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Hafiz Saeed should shut up, best not talk about SRK

Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, the chief of Jama’at-ud-Da’wah and the alleged mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, has invited Shah Rukh Khan and other Muslims facing discrimination in India on account of their religious identity to cross over the border and stay in Pakistan. 890 more words


In the News - Tissue Technology Award

In the News – Tissue Technology Award
by Nicholas M. Palumbo

Tissue paper can be a very hard grade of paper to make efficiently. Many chemicals go into a pulp slurry to increase certain properties of paper. 268 more words

Department Of Paper And Bioprocess Engineering

Cycle rickshaw drivers pedal under heavy rain in Dhaka

Bangladesh cycle rickshaw drivers pedal under heavy rain in Dhaka, Bangladesh.


From Theory to Reality

A documentary about the success stories of the Abdus Salam International Centre if Theoretical Physics by Nicole Leghissa, in collaboration with Ambhika Samsen. Produced by Hyphae, with the support of ICTP. 106 more words

Visual Communication For Science

Is Science Fatally Flawed?

This week’s Faith and Wisdom in Science event took the discussion to the Parish of St. Luke’s Grayshott, where vicar Moray Thomas had managed to fill the village social club (excellent beer) with more than a hundred young, old and in-between.  597 more words

Theology Of Science

Dr. Ishfaq Ahmed: A love of Science for Pakistan

Dr. Ishfaq Ahmed’s contributions to Pakistan are dotted with firsts. He, as the president of the Pakistan Atomic
Energy Commission, laid the foundations for co-operation between Pakistan and CERN in the Large Hadron Collider. 522 more words


The Legacy of Science in Pakistan

Aside from the usual names like Dr. Abdus Salam, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan and Dr. Samar Mubarakmand, Pakistan has mostly forgotten the efforts of various scientists that have contributed to it’s legacy; names that don’t ring any bells, names that have become footnotes in history when they should have had entire chapters dedicated to them for their work. 53 more words