ISLAMABAD –Thailand has expressed its intention to sign a Free Trade Agreement with Pakistan to further promote trade and economic relations between the two countries.
The intention was conveyed by Thailand’s Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul during talks with Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar in Islamabad on Thursday.
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From the creation of an online shopping facility in 1979 by Michael Aldrich,to estimated sales worth $226 billion,an increase of 12 percent over 2011,through ecommerce and online retail sales in the US alone,the world of ecommerce and online shopping has changed the concept and experience of shopping for good.
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In the backdrop of protests against the anti-Islam movie,the government has announced a public holiday on Friday to observe Ishq-e- Rasool(PBUH) day,Geo News reported.
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Not realizing that the protesters “protesting”on the streets of Pakistan don’t have access to high speed internet nor the knowledge and expertise to search and view the undesirable content on websites like YouTube,PTCL and PEMRA have started blocking the websites indiscriminately and irresponsibly without regard how it might be affecting the real and genuine . . . →Read More:PTCL / PEMRA BLOCK INTERNET IN PAKISTAN
The Internet has helped untold publics to form. Yesterday,the Internet became a public.
Or rather,millions of people who care about Internet freedom used the net to organize and defend it against efforts to control and harm it.
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The wave of online protests against two Congressional bills that aim to curtail copyright violations on the Internet is gathering momentum.
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The U.S. military’s highest appeals court has rejected a petition by WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange to give their lawyers guaranteed access to the Army’s legal proceedings against the Army intelligence analyst accused of leaking thousands of military reports and diplomatic cables,Pfc. Bradley Manning.
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Google Inc said it will invest $300 million in its Hong Kong data centre,due to come online in early 2013 after the company broke ground on Thursday.
The $300 million investment includes the cost of land,construction and technical equipment,with the facility employing about 25 full-time staff when fully operational,Google said in . . . →Read More:Hong Kong data centre to receive $300 million from Google
FACEBOOK has released details of the extraordinary security infrastructure it uses to fight off spam and other cyber-scams.
Known as the Facebook Immune System (FIS),the massive defence network appears to be successful:numbers released by the company this week show that less than 1 per cent of users experience spam. Yet it’s not perfect. . . . →Read More:Facebook Looks like a safebook