Date archive forAugust, 2015
By Editor On Thursday, August 13th, 2015
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Illegal trade pushing black-winged Myna towards extinction

Press Release Jakarta, Indonesia: So rare that captive breeding centres have been robbed, the soaring prices and drop in availability of Black-winged Mynas in trade point to a species on the brink. Black-winged More...

By Editor On Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
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2,000 samplings planted for greener Karachi

Staff Report KARACHI: Aman Foundation, Pakistani private foundation, has launched Shajar-e-Aman, its tree plantation campaign for a greener Karachi with a ceremony at Karachi’s Hill Park on Wednesday. Shoaib More...

By Editor On Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
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Changing climate due to the increasing population: Experts believe population control is not difficult

Shakeel Ahmed Multan, Punjab Some of the scientists believe that increasing rate of climate change is due to rapid growth in population, but health care experts believe that by adopting scientific methods for More...

By Editor On Tuesday, August 11th, 2015
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‘The moment we waited for years’

Recent monsoon rain brought smiles on the faces of people of Thar Desert Manoj Kumar THARPARKAR, SINDH: Known for its colourful culture, traditions and unique arts, the region of Tharparkar in Pakistan is constantly More...

By Editor On Monday, August 10th, 2015
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Residential complexes ‘eat’ greens of Karachi

Hanif Dilmurad KARACHI: Karachi is among the world’s largest cities, where rapid population and industrial growth, migration from the restive regions and the country, as well as a rise in pollution and the number More...

By Editor On Friday, August 7th, 2015
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Sindh to get renewable energy parks to resolve power crisis

By Zulfiqar Kunbhar KARACHI: Pakistan has become worst hit country to climate change and its southern Sindh province is becoming more vulnerable to extreme weather events. The recent heat wave that killed more More...

By Editor On Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
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‘Thar can be saved by conserving natural resources’

Staff Report KARACHI: Climate Change has disturbed weather pattern, especially in countries like Pakistan where irregular monsoon rains have forced disaster-prone areas such as the Thar Desert to face the severity More...

By Editor On Monday, August 3rd, 2015
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Seminar hilights the importance of water governance

U.S-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water holds executive seminar on ‘Water Governance in Pakistan’ PRESS RELEASE KARACHI An executive seminar on ‘Water Governance in Pakistan’ was organized More...