Technology

Pakistan Railways launches its e-ticketing service

The first node that comes in the mind of any customer regarding Pakistan Railways is its chaotic situation and never ending queues especially at the ticket counter. According to ministry of railways, it is the responsibility of Pakistan Railways to provide fast, affordable and comfortable railway transport to the customers. Due to the recent and sorry condition and mismanagement of this department, people tend to avoid traveling through train. But

Government ponders using armed drones to ensure CPEC safety

The government of Pakistan is thinking about using armed drones to ensure the security of China-Pakistan Economic Project (CPEC). According to the reports, usage of drones will help in safeguarding CPEC from any potential threat. The viewpoint of the government is that unmanned (remote controlled) aircrafts will be used to secure different routes. According to the official of the government, the aircrafts will also be utilized in protect railway tracks

Coke Studio launches an initiative for deaf community

Coke Studio is not just another musical platform in Pakistan. The music venture began in 2008 and under the backing of Coca Cola. It has tremendous following within the country and even across the border in India. Ahead of their 9th season, Coke Studio is partnered with Deaf Reach program to create history. The new initiative is titled ‘Coke Studio for the deaf.’ The makers are trying to reach out

Syed Basit Ali: A talented Pakistani who mimics everyone from politicians to superstars

Pakistan is blessed with enormous talent. There is no second thought about it. Plenty of young individuals in the country are committed to bring laurels by doing something extraordinary in relevant fields. Amid all this, a Lahore-based talented Pakistani Syed Basit Ali has stunned the world by mimicking everyone in a video message. Two days ago, Daily Pakistan conducted a live session with the gifted individual on their Facebook page.

PCB launches Pakistan’s only Biomechanics Lab at LUMS

If you are an emerging youngster and if you are looking to pursue the beautiful game of cricket as your profession then you need to stop worrying about going to any other country provided if your bowling action needs some modification and overhauling since Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) joined hands and inaugurated the much-awaited and state of the art Biomechanics Lab at the

After 4,600 years, we can finally see deep inside Egypt’s mysterious pyramids

You may have wondered what the inside of a pyramid looks like. Not the cavities and passages you see on “The Mummy” — the actual structure of the creation, how it was built to last all these years. The pyramids of ancient Egypt are about 4,500 years old. They have stood the test of time, great monuments on the landscape. Dusty gold and majestic. Now we can learn a little

Ethical Hacking As A Career

For those of us who grew up in the 70s or 80s they have spent a simple life, life that saw no internet, life that was not monitored by any sensor devices, which witnessed invention of new things and gradual change in technology. To find any information or to do any research was a hectic job; the reason was clear that there was no internet among people. Newspapers were rarely

VR Technology Can Help Promote Tourism In Pakistan

Virtual Reality (VR) technology enables users to experience an immersive multimedia experience into a simulated environment by integrating sound, video and 360-degree displays, giving a near-real experience of what it would feel like to be present in a real or computer-generated surrounding. Historical Context The world’s first VR Head-Mounted Display (HMD) was developed in the late 60’s by Ivan Sutherland and his student Bob Sproull. Other improved versions such as

Why are we getting disconnected in a connected world?

We are able to get connected to people in any part of the world in a matter of seconds. Yet, it seems that the same power of connectivity is making us drift apart from the people near us.  We are so busy creating online relationships that we actually neglect the people next to us.  How did we move from having vibrant physical relationships to on-screen engagements? According to Merriam-Webster dictionary,