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  • Islamabad - Imagine a wearable device that detects illegal bowling action, tracks arm force, action time and amount of spin to determine bowler’s performance and consistency. A group of fresh graduates has come up with such a device, which they plan to launch by the end of this year. The ...

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  • Islamabad - As the sound of fireworks ring through the air, one should also look to the less-extravagant displays of Independence Day celebrations and revel in the smaller joys. The simple ritual of pinning a green and white badge to one’s clothes or backpack, or stopping at a flag stand can ...

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  • Islamabad - Once a picturesque hill station, it is not impossible to mistake Murree for a garbage dump now. Tourists throw soda bottles, boxes, shopping bags and wrappers on the roads, hillsides and sidewalks. Dumpsters are either absent or not used and the waste presents a sickening sight. Their ...

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  • Islamabad - The Aurat Foundation celebrated seven years of achievements of the Gender Equity Program (GEP) held at a local hotel on Thursday. Implemented by the financial backing of the United States Agency for International Development, GEP is the largest stand-alone gender initiative turned ...

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  • islamabad The water shortage in Islamabad has become even worse for the residents, as the dreary scorching heat of July hits the city hard. As the supply goes down, the number of water complaints has risen to alarming figures ranging from 70-100 per day in a single sector of the city as compared ...

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