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The Five Tools Everyone in Real Estate should be Using

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SEPTEMBER 16, 2014: As technology continues to evolve, the tools necessary for success in the real estate industry have developed. Today’s real estate agents, developers, buyers and sellers must take advantages of the innovative apps, devices and technology available to support the house rental and selling process.

Pakistan’s best real estate marketplace Lamudi.pk, has explored the five tools essential to success in the current property market.

1. Portable scanner

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A big danger by a tiny creature

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Surely you have listened a sentence about mosquitoes as, “they sing songs in the sleeping person’s ear”, but actually mosquito is not a singer. That is actually, shouting at that time, saying that she has come to put the life of her victim by injecting the pathogen into the victim’s blood. There are different receptors present in mosquito’s antennae and head which are used in the detection of human scents up to 100 feet away. Study has shown that 72 acute receptors are found in the antennae of the mosquitoes and almost 27 of them are used for detecting the chemicals which are found in perspiration. Detected scents act as primary indicators which mosquitoes follow to identify their prey Read More

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Inaugural ceremony of IEEE HIET Student Branch Session

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May 30, 2014
The IEEE HIET Student Branch has recently organized the inaugural ceremony of IEEE HIET Student Branch Session 2014 for the formal transition of new organizing committee from the previous year. The ceremony was arranged to do the honours and branch members interaction. The welcome speech was delivered by newly elected Chairman of IEEE HIET Student Branch, Waleed Bin Sohail. He welcomed all new IEEE members and the worthy guests. After that Sohail Sarang, formerandnbsp; Chairman, reviewed the branch activities performed in year – 2013.
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Renewable, sustainable solutions to energy crisis

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God has blessed Pakistan with diverse climatic conditions, natural resources and unique flora and fauna. It is the sixth most populous country of the world with a high number of available manpower. Flora of Pakistan is rich with more than 6000 higher plant species; of which more than 600 plant species are highly medicinal. Pakistan is ranked 7th in the world and 1st in Asia for possessing lignitic coal reserves. It has the world’s best canal system and more than 34.09 per cent of the total land is used for agriculture purposes. The soil, topography and climat Read More

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Antibiotics resistance: A global threat!

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Antibiotics is one of the powerful weapons used to cope with bacteria. The word antibiotics is a Greek word, anti means against and bios means life so antibiotics are against life (specifically bacteria killing drugs). Syphilis, tuberculosis, pneumon…

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Improving fertilizer use efficiency to reduce losses and enhance crop productivity

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The Fertilizer Use Efficiency (FUE) is defined as the amount of grains (yield) produced per kilogram of fertilizer applied. The rate of growth of agriculture in its broad coverage of crop production is much below the national growth rate….

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Walnuts is gold of Pakistan

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Walnut belongs to the family Juglandaceae and genus Juglans. The family consists of about 60 species, 21 of which are placed in the genus Juglans. Walnut tree is medium to large with spreading crown. Nuts are borne singly or in clusters and a gree…

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A synthetic way of producing oxygen in outer space

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The recent advancement in the field of technology has paved the foundation for infusing life into non-living things. Julian Melchiorri, a graduate of the Royal College of Art, claims to have developed a silk leaf that could create oxygen f…

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