More than 150 entrepreneurs had the opportunity to network and learn from key figures leading the business and entrepreneurship industries on Saturday, Nov. 4 at the Argyle Country Club in Silver Spring, MD.
Washington DC – (Asad Khan): The Embassy of Pakistan, Washington DC held a commemorative event paying tribute to 122 innocent children who were martyred by the terrorists in Army Public School (APS) Peshawar on December 16, 2014.
Washington DC (Asad Khan) – Professor Shahida Hasnain of Pakistan and Dr Samir Saha of Bangladesh have been named as the two laureates of the 2017 Carlos J. Finlay UNESCO Prize for Microbiology. Read more
Asad Khan (Washington DC): Who you hang out with matters more than you may think.
In fact, your friendships could have a major impact on your net worth.
After researching the daily habits of wealthy people for five years, author Thomas C. Corley found that they avoid one type of person at all costs: pessimists.
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Solar power is taking off in a big way as more and more Americans turn to renewable energy sources. However, the tech isn’t without its flaws. One of the main problems is that solar panels only generate power at certain times, and those times aren’t always in line with the needs of homeowners. Some states, such as California and Arizona, see an abundance of solar energy produced during the day, but that production falls off in the evening when power usage is at its highest. This can be a problem for both consumers and utility companies alike. That doesn’t mean there aren’t solutions to this problem. There are consumers who rely on such solutions every day to power their smartphones. We’re talking about batteries, of course.
Washington DC (Asad Khan): The Federal Minister of Interior, Mr. Ahsan Iqbal, addressed a gathering of students, academicians, think tank analysts, and media persons at an exclusive event organized by the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies in
When the Pakistani interior minister went to attend a controversial court hearing on Oct. 2, the paramilitary force securing the area blocked him from entering. When he demanded to speak to a higher-up, he was told to wait. Read more
A World Bank report warns that Pakistan’s external sector situation could become unsustainable due to a lack of policy actions. The report, however, appears to exaggerate the problem due to the claim that Islamabad needs $31 billion this year to meet foreign financial obligations.