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  • Latest technology helps improve TB diagnosis

    PESHAWAR: The health department has claimed that the use of new technology has ensured the prompt and correct tuberculosis diagnosis in the province...

    This new technology machine has helped enormously to detect difficult to diagnose TB cases and also to ensure timely diagnose of Resistant TB cases, he said...

  • Pemra seeks ARY News response to IB complaint against 'fake news'

    The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) on Saturday directed ARY News to respond to a complaint filed by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) against its report on a list of lawmakers suspected of links with banned militant groups allegedly compiled by the IB...

    The list first came to light when ARY News programme 'Power Play' aired a report on Sept 25 claiming that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif had directed the IB on...

  • Pakistan needs latest farm-tech to achieve food security

    He said the fact should be an eye-opener that China produces two times more cotton and wheat per hectare and Egypt produces around three times more rice and sugarcane per hectare as compared to Pakistan...

    “The 21st century belongs to biotechnology and Pakistan has tremendous potential to emerge as biotechnology leader but to achieve the goal private sector, scientists, researchers and government will have to work hand-in-hand,” he...

  • Pakistan in talks with US to procure latest F-16 jets: Air chief

    ISLAMABAD: Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Monday said Pakistan is in negotiations with the United States to procure the latest F-16 fighter jets, but did not specify an exact number...

    “We are in talks with US defence officials to get some latest F-16s but the deal may take some time,” the Air chief said while talking to reporters after the rolling out ceremony of the 16th JF-17 Thunder aircraft at the Pakistan...

  • North Korea’s technology much better than Pakistan’s: Dr Qadeer

    KARACHI: North Korea’s nuclear technology is much better than Pakistan’s, nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan said on Monday, but ruled out any assistance from Islamabad to Pyongyang in this regard...

    Mr Khan, said to be the father of Pakistan’s nuclear programme, said he had been to North Korea twice under a missile programme, and found that they had much better quality than Pakistan...

  • CPEC's next phase to enable technology transfers from China to Pakistan: Ahsan Iqbal

    Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal on Tuesday said the cooperation envisioned in the industrial sector under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project will ensure the transfer of technology, knowledge, and skills to Pakistan...

    “CPEC is helping promote a knowledge-based economy in Pakistan,” the minister said while addressing the seventh meeting of the Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) of CPEC, held in...

  • Musharraf’s N-technology disclosure embarrassed Pakistan: Foreign Office

    The disclosure had forced the Foreign Office on the defensive and left it with no choice but to regurgitate the standard response that Pakistan was firmly against nuclear proliferation, the additional secretary said...

    The Foreign Office reply came in response to a question by Senator Farhatullah Babar as to what was North Korea’s official reaction to Pervez Musharraf’s revelation in his memoir, In the Line of Fire, that a clandestine...

  • Code for Pakistan brings technology geeks to solve civic and social issues

    ISLAMABAD: A two-day Islamabad Civic Hackathon — an event organised by Code for Pakistan (CfP) and OPEN Islamabad — concluded Sunday with participants working constantly to develop mobile/web applications and digital tools which address civic and social issues...

    The aim of the event was to encourage civic-minded software developers, professionals, students, designers, data analysts, and innovators to come together to innovate in...

  • Technology: Team Alphabots makes Pakistan proud!

    The purpose was to bring together students — aged 15 to 18 years — to increase their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)...

    Six bright students, the Team Alphabots, from Pakistan also travelled to the United States to participate in the FIRST Global Challenge 2017 (#FGC2017)The Team Alphabots consisted of three 15-year-old boys, namely Hamza Arshad Bhatti, Muhammad bin Mohsin, Ahmed Waheed, while ...

  • What role can technology play in improving Pakistan’s elections?

    The attempted rollout of the Results Transmission System (RTS) during the general elections has driven increased interest in the role technology plays in elections and the technical process of casting votes and vote tabulation...

    As the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) looks to introduce another technological solution, this time the i-Voting system for absentee voters in upcoming by-elections, what should the National Database...

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