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YouTube ban may be lifted after Eidul Fitr video-sharing website report quoted Federal Minister for Science and Technology Anusha Rehman

ISLAMABAD (Online): A ban imposed on video-sharing website YouTube may be lifted after Eidul Fitr, a report published on a local news website said.
The report quoted Federal Minister for Science and Technology Anusha Rehman as saying that an internal-member committee would be convened soon to…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/pakistan-news/youtube-ban-may-be-lifted-after-eidul-fitr-video-sharing-website-report-quoted-federal-minister-for-science-and-technology-anusha-rehman/ Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, PAKISTAN, Sudan, YouTube ban

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Building on ties: New premier indicates plan to link Gwadar with China desire to implement the Gwadar-Khunjerab-Kashgar rail network

ISLAMABAD: 
Newly-elected Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, in his maiden speech, revealed that Islamabad and Beijing have expressed a keen desire to implement the Gwadar-Khunjerab-Kashgar rail network. The project had been discussed during talks with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in his…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/international-news/building-on-ties-new-premier-indicates-plan-to-link-gwadar-with-china-desire-to-implement-the-gwadar-khunjerab-kashgar-rail-network/ Bangladesh, Gwadar-Khunjerab-Kashgar rail network, indicates plan to link, link rail Gwadar with China, Maldives Somalia, New premier, PAKISTAN, Sri Lanka

Impacts of Climatic Hazards on the Small Wetland Ecosystems (ponds): Evidence from Some Selected Areas of Coastal Bangladesh

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Most climate related hazards in Bangladesh are linked to water. The climate vulnerable poor—the poorest and most marginalized communities living in remote villages along Bangladesh’s coastal zone that are vulnerable to climate change impacts and who possess low adaptive capacity…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/articles/impacts-of-climatic-hazards-on-the-small-wetland-ecosystems-ponds-evidence-from-some-selected-areas-of-coastal-bangladesh/

Energy subsidies exceed three percent of GDP: International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Energy subsidies in Pakistan exceeded 3 percent of GDP which is substantially higher than critical social spending (health and education), a policy paper compiled by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) stated. The policy paper titled ””Energy Subsidy Reform: lessons and…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/national-news/energy-subsidies-exceed-three-percent-of-gdp-international-monetary-fund-imf/

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