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I remember as a freshman in high school, sitting in my agriculture classroom with five paragraphs laid out on paper in front of me. I was told to memorize it. Half the words rang true and...
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The basmati rice grown in Pakistan’s Punjab province is long and slender-grained. It is aromatic, fluffy when cooked and, in classic Pakistani dishes, pairs well with lentil and gravies made from chickpea flour and spices. At market, it draws...
This article analyses the position of women within the labour market with special reference to the women in Pakistan. As their sisters in other parts of the world, Pakistani women have worked constantly and continuously. They worked as mothers, household...
  Pakistan is actually a blessing for us. It contains everything that is require for the development of a country but we are in developing countries. Allah Almighty bless Pakistan with vast fertile land, flowing rivers, coastal areas, and mountains...
Presently, concept of iatrogenesis and iatrogenic disease has been spread all around the world as an emerging epidemic. Iatrogenic, a Greek word is combined of two words, Iatro and genen where Iatro means “Physician or Doctor” and Genen means...
There is a growing imperative for responses to climate change to go beyond incremental adjustments, aiming instead for society-wide transformation. In this context, sociotechnical (ST) transitions and social–ecological (SE) resilience are two prominent normative agendas. Reviewing these literatures reveals...
Introduction: Air masses are the huge body (bubbles) of air whose specific properties of humidity, temperature at any latitude are homogeneous in any direction around the global. The term 'air mass' was introduced some 70 years ago by Norwegian meteorologists...
Agriculture is considered the backbone of our national economy. Pakistan’s agriculture contributes approximately 20.8 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), provides a large scale employment and fulfills the food and nutritional requirements of the nation. It...

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