Chinese hospitals discharge 20659 recovered patients of coronavirus infection

Beijing: A total of 20,659 patients infected with the novel coronavirus had been discharged from hospital after recovery by the end of Friday, Chinese health authority said Saturday. Friday saw 2,393 people walk out of hospital after recovery, the National Health Commission said in its daily report. By the end of Friday, a total of […]

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Israeli, Italian researchers develop efficient solar method to produce hydrogen

(File Photo) Jerusalem: Israeli and Italian researchers have developed an efficient process for producing hydrogen and other products, utilizing solar energy, the northern Israel Institute of Technology said. For decades, hydrogen has been considered the future fuel, because its burning only releases energy and water and does not pollute the environment. Most of the hydrogen […]

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Hoarders shift consumer goods stocks from Naukot to remote villages for fear of raids

(File Photo) Several tractor trolleys, other vehicles loaded with sugar bags and other kitchen items were seen moving to villages at night By Asad Junejo Naukot: Following the reports of conducting raids and sealing the storehouses of hoarders and profiteers in different towns of Sindh, the hoarders in Naukot have started shifting the stocks of […]

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3-Day Science Fair Begins in Mithi

Large number of students of a private school displayed various science models By GR Junejo Mithi: A 3-day Science Fair, organized by Al-Mahran Higher Secondary School, a private sector educational institution, began here Saturday, with participation of a large number of students by displaying science models prepared by them. The science fair has been organized […]

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14 granaries sealed in Ghotki district for hoarding thousands of bags of rice, sugar and flour

The raiding team found 2000 bags of rice, 1500 bags of sugar and 1200 canisters of ghee from two storehouses located at Reti Road while 3000 bags of rice, 1800 bags of wheat flour and 1600 canisters of ghee were found hoarded at a storehouse at cinema road in Ghotki town By Nazir Malik Ghotki: […]

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What Is the Hardest Language in the World to Lip-read?

For linguists, it is a tremendously controversial and fluid topic of study. What are lip-readers actually looking at? Just how accurate is the understanding of speech on the basis of visual cues alone? What language, of the 6,000-plus distinct tongues in the world, is the hardest to lip-read? BY DAN NOSOWITZ Lip-reading has an almost […]

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Tharparkar District Bar decides to fight for the rights of indigenous people

The Bar will convene a conference on March 02 to discuss the issues and devise strategies; Officers of divisional and district administration, representatives of companies working in Thar, civil society and other stakeholders will be invited to attend conference By GR Junejo Mithi: For the first time in the history, the District Bar association Tharparkar […]

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Chinese President to give nod to KCR, Dhabeji projects during his visit to Pakistan

The visit of Chinese Head of State is expected in May or June; CM Murad and CPECA chief Bajwa decide to lay 105km railway track from Chhor to Islamkot Karachi: A 105-kilometer railway line will be constructed from Chhor to Islamkot to transport coal from Thar Coal field to Port Qasim and up-country, besides launching […]

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