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Hina stresses to follow the founding principles of NAM

Tehran: Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar on Tuesday (Non-Aligned Movement) based on peaceful co-existence, respect for human rights, and territorial integrity of all states to ensure enduring peace and development in the world. In her statement at the NAM ministerial meeting’s interactive debate on ‘Lasting peace through joint global governance’, ... Read More »

Earthquake claims 153 lives in Iran

Tehran: Atleast 153 people died while more than 600 hurt as heavy earthquake hit northwest Iran on Saturday. As per details, two strong earthquakes hit northwest Iran in quick succession, cutting communications and sending panicked residents into flight, officials said. The temblors, which struck near the city of Tabriz, home ... Read More »

Hindu families migration is alarming:HRCP

Lahore: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has expressed alarm and a strong sense of outrage at the continued exodus of religious minority communities from Sindh and Balochistan and said that the state has consistently failed to allay the concerns of these communities despite repeated reminders by the civil ... Read More »

Turkey-Pakistan holds consultations on regional situation

Ankara: Miniter of State for Foreign Affairs of Pakistan Nawabzada Malik Amad Khan in a meeting with Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Mr. Naci Kuru here today said Pakistan desire long term peace and stability in the Middle East. Malik Amad is visiting Turkey as special envoy of the President of ... Read More »

Illegal jailing of Pakistani should be stopped:Indian Supreme Court orders

Indian SC has ordered that illegal jailing of Pakistan nationals should be stopped. If the nationality of Pakistani prisoners in India is not confirmed by the Pakistani government, there is little India can do for their repatriation, the Supreme Court said while hearing the case of sending back 29 prisoners ... Read More »

Korea to give 37million dollar grant for water Treatment project

Lahore: Despite, Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) is providing 4.0 million US dollars grant aid to Government of the Punjab Housing Urban Development & Public Health Engineering Department for provision of Wastewater Treatment Facility in Tehsil Pattoki, District Kasur. The Provincial Secretary Sohail Amir kept the Korean delegation in waiting ... Read More »

Death of USAID Officer in Afghanistan

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has said that the United States strongly condemns the suicide attack yesterday in Kunar province, Afghanistan, that killed USAID Foreign Service Officer Ragaei Abdelfattah, three ISAF service members and an Afghan civilian, and injured a State Department Foreign Service officer. On behalf of President ... Read More »

Turk delegation meets Shahbaz Sharif

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 »

US Consul General visits Jamia Naeemia

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 »

Pakistan to establish Solar Energy Plant near Quetta

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 »

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