Tips to take care of your eyes

In the era of technology the usage of computer and internet has increased. With the advancement in technological items people spend most of their times using computer. Spending all day in front of the computer is harmful for your eyes. Following are some steps which will help you take care of your eyes and prevent them from getting hurt.

  • Your screen should be positioned with your eye. Position your chair with an arm’s length between your eye and the screen. The correct placement for the keyboard and other tools is also important.
  • The lighting of the room should be considered as well because your eyes can be damaged with low lighting. Make sure you adjust the brightness and other screen display according to your eye care.
  • People who wear contact lenses it is important for them to choose the correct lenses according to their eye problems.
  • Eyes play an important role in our lives therefore it is important to relax them regularly. An easy way to relax your eyes is to rub your hands until you feel the warmth in your hands and then place them gently on your eyes. Doing this will give you a feeling of rejuvenation.
  • A refreshing way to soothe your eyes is to splash water on your face twice a day. It will repose your eyes and give you a relaxed feeling.
  • Food is the best nutrient for your eyes therefore keep a habit of eating green vegetables and food which contains Vitamin A, C and E. Keep a habit of doing breakfast daily and don’t add junk food in your diet.

Take care of your eyes as they are an essential part of our body.

PCB mulls legal options against BCCI for dishonoring MoU regarding bilateral series

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shahryar Khan reported on Friday that the board has chosen to record a lawful argument against Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for disrespecting the reminder of comprehension marked between the two cricket sheets.

This he said while conversing with media people taking after a PCB leading group of governors’ meeting in Karachi.

Shahryar said that PCB won’t ask before India requesting that it play against Pakistan, “rather we need remuneration for the misfortunes we have endured”.

PCB Executive Committee Chairman NajamSethi, while discussing the misfortunes, said: “PCB has endured lost $200 million since India declined to play the guaranteed arrangement against Pakistan.”

Shahryar added to Sethi’s remarks saying Pakistan did bear the said money related misfortunes as well as the loss of the most anticipated arrangement in cricket field.

“India marked MoU yet did not play any arrangement, so we will request that International Cricket Council repay this misfortune as the MoU was marked in an ICC meeting so they are additionally mindful of the matter,” the PCB boss said.

“We will document a lawful body of evidence against India and will look for pay soon or encourage them to play an arrangement against us,” he kept up.

Chinese firm to begin tidying up Karachi by early February

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah met with chairman Fan Manguao of the ChangyiKangjie Sanitation Group, the firm recently contracted to provide garbage clean-up and disposal services in Karachi, in China on Friday.

During the meeting, the company assured CM Shah that they would start their work in two districts of Karachi by the last week of January.

“[Our] machinery will reach Karachi on January 6 and within 10 days of its arrival, it will be cleared from the port,” said Manguao.

He added that his company will be able to start work most probably by the end of January or the first week of February.

“We will distribute dustbins home to home, and our lifting vehicles will collect them from the [designated] areas,” explained the chairman.

The Sindh government has been struggling to contain Karachi’s garbage emergency. In neighbourhoods across the city, mounds of garbage can be seen steadily piling up, often creating hurdles for foot and vehicular traffic.

There is no reliable data on the amount of solid waste the metropolis generates on a daily basis, though estimates suggest it runs into thousands of tonnes.

Much of the waste ends up in dumps, alleyways and open spaces, where it remains for weeks if not longer. Some of it is burnt in bonfires that are feared to create health and environmental hazards.

MoU to produce electricity from garbage signed

The Sindh government also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a Chinese company to produce electricity from garbage and agricultural waste in Karachi and other parts of Sindh.

The agreement was signed during CM Shah’s visit to the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) in Beijing.

Under the MoU, CSIC and its sister company Dewe Group Holding Co. Ltd (DGHOL) will produce electricity from garbage lifted in Karachi, a spokesman for the Sindh CM told DawnNews.

The Chinese company will also generate power from agricultural waste collected from rural areas of Sindh, he said.

Besides shipbuilding, the CSIC has expertise in producing electricity from garbage. It is also involved in producing wind power, the spokesman said.

The agreement was signed by Sindh Board of Investment Chairperson NaheedMemon, CSIC Vice President Qian Jianping and DGHOL Vice President Ji Yutao.

The two companies will send their experts to Sindh to assess the investment required and decide a way forward.

During the meeting, CM Murad also invited CSIC to initiate a wind power generation project in Sindh. A team from the Chinese company will visit Sindh to look into wind power, the CM’s spokesman said.

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