ایگری ہائی ٹیک میلے کا انعقاد چین کے زرعی سائنس ٹیکنالوجی مرکز یانگلنگ میں کیا جائے گا

یانگلنگ، چین، 15 ستمبر 2023ء/سنہوا-ایشیانیٹ/– 30واں چائنا یانگلنگ ایگری ہائی ٹیک میلہ 19 ستمبر کو مغربی چین کے صوبہ شانسی کے زرعی سائنس ٹیک مرکز یانگلنگ سٹی میں شروع ہوگا، جس میں مٹی کی صحت اور غذائی تحفظ پر توجہ مرکوز کی جائے گی۔

100,000مربع میٹر سے زیادہ کے کل نمائشی علاقے کے ساتھ، میلے نے 49 ممالک اور خطوں سے 1،500 سے زیادہ نمائش کنندگان کو اپنی طرف متوجہ کیا ہے. آرگنائزنگ کمیٹی کے مطابق میلے میں سائنس ٹیکنالوجی کی 9 ہزار سے زائد نئی کامیابیاں، زراعت سے متعلق جدید ترین آلات اور سب سے زیادہ عملی نئی زرعی ٹیکنالوجیز کی نمائش کی جائے گی۔

نمائش کنندگان 29 ویں چین یانگلنگ ایگری ہائی ٹیک میلے میں زائرین کو نمائشیں متعارف کرا رہے ہیں۔ زائرین ایس سی او ممالک کے زرعی نمائش کے علاقے میں خصوصی زرعی مصنوعات کے بارے میں سیکھتے ہیں۔

پانچ روزہ ایونٹ کے دوران 11 سرگرمیاں بھی منعقد کی جائیں گی جن میں گلوبل سوائل ہیلتھ فورم 2023 اور چین وسطی ایشیا کے وزرائے زراعت کا اجلاس شامل ہیں۔

امریکہ، آسٹریلیا، کرغزستان، کولمبیا اور دیگر ممالک کے ماہرین مٹی کی صحت کے تحفظ اور عالمی چیلنجوں سے نمٹنے کی مشترکہ کوششوں میں مٹی کی صحت کے شعبے میں پالیسیوں، ٹیکنالوجیز اور تجربات کا تبادلہ کریں گے۔

زرعی ہائی ٹیک میلہ پہلی بار ازبکستان میں شنگھائی تعاون تنظیم کے زرعی بیس کے چائنا شانسی کموڈٹی ایگزیبیشن اینڈ ٹریڈنگ سینٹر میں نمائشی علاقہ قائم کرکے بیرون ملک بھی جائے گا، جس میں زرعی ٹیکنالوجی اور خصوصی زرعی مصنوعات، زرعی مشینری اور آلات اور بائیو میڈیسن کی نمائش کی جائے گی۔

دنیا بھر سے لوگ آن لائن نمائش، لائیو اسٹریمنگ، آن لائن مذاکرات، مینجمنٹ سروسز اور پروموشن جیسی سرگرمیاں ڈیجیٹل فارمیٹس جیسے ریت کے ٹیبلز اور وی آر نمائش ہال کے تھری ڈی ورچوئل ٹور کو بھی انجام دے سکتے ہیں۔

چائنا یانگلنگ ایگری ہائی ٹیک میلہ ، 1994 میں قائم کیا گیا تھا اور چین میں سب سے بڑی اور سب سے زیادہ بااثر جامع زرعی سائنس ٹیک نمائشوں میں سے ایک ہے۔

گزشتہ 30 سالوں میں ، اس نے دنیا بھر کے 70 سے زیادہ ممالک اور خطوں سے زراعت سے متعلق ہزاروں کاروباری اداروں اور سائنسی اور تعلیمی اداروں اور 33 ملین سے زیادہ شرکاء کو اپنی طرف متوجہ کیا ہے۔

میلے میں 180,000 سے زیادہ منصوبوں اور مصنوعات کی نمائش دیکھی گئی ہے ، اور 12،600 سے زیادہ سائنس ٹیک کامیابیوں اور پیٹنٹس کی اشاعت دیکھی گئی ہے ، جس میں مجموعی سرمایہ کاری اور لین دین کا حجم 1 ٹریلین یوآن سے زیادہ ہے۔

ماخذ: چین کی آرگنائزنگ کمیٹی یانگلنگ زرعی ہائی ٹیک میلے

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Pakistan Navy’s New Patrol Vessel, PNS Hunain, Splashes Into Action

The Damen Shipyards Galati launched the PNS Hunain, a patrol ship, into the sea on 12 September 2023, in a ceremony held in Romania.

This vessel is a part of the Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) 2600 series that Damen has been manufacturing for the Pakistan Navy.

Also, it is not their first rodeo either, it successfully delivered two similar ships, PNS Yarmook and PNS Tabuk, back in 2020.

The event was attended by a number of dignitaries, including Pakistan’s Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi. Other attendees included key players from the Pakistan Navy, members of the Romanian Government, Navy officials, the Pakistani community living in Romania, and the Damen team.

At the event, the Admiral highly commended Damen and was particularly impressed with how quickly it built the PNS Hunain.

The Admiral also emphasized the critical role that this ship would play. It is not simply about displaying naval might, it is also about ensuring the safety of trade routes in the Indian Ocean and the stability of the region, he remarked.

Marc van Heyningen, the head of Damen’s operations, expressed his gratitude. He thanked the Admiral for attending the event and recalled the long-standing relationship between Damen and the Pakistan Navy.

Stephan Stout, Damen’s Regional Sales Director, expressed his delight, saying that the launch of this ship is a moment of pride for everyone involved.

