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City government launches Safe Charity Campaign

Lahore : Leading business persons and city government officials on Tuesday launched a Safe Charity Campaign to share a message with the general public that they must use their charity carefully and with all responsibility so that their donations couldn’t be used against the country. The Lahore Chamber of Commerce ... Read More »

Pakistan-Ghana cooperation increasing : Honorary Consul General

Lahore : Honorary Consul General of Ghana in Pakistan Dr. Shahid Rasheed Butt has said that bilateral relations between Ghana and Pakistan are getting better while cooperation in various fields is increasing. He said that many Pakistani companies have started business with Ghana where the investment policies are as good ... Read More »

Drama and mime competitions start at Alhamra Cultural Complex

Lahore : Two days drama and mime competitions have started at Alhamra Cultural Complex under the aegis of Provincial Information & Culture Department which are being participated by the students of 10 prominent universities of the province. On first day of the competition, groups of male and female students of ... Read More »

Dr. S. M. Junaid Zaidi appointed as Executive Director COMSATS

Lahore : In recognition of decades long dedicated contribution in science & technology and higher education sectors, Dr. S. M. Junaid Zaidi has been appointed as Executive Director Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS) headquarter. A summary sent by Federal Ministry of Science & Technology regarding the ... Read More »

NAVTTC organized a job fair at expo centre

Lahore: National Vocational & Technical Training Commission organized a provincial level Youth Skill Competition at Expo Center Lahore. National Youth Skill Show and Job Fair was attended by thousands of students, industrialists and citizens. Names of the winners of the trades like computer applications, computer graphics, civil Surveyors, dress Making, ... Read More »

Women struggle will continue for just, peace and equality: Nigar Ahmed

Lahore: Women struggle will continue for just, peace and equality. February 12th marks the 32nd anniversary of the momentous challenge to General Zia Ul Haq’s military government and his ‘Islamization’ process. On the 12th of February 1983, women in Lahore broke the deafening public silence against the military regime by protesting on ... Read More »

Depression can push unemployed youth toward crime: Zulfiqar Cheema

Lahore: Depression can push unemployed youth toward crime . Training in difference skills is the only way to keep youth away from crime. Skilled worker can bring prosperity in land. We have broad improvement in training as per international standard. Students are trained only in those trade that have good ... Read More »

COP21 Summit on climate can be a catalyst for the change of civilization:Dr Ijaz Hussain

Lahore: The upcoming United Nations Summit (COP21) on climate can be a catalyst for change for the future of human civilization and it is time to rise to the occasion to address the multifaceted and manifold challenges. This was expressed by experts, academia and civil society activists in an interuniversity ... Read More »

US-Pak Education Commitment Unshakeable: US Cultural Attaché, Judith Ravin

Lahore : US Embassy’s Cultural Attaché, Judith Ravin, has urged the Pakistani students to avail the opportunities for U.S. higher education, being offered by the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP), saying that student exchange programs play pivotal role to promote understanding and bilateral relations between the people of ... Read More »

76 Young Pakistani Professionals to Study at U.S. Community Colleges

Lahore: A senior U.S. Official has said that Pakistani students must have good knowledge of their own culture to represent positive picture of Pakistan while studying in the United States, disclosing that so far, 318 Pakistani students have participated in the U.S. government-funded Community College Initiative Program (CCIP). The one-year, ... Read More »

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