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A solar cell that resembles a flower is offering a new take on green energy in Japan, where one scientist is searching for renewables that look good. In a country badly scarred by the tsunami-sparked nuclear disaster at Fukushima three years ago, the hydrangea-inspired solar offering is small beer alongside one of the world's biggest offshore wind power farms now floating off the country's east coast.

The main attraction at the seven-day Youth Festival - I Am Karachi was painting a mural where any young boy or girl who wants to paint can paint anything he/she likes in any medium. No matter if the painting is immature in nature. The purpose was to give a platform to the talent trapped inside our youth as they have no venue to show it.
It has long been known that the practice of mummification of the dead in ancient Egypt - fundamental to that civilisation's belief in eternal life - was old, but only now are researchers unwrapping the mystery of just how long ago it began.
Millions of tourists travel to Berlin each year with many hoping to discover traces of the city's divided past. The Berlin Wall that divided the city for almost three decades fell 25 years ago but there are still some sections remaining.
Some 37 imported foods and toiletries have disappeared from the market in Karachi, on grounds they contain haram ingredient or their processing was not halal. Since there is no official notice from any government ministry or department, it means some individuals have gone around pressurising storekeepers to remove these consumer items from the shelves.
Renowned educationist Anita Ghulamali died on Friday August 8. Ever ready to support any good campaign for the uplift of Pakistani women and children, she was passionately committed to providing quality education to people. Her ideas were unusual, but always matter-of-fact and realistic, such as her appeal to the affluent class to adopt a school. She was not an idealist, which is the reason she could work in the government of Sindh. She was aware that only government has the wherewithal to bring change.
The Panama Canal celebrated its centennial Friday, but it isn't looking back as much as its looking forward. The waterway that officially opened on August 15, 1914, when the canal's first pilot made the first official transit of the canal, is in the midst of a construction project on a third set of locks and has an eye on further updates needed to maintain its status as a crucial instrument in world trade.

 



 
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