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Are you ready for the longest summer day?

As the Earth travels around the Sun in its orbit, the north to south position of the Sun changes over the course of the year due to the changing orientation of the Earth’s tilted rotation axes. The dates of maximum tilt of the Earth’s equator correspond to the Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice. What are Solstices? Solstices occur…

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“We will not help Pakistan now!”

Has Pakistan lost it’s International support? At least 3 million people in the Sindh province are still in urgent need of help but nobody is there to listen to these people who are mostly farmers and villagers. First it was the government of Pakistan that did not listen to them but now it appears that…

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Pakistan Weather Update (October 15 – October 28)

Stable, dry and calm weather is prevailing over much of Pakistan and that is after all October. But now some change is likely to come. Pakistan – Outlook *High pressure is seen over Rajasthan and Sindh extending into South Punjab, adjoining Balochistan and the northern Arabian sea. *Westerlies are dominating the country. *Drop in temperature…

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The day Pakistan came to stand still!

“October 8: One minute silence for the dead!” For other countries in the world October 8 is just an another day of the year but for Pakistan it is a tragedy that Pakistan might never forget! It was a normal day of Ramadan (Muslim’s fasting month) in the country, as Islamabadis were mostly at home…

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Is Global warming just a propaganda? – Part II

In Part-I, we have discussed about the history of Global warming, its fame and it’s effects but as said earlier that there are always two sides of the story so in Part-II we shall be discussing the possible propaganda that had a huge impact on the world of 21st century. That propaganda as every one…

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Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (September 24 – September 30)

Dry Weather Expected in coming days! Pakistan is now expected to enter its most driest months that is late September till early November in which no major precipitation is expected but few western disturbances usually visit upper Pakistan with weak intensity but their intensity increases from early or mid-November. Temperatures will start to rise as…

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