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airG Evaluation 2021

Nowadays, folks choose spending some time on the web a lot more than speaking with pals and internet dating. But airG can make relationships more meaningful for individuals again. This program is a fantastic remedy for singles looking for lovers worldwide. But, it may be helpful for consumers in a new town and cannot generate new buddies. This software designer is actually a founder of all cellular applications. For…

Conseils sur Ramassage à la veille du Nouvel an Parties

Comme le nouvel an est rapide approche de, vous avez à découvrir comment célébrer. Si vous aimez aller un grand occasion dans un voisin club de danse ou prefere un romantique collection avec copains, il y en a beaucoup possibilités rencontrer nouvelles personnes et commencer l'année entière down right. Si vous devriez être à une fête et quelqu'un attrape votre attention, comment pouvez-vous aborder? Que…

Chess, a priceless gift by Sindh to the world

Sindh is the land of great traditions. The civilization of Mehran Valley has greatly benefited the civilizations of the world and it has left its indelible imprints on the world. The word Sindh is derived from the river Indus, which is the current form of the Sanskrit word Sindhu. The Indus Valley Civilization is one of the few human civilizations established from 3300 to 1700 BC. Sindh is the land of great

Army troops participates in rescue and relief efforts

RAWALPINDI: The Pakistan Army troops on Tuesday were assisting the civil administration in rescue and relief efforts in areas hit by recent urban flooding in various parts of the country. Pakistan Army Emergency Response teams were consistently busy dewatering and supplying basic food necessities and medical care to the affected population, an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) media release said. The

Effects of environmental degradation on rivers

By Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi In Sindh, toxic water from scarp projects is dumped into the canals, which affects the sweet water and makes it saline and hazardous. The question is where do we put the drainage water? Wherever it is grown it will spoil the canals and other sources, we have no other option. The water of Kotri industry zone is also pumped into the canal and this toxic water spoils the fresh water of


National sovereignty and security directly depend upon economic security. It is a cruel universal truth that is starkly reminded to Pakistanis every day for some time. Pakistan is on the brink of foreign debt default after every few months. It has not only tarnished our global image as a viable investment destination but also destroyed domestic business confidence. We all understand that it’s a result of long-term

Asia’s largest lake on the verge of destruction

By Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi Manchhar Lake is a famous and historical lake of Sindh, which is known as the largest lake in the Asian continent. At one time, there was a tidal wave in Manchhar Lake. Also, when the Indus River was in its waves, its water would enter Manchhar through the Aral canal. By giving examples of the beauty of Abubahar Lake of sweet water, it became a rich source of employment for the local

Rapid melting of the poles, recent history of ocean warming

By Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi As we know, climate change is accelerating and the pace will also repeat the poles. An international group of researchers has reconstructed the recent history of ocean warming at the gateway to the Arctic Ocean in an area called the Strait of Fram between Greenland and Svalbard. Using chemical signatures found in marine microorganisms, the researchers found that the Arctic Ocean began to


As we all know that currently, Russia is trying to invade Ukraine and re-capture it. Following this unfortunate event many famous organizations and celebrities have sympathized with our fellow Ukrainians, Of course, it’s a very good act and human nature that we generally tend to support people in crisis, but to see big organizations like FIFA, UEFA, etc. make substantial changes to their respective football

Youm-e-Takbeer: A Testament To Pakistan’s Resilience And How It Became World’s Only ‘Muslim Nuclear Power’

Author: Dr. Umair Haroon May 28th is commemorated as ‘Youm-e-Takbeer’ i.e. the day Pakistan became a nuclear power and it still remains the only Muslim country to achieve this feat to the present day. Youm-e-Takbeer is not merely a symbolic event but holds key historical significance as it reflects Pakistan’s undeterred resilience aimed at securing and asserting the country’s national interest against adverse