Jun 222017
 
‫ایکسپو استانہ 2017ء میں نیوکٹیک کی خدمات

استانہ ایکسپو کے لیے نیوکٹیک کا سی ٹی بیگیج انسپکشن سسٹم استانہ، قزاقستان، 22 جون 2017ء / پی آر نیوزوائر /– 2017ء استانہ ایکسپو 10 جون 2017ء سے قزاقستان میں شروع ہوچکی ہے۔ اس ایکسپو میں 100 سے زائد ممالک اور بین الاقوامی انجمنیں شامل ہوں گی اور 50 لاکھ سے زائد زائرین تشریف لائیں گے۔2017 استانہ ایکسپو کا موضوع “مستقبل کی توانائی” ہے اور یہ وسطی ایشیائی ممالک میں ہونے والی اولین ایکسپو ہے۔ 10 جون سے 10 ستمبر تک یہ نمائش 93 روز تک جاری رہے گی۔ https://photos.prnasia.com/prnvar/20170621/1881466-1 جہاں کہیں بڑا عالمی پروگرام ہوا، ہمیں نیوکٹیک کا حفاظتی نظام دیکھنے کو ملتا ہے۔ ایک کامیاب ایکسپو کے انعقاد کے لیے حفاظت اولین ترجیح ہوتی ہے۔ استانہ ایکسپو کے لیے نیوکٹیک نے حفاظتی انتظامات کے 130 سے زائد سیٹس بشمول کارگو / وہیکل انسپکشن سسٹم، سی ٹی بیگیج انسپکشن سسٹم، اور ایکس-رے انسپکشن سسٹم فراہم کیے۔ تنصیب اور درستگی کا کام اپریل میں شروع ہوا اور مئی میں مکمل ہوا، اور ایکسپو میں تقسیمِ رسد کے مراکز، اہم گزرگاہوں، اور کانفرنس سینٹر میں یہ سسٹم نصب کیے گئے تاکہ سامان، گاڑیوں اور وہاں سے گزرنے والے حاضرین کے بستوںکو چیک کیا جاسکے۔ اس ایکسپو میں استعمال ہونے والا سی ٹی بیگیج انسپکشن سسٹم نیوکٹیک کا ڈیزائن و  تیار کردہ انتہائی-جدید سی ٹی بیگیج انسپکشن سسٹم ہے۔ متعدد جدید ٹیکنالوجیز سے آراستہ یہ مصنوعات جانچ کردہ شے کی کثافت، مؤثر ایٹمی نمبر، اور دیگر معلومات حاصل کرنے کی قابلیت رکھتی ہے۔ رنگین اعلیٰ معیار کی تھری ڈی تصاویر، سی ٹی [Read More…]

Jun 222017
 
Drone strikes violate Pakistan's sovereignty: FO

US's hardening stance Foreign Office (FO) Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria on Thursday said that drone strikes are against Pakistan's sovereignty.During the weekly news briefing, the spokesperson said that Pakistan's policy regarding drone strikes had always been clear, adding that such attacks are "unacceptable".The FO's statement came a day after a Pakistan Air Force JF-17 Thunder jet shot down an unmanned Iranian drone allegedly on a spying mission in Balochistan's Panjgur area.Officials said the drone was shot down after it had ventured "deep inside Pakistani airspace".In a statement released hours after the drone was shot down on Wednesday, the FO said Islamabad had notified Tehran of the development.US's hardening stance During Thursday's briefing, the FO spokesperson refused to comment on foreign media reports that US President Donald Trump's administration was likely to toughen its policy on Pakistan.Instead, the spokesperson said that Pakistan values its relationship with America and would work closely with the Trump administration.Media reports have indicated that the Trump administration is exploring toughening its approach towards Pakistan to crack down on militants allegedly based in Pakistan and launching attacks in Afghanistan.Potential Trump administration responses being discussed include expanding drone strikes, redirecting or withholding some aid to Pakistan and perhaps eventually downgrading its status as a major non-Nato ally, news reports quoting officials said.In March, Washington, announcing the first budget after Trump entered the White House, had proposed a substantial cut in foreign aid to Pakistan.Commenting on the budget cut during the briefing, the FO said that it was an "internal [Read More…]

