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  • When disaster strikes: Pakistanis develop solar-powered mobile phone network

    LAHORE: Pakistani researchers have developed a portable, solar-powered mobile phone network for use in disasters like floods and earthquakes when regular communications are often disrupted...

    Researchers at the Information Technology University (ITU) in Lahore, together with a team from the University of California, have developed a prototype "Rescue Base Station" (RBS) for Pakistan ? the country's first emergency telecoms system that...

  • Solar power price slump casts shadow on India’s green future

    NEW DELHI: Solar power prices in India have hit rock bottom, but it is not all good news for the electricity-starved country as the phenomenon has hit investor confidence and threatens the country’s effort to push its green credentials...

    India is the headquarters of an international solar energy alliance and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keen to reinforce the notoriously polluted country’s green credentials...

  • Ambrose feels for cricket-crazy Pakistan fans

    Former West Indian bowling great Curtly Ambrose expressed disappointment at Pakistan's isolation in world cricket, adding that other ‘teams should follow Zimbabwe’s lead...

    ’The 51-year-old Ambrose, in the back drop of the launch of his autobiography ‘Time to Talk’, said he had fond memories of playing cricket in Pakistan and playing away from home would affect the development of local cricketers...

  • Flower wants Pakistan fans to see their heroes in action at home

    LEEDS: Andy Flower, coach of the ICC World XI team, is looking forward to being involved in a series that enables Pakistan fans to “see their heroes” after years of being “starved” of international cricket, he told AFP on Friday...

    The former Zimbabwe batsman and ex-England coach was named on Thursday as the man who will oversee a World XI that will play three T20 Internationals in Lahore next month in a bid to revive international...

  • Amla overwhelmed by Pakistan fans’ reception

    LAHORE: South African batting maestro Hashim Amla is overwhelmed by the tremendous response he and his team-mates of the ICC World XI squad have received during their landmark visit to Pakistan for the ongoing Independence Cup...

    The buzzing crowd, during the first two Twenty20 matches of the Independence Cup between Pakistan and World XI here at the Gaddafi Stadium, chanted and cheered the right-hander’s name which is indeed an...

  • Bangladesh fans blame Pakistan tour, Hasina for Australia pullout

    KOLKATA: Livid Bangladesh fans are blaming their prime minister for drawing world attention to the burgeoning militancy in their backyard after Cricket Australia (CA) scrapped a scheduled tour to their country over security concerns this week...

    Among several other theories, fans have also cited the ongoing tour by their women’s team to Pakistan as a trigger point, saying it was taking place against the wishes of the Australians,...

  • Sammy feels for cricket-starved Pakistan fans

    DUBAI: West Indies Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy on Monday said he felt sad for Pakistan cricket fans who are deprived of watching international stars on home grounds due to security fears in the country...

    He said it was up to the West Indies Cricket Board to decide where the series will be played but he certainly feels sad for Pakistan fans...

  • India-Pakistan cricket fans switch sides on social media

    NEW DELHI: Rival cricket fans from India and Pakistan have switched sides on social media ahead of a hotly awaited World Twenty20 clash, in protest over long-running tensions between neighbouring countries...

    Fans from the cricket-mad nations have swapped support for their teams on Facebook, with Indian and Pakistani users posting profile pictures with their rival's colours...

  • Should there be no Indian cricket fans in Pakistan?

    Soon after, he was arrested under Section 123-A of the Pakistan Penal Code for ‘acts of damaging the sovereignty of the country’ — the punishment is a 10-year jail sentence or fine, or both...

    Take a look: Suspicion is in the airIn March 2014, a group of 67 Kashmiri students were suspended for being guilty of cheering for Pakistan in a cricket match in Meerut...

  • World Cup debate: Pessimism among Pakistan's fans has nothing to do with results

    The gist of Ahmer Naqvi’s op-ed in Dawn says “what’s wrong with choosing hope over despair?” Then Kumail Zaidi’s comment piece asks ‘mopes’ why can’t they let fans be fans and buck their team up? Both tremendously well-put optimist takes...

    But as a bona fide purveyor of pessimism on matters of Pakistan cricket, I take it upon myself to plead our side of the case...

  • Pakistan fans will not boo Smith in World Cup: Sarfaraz

    Sarfaraz Ahmed insists Pakistan fans won't boo shamed Australia star Steven Smith during their World Cup match in Taunton on Wednesday...

    Pakistan fans are expected to make up a large chunk of the crowd in the west country and there are fears they might follow the example of the India supporters who jeered Smith at the Oval on Sunday...

  • Pakistan eyeing Vietnamese market to export fans

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is eyeing the Vietnamese market to export electric fans as the East Asian country’s demand for fans has increased amid rising tourism...

    The Pakistan Electric Fan Manufacturers Assoc­iation (PEFMA) delegation held mee­tings with different companies including Co...

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