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Corporate farming: boon or bane in pakistan?

Corporate farming, also known as agribusiness, is a system where large corporations or companies engage in agricultural practices for profit. In recent years, corporate farming has gained prominence in Pakistan's agricultural sector. Pakistani agribusiness is profoundly wasteful predominantly in view of extremely low landholding that weakens with time as it is appropriated to the huge number of main beneficiaries after the demise of father or lawful landowner. One of the significant downsides in farming is the little landholding size in Pakistan. Around 27 million sections of land of development is finished on 6 sections of land or

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Cracking the energy mix for a brighter pakistan

The worldwide interest for energy has been consistently ascending because of populace development, urbanization, and expanded industrialization. To satisfy this need, nations are progressively zeroing in on their energy blend, which alludes to the mix of fuel sources used to produce power and power different areas of the economy. Pakistan is an emerging nation with a populace of more than 240 million individuals. The country's energy demand has been expanding quickly throughout recent a very long time because of populace development, urbanization, and industrialization. Pakistan's energy blend is overwhelmed by petroleum derivative

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Digitization in pakistan: unlocking growth opportunities

The report titled "South Asia's Digital Opportunity: Accelerating Growth, Transforming Lives" takes an in-depth look at the promising prospects and challenges associated with digitalizing the economies, societies, and governments of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The findings of the report highlight that while some countries within the region are reaping the benefits of expanded access to services and markets, new job opportunities, enhanced growth, reduced trade costs, and an improved quality of life due to increased digitalization, there remains untapped potential in fully harnes

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Business challenges in pakistan 2023

The ease and cost of doing business determine the requirements for doing business in any nation in terms of international standards. There has been a significant increase in foreign direct investment (FDI) into countries where it is simple to run a medium-sized, large-sized, or small business without any additional difficulties. As a result, a growing number of international businesses are eager to establish operations there or enter into joint ventures with the countries of the region. According to the World Bank's Doing Business Report, Pakistan ranks 174th out of 189 countries in terms of how much it costs to conduct business th

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Future of agriculture in pakistan: a vision for sustainable growth

Agriculture is the backbone of Pakistan's economy, contributing around 20% to the country's GDP and employing over 40% of the workforce. However, the sector is facing numerous challenges, including climate change, water scarcity, soil degradation, and low productivity. To ensure sustainable growth and food security, Pakistan needs to adopt innovative technologies and practices that can enhance productivity, reduce environmental impact, and improve the livelihoods of farmers. In this article, we will discuss the future of agriculture in Pakistan and the potential of emerging technologies to transform the sector.

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Artificial intelligence causing millions of job-cuts

Whether you work as a doctor, surgeon, x-ray technician, journalist, book or article editor, factory worker, banker, dish washer, household worker, TV host, clerk, stenographer, etc., would you believe that your job is in danger even in Pakistan? Office administrative support, legal, architecture and engineering, business and financial operations, management, sales, healthcare, and art and design will be the most affected industries, according to a global report. Robots and technology will continue to replace truck and cab drivers, cashiers, retail sales associates, and people who work in factories and manufacturing plants. The maj

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Restructuring energy mix of pakistan

It is no longer a secret that mismanaged Pakistan is blessed with untapped natural resources. The German think tank, Agora Energiewendie sees Pakistan has the potential to generate at least 33,000 megawatts of solar and wind power or more than 48 per cent of the planned increase in electricity production to nearly 70,000MW in the next 10 years. This will entail in generation cost savings of 15pc and emission savings of almost 50pc. An international webinar was organized jointly by Agora Energiewende, Germany and Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) Renewable energy officials and experts. They not only reviewed but also discussed the

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Exploiting the unexplored potential of pakistan's blue economy

The world has started giving importance to blue economy but Pakistan has not yet paid heed to this almost lasting opportunities. The idea of 'Blue Economy' recognizes the seas and oceans as main drivers for economic development with great potential for innovation and growth. A sustainable blue economy is a marine-based economy that contributes to food security, poverty eradication, livelihoods, income, employment, health, safety, equity, and political stability. Some countries have also taken it upon themselves to implement strategies and policies that support the idea of Blue Economy. Among these are Denmark and Norway that have

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Towards age reversal from old age to youth

Ageism is pervasive in our society, and it's often so covert that many people don't know how to identify or challenge it. Old people start dreaming to be young again. Science can now help in this matter as during new experiments in Boston labs, old, blind mice have regained their eyesight, developed smarter, younger brains and built healthier muscle and kidney tissue. On the flip side, young mice have prematurely aged, with devastating results to nearly every tissue in their bodies. For the first time, the experiments show aging is a reversible process, capable of being driven "forwards and backwards at will," said anti-aging expe

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Economic recovery challenges

During the preceding year, Pakistan has been entangled with problems one after another be it social, political, economic or else. These problems have left the country not only redundant on different fronts, but also created an enormous black hole which is engulfing different segments of society and country one by one. At this point of juncture, we need to be honest with ourselves and realizes that, today, hopelessness has penetrated deep in the hearts of the people who are struggling for their survival on a daily basis. The political polarization has augmented the uncertainty and instability looming large everywhere. Health and ed

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The line; new wonders for the world, city with no roads, cars or emissions

Several science fiction movies portray a city in a single building. Such cities are self-contained habitats, incorporating all essential infrastructure, including energy generation, food production, waste management and water. Here comes Arcology that is the fusion of architecture with ecology, a comprehensive urban perspective. In nature, as organisms evolve, they increase in complexity and become a more compact system. A city should similarly evolve, functioning as a living system. Architecture and ecology as one integral process, is capable of demonstrating a positive response to the many problems of urban civilization – popula

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Calming colors of noise

The color of noise or noise spectrum denotes to the power spectrum of a noise signal which is a signal produced by a stochastic process. Different colors of noise are differentiated with one another on the basis of their properties. For example, as audio signals they will sound different to human ears, and as images they will have a visibly different texture. Therefore, each application typically requires noise of a specific color. This sense of 'color' for noise signals is similar to the concept of timbre in music (which is also called "tone color"; however, the latter is almost always used for sound, and may consider very detailed