Swaddling A Newborn Myths & Realities

In many cultures around the world newborn babies are swaddled to help them settle and fall asleep. Parents are in need to be warned about the risks and after effects of wrapping their little ones too tight. Although the popular cloth-wrapping method, which has been used for centuries, is used to help calm and soothe young […]

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ABL Organizes seminar on “Transition from Family Owned Structure to Corporate Structure” at Peshawar

PESHAWAR – As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, ABL CRBG-North and RMG organized a seminar on “Transition from Family Owned structure to corporate structure” recently at Peshawar, which was chaired by Mr. Muhammad Kamran Shehzad (Ex-Deputy Governor, SBP). The objective of the seminar was to sensitize the participants with the opportunities that exist in […]

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Nestle Waters

Drip Irrigation Promises Massive Potential to Save Water, Nestlé Waters inaugurate a site

LAHORE – Nestlé Waters Senior Vice President and Head of Technical, Peter Hagmann, inaugurated a site near Sheikhupura under Nestlé Pakistan’s Agricultural Efficiency Project. The project has the potential to help save 54 million liters of water annually. It is part of the company’s ‘Caring for Water’ initiative which undertakes collective approach to help address the […]

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JS Bank partners with Hadron Solar for Solar Financing

KARACHI – Under the State Bank of Pakistan’s (SBP) scheme of financing solutions for renewable energy, JS Bank has partnered with Hadron Solar for promoting solar panel funding for Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and homeowners as well as solar powered tube wells for farmers. By joining hands, JS Bank and Hadron Solar seek to […]

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Eradication of corruption from country collective duty: NAB Chairman

ISLAMABAD – Chairman National Accountability Bureau Justice Retired Javed Iqbal says the eradication of corruption from the country is a collective duty of everyone. Addressing federal secretaries in Islamabad on Wednesday, he said presently there is supremacy of law and constitution in the country and bureaucracy should not accept any political pressure. Chairman NAB said […]

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Healthy Woman

Healthy Woman- A Bridge to Developed Nation

Women are the heart of the family and a family is the basic unit of civilized society.  If women are emotionally, physically, and spiritually healthy than the society will be healthy as well. If women are broken, unhealthy and depressed then society will be unhealthy and depressed as well. Women are the superglue that hold […]

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Greenstar and PAPAC

Annual National Assembly Held by Greenstar and PAPAC to Address Post Abortion Care Issues

LAHORE –Greenstar Social Marketing (GSM), an independent network member of Population Services International, and current secretariat of Pakistan Alliance for Post Abortion Care (PAPAC) organized the Annual National Assembly of the its members and associates in Lahore today. The event was held to address issues pertaining to low Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) yet a declining fertility […]

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Money laundering case – Court extends bail of Asif Zardari and other

ISLAMABAD – A Banking Court in Karachi Wednesday extended the interim bail of nine accused in money laundering case, including former President Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur, till 14th of next month. The court adjourned the hearing of bail application of Anwar Majeed and Abdul Ghani Majeed in the case till sixth […]

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PM assures MQM of addressing peoples’ problem in Sindh

ISLAMABAS – A delegation of Muttahida Qaumi Movement called on Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Wednesday and discussed problems faced by Sindh province especially its big cities such as Karachi and Hyderabad. In his remarks, Prime Minister Imran Khan said the government is cognizant of the problems faced by the people of Sindh […]

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Effect of Mobile Phone on Children's Health

Effect of Mobile Phone on Children’s Health

Children are not fully-grown yet, and they are just little adults, their growing minds and bodies make them uniquely vulnerable to the effects of the environment around them, including all types of radiations generated by mobile phones, iPads, tablets, smart phones and all other kinds of wireless devices. Because in new era, technology is being […]

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