Jun 212017
 
Nuctech serves the Expo Astana 2017

ASTANA, Kazakhstan, June 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The 2017 Astana Expo kicked off at Kazakhstan on 10thJune, 2017. More than 100 countries and international organizations will join, and over 5 million visitors are coming for the Expo. The theme of the 2017 Astana Expo is “Energy of the Future”, and it is the first Expo held in Central Asian countries. From June 10 to Sep 10, the exposition will last 93 days. Wherever there is big international event, we can see Nuctech’s security systems. To hold a successful Expo, security is always the first priority. For the Astana Expo, Nuctech provides over 130 sets of security systems including Cargo/Vehicle Inspection System, CT Baggage Inspection System, and X-Ray Inspection Systems. The installation and debugging started in April and finished in May, and the systems are going to be deployed in the logistics distribution centers, main channels, and conference centers of the Expo to check all the cargos, vehicles, and bags of visitors passing through. The CT Baggage Inspection System used in this Expo is the next-generation CT Baggage Inspection System designed and manufactured by Nuctech. Equipped with several cutting-edge technologies, the product is able to get density, effective atomic number, and other information of the items being tested. Apart from colored HD 3D images, CT images, and DR images, the product can also detect EDS and narcotics automatically. The committee of the Expo spoke highly of Nuctech’s products as well as services and invited local media to have a look, “These Nuctech [Read More…]

Jun 212017
 
Afridi terms Pakistan?s win historic, stresses importance of consistency

[embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/60489c8e3542725c9b74e732af04627b.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ni8yMS8yMDE3IDEyOjI2OjI1IFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9a0k3bUpxSTJ5M1NDYXBJbE9ZZ3hFdz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] KARACHI: Former captain Shahid Afridi has termed Pakistan’s win in the ICC Champions Trophy as one which will go down in the history books.Speaking to journalists after attending an event here on Tuesday, Afridi said: “What Sarfraz and his team have done will go down in history. When miracles happen they are remembered for a long time.”Afridi added that only a few people had expectations from the team to reach the semi-final.“They won the trophy and I would like to congratulate the entire country and in my opinion, the way the Pakistani people treated those cricketers with respect, love and the way they were welcomed is the most important thing for me.”More needs to be doneThe former skipper stated that more needs to be done to improve the state of Pakistan cricket and there should be no complacency with this win. Afridi called for an improvement in the structure, pitches, umpiring and equipment moving forward.“We should not think that after winning one trophy we have conquered the world. A lot needs to be done in domestic cricket. Winning and losing are part of the game as we saw with Australia and New Zealand. Consistency is the most important thing. There needs to be a system to ensure that Pakistan keeps winning trophies.”Pakistan the lowest-ranked team in the tournament shocked the world when they defeated India by 180 runs in the ICC Champions Trophy final on Sunday.Since the victory, there have been celebrations all across the country and [Read More…]

Jun 212017
 
Greats lament 'sad day' as Kohli topples Kumble

NEW DELHI: Batting great Sunil Gavaskar lamented a “sad day” after Anil Kumble stepped down as India coach over a rift with captain Virat Kohli, leaving the hotseat vacant once again.Kumble said Tuesday his position was “untenable” after Kohli questioned his leadership style and told the Indian board he had reservations about the spin legend extending his one-year stay.Since Duncan Fletcher left in March 2015, India, currently the world´s top Test team, have struggled for stability with Ravi Shastri and Sanjay Bangar both taking on temporary roles before Kumble´s reign.“I have very little knowledge about the differences between Virat and Anil. But it is a really sad day for Indian cricket,” Gavaskar told NDTV.“India have won everything since the time Anil took over,” he added. “I can´t see Anil doing much wrong in one year. Differences (can) happen in any team but see the results.”India suffered a humiliating defeat to Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final on Sunday, but Kumble also helped them reclaim the number-one Test ranking and maintained an unblemished record in five Test series.Former India captain and coach Bishan Singh Bedi also signalled his disappointment, tweeting: “If there´s more intelligent/committed Crkt analyser than @anilkumble 1074 on Indn horizon (we are) ignorant really!”Kumble, 46, had already appeared headed for the exit after the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) advertised for a new coach last month, although he was an automatic candidate.Former India opener Virender Sehwag and Australia´s Tom Moody are reported to be among the [Read More…]

