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Pakistani student attains 28 A’s in O levels

Islamabad—Once again a student of Beaconhouse Complex Islamabad, Syed Zohaib Asad astonished every one by acquiring 28 A’s in Cambridge ‘O’ level examination, setting a new record at international level.

Zohaib Asad became an ‘Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award Winner’ after gaining higher marks in June 2010 Cambridge ‘O’ level exams in the course ‘Human and Social Biology’.Read More »Pakistani student attains 28 A’s in O levels

Pakistani makes kinetic-based engine

Breaking new ground in the field of energy, a Pakistani has made an engine that runs on kinetic energy, Khawar, a physicist, told while addressing a press conference on Saturday.
Shedding light on kinetic energy, Khawar said there are always two types of known motions, rotation and straight-line motion.
“Motion is an event happening while changing a specific mechanical wheel’s displacement into rotation,” he added.Read More »Pakistani makes kinetic-based engine

Dr Kanwal wins best research paper award

Lahore: Punjab University’s Chairperson Department of Library and Information Sciences (DLIS) Prof Dr Kanwal Ameen’s research paper has been chosen as an Outstanding Paper Award Winner at the Emerald Literati Network Award of Excellence 2010.

Every year Emerald invites each journal’s Editorial team to nominate what they believe has been that title’s Outstanding Paper and up to three highly commended papers from the previous 12 months. Dr Ameen’s paper entitled “Information and digital literacy: A stumbling block to development? A Pakistan perspective”, published in Library Management, has been included among award winning papers.
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