5 day diarrhea workshop organized by Save the Children

LAHORE: “The provincial government will spend Rs20 billion in three years to provide safe drinking water for children in rural areas. This will help control diarrhoea among children,” said Health Secretary Babar Hayat Tarar on Tuesday.

He was speaking at the inauguration of a five-day workshop on diarrhoea prevention and control organised by Save the . . . → Read More: 5 day diarrhea workshop organized by Save the Children

The Lying Game

Every nation has certain characteristics that define its people at all times and all aspects of their lives. These qualities are not static, but as the nation advances they can and usually do change. Amongst their many characteristics, Pakistanis can easily be associated with their incorrigible habit of lying. So be it the political parties . . . → Read More: The Lying Game

Educating Pakistan’s girls

Pakistan has a very low primary- to-college retention rate: only one per cent of the children who enrol in school end up completing 12 years of education. The number of females who achieve this feat is even lower. It is unfortunate to see that the current education system and the socio-economic conditions are discriminatory towards females, . . . → Read More: Educating Pakistan’s girls

New broadband satellite offers hope to rural areas

Rural areas could get connection of up to 10mbps early next year thanks to Hylas, a new broadband satellite

By Matt Warman The Telegraph

High speed broadband connections could finally extend to remote rural areas thanks to the launch of a new satellite. The “Highly Adaptable Satellite” (Hylas) will launch this evening and offer up . . . → Read More: New broadband satellite offers hope to rural areas