Posted on March 7, 2010
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Economy & Development, Environment, Science and Technology
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47 responses to “Pakistan Considering a Ban on Import of Used Computers: Good Idea or Bad?”

  1. fukattsoft says:

    Researchers on the national university (NUST) have evolved a bilingual (Urdu and English) screening app, the first of its type in Urdu on the android ecosystem, which allows Pakistanis to self-display for COVID-19, pronounced the news.

    Developed at the countrywide center of robotics and automation (NCRA), the app, named COVID take a look at Pakistan, has been used for over 8,000 screenings (and counting) in 9 unique countries, which include us, united kingdom, UAE, and Saudi Arabia, in the first two days of its beta rollout on March 23, 2020.

    https://fukatsoft.com/b/nust-develops-covid-19-app -for-corona-screening/

  2. imtiaz gul says:

    I am a student doing my (HSC pre-engineering)2nd year using a secondhand dell Gx280 i bought it for about 5000 because of the cheap rate i am able to buy it other wise i cant afford buying a new pc which cost more than 15000.