Jun 212017
 
Hockey World League 2017: Pakistan to face off against Argentina on Thursday

[embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/28c177e5e6e9244677d771be0b89af12.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ni8yMS8yMDE3IDc6NTQ6MjUgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1LekFDTzdtSGxsYnNFdjJadDRRZHRnPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KARACHI: Pakistan hockey team, which has been favoured by luck, will face off against Argentina in the quarterfinals of Hockey World League League semi-final tournament tomorrow (Thursday).Pakistan hockey team, which conceded three consecutive defeats against Netherlands, India and Canada, qualified for the quarterfinals after Canada and Scotland drew 1-1 on Tuesday. Scotland had to win the match in order to qualify for the quarter finals of the tournament. On Monday, Pakistan tasted its first victory of the tournament after defeating Scotland 3-1 in their last pool match. World league: Pakistan hockey team leaves for UK The hockey team will play a three-match series with Ireland before the World League On the other hand, Argentina has had a dream run and has been undefeated in the competition so far. It defeated Korea 2-1, Malaysia 5-2, China 10-0 and it drew with England 3-3. In other quarter finals fixtures, India will face off against Malaysia, Netherlands against China and England against Canada. The World League Semifinal Round is also a 2018 World Cup qualifier.However, if Pakistan fails to qualify for the world cup it will have to win the Asian Hockey Champions Trophy, which will be held in India later this year. Click for detailed story

Jun 212017
 

Adviser to PM on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said Pakistan will not take any sides in the recent stand-off between Saudi Arabia and Qatar. “Pakistan doesn’t want to interfere in other countries matters and will stick to its non-partisan policy on the Middle East issue,” he briefed the Senate’s committee on Foreign Affairs on Wednesday, according to Express News. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya and the United Arab Emirates announced on June 5 they were severing diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing the Gulf state of supporting terrorism. Saudi king appoints son as crown prince in major reshuffle Commenting on former army chief Gen (retd) Raheel Sharif’s appointment in the Saudi-led military alliance, Sartaj said he had gone to head the group “in personal capacity”. However, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif had earlier confirmed that Gen Raheel was given the NOC by the government to lead the military alliance against terrorism. According to sources, the government in principle agreed to be part of the Saudi initiative if its sole purpose was to fight terrorism and extremism. The final decision, however, will be taken once the terms of reference of the alliance are finalised. The post Pakistan to stay neutral in Saudi-Qatar rift: Sartaj Aziz appeared first on The Express Tribune. Click for detailed story

Jun 202017
 
India and Afghanistan Open Air Freight Corridor to Bypass Pakistan

NEW DELHI � Although Afghan businesses have long wanted to exploit the potential of India’s huge market, trade between the two countries has been hampered due to their tense relations with Pakistan.But a plane loaded in Kabul with 60 tons of medicinal plants landed in New Delhi this week, raising hopes of giving a major boost to commerce between landlocked Afghanistan and India.The flight flagged off the establishment of a new air cargo corridor between the two countries. Along with another, more long-term initiative to develop the Iranian port of Chabahar, India hopes to ease access to conflict-ridden Afghanistan and eventually to Central Asian countries.Pakistan is a barrierPakistan allows Afghanistan to send a limited amount of perishable goods over its territory to India, through which the shortest and most cost effective land routes lie. However, India is not allowed to send any imports through Pakistani territory.Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani decided to establish the air corridor last September after Pakistan rejected fresh calls by the Afghan leader to allow his country to engage in direct trade with India over its territory.Although India is the second largest destination for exports from Afghanistan, this lack of easy access has been a dampener.Air corridor tradeIn New Delhi, officials hope the new corridor will boost annual trade between the two countries from $700 million to $1 billion in three years and give a lift to exports of Afghanistan’s agricultural and carpet industries.A second flight is scheduled to land in [Read More…]

