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The Future of ICT in Pakistan

The Future of ICT in Pakistan The government of Pakistan is taking increasing steps to invest in the future of ICT in the country, starting with the nation’s youth. The Ministry of Information Technology is introducing a range of initiatives to promote ICT as a topic of study and encourage participation by students. One such measure is the Prime Minister’s ... Read More »

Learn for Success: Microsoft Invests in Pakistan

Learn for Success: Microsoft Invests in Pakistan Microsoft sees a clear future in Pakistan, having recently launched a competition to find the best young IT talent in the country. The ‘Learn for Success’ competition is targeted to students over 18 years of age, combining fun learning activities with the ability to earn points by completing TechRewards Challenges, Participants will also ... Read More »

Earlier Scientists in Islam

Earlier Scientists in Islam Muslim scientists have been working rigorously earlier in all fields who developed basic things which is helping the present scientists. Watch this video: Watch the video at Muslim World Network at http://network.muslimworldnet.org/index.php?page=videos&section=view&vid_id=105435 If you watch at Mobile phone use “Puffin” App or watch at your computer. Read More »

Govt asked to remove controversial lesson from course book

Political and civil society activists have threatened that if the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Textbook Board doesn’t remove a controversial lesson about Pakhtun hero Malik Kalu Khan from the ninth grade English book, then they would take the case to court. Addressing a convention on ‘Kalu Khan, a hero of Pakhtuns’, at Haqqani Library Hall here on Sunday, they maintained that Yousafzai ... Read More »

These Women In Tamil Nadu Have Just Heard About Demonetisation

While millions of people were cueing for hours to deposit their cash in banks and to withdraw the new notes from ATMS, it turns out that there were a few elderly citizens who missed out on the all drama and turmoil of demonetisation. In other words, they have only recently heard that the Modi government scrapped the ₹500 and ₹1000 ... Read More »

Smartphone maker Samsung backs away from planned split

Its vice-chairman Lee Jae-Yong, heir to the parent Samsung group, has since been arrested and indicted for bribery, along with four other senior executives, in connection with the graft scandal that saw ex-president Park Geun-Hye impeached. The world’s biggest smartphone maker Samsung, assailed by a shambolic recall and embroiled in South Korea’s wide-ranging corruption scandal, on Friday backed away from ... Read More »

Saudi Technical Institute to expand partnership with Japanese college

RIYADH: The Saudi Electronics and Home Appliances Institute (SEHAI) will expand its partnership with Japan’s Nippon College of Engineering in the training and technical curriculum for Saudi youth. Dr. Ismael Muhammad Mufarreh, SEHAI executive director, said the partnership underscores the importance of developing education programs and technical and vocational training, and aims to benefit from international experiences, in accordance with ... Read More »

Chinese family reunites 500 members for rare photo

More than 500 members of one Chinese family have posed for the ultimate family photo. The pictures were taken at a Ren family reunion at Shishe village in China’s eastern province of Zhejiang. It was held last week during the Lunar New Year period, which is usually marked by the Chinese with large family gatherings and meals. Photographer Zhang Liangzong ... Read More »

US scientists listen to deepest part of ocean

SAN FRANCISCO (AA) — Researchers used waterproof microphones to eavesdrop on the deepest parts of the Pacific Ocean and announced Wednesday that they were surprised to hear a cacophony of noise — natural and man-made. For three weeks, a team of researchers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Oregon State University and the U.S. Coast Guard used a ... Read More »

To create a cashless economy, the government must first strengthen its cyber security system

What happened at Bangladesh’s central bank in February was straight out of a Hollywood heist movie. Hackers sitting in unknown corners of the world transferred $101 million from the bank’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank in New York to fraudulent accounts in the Philippines and Sri Lanka. If this could happen to Bangladesh’s premier bank, it could also happen ... Read More »