Editorial

AIOU holds 6th national conference on Physics and emerging sciences

Islamabad : A national conference on Physics and emerging sciences was held here at Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU), laying greater focus on promoting research culture and linking the same with the country’s socio-economic issues. It was sixth such event, organized by the University’s Physics department in the recent years. …

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Shaheer Niazi, ‘the Prodigy’ aims to bring Noble Prize home

Islamabad:Pakistan’s Shaheer Niazi, A 17-year-old high school student in Pakistan surprised some older scients with his groundbreaking research on electric honeycombs, describes his journey beginning with the “World Cup of Physics” on Friday. According to the international media, Muhammad Shaheer Niazi has replicated the phenomenon with two new factors in …

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Women in developed countries more educated than men, but still paid less

LONDON: Women in developed countries are now more educated than men, yet they still earn less, are poorly represented in politics, and less likely to join the top ranks in business or become an entrepreneur, a global think-tank said on Wednesday. From Canada, Japan, Norway to Australia, young women on …

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Genocide of Rohingya Muslims

The systematic genocide and ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims by Burmese army has sent shockwaves across the world. The beheading of innocent children and burning people alive is the worst kind of state terrorism being unleashed upon hapless community by Myanmar Army. The community that constitutes 2% of total population has …

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