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  • Police fail to check laser beams being flashed at aircraft

    RAWALPINDI: Repeated incidents of laser beams being flashed at passenger aircraft taking off from and landing at Benazir Bhutto International Airport (BBIA) have caused concern among pilots and aviation authorities, while the police have not been able to control the problem...

    A slight distraction caused by a flashing laser could result in catastrophe, he said...

  • India activates eight laser walls along border with Pakistan

    NEW DELHI: India has set up eight laser walls along the shared border with Pakistan and plans to activate four more over the next few days, Times of India reported, citing a senior Indian Border Security Force (BSF) official...

    A laser wall is a mechanism to detect objects passing the line of sight between the laser source and the detector...

  • India plans laser walls on border

    NEW DELHI: India plans to cover more than 40 vulnerable unfenced stretches along the Pakistan border by laser walls soon, with the home ministry giving it a top priority to prevent any infiltration, Times of India says in a report quoting a home ministry official...

    All the riverine stretches located in Punjab would be covered by the laser wall technology developed by the Indian Border Security Force to eliminate the chances of breach...

  • Tanveer bags National Laser Sailing title

    KARACHI: Warrant Officer Mohammad Tanveer of the PAF shocked naval sailors by crowning the title of the national laser sailing championship which concluded in the open sea of Karachi harbor on Tuesday...

    Off late, airmen have managed to break the stranglehold of the Navy by winning the third national title in four months the other two being Laser Radial and Mistral...

  • Laser pioneers from US, France and Canada win Nobel Physics Prize

    Ashkin was honoured for his invention of “optical tweezers” that grab particles, atoms, viruses and other living cells with their laser beam fingers...

    According to Ian Musgrave of Britain's Central Laser Facility, optical tweezers make it possible to use lasers to manipulate very small objects, such as beads of glass or oil droplets, to position them precisely or control the environment around them...

  • Lahore metro train: China prefers monitoring of its own

    LAHORE: A joint venture of the China Railways (CR) and Norinko has informed the Lahore Development Authority that it will monitor the construction work (structure) to ensure international quality standards while executing the Lahore Orange Line Metro Train Project...

    The CR-Norinko will soon send its own consultant firm to Lahore, Dawn learnt...

  • Invoice monitoring installed at 50 restaurants in Lahore

    LAHORE: The Punjab Revenue Authority (PRA) on Thursday achieved its target of installing electronic Restaurants Invoice Monitoring System (RIMS) at 50 restaurants in posh localities of the provincial capital to calculate 16 percent sales tax...

    Majority of restaurants where RIMS has been installed with the help of the Pakistan Revenue Automated Limited and Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) for e-monitoring of billing invoices...

  • Control room in Lahore starts monitoring election proceedings

    LAHORE: As 5,715 Rangers have been placed at the disposal of the Punjab government while the province would also have an estimated 200,000 army personnel for election duty, the home department has set up a digital central control room at the Civil Secretariat to directly monitor the election proceedings, law and order and quickly react to any emergency...

    It is being received from monitoring offices established by all the deputy...

  • Time may not allow biometric, CCTV systems for by-poll: Qaim

    HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that the Sindh Rangers director-general in a recent meeting with him had brought proposal for the introduction of biometric system and installation of CCTV cameras at polling stations in the NA-246 Karachi bypoll...

    Subsequently, the DG might have made an indirect request to the Election Commission of Pakistan on his proposals, he said
  • Nescom’s role in developing missile systems praised

    RAWALPINDI: Gen Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, visited the National Engineering and Scientific Commission (Nescom) on Sunday and highlighted its significant contributions to developing an array of state-of-the-art strategic missile systems that have made the country’s defence formidable...

    Expressing satisfaction over the development and progress of various strategic systems and capabilities, he...

  • Turkey signs deal to buy Russian S-400 missile systems

    Turkey has signed a deal with Russia to buy S-400 missile defence systems in its first major weapons purchase from Moscow, Turkish newspapers on Tuesday quoted President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as saying...

    The purchase of the missile systems from a non-Nato supplier will raise concerns in the West over their compatibility with the alliance's equipment...

  • Pakistan Railways develops IT-based train accident reducing systems

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Railways has developed two indigenous IT-based solutions, which are expected to reduce train accidents and help improve its safety record...

    The ‘Train Approaching Warning System at Level Crossing’ (TAWC) and ‘Train Collision Avoiding System’ (TCAS) have been finalised and five prototypes will be installed at the busiest level crossings by December this year to check the new signalling system
  • Saudi Arabia to buy Russian S-400 defence systems, other arms

    Saudi Arabia signed on Thursday preliminary agreements to buy S-400 air defence systems and receive “cutting edge technologies” from Russia during King Salman's landmark visit to Moscow, the Saudi military industries firm said...

    Under the agreements, Saudi Arabia is set to buy S-400 air defence systems, Kornet anti-tank guided missile systems and multiple rocket launchers...

  • President for end to ‘experiments’ with systems of governance

    ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain has called for halting experiments with the systems of governance in Pakistan and urged the nation to get united under the Cons­titution to ensure its supremacy which is vital for the country’s development...

    “Since creation of Pakis­tan, we have done different experiments with systems of government...

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