Students of NUST display their Software Engineering Genius

The NUST College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (EME) was a hub of genius on Wednesday as it hosted its 11th Inter-college software exhibition. With over 22 universities participating and 78 diverse projects, the event was a measure of the level of innovation within engineering and software development students across Pakistan.

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Google to replace CEO

SAN FRANCISCO — Eric Schmidt, a technology veteran brought in as Google Inc.’s “adult supervision” a decade ago, is relinquishing the CEO job to Larry Page, one of the prodigies who co-founded the company behind the Internet’s dominant gateway.

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Transparent probe impossible until Hajj corruption scam accused resign, says SC

The Supreme Court on Monday directed the counsel for Religious Affairs Minister Hamid Saeed Kazmi to inform the prime minister that the matter would not be investigated transparently if all the accused in the Hajj corruption scandal continued to hold office.

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Four public universities face the ire of the Sindh audit director-general

The Sindh Assembly’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) directed the vice-chancellor of a university on Tuesday to investigate a fake tender worth Rs18 million by issuing explanations to the officials concerned. . . . → Read More: Four public universities face the ire of the Sindh audit director-general

‘Massive corruption’ in the name of energy

National Assembly Standing Committee on Science and Technology on Wednesday took note of ‘corruption and irregularities’ in the construction of the office building of Pakistan Council of Renewable Energy Technologies (PCRET). The case was referred to the Pakistan Engineering Council to reassess the construction cost of the building.

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