Qaiser Maqsood

  • Pakistan is aiming for a knowledge economy where IT will be the top contributor to the country’s exports and job creation. With digital taking the center stage, the new proposed policy pledges to provide services to citizens, create and enhance the capacity of the industry, and reduce ...

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  • Empowerment, equality, diversity and inclusiveness in today’s world, have become important discussion points concerning women in both the professional and personal domain. The role and the contribution that women have in all aspects of our society cannot be underestimated nor can it be ...

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  • Around the time of independence, the major form of transportation in Pakistan was railways. In comparison, the road network was essentially a farm-to-market linkage. The road public transport was then limited to a tramway system in Karachi, an omnibus service in Karachi and Lahore, and a fleet of ...

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  • Picture a schoolyard, students standing in a circle around a girl or boy, being mocked for his or her clothes and possibly being shoved by some of the other students. A classic example of bullying, you might think. Now imagine this same behaviour – but happening in the devices in your ...

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