KARACHI: A colourful exhibition titled ‘Rhythmic Illusion’ by Salman Farooqi was inaugurated at Artscene Gallery.
Almost 40 paintings by the artist are on display for the delight of art enthusiasts.
The artist has focused on three objects; trees, architectural structures and boats. These objects give birth to his peculiar landscapes, to be more precise, landscapes, cityscapes and seascapes. He limits the dominant points with square dabs of paint on habitats and trees. That makes his work semi
ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Climate Change marked the International Day for Biological Diversity 2013and organised a seminar to highlight the significance of water and biodiversity across the country.
Ministry of Climate Change Secretary Syed Muhammad Ali Gardezi said that providing and sustaining water for the needs of the surging population has become a daunting challenge of the present time and achieving sustainable development in both the developed and developing countries, and Pakistan is
Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and and Technology holds 19th National Research Conference
* More than 78 research papers presented by scholars from all over country
ISLAMABAD: Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and and Technology (SZABIST) held 19th National Research Conference (NRC) on Management Sciences, Computer Science and Social Sciences.
During the conference, more than 78 research papers were presented by scholars from all over the country on various thematic issues.
In his welcoming speech, Conference Chairperson and Social Sciences Department Head Dr
* Vice chancellor says electronic version of books should be available for easy accessibility
ISLAMABAD: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will soon upgrade its communication network with new electronic devices to reach its students, providing them curriculum-related material at their doorsteps.
Currently, the university is depending on postal services for providing books and study material to their students.
While presiding over a meeting on communication network held at the
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<P>DARIEN, IL ? A new study provides neurobiological evidence for dysfunction in the neural circuitry underlying emotion regulation in people with insomnia, which may have implications for the risk relationship between insomnia and depression.</P>
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<P>Researchers working to improve durability in fuel cell powered buses, including a team from Simon Fraser University, have discovered links between electrode degradation processes and bus membrane durability.</P>
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<P>Exactly 50 years after the US-American meteorologist Edward Lorenz discovered chaos (remember the "butterfly effect"?) the topic is still as fascinating as ever. A new visualization technique developed at the University of Vienna helps to make chaos visible
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<P>CORVALLIS, Ore. ? A new study shows there is a gender gap when it comes to behavior and self-control in American young children ? one that does not appear to exist in children in Asia.</P>
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<P>Re-routing anti-cancer drugs to the "power plants" that make energy to keep cells alive is a promising but long-neglected approach to preventing emergence of the drug-resistant forms of cancer ? source of a serious medical problem, scientists are reporting. That's the conclusion of a new study published in the journal ACS Chemical Biology.