Jun 202017
 
‫2017ء چینی بین الاقوامی آبی مصنوعات کی نمائشنے دنیا بھر کے خریداروں کو متوجہ کرلیا

ژانگجیانگ، چین ، 20 جون 2017 ء/ سنہوا-ایشیانیٹ / — 2017ء چینی بین الاقوامی آبی مصنوعات کی نمائش (سی آئی اے پی ای 2017ء) و چینی سمندری غذائی حصول کا میلہ 18 جون سے ژانگجیانگ بین الاقوامی کنونشن و نمائشی مرکز میں شروع ہوچکا ہے۔ “چینی آبی مصنوعات کی صنعت کو دنیا سے منسلک کرنے اور دنیا بھر کو اس کی ترقی سے فائدہ حاصل کرنے کا موقع فراہم کرنے” کے عزم سے شروع ہونے والی سی آئی اے پی ای 2017ء میں چین کی آبی مصنوعات کے معیار و حفاظت اور ملکی و بین الاقوامی سطح پر آبی مصنوعات اور سمندری غذا کے تاجروں کے ساتھ ساتھ ماہی گیری کے سازوسامان تیار کرنے کی صنعت کے لیے ایک وسیع، ون-اسٹاپ ایکسچینج پلیٹ فارم تیار کرنے کے لیے بیلٹ اینڈ روڈ انیشی ایٹو کے فروغ سے حاصل ہونے موقع سے فائدہ اٹھانے پر خصوصی توجہ دی گئی ہے۔ ایک اندازے کے مطابق نمائش نے 200 سے زائد نمائش کنندگان، 3,000سے زائد خریداروں کے ساتھ ساتھ بیرون ممالک بشمول امریکا، بھارت، ایران اور چند یورپی ممالک، اور 30 سے زائد چینی صوبوں (شہر و اضلاع) کی کیٹرنگ کے شعبے کی کئی بااثر شخصیاتکی  توجہ حاصل کی۔ افتتاحی روز نمائش میں 20,000سے زائد حاضرین نے شرکت کی۔ نمائش میں نہ صرف ہر قسم کی آبی مصنوعات اور آبی زراعت کی تکنیک، ساز و سامان، خوراک اور ادویات دستیاب تھیں بلکہ خوراک کا سامان، تیار کرنے کا عمل اور محفوظ رکھنے کی ٹیکنالوجی اور ساز و سامان کے ساتھ ماحولیاتی تحفظ اور جراثیم [Read More…]

Jun 202017
 
Pakistan played ?perfect game? in Champions Trophy win: Gilchrist

NEW DELHI: Australian cricketing legend Adam Gilchrist on Monday credited Pakistan´s adaptability and perseverance in the face of domestic challenges as key to their rout of favourites India in the Champions Trophy.Pakistan, once a cricketing powerhouse, has watched its world ranking slide as top teams have refused to tour the conflict-prone country, forcing the home side to play all international matches abroad.Only Zimbabwe have visited Pakistan since a 2009 attack on the Sri Lanka team bus in Lahore which prompted all other major teams to call off tours.Pakistan entered the eight-team Champions Trophy in England and Wales ranked dead last, but upset arch-rivals India with a 180-run thrashing in Sunday´s final.“Deep in your heart, as a cricket lover, you can´t be disappointed to see a nation like that (win). We all know their struggles of not getting any international cricket back home,” Gilchrist told reporters in New Delhi.“They are basically a nomadic team which plays abroad. Perhaps because of that, they were able to adjust well in those conditions.” It was Pakistan´s first international 50-over trophy since winning the 1992 World Cup.Gilchrist compared their against-the-odds win to the West Indies´ victory over England in the World Twenty20 final in 2016, despite troubles plaguing their cricket board at home.“The only predictable thing about Pakistan cricket is that they are unpredictable,” said the former wicketkeeper-batsman, adding the win was a “positive story” for cricket.“Pakistan played what seems to be a perfect game of cricket. India, after a very impressive tournament, just got [Read More…]

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