Use every drop of available water as far as possible-History and Future of Indus Basin: Speakers


C2 LUMS: "Pakistan and India to protect the water, a lifeline to culture, economy, and technology of both the countries", expressed by the speakers of a symposium on history and future of Indus Basin. The symposium was organised by Center for Water Informatics and Technology (WIT) operated from Syed Baber Ali School of Science and Engineering, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in collaboration with Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS).

Speakers said: "Historically

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Speakers urge for setting up an independent UAM


FAISALABAD: Speakers at a seminar have called for setting up an independent University of



Alternative Medicines (UAM), and making separate regulating laws for Tibb-e- Unani,



Ayurvedic and Homeopathic practitioners.



It was demanded during the inaugural session of seminar on Tibb, Nature and Science organised



by the National Council for Tibb in collaboration with the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad,



at Iqbal Auditorium of the UAF on Sunday

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Speakers call for concrete steps to combat environmental hazards


FAISALABAD: Speakers have called for steps to combat environmental hazards and adopt



healthy lifestyle to reduce diseases and mortality rate as 3.8 million people die of diabetes each



year only; whereas cancer kills 1.37 million people.



They were addressing at one-day symposium titled andquot;one healthandquot; arranged by US-Pakistan Center



for Advanced Studies in Agriculture and Food Security, University of Agriculture Faisalabad at



New Senate

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Science communication is the key to create biodiversity awareness: Speakers


The misuse of nature by human-induced activities has resulted in the huge part of the World’s environmental frameworks to the brink of halt. To understand the societal changes due to change in climatic patterns, biodiversity conservation researcher should be morepre-emptive, aggressive, and consciousin growingecologicaladeptness, said by speakers of the one-day training workshop titled "Biodiversity awareness through science communication" jointly organized by University of Science

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Research is vital for human development: Speakers CIIT workshop


C2 CIIT ISB: No nation could advance without pursuing on research and innovation. All over the world, the quality research is vital and crucial for human development, said by Dr Syed Qandil Abbas, Assistant Professor, Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) while addressing the participants of the three-day training workshop on Research Methodology: Methods and Tools, organized by COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT).

Dr Abbas said that the workshop would boost aptitude and capacity

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Investment part of solution to energy crisis: Speakers




STAFF REPORT SWABI: Speakers at the recently concluded three-day International Conference on Next Generation Energy Technologies (ICONGET) 2016 at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute (GIK) of Engineering Sciences and Technology said that Pakistan has great potential to produce energy.

They said that the available resources should be used in a result-oriented way by the government.

Funded by Higher Education Commission, the conference was organised by GIK and South Dakota State University

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Investment part of solution to energy crisis Speakers


STAFF REPORT SWABI: Speakers at the recently concluded three-day International Conference on Next Generation Energy Technologies (ICONGET) 2016 at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute (GIK) of Engineering Sciences and Technology said that Pakistan has great potential to produce energy.

They said that the available resources should be used in a result-oriented way by the government.

Funded by Higher Education Commission, the conference was organised by GIK and South Dakota State University (

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Speakers call for new learning paradigms in edu




STAFF REPORT ISB: Speakers at a conference have said it is the right time to realize the need for adopting and implementing new learning paradigms in the structure country’s education system.

They were addressing the International Symposium on 21st Century Learning recently held here at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST).

The conference was attended by more than 150 dignitaries from education sector of Pakistan.

While Speaking to the conference, Nisar

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Speakers debate environmental fallout of nuke power plants


STAFF REPORT KHI: Many Americans die choking on meat but that doesn’t mean they stop eating steaks, said the former chairperson of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) and adviser to the National Command Authority, Dr. Ansar Parvez, while downplaying the risks of nuclear power plants.

Speaking at a seminar, titled Environmental Fallout: Nuclear Power Plants in Pakistan’ at Habib University, Dr. Parvez said that one has to consider all available options to produce energy. It is

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Augmented human activities have created devastating declines in biodiversity: Speakers




STAFF REPORT BANNU: The Nation heritage of biological diversity is an irreplaceable source; the quality of life of our future generations depends on our preservation of plant and species. This was stated by the speakers while addressing a one day workshop on "Biodiversity Conservation for Sustainable Development" organized by weekly Technology Times in collaboration with University of Science and Technology, Bannu (USTB) to enhance awareness and understanding of issues related

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