Another achievement to Pakistan- Mubashir Husain Rehmani, a Pakistani scientist, has been selected among the top 1% of the most persuasive researchers in computer science for the second year in a row.
Assembled by Clarivate Analytics, the ranking underscores researchers having noteworthy inspiration in their chosen field from the publication of cited papers during the last decade.
The work of Mubashir Rehmani focuses on blockchain, wireless networks, cognitive radio networks, and software-defined networks.
Moreover, he has carved over 100 peer-reviewed articles, from which 12 were amongst the highly-cited articles by Clarivate.
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He has done graduation from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, and now is serving as an assistant lecturer at Munster Technological University, Ireland.
Annually, Clarivate collects a list of exceedingly cited researchers all over the world, emphasizing the top 1% of scientists by citations.
This year, the list presents 31 researchers in Ireland who exercise substantial inspiration in their grounds.
Moreover, the Ministry of Foreign Office (MoFA) condemned RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s current statement in which he baptized for the “undoing” of the 1947 Partition.
According to the statement issued, “Pakistan has repeatedly highlighted the threat posed to regional peace and stability by the toxic mix of the extremist ‘Hindutva’ ideology (Hindu Rashtra) and expansionist foreign policy (Akhand Bharat) being pursued by the ruling RSS-BJP dispensation in India.”
“The world is witness to the systematic usurpation of the rights of minorities, especially Muslims, in India and the unabated repression of Kashmiris in IIOJK. The reckless misadventures of India, including in February 2019, that seriously imperiled regional peace and stability are also in front of the world,” the statement added.
Pakistan has consistently opposed India’s dominant impulses and revealed a secure resolution to thwart any violent designs.
“While committed to peace, the people and armed forces of Pakistan are fully capable of defending the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country,” Foreign Office remarked.