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Research papers on Pak president's immunity stolen in Islamabad

Research papers related to Pakistan president's immunity have been stolen from the residence of the Supreme Court official in Islamabad. Islamabad News Sources -2

Research papers on president’s immunity stolen

Research papers on immunity of heads of the states have been stolen from the residence of an official of the apex court in Islamabad, DawnNews reported on Thursday. Islamabad News Sources

Biotechnology comes without proper research

ISLAMABAD: Biotechnology is the best option to tackle issues of food security and economic development in developing countries, but in Pakistan it has not yielded desired results because of its entry through ‘back door channels’. This was the observation of Dr Mariechel Navarro, Manager, Global Knowledge Centre on Crop Biotechnology International Service for Acquisition of Agri-biotech […]

Generic medicines flooding market sans tests, research

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government and pharmaceutical companies are playing with the lives of people as contrary to the common practice of registering Islamabad News Sources

Cross-border education: Indo-Pak scientists to collaborate on research

ISLAMABAD:  Pakistani and Indian scientists on Tuesday agreed to identify specialised institutions for collaborative works, research, joint workshops, seminars and exchange of scientists, university professors and students. A six-member delegation of scientists from the Indian National Science Academy (INSA), headed by INSA President Dr Krishan Lal, is on a three-day visit to Pakistan on the […]

Sharing research: ‘Provinces should work together to ensure child protection’

Provinces should work together for child protection by sharing their experiences with each other. This was the crux of a two-day consultation on “Adapting System Approach to Child Protection in Pakistan”, said a press release issued by the Child Rights Legal Centre (CRLC) in Islamabad on Friday. The consultation was organised by the CRLC in […]

The right way: Teachers lack experience to deal with minority children: research

  ISLAMABAD:  Female teachers in Hazara division lack the experience to deal with minority children in classrooms. This was the finding of Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) researcher Afsheen Naz, who presented her paper in a three-day conference that concluded here on Thursday. Her findings revealed that most female teachers deal conservatively with religious minorities. […]

UK funding to help stretch role of universities beyond research

Islamabad Pakistan is likely to become the second country in the world to establish higher education innovative fund to measure the innovative and The News International – Islamabad

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