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  • No web, no jobs: Residents of occupied Kashmir board the 'Internet Express'

    Braving the snow and cold, Abrar Ahmad, 18, is one of thousands of Kashmiris who regularly spend hours journeying on a packed train just so that they can go online as the region grapples with the longest internet blackout imposed by a democracy...

    Stepping off the crammed train — dubbed the “Internet Express” by people in Indian-occupied Kashmir — in the nearby town of Banihal, the passengers make a beeline for cafes where they pay up to...
  • Shaheer Niazi, the 'electric honeycomb' researcher, aims to bring the Nobel home

    Shaheer Niazi, the 17-year-old Pakistani student who recently surprised much older scientists with his groundbreaking research on electric honeycombs, recounted his journey beginning with the "World Cup of Physics" to being recognised by the Royal Society and the media in DawnNews show 'Newswise' on Friday...

    Upon returning from the International Young Physicists' Tournament in Russia in 2016, Shaheer said he decided to get published...
  • Moenjodaro: researcher commits himself to saving site from obscurity

    “Everybody knows Egypt, nobody knows Moenjodaro, this has to be changed,” says Dr Michael Jansen, a German researcher working at the sun-baked site on the banks of the Indus River in Sindh...

    At the site itself, he said, technical reviews are being held to examine the water logging issue and other ways to shore up the ruins, while exploring new, modern technology that allows researchers to ascertain what lies beneath the surface in...

  • Punjabi poet, researcher Sharif Sabir laid to rest

    LAHORE: Punjabi scholar, poet, researcher and educationist Sharif Sabir, who passed away on Thursday, was laid to rest at Narang Mandi on Friday...

    Born at Pakki Saraan, Sheikhupura on May 18, 1928, Sabir was a towering personality in Punjabi literature as he had many feathers in his cap being a poet, translator, researcher and editor...

  • Researcher quits after sex claims against ex-UN climate chief

    NEW DELHI: A researcher who accused former UN climate panel chief Rajendra Pachauri of sexual harassment has quit her job at the think-tank he formerly headed, alleging it treated her "in the worst possible manner," reports said Wednesday...

    The researcher, who cannot be named for legal reasons, accused him of constantly harassing her through inappropriate emails, text and WhatsApp messages...

  • Pakistani researcher from Quetta contributed to gravitational waves discovery

    A young researcher from Quetta, Imran Khan, currently pursuing his PhD at Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI) in Italy, was one of the co-authors of the Physical Review Letter (PRL) paper, submitted to the LIGO Scientific Collaboration at the helm of this discovery...

    The 25-year-old researcher, whose father is a retired armed forces member, hails from a middle-class family residing in Quetta...

  • Cambridge Analytica did receive data from researcher in Facebook storm, ex-chief says

    LONDON: Cambridge Ana­­­­­lytica’s former chief denied deliberately misleading British lawmakers, even as he admitted that his firm did receive data from the researcher at the centre of a scandal over Facebook data, contradicting his previous testimony...

    Former chief Alexander Nix, in earlier testimony to a parliamentary committee, denied that Cambridge Ana­lytica had ever been given data by Aleksandr Kogan, the researcher at the...

  • Climate change a ‘threat multiplier’ for Pakistan, says researcher

    For Pakistan, climate change is a ‘threat multiplier’, remarks a researcher during her presentation at a programme held here on Tuesday...

    Anwar, the director of the Karachi Urban Lab and an associate professor, city and regional planning at the IBA’s department of social sciences & liberal arts, and Dr Amiera Sawas, a researcher associated with the Climate Change and Risk Programme at the Stockholm International Peace Research...

  • Coronavirus researcher shot dead in US murder-suicide

    An ethnic Chinese scientist working on the novel coronavirus in the United States has been shot dead in what police said was a murder-suicide over an “intimate partner”...

    Bing Liu, 37, was found dead at the weekend in his home on the outskirts of Pittsburgh, where he worked as a research professor
  • Underworld Wide Web: Moscow to launch free WiFi in cemeteries

    MOSCOW: Residents in Moscow already enjoy free wireless Internet in cafes and on the metro system but now authorities in the city have also decided to bring WiFi to a more unusual setting — some of its most storied cemeteries...

    “These cemeteries are like open air museums,” Lilya Lvovskaya, a spokesperson from city-run funeral service Ritual, which runs Moscow’s graveyards, told AFP...

  • Spider-man — adventures of the web-slinger

    His story has been filmed on countless occasions, while comics and cartoons featuring Spider-Man have fascinated children and grownups alike; but do you know the real Spider-Man? Do you know why he became righteous and champions for justice? Simon Hugo’s Spider-Man – Adventures of the Web-Slinger brings to you the past, present and even the future of our friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man...

    Know your friendly neighbourhood...

  • REVIEW: Sociological web: The Upstairs Wife by Rafia Zakaria

    Interwoven with her story is an elegantly written macrocosmic narrative of the history of Karachi — the complex city that houses countless women who suffer domestic unhappiness...

    But tragedy aside, the writer’s affection for the city of Karachi is evident in the close attention paid to detailing the historic landscape of the city, as Zakaria moves with almost panoramic grace through describing the aging of Saddar, the importance of...

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