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Technology Times celebrates 4th anniversary.

Byline: STAFF REPORT

ISLAMABAD -- While reiterating its resolve to explore more horizons especially in the fields of science and technology, IT, agriculture and environment, science education, the Technology Times, the Pakistan's first newspaper of its kind covering these specific areas, has celebrated its fourth anniversary in Islamabad.

A cake-cutting ceremony was held on the premises of the publication to celebrate the anniversary, which was attended by all the staff members along with Editor of the newspaper, Sayyed Ali Mustafa Paras.

Congratulating his staff members on this auspicious day, Sayyed Paras Ali said that it is a point of encouragement that their publication is widely popular especially in educational institutions, government as well as private organizations, stakeholders, S and T departments and institutes across the country.

He pledged his commitment that they would continue to make their publication more effective by highlighting the achievements done by the Pakistani professionals and budding scholars as well as students.

On the occasion, he also disclosed that they are going to launch beta version of TechTV.pk, a web-based TV channel and also enjoys the status of being the first of S and T channel of the third world countries.

Renowned personalities including Chairman PINSAT, Dr. N.M. Butt, ECO Science Foundation President Dr. Manzoor H. Soomro, COMSATS Executive Director Imtinan E. Qureshi, PCST Chairperson Dr. Mudassar Asrar, extended their felicitations.

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