Monthly Archives: July 2017

Who is mysteriously supplying weapons to ISIS in Afghanistan?

Originally posted on CRSS Blog:
Image Source: www.embrussia.ru In a interesting turn of events, the Russian foreign ministry recently claimed that there were reports of ‘unidentified’ helicopters supplying arms to ISIS in Afghanistan, soon before the group captured a strategic part…

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Large Scale Integration of Renewables in Pakistan a Possible Option

Originally posted on Saadia Qayyum:
Energy generated by intermittent renewable sources (solar and wind) is vulnerable to large fluctuations, as their force and occurrence at a defined site cannot be controlled. Un-forecasted solar and wind power fluctuations can therefore increase…

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No Improvement in the Performance of DISCOs

Originally posted on Saadia Qayyum:
The average distribution losses in Pakistan are 20% as none of the electricity distribution companies (DISCOs) are performing up to the mark in terms of performance criteria defined by the regulatory authority. These include both…

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The Myth of Marriage and Pukirev’s ‘Unequal Marriage’

Originally posted on Angry on Fridays:
I was innocently searching for portraits of young Queen Victoria in floral headdresses (don’t ask), when I came across this painting on a blog called Wedding Clan: All About Wedding. The Unequal Marriage (1862) by Vasily…

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