Sarwat Fatima

Sarwat is a journalist and DIY enthusiast. She loves writing about Startups and Businesses. She is heading Islamabad and surrounding areas for news coverage.


260  stories by Sarwat Fatima

Satoru Iwata, the man behind success of Nintendo, dies at 55

Satoru Iwata, the president of Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co., Ltd, has died of cancer at the age...

in News
Jul 13 ·>

Government to install tracking anklets on 1600 terrorism suspects

Pakistan’s law enforcement agency will be installing tracking anklets on 1600 people placed on Fourth Schedule (terror suspects) to...

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Jul 12 ·>

9 inspiring Quotes for Pakistani Women to embrace entrepreneurship

We have seen several women entrepreneurs emerged from the Pakistani tech community in the past few years. This might...

Jul 11 ·>

Government websites to be translated into Urdu, orders the Prime Minister

Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, has ordered to make Urdu as an official language for all government communications including national...

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Jul 10 ·>

Convo revamps the web application; adds targeted comments and over 400 integration tools

Convo, a real-time collaboration service, revamped and redesigned its web application from ground up with new features, efficient controls,...

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Jul 8 ·>

Major blackout in Pakistan, Karachi plunges into total darkness

Last night, a 220 KV transmission line suffered a major technical fault at the national grid resulting in a...

in News
Jul 8 ·>

Pakistani Hackers hacked Indian website out of moral responsibility

Pakistani hackers group “Hacked Pak Cyber Attackers” defaced the website of Chhatisgarh National Institute of Technology (NIT) and replaced...

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Jul 3 ·>
Pakistani Hackers Hacked Indian Website

PTCL Blogger’s Meetup: Charji EVO LTE Tab did not meet our expectations

PTCL launched Pakistan’s first 4G Charji EVO LTE Tab at Atrio Cafe and Grill, Islamabad, yesterday. This is the...

Jul 3 ·>

Pakistan Education Department using FBI-certified forensic-quality fingerprint scanners in rural areas

Pakistan Education Department is using world’s smallest and lightest FBI-certified fingerprint scanners to verify the identity of teachers in...

Jul 1 ·>

Passengers can now travel on Etihad Airways with PIA tickets

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has signed a code-sharing agreement with the UAE-based Etihad Airways which will allow passengers to...

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Jun 30 ·>

This Ramadan, teach your kids the story of Islam through an interactive app

Alpha Apps, an Abu-Dhabi based mobile apps developer, launched the first mobile app for children that tells the life...

Jun 29 ·>

Engineering students can take a year off to start their own ventures

The state government of Kerala, India is now allowing engineering students to take a one-year break in order to...

Jun 26 ·>

Internet speeds in Pakistan to reduce significantly in next few days

Internet users in Pakistan will experience slow Internet and disrupted connectivity due to a fault in one of the...

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Jun 25 ·>
Slow connection as a snail