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Pakistan condemns attack in Afghanistan

Islamabad:Pakistan has strongly condemned the recent attacks in Afghanistan including the one that took place yesterday at a lake side hotel near Kabul resulting in the loss of several precious lives. Spokesman for Foreign Office in a statement issued here on Saturday while condemning these attacks said, “Our thoughts and ... Read More »

Pakistani Students visits Oxford University

Lahore:The 40-member delegation of position-holder Pakistani students, who are currently on a study tour of Europe on the direction of Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif today visited the renowned educational institution of Britain, Oxford University. Senior teachers, well-known researcher Robert Frost and Dr. Sohail Ch. took the position-holder Pakistani ... Read More »

World Drug Report 2011will be launched on 25 June 2012 in Islamabad

Islamabad:United Nation’s Office on Drugs and Crime’s is launching the World Drug Report 2011 at 11:00 on 25 June 2012 at the National Library Auditorium, Islamabad. This event will include a presentation focusing on drug challenges in Pakistan. Mr. Javed Iqbal, Secretary Ministry of Narcotics Control and Major General Malik ... Read More »

Canadian Jews greet new friends from Pakistan, India

Toronto: Forty Moslem and Jewish residents of Toronto took part in a very stimulating Dialogue at a local public library recently. This was the third and largest such forum with a noble aim to bring both communities closer to each other. The two hour meeting involved men and women sitting ... Read More »

The Pakistan Supreme Court “has flouted all canons of Constitutional Jurisprudence”

Justice Markandey Katju, former Justice, Supreme Court of India and presently Chairman, Press Council of India just sent an article about the recent order of the Pakistan Supreme Court declaring that Mr. Gilani is not the Prime Minister. Justice Katju writes, “In my opinion the Pakistan Supreme Court has gone ... Read More »

Pakistani students leave to participate in int’l competition

Islamabad: Two Pakistani students on Thursday left for US to participate in an international competition about environmental issues being held from June 25-29. Students from forty countries will present 657 projects in the Genius Olympiad being organised by State University of New York at Oswego and the Terra Science and ... Read More »

HRCP calls for help to Pakistanis held in Malaysia

Lahore: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has asked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to take immediate steps to extend help to the three Pakistanis being detained in Malaysia under the Internal Security Act. HRCP was informed about these detainees by Mr James Nayagam, a commissioner with the Malaysian Human ... Read More »

Pakistan HC-designate to India Salman Bashir arrives in New Delhi

NEW DELHI: Salman Bashir, High Commissioner-designate of Pakistan to India arrived here on Wednesday. Salman Bashir joined Foreign Service of Pakistan in February 1976. During his distinguished diplomatic career he held important positions in the government, including Foreign Secretary of Pakistan (from May 2008 to March 2012), Ambassador of Pakistan ... Read More »

Pakistan’s envoy to Germany presents credentials to German President

Berlin: Pakistan’s Ambassador to Germany Abdul Basit has presented his credentials to German President Joachim Gauck in an impressive ceremony held at the Presidency, here, last evening. On arrival at Palace Bellevue, the Ambassador was received by the Chief of Protocol and was escorted to the Presentation Hall where he ... Read More »

TTA elements manipulated at hands of NDS

Islamabad: Five persons arrested by Afghan National Security Forces along with a truck laden with ten tons of explosives on April 15 from a check point near Pul-e-Charkhi, Kabul have links with National Directorate of Security (NDS) Afghanistan, revealed investigative reports in this regard. According to these reports, it is ... Read More »

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