Nothing out of ordinary..although doing few weird things these days (like cycling on pedestrian path with a helmet on :D). In my leisure hours, also a doctoral candidate at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). During my memorable stay in Europe, I did my M.Sc in Communications Engineering from RWTH Aachen, Germany. Also once upon a time (good old days which seems like a distant memory now), I managed to graduate from NED University with a major in Electrical in the year 2002.
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Pakistanis are less miserable than Indians in the economic sphere, according to the Hanke Annual Misery Index (HAMI) published in early 2021 by Professor Steve Hanke. With India ranked 49th worst and Pakistan ranked 39th worst, both countries find themselves among the most miserable third of the 156 nations ranked. Hanke teaches Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Hanke explains it as follows: "In the economic sphere, misery tends to flow from high…
Pakistan textile industry is booming with exports soaring 27% to more than $6 billion in the first four months (July-October) of the current fiscal year. “We believe that $5 billion investment (in textile industry) in the Musharraf era would be matched in the next six to eight months” says Zubair Motiwala, a leading textile industrialist and chairman of Businessmen Group (BMG), as quoted in the Pakistani …