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  • Wireless signals can detect your feelings with new device

    CAMBRIDGE: What if your computer or smartphone could tell if you're happy or sad?A new device developed by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology aims to detect emotions by sending wireless signals that measure heartbeats as the signals bounce off a person's body...

  • New scientific development holds promise for secure communication

    Chinese scientists have pulled off a major feat with one of the subatomic world's weirdest phenomena: photons that behave like twins and experience the same things simultaneously, even over great distances...

    The space-based technique developed by the researchers and reported Thursday in the journal Science holds potential for revolutionising telecommunications and perhaps someday developing a hack-proof internet
  • Govt allows cross-border communication links

    ISLAMABAD: In a major development, the government allowed private telecommunication and internet companies on Friday to sign agreements with neighbouring countries for internet services and telephone traffic using satellite, wireless and submarine networks...

    It will enable long distance and international (LDI) licencees to establish cross-border communication links...

  • ‘Stolen’ babies expose lack of communication at Pims

    ISLAMABAD: Although the inquiry into a family’s allegation that their newborn twin boys were stolen and replaced with a baby girl has not yet concluded, doctors and senior officials at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) say the incident has exposed a communication gap in the hospital...

    Pims Vice Chancellor Dr Javed Akram also admitted that the case has highlighted a communication gap and said senior doctors did not...

  • Communication channels between Pakistani, Indian militaries open: DG ISPR Asim Bajwa

    ISLAMABAD: All communication channels between the Indian and Pakistani militaries remain open in wake of tensions that have gripped the South Asian nations over the disputed Kashmir region, Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Asim Bajwa has said...

    "All communication channels including the hotline between the two militaries are open," he told Xinhua news agency in an exclusive interview...

  • Land-based communication link with China opened

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk on Friday inaugurated the Pak-China Optical Fibre Cable project that would serve as the first land-based communication link between Pakistan and China...

    Speaking at the opening ceremony of the project, Mr Mulk said: “The project will contribute to provision of state-of-the-art ICT [information and communication technologies] facilities to far-flung areas of the country...

  • US congresswoman calls for 'immediate restoration of communication' in occupied Kashmir

    United States congresswoman Ilhan Omar on Tuesday called for "deescalation" and an "immediate restoration of communication" in occupied Kashmir, where a lockdown imposed by the Indian government has entered its fourth week...

    In a tweet, that comes a day after a meeting between US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took place in France, Omar said: "We should be calling for an immediate restoration of...

  • India's moon mission locates landing craft; no communication yet

    India has located the spacecraft it was trying to land on the moon but has not been able to establish communication with it yet, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said on Tuesday...

    “All possible efforts are being made to establish communication with lander,” the state-run space agency said on Twitter...

  • North Korea cuts communication lines to South

    SEOUL: North Korea is severing all official communication links with the South, it announced Tuesday in a move analysts said was aimed at manufacturing a crisis on the divided peninsula...

    Tuesday’s move cuts all official communication links between the two sides, but the immediate effect will be limited — Pyongyang has refused to engage with Seoul for months, with few if any conversations on the lines aside from test calls...

  • Jailed Indian tycoon seals deal to keep hotels

    MUMBAI: The Sahara Group of jailed Indian tycoon Subrata Roy said Monday it had reached a deal with Britain's billionaire Reuben brothers to avert the sale of three luxury hotels overseas...

    “It is a matter of great satisfaction to our chairman, Shri Subrata Roy Sahara, that the Indian flag will continue to fly on these three globally-renowned hotels...

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