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DCC decides to reopen Ground Lines of Communication

Lahore:The Defence Committee of the Cabinet (DCC) which met under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf decided to reopen the Ground Lines of Communication through Pakistani territory to and from Afghanistan to facilitate the transition and the subsequent transformation process in that country. The DCC also decided that ... Read More »

Pakistan opens NATO supply route as US apologises

Pakistan on Tuesday night announced to reopen route for NATO supply to Afghanistan after United States apologised for killing of its 24 troops in an attack on Salala check post on November 26, 2011.Briefing newsmen after meeting of Defence Committee of the Cabinet (DCC), Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar ... Read More »

PM greets Obama on US Independence Day

Islamabad:On behalf of the Government, the people of Pakistan and on his own behalf, Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has conveyed his greetings to US President Barack H. Obama on the US Independence Day falling on Wednesday(today).In his message the Prime Minister said, “I would like to convey our warmest ... Read More »

Pakistani student bags silver medal in international competition

Islamabad:A Pakistani student has won silver media in an international competition about environmental issues held at State University of New York (SUNY) at Oswego. Students from forty countries presented 657 projects in the Genius Olympiad where the Shadab Rasool Buriro from Khairpur, Sindh stood second to win silver medal. Another ... Read More »

Pakistani students visit Manchester Metropolitan University in UK.

london:Pakistani top position holder students, on the study tour of Europe has visited Manchester Metropolitan University in UK. Miss Susan received the students and conducted them various departments of university. A briefing was also given to the students about the university. Manchester Metropolitan is famous for auto mobile engineering and ... Read More »

Iran is capable of hitting Israel

Tehran:Iran has successfully tested medium-range missiles capable of hitting Israel in response to threats of military action against the country, Iranian media reported. Israel says it could attack Iran if diplomacy fails to force it to halt its disputed nuclear energy program. The United States also has military force as ... Read More »

Pakistani students visit University of Leads

London:Pakistani top position holder students, visiting Europe on the instructions of Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, visited University of Leads. The students are in Britain in the first phase of their visit to Europe. Incharge International Office of Leads University, Mr. Clair Firsten received the students and gave them ... Read More »

UN issues message on the International Day against drugs abuse

Islamabad:Drug abuse and illicit trafficking continue to have a profoundly negative impact on development and stability across the world. The billions of dollars generated from illicit drugs fuel terrorist activities and abet other crimes such as human trafficking and the smuggling of arms and people. Illicit drugs and related criminal ... Read More »

Pakistani students visit Queen Mary University

London:The 40-member delegation of top position holder Pakistani students which is on a visit to Europe on the instructions of Chief Minister Punjab, visited Queen Mary University London and Natural History Museum London the other day. Prof. Lee received the delegation and conducted students to various sections of the university. ... Read More »

China greets Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf

Islamabad:China Monday congratulated Raja Pervaiz Ashraf on assuming office of the Prime Minister of Pakistan and assured to continue all weather partnership with its south Asian neighbour. “China congratulates Raja Pervaiz Ashraf as Prime Minister of Pakistan”, said foreign office spokesman Hong Lei while responding to a question at a ... Read More »

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