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The climate change can be controlled by planting more and more trees: Scientists

Lahore : Scientists at an international conference have said that the climate change being a global phenomenon can be controlled to some extent by planting more and more trees and conserving the existing biodiversity using latest methods. This was stated in the concluding session of the first international conference on ... Read More »

DG ANF and US Consul General calls on CM Punjab

Lahore : US Consul General Ms. Elizabeth Kennedy Trudeau and Director General Anti-Narcotics Force Maj. Gen. Musarrat Nawaz Malik called on Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, here today. During the meeting with DG ANF different matters of mutual interest including the commitment to continue the effective steps for the ... Read More »

PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi held a meeting with Russian counterpart

Sochi : Bilateral Meeting between the Prime Ministers of Pakistan and the Russian Federation. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi held a bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation H.E. Dmitry Medvedev in Sochi today. The Prime Minister conveyed greetings from the people of Pakistan. Both the leaders ... Read More »

A Chinese delegation visits Punjab University

Lahore :  A Chinese delegation called on Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir in the committee room of his office on Wednesday. The delegation headed by Vice President / Secretary of the Party Committee National Food Quality Supervision and Inspection Centre (Cloud Technology and Application) Guiyang City, ... Read More »

Turkey contributing to development of Pakistan: Prof Mesut Ozcan

Lahore : Turkey is contributing to the development of Pakistan through a number of initiatives and projects undertaken by the Turkish companies in Pakistan. Speaking as chief guest, Chairman of Centre for Strategic Research and Director of Diplomacy Academy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Turkey Prof Mesut Ozcan ... Read More »

Canada denounces migrant slave trade in Libya

Ottawa : The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau has condemned the migrant slave trade taking place in Libya. The targeting of desperate migrants from Africa – vulnerable children, women, and men struggling to find a home and a place of rest – is abhorrent and despicable. In a statement Prime Minister, Justin ... Read More »

USAID is committed to end gender-based violence in Pakistan : Elizabeth Trudeau

Lahore : Elizabeth Kennedy Trudeau, Consul General USAID said that there’s no doubt that we all live under the threat of violence, including the men and boys who are also victims. But the sad fact is, girls and women are most often the victims. She emphasized that through education, girls ... Read More »

CREEC team visit to Railways HQ , meet CEO Humayun Rashid

Lahore : Chinese Railway Eryuan Corporation (CREEC) team headed by its Vice President Mr Xhao met CEO Pakistan Railways Humayun Rashid and leader CPEC project Pakistan Railways, Ashfaq Khattak and other concerned officers on realization of up gradation of ML-I rail track from Karachi to Peshawar. Pakistan Railways has been ... Read More »

UK’S HIGH COMMISSIONER CALLED ON CM PUNJAB

Lahore : UK’s High Commissioner to Pakistan Thomas Drew called on the Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, here today. During the meeting, different matters of mutual interest including promotion of the Pak-UK relations and expansion in bilateral relations in different sectors came under discussion. On the occasion, the British High ... Read More »

Hindu yatrees arrive in Pakistan on 10-day visit

Lahore : A group of 104 Hindu yatrees (pilgrims) arrived here on Sunday on a 10-day visit through Wagha Border to participate in the ceremony of 309th birth anniversary of Guru Saant Shadharam at Shadhani Darbar in Hayat Pitafi, Mirpur Mathelo (Sindh). Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) officials received them ... Read More »

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