Pakistani Game Developer Mariam Nusrat Lands Spot on Forbes ‘Next 1000 List’

NEW YORK: A Pakistani woman, Mariam Nusrat, who established GRID a Gaming Revolution for International Development, has earned her spot on the Forbes Next 1000 list. Maryam, 34, who founded GRID to raise awareness, trigger social dialogue, and inspire behavior change with digital games in development interventions has made it to the prestigious ‘Forbes Next 1000 List’ which celebrates the

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‘PakVac’ – Pakistan develops single dose homemade Covid jab to vaccinate all adults

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday rolled out its single-dose homemade Covid-19 vaccine named ‘PakVac’ which was produced with the help of all-weather friend China in a bid to vaccinate all eligible individuals. The PakVac vaccine showed promising results as the efficacy at preventing symptomatic cases stood at around 75 percent. Chinese state-owned pharmaceutical company Cansino helped the Pakistani nerve center on

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Pakistan installs first reverse vending machine to turn ‘trash into cash’

ISLAMABAD – Amid the rhetoric of Clean and Green Pakistan, the federal government has unveiled the country’s first reverse vending machines for smart waste management. Environmentalist and Prime Minister’s aide on Climate Change Malik Amin Saturday inaugurated the first reverse vending machine at the Jinnah Super Market of the federal capital. The ‘On the Go’ initiative by the incumbent government

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Pakistan to start COVID-19 vaccine registration for age 19 above slab

ISLAMABAD – All those aged above 19 can register themselves on the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) portal to get vaccinated against novel Covid-19 starting from tomorrow as the government gears up to inoculate all adults at the earliest. NCOC chief and Federal Minister Asad Umar Wednesday took to his official handle to announce the decision. ‘In today’s NCOC

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On This Day: Scientists discovered Antarctic Ozone Hole

In 1985, British geophysicists Joseph Farman, Brian G. Gardiner, and Jonathan Shanklin of the British Antarctic Survey announced the detection of Antarctic Ozone Hole. In the scientific journal Nature on May 16, 1985, ‘Large losses of total ozone in Antarctica reveal seasonal ClOx/NOx interaction’, British scientists announced the detection of abnormally low levels of ozone over the South Pole. The

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WATCH – Elon Musk Wires Up Monkey’s Brain with Neuralink Implant to Play Video Games

CALIFORNIA: Neuralink, the brain-chip company of Tesla owner and SpaceX founder, Thursday released a video of a nine-year-old monkey playing video games after the U.S based company wired up his brain six weeks ago. The tech giant claimed that the macaque, named Pager, had an Artificial Intelligence chip implanted in his brain. The video posted on the company’s official handle

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First Time in History – Pentagon Releases UFO Videos

US Defense Department has officially released three Unidentified Ariel Phenomena (UAP) footages. They confirmed that the footages are real. The video released by the pentagon were captured by naval aviators. It shows an object hurling through the sky. The object can be seen moving rapidly against the wind. Pilots can be heard surprised about the movements of the object. “In

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Scientists Discover New Member of Lion Family

Researchers have classified a new species of marsupial carnivore which hunted Queensland’s rainforests 23 million years ago. They made the discovery while studying fragments of bone that is believed to have been dug up decades ago at the heritage-listed Riversleigh Fossil Field in the state’s far north west. It was originally thought the bones belonged to another species of Australian

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