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Bado Jabal: A neglected natural resort of Sindh

By Dr.Abdul Razak Shaikh, Bado Jabal is a Hill Station of Sindh, Pakistan. It is situated at an elevation of 3000 ft (914 m) in the Kirthar Mountains, 65 km (40 mi) southwest of Sehwan city of Jamshoro district. It is an attractive place for nature-lovers due to its pleasant weather and beautiful surroundings as it is adjacent to several …

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Poverty in Pakistan

Letter to the Editor; This world is temporary even though everyone wants a good home, good dress, good food as well as everyone is running after money. Some people are rich and some are poor, according to Islam if we are poor ,we should keep patience and if we are rich we have to be thankful for what Allah has …

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Thar Coal Power Plant II: Vision of Mohtarmma Benazir Bhutto Towards energy

BY NOAMAN SHAIKH, Pakistan’s Thar Desert contains one of the largest untapped coal deposits in the world. The size of lignite coal reserves in the Thar Desert was estimated at 175 billion tons in 1992 and is spread across 9,100 sq k. The Thar Coal Power Project started electricity production in the month of March 2019 with 330MW of power provided to …

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Banking System and supply chain risk

 Fatima Arif, “I don’t look at the numbers from a finance perspective. Instead, I look at what the customer is trying to tell us”, says Peter who is retail and finance executive. Customer and supplier satisfaction has always been the key to groom the business and reduce the risks in any organization. In financial services, if you want to lead …

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Juristic analysis of Articles 34 and 45 of Interim Constitution of AJK, 1974

By Syed Shahid Bahar Advocate  Supreme Court, In connection with unhealthy atmosphere prevailed after issuance of contempt notice to late Mr. Khalid Ibrahim Khan by the Apex Court of AJK, it is need of the hour to throw light on the constitutional provisions specially dealing with the matters postulated in Articles 34 clause 3 and 42-E keeping in view the …

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Indian Lake – A Broken Dream

Muhammad Azam Khan, ‘India has long dreamed to be the dominant power in the Indian Ocean’. It envisions of turning the Indian Ocean into an enormous ‘Indian lake’. Not strange therefore, many in Indian strategic community increasingly believe that the Indian Ocean must be, and must be seen to be, India’s ocean’, says David Scott, a former professor at Brunel …

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Pakistan’s Oil fields: brighter future

By Maemuna Sadaf, Tropically, Pakistan is blessed with huge underground reserves of minerals, gas, and oils. In 1964, the first oil fields were discovered in Toot, Pothohar Area of Punjab Province. The first well was drilled in 1967 and commercial production started. The oil production was 2400 barrel per day in 1986, which has grown steadily. In 1998-1999, the first …

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Ideological hindrance to the unity of Pakistan

Muhammad Ijaz In world politics, states faced traditional security threats over the borders by the neighboring rivalry countries as well as regional and super powers in previous century. But these threats were minimized due to un-tire able efforts of the world community on the platform of international politics with the perspective of international organizations like UNO and ICJ and regional …

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On going research on probiotics- may provide a leap for mankind

By Dr Shakira Ghazanfar (PhD Microbiology), Maryam Idrees Malik (PhD Scholar), National Agricultural Research Centre (NARC), Islamabad was established in 1984. Since its inception, it holds a pivotal position as being the largest research centre of Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC). NARC, located near Rawal Lake, retains a total land area of approximately 1400 acres; it provides massive means of research opportunities for scientists requiring sophisticated instruments and technologies. The …

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