Why Pakistan abandoned its Nobel laureate
The two-room bungalow, the birth place of Pakistan's only Nobel laureate, today stands empty, testament to the indifference, bigotry and prejudice surrounding the country's greatest scientist.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Suria.
#1 Jul 30, 2012
Not Silent, this news intend to only divide the Nation but get failed miserably as this not the case - He is regular part of Course Books since Secondary Classes started he is awarded with highest civil Award that only few like him deserves, i am a Proud Pakistani to belong to a nation who have people like these yes its unfortunate to hear this that his birthplace home can't get Government attention and am thankful for this newspaper to bring this into knowledge - We at hurriedly deciding to restore the place and open it for general public as Gift... for that i am requesting sincere Pakistani People to Come forward and if Government not doing it we will make it utter beauty like it was 50 years back
Add your comments below
|Canadian scientist and educator Ursula Franklin...||3 hr||hydro||1|
|Speed Of Light May Not Be Constant After All, P... (May '13)||21 hr||nakayama||88|
|Equivalence Principle & Elevator (Nov '13)||Jul 19||nakayama||13|
|New pear-shaped nucleus could ruin timea||Jul 4||CERN||1|
|Gravitational Mass and Inertial Mass (Jun '14)||Jul 3||nakayama||12|
|Where is Lorenz contraction ? (Dec '15)||Jun '16||nakayama||51|
|Science Shock: Electromagnetic fields from mobi... (Jan '16)||Jun '16||Johan||2|
Find what you want!
Search Physics Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC