With the advancement in technology , every country across the world is trying to keep enhancing advancements and get hold of trillionsRead more
Global independent tank storage company Vopak will increase its pole in liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure in Pakistan, as the South Asian country turns toRead more
China expanded its share on a global list of the world’s fastest supercomputers, according to a biannual ranking of theRead more
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), country’s leading telecom and ICT services provider, has announced its financial results for the half year ended JuneRead more
PR: Today Google launched Files Go, a new app for freeing up space, finding files faster and easily sharing themRead more
Karachi, June 05, 2017: Following its announcement of launching Nokia Phones in Pakistan as the official distribution partner of HMDRead more
STAFF REPORT FAISALABAD: Despite a huge potential of producing good quality of flowers, the country’s floriculture share in the international market is negligible.
This was stated by University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan while presiding over the inaugural session of seminar titled "Prospects of bulbous flower production" in Pakistan. It was organised by the Institute of Horticultural Sciences in collaboration with Green Works
STAFF REPORT ISB: The workshop focusing on improving food fortification by use of advanced techniques was organized by Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and National Fortification Alliance (NFA). The advocacy workshop aimed at sensitizing policy makers with several aspects of the subject including capacity building, fortification of staple crops etc. Minister for Labor and Human Resource Development, Raja AshfaqSarwar was present on the occasion as chief guest. He while addressing
STAFF REPORT ISB: The workshop focusing on improving food fortification by use of advanced techniques was organized by Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and National Fortification Alliance (NFA). The advocacy workshop aimed at sensitizing policy makers with several aspects of the subject including capacity building, fortification of staple crops etc.
Minister for Labor and Human Resource Development, Raja Ashfaq Sarwar was present on the occasion as chief guest. He while
TO COMPETE in global human resource market quality education is a basic requirement. Due to increasing competition it is more pertinent to have quality education then past time. Quality education means physical facilities as well as faculty, curriculum and the outcome of the academic learning. By bringing revolutionary changes at national level in universities like; planning, funding, physical facilities, monitoring, research, faculty, training, syllabuses, classroom dynamics and educational
STAFF REPORT LHR: The passion of cars for everyone remains eternal. From vintage beauties to new tech oriented supercars, everyone has their own favorite. Our very own Pakistan celebrities have some of the most interesting choices. Carmudi, the leading online platform for buying and selling cars, has dug out Pakistan’s favorite celebrities talking about their favorite cars. Some of the national celebrities say that having envious cars is their passion they run after.
Ali Zafar, a
PTCL lately launched Nitro Cloud Share; the latest in WiFi hotspot devices amongst the Nitro Cloud Series. This device provides 3G internet where ever you want. Its sleek design and portability increases its use. Now you don’t have to use mobile phones or tablets to connect to the internet when you have a high speed 3G hotspot in your pocket.
Using Nitro Cloud Share, one can connect all WiFi devices including laptops, mobile phones, tablets, etc. to connect to the internet and browse
STAFF REPORT ISB: Carmudi.pk is on a superfast track to become the leading car classifieds in Pakistan, crossing 20,000 listings and 240,000 Facebook fans in a short span of five months.
According to Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA), the annual sales of Pakistan’s locally produced cars alone have grown by 3.5 per cent until last year. The number of online users on this platform is soaring high; this is especially true for locally produced cars. Already present in