Cricket: Pakistan Beat England by 10 Wickets

By Rida Zaheer LONDON: Pakistan won fourth cricket test match by 10 wickets against England at Oval on Sunday and presented a gift to the nation on its 70 Independence Day. Pakistan were bowled out for 542 in reply to England’s first innings 328, a lead of 214 runs, at tea on the third day of the fourth Test at The Oval on Saturday. However, on last day England Team went to Pavilion for 253 all out (79.2 ov ...

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Mr. Yousaf Against Electricit​y Theft PKR 17 Million

“K-Electric FIR against PKR 17 Million Caught at the Godhra Muslim Welfare Electricity Theft worth around PKR 17 million Caught at the Godhra Muslim Welfare Hospital by the KE Team; FIR against Hospital Management Lodged – KE Karachi – 21st August 2014: K-Electric, formerly KESC in its press statement said, that a site inspection was conducted by the KE team at the Godhra Muslim Welfare Hospital North Karac ...

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A Consolidated Model of Putting BSC into Action in Textile Industry in Pakistan

A Consolidated Model of Putting BSC into Action in Textile Industry in Pakistan By Muhammad Hassan Maqbool  &     Dr Nadeem Ishaq Kureshi Engineering Management Department Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, Islamabad, Pakistan University of Sciences and Technology, Taxila, Pakistan Abstract BSC is one of the most advanced and widely used management tools. This is being used by most of the ‘Fort ...

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Effect of Nanoparticles on Ecological

Nanoparticles (NPs) are typically defined as materials with dimension(s) between 1 and 100 nm. The static value o f 100 nm as the benchmark for “nano” or “not nano” was proposed and implemented before nanoeco oxicological studies were conducted; consequently, this benchmark does not reflect the complexity of ecological interactions with NPs. Many   http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/es500365k   ...

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European Capital of Innovation finalists announced: Barcelona, Grenoble and Groningen

Barcelona (Spain), Grenoble (France) and Groningen (Netherlands) are the three finalists for the first European Capital of Innovation award, or iCapital (IP/13/808). The winner of the €500000 prize will be announced at the closing ceremony of the Innovation Convention 2014, Europe’s premier innovation event which will take place in Brussels on 10 and 11 March. Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, European Commissioner fo ...

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Year 2014: breakthrough in Immunotherapy

By Elizabeth Hayes Fighting Cancer is the most important need of the current era. Thousand of people die every year due to this cruel disease. However scientists are fighting to defeat cancer. Anyhow, the journal Science has identified immunotherapy as the Breakthrough of the Year, and although the accompanying article doesn’t name Providence Cancer Center specifically, the Portland-based center is a leader ...

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Icy fortress of solitude snapped by Antarctic survey

An ominous cloud rises over Superman's icy man cave, the Fortress of Solitude, perhaps indicating that Lex Luthor is up to his dastardly tricks again. Actually, it is completely natural, and nothing to do with supervillain antics. It is a lenticular cloud, which can be produced when air near the surface gets pushed upwards as it flows over peaks in the landscape, creating pressure waves. The clouds form at ...

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Amish Community Not Anti-Technology

Many outsiders assume the Amish reject all new technology. But that's not true. One Amish man in Lancaster County, Pa., checks his voicemail about four times a day. His shop is equipped with a propane-powered forklift, hydraulic-powered saws, cordless drills, and a refrigerated tank where milk from dairy cows is stored. The difference between Amish people and most other Americans is the deliberation that ta ...

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