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The Third World

The Third World By Engr G R Bhatti What is Third World? Third world as its exists today, is typified by extreme power or abuse of power on one end and poverty and helplessness at other. To understand let us take example of a village in less affluent areas of …

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Women Empowerment

Women Empowerment By Aman Hashmi Empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors is essential for building stronger economies, achieve internationally agreed goals for development, sustainability, and, improve the quality of life for everyone including women, men, families and communities. This is needed so that they can …

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“Azerbaijan will closely cooperate with Muslim countries in promoting the universal and peaceful values of the Islamic World”

“Today, the Islamic world is dealing with serious problems and conflicts, the wars continue in some Muslim countries, the innocent people are killed. The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, which emerged as a result of Armenia’s occupation of Azerbaijani lands, problems such as Palestine and Kashmir, conflicts in the Middle East are among …

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Prospects of Renewable energy sources in Pakistan

Pakistan, despite the enormous potential of its energy resources, remains energy deficient and has to rely heavily on imports to satisfy hardly its needs. Pakistan meets its energy requirements from a variety of traditional and commercial sources. Share of various primary energy sources in energy supply mix remained during last …

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Smart Grid a new “e”

Smart Grid a new “e” In the power industry, electrical grid is a term used for an electricity network which includes the three distinct operations, i.e., generation, transmission, distribution and utilization. Smart grids are the solution to our future energy problems and, possibly, the panacea to global warming. A smart …

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Towards technocracy

By: Dr Atta Ur Rehman  In an interview with Anatol Lieven (the author of ‘Pakistan: A Hard Country’) Pakistani economist Mahbubul Haq stated that: “Every time a new political government comes in, [it] has to distribute huge amounts of state money and jobs as rewards to politicians who have supported …

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Combating the Fire Problem (Part 2)

By Engr. Khaled Qayum Now, the amusing anecdote I quoted may have given you the impression that Pakistan isn’t adequately equipped to handle what I am going to term, the “fire problem.” That story may have led you to think that our society doesn’t fully comprehend the threat that fire …

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Combating the Fire Problem (Part 1)

By Engr. Khaled Qayum It seems of the late, fire is very much in vogue in Pakistan. Hardly a day goes by when the television is not showing images of buildings  engulfed in sky high flames. If it is not Karachi, then it is Lahore. If not Rawalpindi then it …

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Need for Standardization in Pakistan

by Engr. Khaled Qayum Bible narrates a very interesting story. It talks of people who lived in an area the Bible calls Babble in times of the Prophet Abraham. According to Bible these people were very vile and proud in their ways. They had just learnt the way to bake …

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Best Apps not on Google play:

Google Playstore may be one the largest market of online applications and games. Google Playstore working in all the android devices around the world gives you millions of application varieties but surely! There are some application which you cannot find on the Google Playstore. These application serve their best for …

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