2i, with funding from Ignite […]…Read More

Waste water management: interrelated issues with problems and solutions

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article image The Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources says the country, once having surplus water, now has a water deficit. The water availability has decline from 1,299 m³ per capita in 1996-97 to 1,100 m³ per capita in 2006 and it is projected to less than 700 m³ per capita by 2025. The main reason […]…Read More

Tackling Pakistan’s Environmental Problems technologically

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How significantly technology in today’s modern era, contributing its service for the betterment of mankind is said to be one of the significant factors of human prosperity and development around the globe. Sadly, the footprints of latest technological adoptions in Pakistan are still not bright as compare to the rest of the world. Shall we […]…Read More

Tackling Pakistan’s Environmental Problems technologically

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article image How significantly technology in today’s modern era, contributing its service for the betterment of mankind is said to be one of the significant factors of human prosperity and development around the globe. Sadly, the footprints of latest technological adoptions in Pakistan are still not bright as compare to the rest of the world. Shall we […]…Read More

Winter related fodder shortage problems in small animal holders

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A common question from small livestock farmers at my village is about management of fodder. Especially In winter season they have shortage of fodder and lack proper substitute to fulfil the deficiency of fodder. They have not enough resources to buy modern resources. It is a fact that Pakistan is an agriculture based country where […]…Read More

Researchers to solve problems of developing world

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International researchers should come forward to find solutions to problems being faced by the developing world said Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) Chairman and Information Technology University (ITU) Vice Chancellor Dr. Umar Saif while addressing the 9th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICTD) 2017. Dr. Umar said that Pakistan had turned […]…Read More

Phosphorus Deficiency Problems in Dairy Animals and Their Management

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article image Livestock is the major contributor to Gross domestic Product (GDP) of Pakistan. This sector contributes 58.55% value addition in agriculture and 11.9% to national GDP according to national economic Survey of Pakistan. In Pakistan livestock sector majorly depends on economy from the dairy sector. Most livestock of Pakistan is reared by small dairy producers and […]…Read More

Problems Behind Soybean Cultivation in Pakistan

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article image Soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) is an important legume harvest. The universal growing (prenominal), incremental end of soya bean is due to its unique maker, valuable nutritional importance, heal avail and suitableness to the dissimilar emblem of sully and climates and changeable consequence uses. It is multidimensional in its uses but far mature for its […]…Read More

100 Robots to handle the everyday life problems

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Punjab Information Technology University (ITU) students have developed 100 Robots to handle the everyday life problems of the people by ICT solutions. Soon the varsity will send its team to the International Robotic competition. Such activities, said Dr. Umar Saif, Vice Chancellor ITU while talking to the media on the 6th Robotics Expo, Machines of […]…Read More