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It was mainly heat that killed them. Moeover, you could not find a bottle of cold water to give heat shocked patients because every single market and tea stall, snack shops and food shop called 'hotel' were closed. The temperature hit the unbearable and unusual high of 45 degrees centigrade on the second of Ramazan, Saturday, when the greatest number of deaths occurred in Karachi.

Green technology to turn fog into fresh water straight from the tap has put an end to exhausting daily treks to distant wells by village women in south-west Morocco. Families in five highland Berber communities have begun to benefit from "fog harvesting", a technique devised in Chile two decades ago and since taken up in countries from Peru to Namibia and South Africa.
Reflecting stimulating evocative vivid memories of the past Amir Raza's paintings in an exhibition titled "Where do we stand" at Full Circle Gallery, Karachi questions where do we stand as a Nation after about seven centuries of independence.
For centuries, women and sometimes men have squeezed their feet into tiny shoes or balanced on towering heels to feel sexy, empowered and to show their wealth and status. Now their sacrifice is being celebrated in a new exhibition, 'Shoes: Pleasure and Pain', which opens at the V&A museum in London last Saturday.
A patio has to meet the same demands as a living room, says Heike Roettgen from the Federation of German Landscape Architects: it offers space for family life to develop and sparkle. Even the keen DIY enthusiast is best advised to leave the planning of a patio to a professional - especially if it is a structure physically attached to the house, such as a balcony.
Muslims with type 2 diabetes who choose to fast during Ramazan may benefit from individualised education programmes, according to findings presented this month at the annual meeting of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) in Boston. Muslims around the world observe Ramazan by fasting from dawn until sunset. While people with diabetes are exempted from fasting under Islamic law, many still choose to do so, said Dr Mahmoud Ibrahim, an endocrinologist and the director of the Diabetes Education Center in McDonough, Georgia.
An experimental patch that could automatically deliver doses of insulin to patients with diabetes has been successfully tested in lab animals, researchers said Monday. If trials in people are shown to work, the patch could offer a less painful alternative for people who must otherwise use needles to inject themselves with insulin.
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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.894 bln
Exports $1.953 bln
Imports $3.847 bln
WeeklyJune 25, 2015
Reserves $17.457 bln