In a major achievement, two siblings on Saturday claimed to have developed a mobile application that can help detect COVID-19.
The car has been developed at a cost of around Rs3.5 million.
The device uses sensors that detect any hurdle and conveys it to visually impaired people via vibrators.
With its global impact, the knock-on effects might result in jacked fuel prices while it's sent already rising container fares through the roof
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Ali Abbas, who runs a barbershop in Lahore, said that he tries new methods to cut hairs with each passing day.
The fact that bitcoin continues to narrow gap to the historic peak, and with many analysts forecasting it shall rally past $75,000 (Rs1.18 billion) mark by a few months, makes this asset, or as many would call it a hedge against inflation…
Naeem made the country proud by scoring the highest marks in an ACCA exam where over 527,000 students from 179 countries appeared
Polo is often termed the 'king of games' and the game of kings. It is one of the oldest sports in the world that combines the skills of the rider with the power of the horse. The sport has been historically considered the game of Princes…
NORTH YORKSHIRE: Two Pakistan-origin British police officers Uzma Amireddy and Arfan Rahouf introduce Hijab as part of police uniform in which has been approved by North Yorkshire police department. Uzma Amireddy was born in Lahore and…