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Three Pakistanis receive Queen’s Young Leaders award in UK

Three Pakistanis receive Queen's Young Leaders award 2018

Three young Pakistanis were honoured on Tuesday with the Queen’s Young Leaders Awards at the Buckingham Palace, with the UK’s Elizabeth II bestowing the accolades to the youngsters. Haroon Yasin, Hassan Mujtaba Zaidi, and Mahnoor Syed are the three young Pakistanis who have made the country d proud with their big achievement. The 2018 #QueensYoungLeaders 🎉🎉🎉 pic.twitter.com/Tk6k3SQ337 — Queens Young Leaders (@QueensLeaders) June ... Read More »

Pakistani student Sabika among 10 killed in Texas school shooting

Pakistani student Sabika among ten killed in Texas school shooting

Pakistani student Sabika Sheikh among victims of Texas school shooting Sabika Sheikh, a Pakistani exchange student, is one of the student victims in Friday’s shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas. In a letter sent to the YES programme students by Megan Lysaght, the program manager at American Councils for International Education, wrote: “It is with the greatest sadness ... Read More »

Pakistani students win bronze medal in International Chemistry Olympiad

Pakistani Student bags bronze medal in International Chemistry Olympiad

HEC sent Maaha Ayub along with three other students to 49th International Chemistry Competition Pakistan is swelling with talent and we should be proud of these young and educated guns. These brilliant students are rich assets of Pakistan’s future. A team from Pakistan, comprised of four most talented students was sent to compete against 297 students of chemistry subject around the ... Read More »

Pakistan’s first Phased Array Radar developed by CUST University students

Pakistan’s first Phased Array Radar developed by CUST University studentsPakistan’s first Phased Array Radar developed by CUST University students

Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST) Islamabad has successfully conducted a field trial for Pakistan’s first ever Phased Array Radar. Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST) in Islamabad has successfully conducted a field trial for Pakistan’s first ever Phased Array Radar. The radar which will be used for air surveillance has been pioneered under Controls and Signal Processing ... Read More »

Pakistan’s most memorable Moments of 2016

Pakistan's most memorable Moments of 2016

The year 2016 has been an eventful one for the Pakistanis. From winning a second Oscar to historic opening of Gwadar deep sea port, from the top ranking in Test Cricket to winning global recognition, the year had some amazing moments to offer. Before celebrating the new year, let us take a walk down memory lane by remembering 2016’s top moments. ... Read More »

Rafia Baig is the first Pakistani woman to join Bomb Disposal Unit

Meet Rafia Baig, the first Pakistani woman to join bomb squad

Meet Rafia Baig, the first Pakistani woman to join bomb squad A 29-year-old woman from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has become the first Pakistani female to join the Bomb Disposal Unit (BDU). This news is particularly significant for the people of KPK province, where a woman has entered what is considered a “man’s job” (bomb disposal/firefighting). Rafia’s achievements and passions are guiding beacon ... Read More »

US Ambassador congratulates Pakistani Fulbright and Humphrey alumni

US Ambassador congratulates Pakistani Fulbright and Humphrey alumni

American Ambassador David Hale congratulated the alumni on their accomplishments and urged them to continue applying the skills and connections to their professional and personal pursuits in Pakistan. ISLAMABAD – Approximately 250 Pakistani alumni of the Fulbright Program and Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program gathered at the Higher Education Commission in Islamabad for a conference that examined how they can ... Read More »

Pakistan ranks 154 out of 183 countries on Youth Development Index 2016

Pakistan ranks 154 out of 183 countries on Youth Development Index 2016

Pakistan’s poor performance in the areas of education, financial inclusion and political participation led to declining score on Youth Development Index 2016 Pakistan is among the worst countries for young people aged 15 to 29 to live in, according to the latest survey of Youth Development Index (YDI) 2016 compiled by Commonwealth Secretariat. At a dismal ranking of 154 among ... Read More »

Space Week 2016 sparks interest of Pakistani Youth in Space Science

World Space Week 2016 Pakistan

The four-day World Space Week 2016 event was held from 19th to 22nd October 2016 at IST Islamabad campus to generate space awareness among the general public and students Over 7000 space enthusiasts and young students from 150 different schools and colleges of Islamabad and Rawalpindi had the chance to explore the wonders of space science and technology at World Space ... Read More »

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