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CHLORINATION IS the most suitable option to resolve growing problem of microbial contaminant in water under existing socio-economic and socio-technological scene in Pakistan, said by Dr Muhammad Aslam Tahir, Chief Research Officer Pakistan Council for Science and Technology.
Dr. Tahir mentioned that analysis of ultra-filtration (UF), ultra-violet (UV) disinfection, ozonation, and chlorination proved that water chlorination is the most suitable solution for provision of safe drinking water
STAFF REPORT ISB: Mobile broadband users (3G/4G) in the country have reached 27.86 million at end of March 2016, showing a month-over-month growth rate of 6.39 per cent.
All five mobile phone companies added a total of 1.67 million new customers to their 3G/4G networks during month of March, 2016, recently issued statistics by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said.
Mobilink added most number of 3G users as 563,874 of its customers converted to 3G network. Telenor grabbed 477