A policeman with a gun stands on a vehicle as smoke bellows from Jinnah International airport in Karachi June 9, 2014. PHOTO: REUTERS
Jinnah International Airport in Karachi was targeted by the TTP late on June 9; the attack claimed 28 lives.
I have been reading about Graphene for a while now and it does seem to possess properties that will make it an integral material for many products in the future. I wish more Pakistani women were interested in the sciences. There is so much information available on the internet regarding science and technology. I am hopeful for the current internet connected generation in Pakistan as we have the ability to progress the equivalent of 50 years in just a few short years if more people would discover the wonder that is science and the amount of powerful knowledge that is free online.
Thank you for this wonderful article.
research on how to protect democracy first….. graphene is a far cry for pakistan now … :)
Riya, your negative comment aren’t appreciated. Well written article!
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