Cotton fibers have been found in Tel Tsaf, a site in the Near East, dating back to around 7,000 years ago. The researchers believe that the cotton originated from the Indus Valley (present day Sindh, Pakistan), though they do not rule out the possibility of an African origin. The researchers suggest that the cotton may have been brought to Tel Tsaf through trading. The earliest known evidence of cotton’s use is from the Pre-Pottery Neolithic period at the Mehrgarh burial site in Pakistan, where cotton threads were used to string copper beads around 8,500 to 7,500 years ago. The earliest known cotton fabric is a fragment of cloth found at Mohenjo-Daro, also in Sindh, Pakistan, dating back to around 5,000 to 4,750 years ago.
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Marx’s foresight was right!
Marx argued that capitalism is inherently chaotic and crisis-prone, with a constant drive for profits leading to mechanization and the exploitation of workers. He also believed that capitalism’s focus on creating and satisfying arbitrary desires would lead to a society driven by a constant need for more and more products, even if they are not truly necessary. In addition, Marx predicted that capitalism would lead to globalization, with companies searching for new markets and cheap labor around the world, and the concentration of market power in large monopoly firms. He also believed that capitalism would lead to increasing inequality and the alienation of individuals from the work they do and the products they produce. While Marx was wrong about some aspects of capitalism, his analysis correctly predicted several aspects of contemporary capitalism.
Fiverr: A freelancing platform
Fiverr is a freelancing platform that connects businesses and entrepreneurs with freelancers who offer a wide range of services such as writing, graphic design, video editing, and more.
Fiverr is an online marketplace that allows businesses and individuals to find and hire freelance talent for various tasks and projects. It is a convenient platform for businesses and entrepreneurs who need to outsource certain tasks, as it allows them to easily find and hire professionals with the specific skills and experience they need. Freelancers on Fiverr can offer a wide range of services, including content creation, digital marketing, video editing, and more.
Search Engine Optimization
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of a website or web page in a search engine’s unpaid results. This is achieved through a combination of on-page and off-page techniques that help to improve the ranking of a website or web page in search engine results pages (SERPs).Continue reading Search Engine Optimization
E-commerce, refers to the buying and selling of goods and services over the internet. It has become an increasingly popular way for businesses and consumers to interact, thanks to the convenience and accessibility of the internet. E-commerce allows businesses to reach a wider audience and sell their products and services to customers around the world. It also allows consumers to shop from the comfort of their own homes, compare prices, and make purchases quickly and easily. Some common examples of e-commerce include online retail stores, virtual marketplaces, and subscription-based services. The rapid growth of e-commerce has had a major impact on the global economy, and is expected to continue to expand in the coming years.
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Chinese tech giant Alibaba breaks into Pakistani market by acquiring Daraz
China’s biggest e-commerce company, Alibaba Group, broke into the Pakistani market on Tuesday by fully acquiring the Daraz Group.
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One belt One Road – China makes Pakistan an offer it cannot refuse
MOVE OVER, DUBAI. Some day soon, cruise ships will disgorge frolicking pensioners not by the palm-fringed Persian Gulf but on the balmy Pakistan Riviera. From the muddy delta of the Indus to the barren Baloch coast, a twinkling constellation of attractions is set to rise: luxury hotels, water parks, golf courses, health spas, yacht harbours, night clubs, the works.
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