Lahore: A delegation of Turk company OZPAK led by Mr. Mohibi met Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif here today. Member National Assembly Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Member Provincial Assembly Mehr Ishtiaq, Chairman LTC Khawaja Ahmad Hasaan, Managing Director Lahore Solid Waste Management, Chief Executive Officer LTC, Regional Director Pak-Turk Foundation ... Read More »
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Lahore : UK’s High Commissioner to Pakistan Thomas Drew called on the Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad...
Lahore : A group of 104 Hindu yatrees (pilgrims) arrived here on Sunday on a 10-day visit through Wa...
Lahore : Turkish ambassador Sadiq Babur Gargon called upon Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sh...
Ankara : As part of the series of events to commemorate the 70 years of the establishment of Pakista...
Ottawa : Canadian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen assures to speed up visa processing for Pakistan...
Lahore: in Lahore Nina Maria Fite visited Jamia Naeemia on Tuesday. Peter Alene Alice was also accompanying her. As per the US Consulate, it was an informal visit. She visited different sections of Jamia Naeemia and appreciated the services of the institution in provision of quality education. According to a ... Read More »
Islamabad: Board of Investment (BOI), Government of Pakistan and Concentrix Solar Company of Korea Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to construct a 300 MW Solar Energy Plant near Quetta, Balochistan.The MoU was signed by M. Saleem Mandviwala, Chairman Board of Investment from Pakistan side and Dr. Choi Moon-Sok, ... Read More »
Islamabad:Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf on Wednesday said Pakistan and the Netherlands enjoy friendly and cooperative relations and the democratic government in Pakistan is committed to working closely with the Netherlands to further strengthen our bilateral cooperation. The Prime Minister expressed these views while talking to Pakistan’s Ambassador-designate to Netherlands, ... Read More »
Lahore:President Pakistan Muslim League-N Muhammad Nawaz Sharif hosted an Iftar dinner in honour of ambassadors of Muslim and Western countries at Murree today. Ambassadors, diplomats and their wives attended the Iftar dinner. Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, Members Parliament Raja Zafar-ul-Haq, Ishaq Dar, Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, Pervaiz Rashid, Ahsan ... Read More »
After reading and watching helplessly the recent massacre of minority Burmese Muslims by the Buddhist majority, let not another hypocrite sing that phoney and repugnant ‘song’ about Buddhists being “peaceful.” In June 2012, hundreds Burmese Muslims have been butchered, and many more injured and made homeless in Burma as a ... Read More »
Islamabad:The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) today agreed to work together to produce a new assessment of food security and nutrition in Pakistan. Under the agreement, outlined in a Memorandum of Understanding signed by WFP Pakistan Deputy Country Director and officer-in-charge Mageed ... Read More »
Lahore:Chairman Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf Imran Khan has strongly condemned reported atrocities committed against the Rohingya Muslim community in Myanmar. In a statement issued in response to local and international media reports suggesting widespread killings of Muslims, he said that persecution of a particular community in such manner is blatant ... Read More »
Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and her Indian counterpart SM Krishna will meet in September. Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna will undertake a three-day visit to Pakistan from September 7 to review the second round of the bilateral dialogue process with his counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar. According to Indian ... Read More »
In several articles appeared in the local and international press concerning difficulties encountered in polio eradication in Pakista, it is wrongly indicated that Dr Shakeel Afridi used polio vaccination to track down Osama Bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan. These baseless information have damaged the on-going vaccination campaigns and WHO would ... Read More »