LAHORE (PPI) Dell has announced the launch of the much-awaited Dell Streak 5 in Pakistan. The Dell Streak 5 is an all-in-one ultra-portable 5-inch Android-based Pocket Tablet designed to provide users with the best web-browsing, digital entertainment and personal navigation experience. Launched in partnership with Mobilink, Pakistans market leader in cellular services with the largest portfolio of value added services and handsets, the Dell Streak 5 comes with 3 months of complimentary GPRS on the Mobilink network. The Dell Streak 5 is designed for people who are constantly interacting online and want to expand their ability to access their digital lives on-the-go, said Ali Jaleel, General Manager,Developing Markets Group, Dell. The spacious 5-inch screen is ideal for an optimized web-browsing experience with less squinting and pinching. Users can play games and watch HD videos on the brilliant and scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass screen, capture precious moments with the rear-facing 5MP auto-focus camera with dual LED flash or use the front-facing VGA webcam for video calls. The Dell Streak comes with Dells new user interface, Stage, which provides users with instant access to their favorite content bringing content to your fingertips. Dell Streak is now available at selected Mobilink Customer Care centers in selected cities at a retail price of Rs 49,999 with 3 months of FREE Mobile Internet. Mobilink customers will also get a free leather case and an extra battery with purchase of Dell Streak. Coca-Cola, WWF project near to complete LAHORE (PPI) - The second phase of a major environmental project funded by The Coca-Cola Foundation and being implemented by WWF-Pakistan is now nearing successful completion, even as the World Environment Day is celebrated on the 5th of June. This project gains further significance from the fact that the theme for the World Environment Day this year, as declared by the United Nations is, Forests - Nature at your service. This project, first started off in November 2008 was for Improving sub-watershed management and environmental awareness in Ayubia National Park (G200-Western Himalayas), and was originally scheduled to end in June 2010. It was subsequently extended up to June this year with enhanced scope, with additional funding from Coca-Cola. Even as the second phase comes to an end, plans are being finalized for a third phase, starting in July this year and lasting a full year till June 2012. The overarching goal of the projects second phase was to sustain the flow of clean water in selected springs and streams and conserve the areas biodiversity. To achieve this goal, the project focused on ensuring support from key stakeholders for improving watershed management, sustainable use of natural resources, and conservation of biodiversity. It introduced suitable land-use management practices that are now contributing to improved quality and quantity of fresh water, improved natural habitats and improved local livelihoods.