Source: Pro Pakistani

Youth Activist Wins Prestigious Award as Climate Change Takes Center Stage

The SDGs Academy recently acknowledged the outstanding contributions of young individuals committed to combatting climate change. These creative and innovative minds received accolades at the National Youth Policy Dialogue, an event organized in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, COMSATS University, and the International Human Rights Commission.

Climate change and extreme weather events are posing global threats to humanity. Pakistan, in particular, has experienced devastating floods and fatal heatwaves in recent years, underscoring the urgency of addressing climate-related issues.

To address this pressing challenge, both the government and private sector, in collaboration with non-profit organizations, are actively engaged in climate mitigation efforts.

The National Youth Policy Dialogue is a significant initiative driven by the private sector and NGOs dedicated to mitigating environmental and climate impacts.

This platform brought together students from schools and colleges across Pakistan and Gilgit Baltistan, inspiring them to develop innovative and actionable solutions to foster a greener and cleaner country.

Among the standout participants was Aneeqa Bashir, recognized for her remarkable work in preserving Pakistan’s green heritage. She embarked on a mission to document and protect 50 and 100 – year-old trees by marking them as national green heritage. Her commitment extends to managing websites like Agreenerpakistan.org and projectbanyantrees.com, aimed at raising awareness about preserving green heritage.

In her upcoming project, Aneeqa is collaborating with a local bank to address water waste management and combat water pollution, further demonstrating her dedication to environmental sustainability.

The Air Quality Life Index (AQLI) report, released by an agency affiliated with the University of Chicago, alarmingly states that 98% of Pakistanis are breathing air laden with dangerous particulate pollution. This pollution ranks as the second leading cause of death in the country, following heart disease. The report also highlights the association between particulate pollution and throat and lung cancer.

Experts emphasize the immediate need for global action against climate change. Factors such as outdated transportation systems, industrial and agricultural waste emissions, rampant construction on fertile lands, and deforestation for hospitality and residential projects are wreaking havoc on the environment.

In Pakistan, where healthcare resources are limited, addressing the growing health concerns related to climate change and environmental pollution has become increasingly challenging. However, the recognition and support for young environmental activists like Aneeqa Bashir signal a hopeful path forward in the battle against climate change and its detrimental effects on health and the environment.

Source: Pro Pakistani

Lahore Qalandars Expand Player Development Program to UK

Lahore Qalandars, following their successful partnership with Durban Qalandars, have now teamed up with Yorkshire County in their latest initiative to unearth new talent.

The collaboration aims to host open trials for the Player Development Program, scheduled for October 1 at the recently renovated Park Avenue Bradford Cricket Ground.

In an inclusive move, both male and female players over the age of 18 are invited to showcase their talent and skills at the trials and find their way to professional cricket.

Standout performers from these trials will earn an opportunity to hone their abilities at the state-of-the-art High-Performance Centre in Lahore with Lahore Qalandars.

This latest initiative in the United Kingdom follows the successful player development program conducted by two-time PSL champions in Zimbabwe.

Recently, eight exceptionally talented players from the Zimbabwean program touched down in Lahore to train at the High-Performance Centre with Lahore Qalandars.

The owner of Lahore Qalandars, Sameen Rana, stated, “After witnessing the fruitful results in Pakistan and Zimbabwe, we are elated to introduce the program in the UK.”

Darren Gough, MD of Yorkshire Cricket, expressed enthusiasm about the upcoming trials, saying that the partnership with Lahore Qalandars is truly promising.

Source: Pro Pakistani

Usama Mir Disappointed with Fickle Support of Pakistani Fans

Star leg-spinner, Usama Mir has expressed his dismay at the fickle nature of support from cricket fans following a heartbreaking two-wicket defeat against Sri Lanka.

After the match, the 27-year-old expressed gratitude for the unwavering support of fans during successful stints, saying, “Your support, wherever we are, is invaluable.”

However, Usama Mir expressed disappointment over the transient backing of fans and stated that during a rough patch, players need support more than ever.

Usama Mir candidly addressed the recent rumors about the inclusion of vice-captain, Shadab Khan, in the playing XI despite his recent form, dismissing them as nonsense.

The leg-spinner further added that every single player in the national squad trains with utmost dedication and strives to give 100 percent in the match.

Reflecting on his own journey, Usama recalled his meteoric rise post-debut, with commendable performances across various leagues, including the Pakistan Super League.

Usama Mir made an earnest request to cricket fans, urging them to temper their criticisms, recognizing the profound impact it has on the morale of the national players.

Source: Pro Pakistani

Pakistan Football Team Climbs FIFA World Rankings

The position of the Pakistan national football team has improved in the latest FIFA World rankings, despite their inability to secure a single victory in recent events.

Back in June, the national team fell out of the top 200 in the FIFA rankings due to poor performances at the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship.

Meanwhile, the Men in Green have now improved their position in the World rankings from 201 to 196. Before the SAFF Championship, Pakistan was ranked 195.

It is worth mentioning that the national team recently participated in the four-nation Cup in Mauritius before competing in the SAFF Championship in India.

Pakistan lost three games against Maldives, Mauritius, and Kenya in the four-nation Cup, conceding six goals in three matches and failing to score any.

The performance of the Green Shirts in the 2023 SAFF Championship was also unsatisfactory, as they were unable to secure a single victory in the prestigious event.

Pakistan concluded their campaign at the bottom of the Group A points table, failing to score a single goal in three matches and conceding nine in the process.

Even with the inclusion of international players like Otis Khan and Easah Suliman, Pakistan’s disappointing performance in international matches could not be halted.

Source: Pro Pakistani