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  • 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...

  • 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 senior pilot for Pakistan International Airlines said lasers can disturb pilots if pointed directly into their eyes during landing or takeoff, which are...

  • 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...

  • Gmail to roll out new security measures for web, mobile users

    CALIFORNIA: Google is set to introduce new security measures for its popular email service Gmail, with users being provided warnings when they receive potentially suspicious email, the tech giant said on Wednesday...

    Although users already receive notifications for messages similar to those filtered by Gmail's spam filters, the new update will give users two separate warning messages...

  • New hacks strike at heart of mobile innovations

    “Mobile devices are taking a bigger place in businesses and in our lives,” Avi Bashan of Tel Aviv based cyber defense firm Check Point SoftwareTechnologies said on Thursday at a Black Hat computer security conference in Las Vegas...

    ” Check Point has seen attacks rise during the past three years on the world’s leading mobile operating systems — Apple iOS and Google-backed Android, according to Bashan...

  • New mobile phone registration system comes into force

    ISLAMABAD: As soon as the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) implemented its new mobile phone registration system, some users complained of being unable to connect to their networks...

    “There is a message that reads that mobile network is unavailable though signals are showing...

  • Growers reject new tobacco price

    SWABI: Tobacco growers and their leaders on Tuesday rejected the new price of Flue-Cured Virginia (FCV) tobacco as the crop purchase started by the national and multinational companies...

    Reacting angrily to the low margin in the new prices of tobacco crop, Kashtkar Coordination Council (KCC) leaders said that they held a protest meeting soon after the maximum price was fixed...

  • New policy to help cut wheat production price

    ISLAMABAD: The government is working on a new wheat price policy for this fiscal year with focus on reducing the cost of production instead of subsidy...

    Under the proposed policy, it is likely that the wheat support price, which is a form of subsidy to farmers, would not be maintained at last year’s level of Rs1,300 per 40kg...

  • Gulf should adjust to new oil price ‘reality’: IMF

    DUBAI: Gulf economies need to adjust to the “new reality” of oil prices expected to remain low for some time, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) says, recommending spending cuts and income diversification...

    “Not only this year, but for the years to come, these countries will need to make an adjustment to better balance their spending to the new reality of the oil prices,” said IMF Middle East and Central Asia chief Masood Ahmed......

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