UC Browser launched for Android users




STAFF REPORT KHI: UCWeb, maker of the world’s number 1 third-party mobile browser, with 35.3 market share in Pakistan, has released the biggest update in last one year to its mobile browser for Pakistani Android users.Unlike any other mobile browsers in the market, UC Browser for Android is first of its kind to give its users complete freedom to personalize the way they discover and access web content.

The new browser also comes with a new selection of specially designed background

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UC Browser launched for Android users


STAFF REPORT KHI: UCWeb, maker of the world’s number 1 third-party mobile browser, with 35.3 market share in Pakistan, has released the biggest update in last one year to its mobile browser for Pakistani Android users.

Unlike any other mobile browsers in the market, UC Browser for Android is first of its kind to give its users complete freedom to personalize the way they discover and access web content.

The new browser also comes with a new selection of specially designed background

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UC Davis starts $17m farm centre in Pakistan


STAFF REPORT ISB: The UC Davis has recently launched a $17 million US-Pakistan Food and Agriculture Centre. The five-year project, funded by the USAID, will help faculty and graduate students to study and perform research at UC Davis and the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad (UAF) in Pakistan.

According to details, during its first years the project will consist of workshops to help Faisalabad build relationships both through technology and entrepreneurship.

"Establishment of

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UC Davis to patronise agri education for modern farming

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: UC Davis is taking the lead on the graduate education component of an innovative project in order to modernize agriculture in Pakistan with the initiation of a four-year $30 million Agricultural Innovation Project.This project envisages improvement in management practices and productivity of the livestock, horticulture and grains grown in Pakistan, in turn improving the economy and creating a brighter future for its people."It’s a fantastic project," said Jim

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